monumental equipping cruise

Join Kirk Cameron, Marshall Foster, and Gary DeMar for 7 days of intense historical and practical teaching on the Monumental Cruise as we sail the fall-tinged waters of Canada and New England. The Monumental Cruise will offer 18 total hours of in-depth teaching and workshops for Patriotic individuals as we train and equip the next generation of liberty minded Americans. Your price includes all meals, teaching sessions, and conference materials from our teaching team. Register today as our space is limited!

Cabins and Rates

Inside Stateroom

This stateroom features two beds convertible to a queen-size bed, bathroom with shower, flat-panel TV, DVD player, and telephone. (182 sq. ft.)

  Before 4/20 After 4/20
Cat. N* $1222.00 -
Cat. K $1722.00 $1825.00
Cat. I $1763.00 $1866.00

*Cat. N is a limited time special offer. Rates and availability are subject to change without notice.


Window Stateroom

This stateroom features two beds convertible to a queen-size bed, picture window, bathtub with shower, flat-panel TV, DVD player, and telephone. (197 sq. ft.)

  Before 4/20 After 4/20
Cat. E $1865.00 $1968.00
Cat. DA $1927.00 $2030.00
Cat. D $1958.00 $2061.00
Verandah Suite

This suite features a queen-sized bed, whirlpool bath, floor-to-ceiling windows, private verandah, sitting area, flat-panel TV, DVD player, telephone, mini-bar, and refrigerator. (292 sq. ft. with verandah)

  Before 4/20 After 4/20
Cat. B $3070.00 $3173.00
Cat. A $3122.00 $3225.00



This suite features a king-size bed, whirlpool bath, dressing room, private verandah, special disembarkation privileges, flat-panel TV, DVD player, telephone, personalized stationery, hors d'oeuvres, and dry cleaning. (556 sq. ft. with verandah)

  Before 4/20 After 4/20
Cat. S $4609.00 $4712.00


*Rates are per person based on double occupancy
*Rates and cabins are subject to cabin inventory and availability
*Rates include all accommodations, meals, and most non-alcoholic drinks on-board
*Does NOT include port taxes and government fees of $358.26 per person

*Initial deposit of $450.00 per person due at time of registration with balance due on June 22, 2013
After June 22, 2013, full payment will be due upon registration.

*Single occupied cabins will be subject to double the cruise rate
*Does NOT include airfare, hotel, bus transfers, optional shore excursions or gratuities

Please call 3rd and 4th rates and availability

**Rates are based on availability and are subject to change based on ship inventory. Please call for current rates.



ports of call

Boston, MA

There is no better way to get a sense of the Revolutionary struggle that changed our nation's destiny than with a stroll along Boston's Freedom Trail. Along the way: Paul Revere House, Old North Church, the Old State House and Faneuil Hall, gathering place of the early revolutionaries. Farther afield: Lexington Green, where the minutemen and redcoats first skirmished, and bewitching Salem. Sample shore excursions: Freedom Trail Walking Tour; Lexington & Concord with Harvard Yard; Historic Salem & Seafaring Marblehead.




For much of the year, sunlight touches the United States first at Cadillac Mountain on the Maine Coast. From the granite-slabbed summit, light tiptoes down across the rest of Mount Desert Isle, Acadia National Park, the town of Bar Harbor and then the rest of the country. The raw coastal scenery attracted Hudson River School painters in the 1840s, and their art in turn lured visitors to the area. Lots of them. Before you know it, Bar Harbor was a haven for the East Coast glittering class and bejeweled with grand mansions and immaculate gardens. Cruise visitors can walk the streets of town, relax on the Village Green, or climb Cadillac Mountain. You'll see that the grandeur abides.




It's big enough to be the economic and cultural capital of eastern Canada, but small enough to be easygoing and hospitable. Halifax residents have it good, the city is located on one of the planet's great natural harbors and adorned with landmarks like the Citadel fortress, Pier 21 (Canada's Ellis Island), and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Outside the city, cruise visitors can discover the weatherbeaten landscape of Nova Scotia's south shore. See craggy coastlines, the bouldered topography of Peggy's Cove, and the German village of Lunenburg, so meticulously restored it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.




A hundred thousand Gaelic welcomes await you in Nova Scotia, Latin for "New Scotland." At the northeast end of the province sits Cape Breton Island, whose wild and lovely topography includes Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Bras d'Or Lake, and miles of rugged coastline. Sydney is the gateway to it all. There are highland villages for cruise visitors to see, the scenic Cabot Trail to explore, golden inland seas to sail, and the Fortress of Louisbourg to inspect - where every barn, barracks and pipe and drum corps appears just as it did when King Louis' troops occupied the site in 1744.




Canada's smallest province is an island that seems to be tethered to New Brunswick by the 8-mile-long Confederation Bridge lest it drift into the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Leave the mainland, cross the bridge, and make a right for Charlottetown. The largest city on Prince Edward Island as well as its capital, Charlottetown's Victorian architecture, abundance of parks, and harborside location make it an idyllic stop for cruise visitors. Walk the cobblestones of Victoria Row, see the house that inspired "Anne of Green Gables," or explore the wild shore of Prince Edward Island National Park.



The singular image of the city is a hotel surrounded by cannons. Built to evoke a mountain castle, Chateau Frontenac sits atop a cape above the St. Lawrence River. The hotel is part of the city's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with all the stone buildings and winding streets, you'll think you're in Europe. From there, cruise visitors can take the funicular or the "neck-breaking steps" down to the Lower Town. Many structures there date back to Quebec City's beginnings, and highlights include Notre Dame des Victoires, the Petit Champlain district, the port, and the Musée de la Civilisation.



Montreal is what would have happened if Paris had a child and the child grew up, sought its fortune, and made its mark on the world. The cultural capital of Canada, Montreal always seems to show up on "most livable city" lists and has been named a UNESCO City of Design. Cruise travelers can why along the historical streets of Old Montreal, Parc Jean-Drapeau (along the St. Lawrence River), and the cubist residential welter of Habitat 67. French is the first language of most residents, but the shopping and dining are international.


Cruise itinerary

Discover colonial history, natural beauty and maritime treasures

Relax in a world or comfort and easy elegance onboard the five star Holland America Ms. Veendam. Your week will be filled with incredible teaching from our equipping team. While onshore, you will experience the beauty and grandeur of fall in Maine and Nova Scotia with like minded patriots. Explore the wild beauty of Gaspé Peninsula and sample the architectural amuse-bouches served up by Montréal and Québec City. Watch the changing of the guard in citadel cities and see the changing of the colors in Northeast forests.



Day 1 - BOSTON, MA

Session 1: America's Christian History: Fact or Fiction
Session 2: Creating a Modern Day Declaration of Independence (Goals, Instructions, and Teams)


Session 3: Censoring the Past
Session 4: Creating a Modern Day Declaration of Independence (Teams create the charter)

Day 3 - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Session 5: Censoring the Past
Session 6: Creating a Modern Day Declaration of Independence (Teams report )

Day 4 - Sydney, CA

Session 7: Christian Colonies
Session 8: Creating a Presuppositional Charter for the Tea Party (New Teams)

Day 5 - Charlottetown, Prince Edward

Session 9: The Separation Mirage
Session 10: Creating a Presuppositional Charter for the Tea Party (Teams Report)

Day 6 - Quebec City, Quebec

Session 11: Whitewashing History
Session 12: Answering Historical Redactionism

Day 7 - St. Lawrence River Cruising

Conclusion: The Retaking of America

Day 8 - Montreal, Quebec


*Schedule is subject to change

What you will experience onboard





Ms Veendam


Dining Room

Features impeccable service and an extensive wine list. Five-course menus include continental cuisine, vegetarian and low-carb options


Showroom At Sea

A glamorous lounge for world class entertainment


Lido pool

Relax in the lido pool featuring its sliding glass roof, spa tubs and bar.


crow's nest

Offers sweeping 270° views during the day.



explorations cafe

A comfortable, coffee house environment where you can browse through an extensive library, surf the Internet and check email or simply read the morning paper.


The Atrium

At the heart of the Veendam, a spectacular glass sculpture climbs through the three-story atrium, known as Jacob's staircase.


The Culinary Arts Center

State-of-the-art demonstration kitchen offering interactive gourmet cooking lessons taught by our own Master Chefs or culinary guests


Pinnacle Grill

This intimate reservations-only venue offers an elegant, sophisticated dining experience. Featuring premium Sterling Silver beef, inspired seafood dishes and many select wines. Extra fees apply


The Retreat

A private resort-style pool experience offering sophisticated poolside amenities and service.