9 Best Cheap All-Inclusive Cruises

6) Boston to Canada – Norwegian Cruise Line

September is a beautiful time of year in New England. Make the most of the Fall foliage with a 7-day cruise up the coast. Embark in historical Boston, MA and set sail for Portland, ME. You’ll continue up to Halifax, then Prince Edward Island, with the final three stops in Quebec: Gaspesie, Saguenay, and Quebec City, respectively. This is a one-way cruise, meaning the trip finishes in Quebec City. In each port, you can leave the ship for daily excursions. $1,430 per person may sound a little steep, but this cruise has something extra special. It’s part of Norwegian’s Premium All-inclusive deal, claiming to add over $1,500 in value. Included is a wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including water, coffees and juice, tips related to all-inclusive services, plus meals, entertainment, a water park, as well as leisure activities.