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8 Day Cruise

10/13/2023 - 10/20/2023

Millet (2)
Robert Millet

Come on an adventure with us and sail with Robert Millet as he uplifts and inspires us with his unforgettable lectures on sea days. Join us on our optional private tours to further enhance your journey. Admire groves of sugar maplesrolling farmland, and towering sandstone cliffs that are among the natural attractions of the North Shore of Prince Edward Island, home of Anne of Green Gables and so much more! Sydney houses the world’s largest fiddle as well as the historical Cossit House Museum and Jost houses. Halifax offers a tour of Old Town Lunenburg—an example of a British colonial settlement. Explore the oldest lighthouse and the quaint town of Kennebunkport in Portland. Enjoy sailing with Bob and an adventurous LDS group as we create memories to last a lifetime!

Join us for a 2-night pre-cruise tour in Boston!


Day 1 : Boston, MA

October 13, 2023 (Friday)

Join us for a pre-cruise tour of Boston, Lexington and Concord. This tour includes a 2-night hotel stay and transfer to the cruise ship. $695 per person, if paying by check. (based on double occupancy)

Day 2 : At Sea

October 14, 2023 (Saturday)

Seminars at Sea

Day 3 : Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

October 15, 2023 (Sunday)

We explore as much of Prince Edward Island as we can. We walk the streets of Charlottetown and learn of her history. We see mussel and oyster farms as we journey to Prince Edward Island National Park where we enjoy a short stop at the beach. We visit Cavendish and the Green Gable Heritage Place which includes the home that is the setting for the famous Anne of Green Gables novels. If time permits we will have some time to shop at the PEI Preserve company. $170 per person, if paying by check.

Day 4 : Sydney, NS

October 16, 2023 (Monday)

Today's explorations include the scenic and fascinating Alexander Graham Bell Historic Site. Here we learn of the many experiments and achievements of Alexander Graham Bell. You will see his home, but it is not a part of the actual site. The focus of this site is his exploits while living in the village of Baddeck. The beautiful scenery inspires us as we eat a delicious lunch before taking a scenic, 1-hour drive to visit a Highland Village. Experience the old ways as we explore this living history museum. We will wish we had more time to spend here as all too soon we board our bus for the drive back to your ship. $172 per person, if paying by check. Lunch is included.

Day 5 : Halifax, NS

October 17, 2023 (Tuesday)

Halifax has a rich history and we learn much as we tour this city. We admire the Public Garden, drive around the Citadel Fortress, pass historic homes and stop at the Titanic Cemetery. This cemetery is the final resting place for many of those who lost their lives on the Titanic. We stop for lunch in a quaint fishing village and enjoy lobster rolls or seafood chowder on our own. New we have a brief visit to the Acadian Maple Factory. A visit to Halifax is not complete without a trip to the fishing village of Peggy's Cove. You feel the sea breeze as you stroll along the picturesque sidewalks and examine the lighthouse. Take a seat on the benches and enjoy the view. $169 per person, if paying by check.

Day 6 : Portland, ME

October 18, 2023 (Wednesday)

Embark on a tour highlighting the history and interesting features of Portland, Maine. We visit perhaps the most photographed lighthouse in the world, the Portland Head Light. Stroll along the oceanside paths and enjoy the wonderful scenery of Fort Williams Park. We go to Kennebunk and see the homes of Kennebunkport including a glimpse of former President Bush's beautiful home. We have time on our own to have lunch and explore the shops of Kennebunk. Our return drive to the ship is filled with Maine's natural beauty. $140 per person, if paying by check.

Day 7 : Bar Harbor, MA

October 19, 2023 (Thursday)

Acadia National Park is a very short drive from Bar Harbor cruise port. We hop aboard and begin our tour of Acadia national Park. We enjoy the incredible granite coastline and the amazing flora and fauna. We stop several times at places such as Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond and Cadillac Mountain. The tour is 2.5-3 hours long and takes you to beautiful locations. It will be hard to board your cruise ship for the sail back to Boston harbor. $149 per person, if paying by check.

Day 8 : Boston, MA

October 20, 2023 (Friday)


Ship Information: Norwegian Pearl

Whatever you choose to do, we invite you to experience the wonders of getting there aboard Norwegian Pearl. Her 16 chic dining options, tranquil spa, and spacious Garden Villas are just a few things that make this Jewel Class cruise ship a destination of her own. Grab a burger hot off the grill. Go French, Italian, Brazilian, Asian — you name it. When it comes to the entertainment on Norwegian Pearl, there’s never a dull moment. Pay homage to legendary stars in the music industry with Legends In Concert Live.


All Rates are per person based on double occupancy. 3rd and 4th persons in same cabin travel at reduced rates. Organize 8 cabins and earn $574 towards your cabin!

Inside $940
Outside w/window $1,126
Balcony $1,619
Taxes & Govt. Fees $229
Terms and Conditions: Advertised rates INCLUDE port charges but DO NOT INCLUDE shore excursions, airfare, or gratuities. We will be happy to book your air if you would like–air is available at all major gateways. A $250 deposit per person is required to confirm your booking. The final payment is due June 8, 2023. Deposit is refundable prior to final payment without penalty. Within three months of the cruise, the tours and cruise are non-refundable. Space can be recalled at anytime before the sail date so BOOK EARLY!

Passports: Passports are recommended for this sailing. Passports ARE required for international travel by air and for this reason we STRONGLY recommend them.

Check Your Invoice Names: Please check to see that your names are spelled correctly. Your first and last names must appear as they appear on your passport for International travel and Driver’s License for domestic tours.

Please note that minor changes to the itinerary may occur due to local conditions and to better accommodate our group.


Robert Millet
ROBERT L. MILLET is Professor Emeritus of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University. He joined the BYU Religion faculty in 1983 and retired from teaching at BYU in January 2014. He is the former Dean of Religious Education at BYU and has also served as the Richard L. Evans Professor of Religious Understanding. Since 1997 he has been involved in interfaith work in an effort to build understanding and relationships with other faiths. He has been involved in academic dialogues with Evangelical Christians, the Church of the Nazarene, and the Community of Christ (formerly Reorganized Church). He is a Distinguished Scholar with the John A. Widtsoe Foundation and is involved in a dialogue with Christian scholars held at the University of Southern California. He is the author or editor of more than 70 books and 200 articles, dealing mostly with the doctrine and history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its relationship to other faiths. Some of his most recent books include The Holy Spirit: His Identity, Mission, and Ministry; Beyond the Grave: Christian Interfaith Perspectives; The Atoning One; Whatever Happened to Faith?; and, Precept Upon Precept: Joseph Smith and the Restoration of Doctrine. Brother Millet and his wife Shauna are the parents of six children and reside in Orem, Utah.
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