Board the luxurious Crystal Cruises Serenity for a Canada/New England Regional-at-Sea at the perfect time of year when nature boasts a display of regal colors. Our ACBL tournaments sell out quickly and this cruise will be no exception. To join the fun: 888-232-6941.
Larry Cohen is ranked as one of the Top 10 Living Most Influential Bridge Personalities and in 2011 he was named ACBL Honorary Member of the Year. He has been dedicated to the game since earning his Life Master rating at 17. Larry finds teaching and writing just as important as competing: he is author of numerous articles, best-selling bridge books and CDs (To Bid or Not to Bid, Following the LAW, and more) and lectures worldwide.
The Regional is fully sanctioned by the ACBL and, in addition to tournament play, bridge champion and popular teacher Larry Cohen will be holding court with his informative lectures—guaranteed to improve your game and give you miles of enjoyment!
Join us and earn Gold Points!
Online Partnership Desk
ACBL members can log in to look for partners. Click the appropriate link for the event which interests you. Non-ACBL members, please call the tournament chairman or Alice Travel.
Sept. 17: Embark New York City.
Sept. 18: Cruising the East Coast.
Sept. 19: Bar Harbor, Maine. Cradled off the craggy coast of Maine lies Mount Desert Island and the charming seaport town of Bar Harbor.Take a scenic drive through some of Maine’s most spectacular scenery or stroll along the picturesque main street with its inviting shops and galleries.
Sept. 20: Halifax, Nova Scotia. As your Crystal ship approaches the pier, bagpipers bid a warm welcome to Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia and the most Scottish of all Canada’s great cities. Shoppers will delight in the authenticity of buys from colorful Scottish tartans to pewter and superb hand-knit woolens.
Sept. 21: Magdalen Islands. The Iles de Madeleine or the Magdalen Islands offer a tranquil retreat from the outside world. Still largely unspoiled by urban trappings, life here is simple and relaxing. Over 250 species of birds migrate to the islands to nest, including many that are on the endangered list.
Sept. 22: Gaspé, Québec. Remote, northerly, French by discovery, English, Scotch and Irish by immigration, the Gaspé Peninsula boasts a wild, cliff-edged coast, the comely St. Lawrence River and a rugged interior with an abundance of interesting fauna and flora.
Sept. 23: Baie-Comeau, Québec. Situated on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Baie-Comeau could hardly be in a more delightful spot. Beauty abounds, with sparkling river waters, verdant forests, and a network of bike paths crisscrossing the town, linking parks and meandering by pretty buildings.
Sept. 24 and 25: Québec City, Québec. Québec stands proudly beside the St. Lawrence River, resembling no other city in the world. Its cuisine, language and traditions combine to make this a unique cradle of French civilization in North America. The old city is a sheer delight for lovers of history — magnificent churches, cobbled streets, fragrant gardens and chic boutiques vie for your attention.
Sept. 26: Sept-Îles, Québec. Sept-Îles captivates visitors with its stunning landscape and rich heritage. From sandy beaches to the meandering Moise River to a dense boreal forest, the scenic wonders of Sept- Îles constantly unfold before your eyes.
Sept. 27: Cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Sept. 28: Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Sept. 29: Portland, Maine. The largest city in Maine and the state’s social and economic capital, Portland is a vibrant and historic destination. A favorite place for strolling, dining, shopping and entertainment is the Old Port, a revitalized warehouse district.
Sept. 30: Boston, Massachusetts. Relive nearly four hundred years of history as you explore myriad sights of Boston, a city that exudes pride in its past and future. Superb shopping abounds and sightseeing attractions are legendary.
Oct. 1: Newport, Rhode Island. Newport is a stylish, world-famous yachting center with a long tradition of elegance. The opulent mansions built at the turn of this century by industrial tycoons such as the Morgans, Astors, Fishers, and Vanderbilts. Visit “cottages” fashioned after the palaces of Europe.
Oct. 2: Disembark New York City.
Note: Itineraries are subject to change without notice.