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Eastern Seaboard USA & Southern Canada – 08 Apr 2023

Cruise and Stay 16 nights with Ocean Navigator departing 08th April 2023

* Valid until 08 April 2023 or sold out/withdrawn

Cruise Inclusions

SUMMARY:
Cruise Package Duration: 16 nights Cruise-Stay
Package Begins: 8 April 2023 – hotel in Savannah, Georgia, USA
Cruise Begins: 9 April 2023 – embark, Savannah, Georgia, USA
Cruise Ends: 24 April 2023 – disembark, Halifax, Canada
Ship: Ocean Navigator (formerly Victory II)
Region: USA east coast, Canada and New England

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INCLUSIONS:
• 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Savannah (Georgia, USA)
• One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day
• 15 night small ship cruise aboard Ocean Navigator (formerly Victory II) from Savannah to Halifax
• All onboard meals
• Complimentary range of included shore excursions
• Complimentary free flowing house wine, beer, and spirits during entire cruise
• Complimentary cocktail hour prior to dinner each evening
• Complimentary coffee, tea, juice, soft drinks and filtered water
• Free Internet & WiFi available onboard (speeds may vary)
• Port charges of USD $849 per person
• Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $263 per person

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DISCOUNTS:
The fares shown here are full brochure fare. This cruise may also have discounts applicable for Australian residents. Please contact us for your best offer. All rates in USD – U.S Dollars.

Itinerary

*Itinerary and shore excursions are subject to change and may vary by departure.
  • Full itinerary
    17 days
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    Savannah, Georgia, USA
  • Savannah, Georgia, USA

    A stroll through one of the Savannah’s city squares provides the proper backdrop for a renaissance of emotion, and the collaborative efforts of its architectural artisans have inspired a Southern-gothic aesthetic different from that of any other place. This pedestrian-friendly city is where the little things – breweries and mustard-based barbeque, live oaks and lighthouses – come together to create a mighty experience. Be enticed by the bounty of the centuries-old City Market and explore history at Davenport House and other intriguing highlights on an included narrated tour through the cobblestone streets. 

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    Charleston, South Carolina, USA
  • Charleston, South Carolina, USA

    Along the southern coast of South Carolina rests Charleston, boasting a unique blend of casual and sophisticated in the ever-present beauty of its blooming culture. This charming port features a maze of recreation ripe for travelers to navigate. Eyes light up at the spectacle of the candy-colored waterfront houses on Rainbow Row, and guests love surveying the ocean from the scenic seawall promenade of The Battery. These highlights and others make for an engaging included tour. 

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    Wilmington, North Carolina, USA
  • Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

    The Eastern Seaboard is rich with naval and railway history. Explore part of that legacy at the Wilmington Railroad Museum on an included tour. Visitors stroll along the Riverwalk, ducking into pastel-colored shops, locally owned bistros and seafood eateries with views of miles of open water. 

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    Norfolk, Virginia
  • Norfolk, Virginia

    Norfolk’s maritime heritage becomes immediately apparent upon sight of the massive battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64) docked in its harbor. One of four powerful Iowa-class battleships, “Wisky” served from World War II all the way through Operation Desert Storm. Now retired, she serves as a museum at the popular Nauticus National Maritime Center. Gardens, theaters and dedications to WWII-era U.S. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, along with other attractions, draw visitors to the city.

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    Baltimore, MD
  • Baltimore, MD

    Baltimore is a popular tourist destination in Maryland, in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America, near Washington, D.C. It lies in an arm of the Chesapeake Bay and is a major U.S. seaport. It is sometimes referred to as the “city of neighborhoods”. Most notable are three downtown areas along the port: the Inner Harbor, frequented by tourists due to its hotels, shops, and museums; Fells Point, and Little Italy.

    This historic city offers many attractions, excellent restaurants and world-class sports. At the Inner Harbor is Harborplace, a downtown marketplace which is worth a visit, along with the National Aquarium, American Visionary Art Museum and Port Discovery.

    The Mt. Vernon neighborhood is Baltimore’s cultural heart. Located less than a mile north of the Inner Harbor, Mt. Vernon is home to the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, the Peabody Conservatory of Music and the Walters Art Museum, whose diverse collection spans 55 centuries.

    Things to See & Do

    * Inner Harbor tourist district * Maryland Science Center * National Aquarium * Westminster Hall and Burying Ground * Washington Monument and the Walters Art Museum

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – October Currency –

    United States Dollar (USD) Language – English Land Area – 238.5 km² Population – 637,000 approx Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus four hours International Country Telephone Code – 1

    Port Location –

    Ships dock at the new cruise port at South Locust Point, about three miles south of the city (and a 10-minute drive from the Inner Harbor).

    Transport Links – The Baltimore-Washington International Airport is located a few miles outside of the city and is accessible by car or light rail. Shuttles connect BWI to an Amtrak train station just off the airport grounds.

    Amtrak offers frequent services into Baltimore. The Penn Station is on Charles Street in Midtown. The MARC train system provides inexpensive service between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. (and from Washington to Frederick, Maryland and Martinsburg, West Virginia).

    Buses are an affordable way to to get in to Baltimore if you are already in the Eastern Seaboard, especially if you are coming from New York or Philadelphia.

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    New London, Conneticut
  • New London, Conneticut

    New London is a coastal Connecticut city known for Ocean Beach, Fort Trumbull, the Coast Guard Academy, and Main Street, which is part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “Main Street” program. Its shoreline location makes it a hub of outdoor adventure, with no shortage of ways to get out and explore! From historical tours or boat trips to hiking & biking along our coastline – a trip to New London is sure to excite. Tour the Custom House Maritime Museum and trace the port history, take a self-guided walking tour along the historic streets lined with 18th and 19th-century buildings, or get a first-hand look at life in colonial times by visiting the Hempstead Houses. 

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    Newport, Rhode Island, USA
  • Newport, Rhode Island, USA

    This city on Aquidneck Island is lovingly referred to as the Sailing Capital of the World, having hosted the famed America’s Cup yacht race for more than 50 years. Gilded Age mansions dot the landscape. Sprawling estates such as The Breakers, Rosecliff, Marble House and The Elms were considered “cottages” by the wealthy industrialist families whose legacies they carry. Delight in the rich history, phenomenal cliffside views and award-winning culinary traditions of this fashionable seaside retreat.  

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    Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, USA
  • Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, USA

    This tiny island has been home to indigenous peoples, Quakers, whalers, counterculture free spirits and the upper echelons of industry and commerce. At heart, it’s an unassuming little ration of heaven on Earth – a summer playground of disarming natural beauty. Charming shops along cobblestone downtown streets offer all manner of treats, while beyond lies a wealth of wonder – quirky museums, grand galleries, powdery beaches, local brews and so much more.  

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    Provincetown, Massachusetts
  • Provincetown, Massachusetts

    At the northern tip of Cape Cod, the first pilgrims from the Old World stepped off the Mayflower in 1620. Pilgrim Monument stretches high above the landscape overlooking the cerulean sprawl of the bay. The dense array of shops and restaurants on Commercial Street host a constant stream of visitors looking for the best of Cape Cod’s seafood and souvenirs. From multicolored murals to sunny decks on which to sit a spell, this spot feels like a slice of paradise.  

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    Boston, Massachusetts
  • Boston, Massachusetts

    Boston is ubiquitous. As the Cradle of Modern America, it birthed a revolution. Laced in legacy and a world of cultures, the city has stories to tell. Follow the red-brick road along the Freedom Trail, and admire the zenith of colonial history and modern innovation. Cobblestone walkways, civic landmarks and classic architecture sit pretty to reveal authentic Americana from the perspective of one of the oldest cities in the United States. From bookstore and boutique to street performer, Boston is groundbreaking. 

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    Portland, Maine, USA
  • Portland, Maine, USA

    On a peninsula in Casco Bay, this darling of the Pine Tree State – formerly its capital – lends urban sensibility to the wild splendor of the craggy coastline beyond. At the Old Port waterfront, restaurants and revelry now fill the 19th-century warehouses. Stroll along cobblestone streets and breathe in the fresh scent of the sea. Perhaps catch the strains of some bluegrass or blues from a nearby bar while hardworking fishermen on the wharves catch the next day’s lunch. At Cape Elizabeth just to the south, the Portland Head Light stands as a beacon to the ocean’s travelers.

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    Bar Harbor, Maine, USA
  • Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

    The sunrise greets this magical port on Mount Desert Island before any other place in America during fall. An encircling landscape of granite gorgeously sculpted by eons is the breathtaking backdrop for a community rooted in tradition and a true sense of place. In Acadia National Park, standing on the rare crushed-shell surface of Sand Beach affords a panorama of nature’s pageantry, from pink granite to towering evergreen. Soak in some Downeast hospitality on a traditional lobster boat tour optional premium experience. As seals laze on jutted rocks, we make our way to commune with Cadillac Mountain – the East Coast’s highest peak. 

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    Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Coastal living, rugged wilderness and urban polish converge around Nova Scotia’s capital. Drink in the lively mix of historic and modern in the beating heart of this lively seaport. Bustling streets slope down toward indigo brine and oceanic splendor, stretching east into oblivion. Bathe in botanical beauty at the Public Gardens. The fortified summit of Citadel Hill – never needed for actual protection – stands as a testament to the peaceful nature of the nation. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 offer their own remarkable perspectives. 

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Savannah, Georgia, USA

A stroll through one of the Savannah’s city squares provides the proper backdrop for a renaissance of emotion, and the collaborative efforts of its architectural artisans have inspired a Southern-gothic aesthetic different from that of any other place. This pedestrian-friendly city is where the little things – breweries and mustard-based barbeque, live oaks and lighthouses – come together to create a mighty experience. Be enticed by the bounty of the centuries-old City Market and explore history at Davenport House and other intriguing highlights on an included narrated tour through the cobblestone streets. 

Pricing and Cabins

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*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin (unless stated as single) in USD, based on full brochure cruise fare at time of publication and does not include any discounts. Visitors to the United States/Canada must complete an online ESTA/CANESTA application prior to arrival which is not included and is the guests responsibility. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. All guests must be fully vaccinated by a US approved vaccine prior to departure on any American Queen Voyages cruise. Please note that cabin availability is not shown in real time – All inquiries will be checked for current availability at the time requested. Transfer to hotel on day one and post cruise are not included. Discounts may be available – please contact our office for the best offers applicable.

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