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New England Explorer Cruise

New England Explorer Cruise 

American Cruise Lines

August 26 - September 5, 2024

As you cruise this spectacular coastline, explore the rich treasures of New England. Begin and end your journey in Boston, a city which reverberates with the history of the American Revolution. Cruise past the famous Portland Head Light, the most photographed lighthouse in America. Guided by a local historian, explore Camden, the prettiest harbor on the Maine Coast.

Experience a traditional, New England favorite, the lobsterbake luncheon. Set at the water’s edge, enjoy lobsters, clams, and mussels steamed the old-fashioned way, over a fire in kelp. As you dine, delight in the sounds of a local blue grass band.

Ascend to the top of Acadia National Park, a national treasure with magnificent granite cliffs along miles of coastline and forested trails. Learn about the centuries-old shipbuilding tradition in Bath and sail on board an authentic schooner in Gloucester.

Relax in the comfort of our small ship as you travel to Newport where the finest yachts in America were built and Martha’s Vineyard, adorned with harbor towns and lighthouses. Enjoy a whale watch in Provincetown, before returning to the ship for an evening of fine cuisine and great company.

Tour includes:

  • 10 nights aboard American Cruise Lines American Constitution roundtrip from Boston

  • Small ship with 170 guest capacity, inaugurated in 2018

  • All meals included while aboard ship

  • Ground transfers when air is booked with American Cruise Lines

  • Booking assistance for on-board dining rooms, optional on-board amenities and shore excursions

  • Taxes, gratuities and most luggage handling

  • Home pick up and return service

Cost based on dates, cabin selection + airfare. Call 828-692-1399 for pricing.

Price & Itinerary subject to change.

Other Tours:

In addition to Northeast and West Tours, please also see our Day ToursSoutheast & Mystery Coach ToursInternational Tours, and Private Charters.

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