Cruising With Road: Won’t You Join Us This Fall?

Even though snow is still falling in some parts of the United States and Spring is still more than a week away, that won’t stop us from dreaming about our upcoming New England Fall Foliage Quilt Cruise, September 27-October 4, 2015.

Fall colors

Photo courtesy of thelifeofluxury.com

Road to California sponsored its first cruise with Deb Roberts and World of Quilts Travel last year. We had so much fun, we could hardly wait to go again. This time, we are taking advantage of the fall brilliance in the scenic northeast.Royal Carribean

We set sail on this colorful journey on Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas, sailing round trip from Boston, with stops in the ports of Portland and Bar Harbor, Maine as well as St. John and Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Cruise route

Our 7-day cruise adventure features two non-stop quilting days with classes offered from these award winning quilting educators: Stevii Graves, Shelly Pagliai, Anita Grossman Solomon,Margie Ullery and Victoria Findlay Wolfe.

Deb points out five reasons what makes Road’s fall quilt cruise off the coasts of New England and Canada is so special:

 1- Historic sites to visit

2-Famous Fall colors to enjoy

3-Natural beauty of the shoreline to view

4-Quaint villages and architecture to explore

5-Local food, including lobster and crab, to experience

This quilt cruise is filling up fast. We’d love to have you join Carolyn Reese for this amazing adventure. Don’t miss the boat – spaces are selling fast!!

See you in New England!! 

 

19 thoughts on “Cruising With Road: Won’t You Join Us This Fall?

  1. Lorie Bagley

    Number 1- the historic sites. I have always wanted to visit that area so to be able to combine it with one of my favorite things to do would be great!.

  2. Cindy Zabuska

    Wish I could join you! Unfortunately not in the cards for this fall. See you in January!

  3. june hutchison

    The historic sites in Boston are great. I’ve been there “by land” and wished I had could have seen more.

  4. Gale Gordon

    These all sound great. My favorite reason is #1. Historic sights are so inspirational. Lot’s of quilting ideas.

  5. Linda Boerner

    This sounds like fun. Love cruising, combined with quilting, what could be better. Would love to do this, putting on my quilting bucket list.

  6. Cindy Calvo

    Historic sites are always my favorite things to see. Wish I could join you on the cruise, but I’ll see you at Road 2016.

  7. Lee McCoy

    I’ve always wanted to go on a cruise! Only a quilting cruise would do for me! This sounds like loads of fun! I love seeing historic sites and nothing gets me more excited than local food! Ha ha!

  8. Chris McGrew

    Reason #2 would be my favorite. Seeing the beauty of the fall colors is on my bucket list!

  9. Mary Huston

    A friend and I were headed for Nova Scotia 26 years ago but we only got as far as Quebec. A quilting cruise would be an ideal way to complete our journey.

  10. Ann Marie Buckley

    My new grandbaby in Ma will turn 1. I could make her somthing wonderful on that cruise

  11. Penny Lind

    Number 1 historic sites. I love to travel and learn about the history and experience the culture of an area. I was a history major in college and taught history briefly before switching to other subjects. I briefly visited the east coast with students one year. Would love to go again.

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