Pearl Of The Seas
Pearl Mist
Luxury Small Ship Cruises
Pearl Seas ship the Pearl Mist itineraries include:
  • United States and Canada
  • The Great Lakes
  • Great Lakes and Georgian Bay
  • Canadian Maritimes
  • Canadian Maritimes and St. Lawrence  Seaway

  • Panama

  • Cuba

The Pearl Mist will has all the latest and best technology available for navigation and communication.  It also meets stringent regulations for fire safety and stability.  Also included are defibrillators and oxygen.

The glass-lined dining salon is spacious, allowing all passengers to eat at one seating.The menu  includes fresh meats and seafoods and in-season fruits and vegetables. Special menus are available with advance notice. Breakfast is made-to-order most days and coffee, beverages, snacks are available 24 hours a day.

The ship has elevator service to all decks, a spa, a hair dresser, library, multiple observation decks, 6 comfortable lounges, and a sports/excercise deck.

Naturalists, Historians, and other experts  accompany each cruise to enlighten guests with their knowledge about the ports and the cruise area.  They  present informal lectures with open discussions and activities.  They also lead optional shore excursions.

Pearl Seas Cruises is pleased to offer an extensive onboard enrichment program designed to complement your cruise perfectly. One of the benefits of a small ship cruise is the ability to carefully build a program that seamlessly matches the itinerary and shore experiences.

Enjoy engaging lectures and nightly musical entertainment as you listen to light jazz from local musicians in the lounge or enjoy a culinary demonstration with the head chef in the ship’s galley. Each cruise will have at least two onboard experts to share the history and ecology of the regions.

One of the evening highlights on all cruises is the cocktail hour before dinner. This social time is a favorite for passengers to mingle and share the adventures of the day. All cocktails, as with most other amenities aboard the ship, are complimentary.

The Pearl of the Seas, Pearl Mist guests enjoy a casually elegant cruise.  Attire should include warm weather wear as well as sweaters for possible cool evenings and windbreakers for windy days.  Comfortable walking shoes will help guests to enjoy their shore excursions.  There are no formal nights.


Serious Travelers -- Call 877-658-2582 for a brochure
Contact Stoney Creek  Travel
877-658-2582
Weaverville / Asheville, NC
Passengers will need a valid passport.  Depending on the guest's nationality, visas may be required for certain ports. Persons will not be allowed to cruise without proper identification which is their responsibility to obtain and bring with them on the cruise.  Passports must be valid for a minimum of 6 months after the end of the cruise.

Upon returning to the United States, all baggage is subject to inspection by U.S. Customs officials.  Guests originating or ending cruises in a foreign country such as Canada may also have their luggage inspected by local Customs services.
What is included on the Pearl of the Seas, Pearl Mist small ship cruises.
  • Cruise Passage
  • Dining, including beverages and snacks
  • Complimentary cocktail parties
  • Onboard entertainment

What is not included on the Pearl of the Seas, Pearl Mist small ship cruises.
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Shore excursions
  • Port charges
  • Gratuities
  • Transportation to and from the ship
Passengers are allowed to board the Pearl Mist ship after 9:30 AM.  Crew members will be available to transfer luggage to staterooms.  Passengers must be on board no later than 2 PM.  The ship departs at 3 PM or earlier once all guests have arrived.

Cruises sometimes return the evening before the last day of the cruise. Passengers may stay on board until 8 AM the last day of the cruise when disembarkation will occur.  Breakfast will be served before disembarkation.
Itineraries:

Art and Autumn Along East Coast
2016:  10/5 -- 14 Nights
2017:  9/30 -- 14  Nights
Ports of Call
  • Quebec City, QC
  • Saguenay, QC
  • Baie - Comeau, QC
  • Charlottetown, PEI
  • Poctou, NS
  • Halifax, NS
  • Lunenberg, NS
  • Bar Harbor, ME
  • Rockland, ME
  • Portland, ME
  • Boston, MA
  • Newport, RI
  • New York City, NY

Experience the beauty and history of the Atlantic Coast Northeast region of the United States as well as the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia areas of Canada.

Canadian Maritimes
2016:  9/24 -  11 Nights
2017:  9/20 -- 10 Nights
Ports of Call
  • Portland, ME
  • Bar Harbor, ME
  • Eastport, ME
  • Lunenburg, NS
  • Halifax, NS
  • Pictou, NS
  • Charlottetown, PEI
  • Ilse de la Madeleine, QC
  • Gaspe, QC / Perce, QC
  • Baie - Comeau, QC
  • Saguenay Fjord, QC
  • Quebec City, QC

Visit Quebec City -- the closest you can get to France without actually going there.  Experiece whale watching  in the Saguenay Fjord. View dramatic landscapes and fishing villages.

Canadian Maritimes and St. Lawrence Seaway
2016:  5/17 - 14 Nights
2016:  9/10 -- 14 Nights
2017:  5/17 -- 14 Nights
2017:  9/6 -- 14 Nights

Ports of Call
  • Bar Harbor, ME
  • Luenburg, NS
  • Halifax, NS
  • Charlottetown, PEI
  • Iles de la Madeleine, QC
  • Gaspe QC / Perce, QC
  • Baie - Comeau, QC
  • Saguenay Fjord, QC
  • Quebec City, QC
  • Montreal, QC
  • Clayton, NY
  • Toronto, ON

Enjoy quaint island towns to the old city walls of Quebec City, Canada.  Perhaps you will see a whale or two in Saguenay Fjourd.  This area boasts dramatic landscapes and rugged beaches. There is an ever changing view.

Great Lakes
2016: 8/16 -- 7 Nights
2016: 8/23 -- 7 Nights
2017:  8/12 -- 7 Nights
2017:  8/19 -- 7 Nights

Ports of Call
Chicago
Muskegon / Holland MI
Mackinac Island, MI
Sault Sainte Marie, ON
Little Current, ON
Perry Sound, ON
Midland, ON

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Great Lakes and Georgian Bay
2016 Schedule
May 31 11 nights
June 11        11 nights
June 22        11 nights
July 3           11 nights
July 14         11 nights
July 25,        11 nights
August 5      11 nights
August 30     11 nights

2017 Schedule
May 31         10 nights
June 10         10 nights
June 20         11 nights
July 1            10 nights
July 22          10 nights
August 1        11 nights
August 26      11 nights

Cruise Ports
Toronto, ON
Welland Canal
Niagara Falls
Windsor, ON
Midland, ON
Perry Sound, ON
Little Current, ON
Sault Sainte Marie, ON
Mackinac Island, MI
Muskegon / Holland, MI
Chicago, IL



Deposits and Payments

A deposit of $500 per person will hold space and will confirm a reservation of 9 nights or less.  A deposit of $900 per person is required for longer cruises of 10 nights or more.  Final payments are due 60 days prior to departure date.  Reservations made 60 days or less before a cruise date require full payment.

Cancellations by individual passengers (not groups) are accepted for a full refund, except for an administrative fee of $175, of any payments made if writen cancellation is received by cruise line more than 91 days prior to sailing. Cancellations received in writing 90 days or closer to sailing, but more than 46 days prior to sailing receive a 50 % refund.  Cancellations received 45 days or less prior to sailing will receive no refund.
Quebec City
Nova Scotia Shoreline
Williamsburg, VA
Montreal
Luxurious Staterooms:  At more than 300 square feet, the generous staterooms, and suites of up to 580 square feet, mirror those of your favorite world class hotels, with full-sized bathrooms and  large, flat-screen satellite TVs, DVD players, and wireless Internet access in every room. Relax and marvel at the magnificent views from your large, opening picture window and sliding glass door, or savor the pleasant sea breezes on your private balcony. Don’t forget to enjoy the complimentary butler service as well.

The 108 staterooms will carry a maximum of 210 passengers.  They are oversized at between 302 and 580 square feet.  All rooms have private balconies and large windows that open.  Each room has a flat screen TV and DVD player. The stateroom current is 110-volts.


Ship Facts

Length (ft/m): 335 ft
Beam (ft/m): 56 ft
Draft (ft/m): 12 ft

Number of Decks: 6
Passenger Capacity: 210
Number of Staterooms: 108

Number of Staterooms with private balcony: 108
Size Range of Staterooms: 302 to 580 sq. ft.

Ship Registry: Republic of the Marshall Islands
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Pearl of the Seas' parent company is American Cruise Lines who also offers small ship cruises in the Northeast United States, Southern United States, Mississippi River and tributaries, Western United States, and Alaska.
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Cuba

2017:  4/18. 4/25, 5/2, 10/17, 10/24

Itinerary
Miami
Carbarien
Mantanzas
Havana
Maria la Gorda
Visit many UNESCO  World Heritage Sites:  Old Havana and its Fortification System, San Pedro de la Roca Castle, Santiago de Cuba, Trinidad and the Valley de los Ingenios, Urban Historic Centre of Cienfuegos and Alejandro de Humboldt National Park.

Visit museums, national parks, art studios.

Learn about Cuban culture through the meet the people program.  An onboard Cuban educator will provide rich stories and facts that highlight the heritage and history of Cuba.