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South East USA & Bahamas Cruise – 03 Nov 2022

Cruise and Stay 15 nights with Victory II departing 03rd November 2022

* Valid until 01 November 2022 or sold out/withdrawn

Cruise Inclusions

SUMMARY:
Cruise Package Duration: 15 nights Cruise-Stay
Package Begins: 3 November 2022 – hotel in Boston, USA
Cruise Begins: 4 November 2022 – embark, Boston, USA
Cruise Ends: 18 November 2022 – disembark, Nassau, Bahamas
Ship: Victory II
Region: USA east coast & Bahamas

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INCLUSIONS:
• 1 night pre-cruise hotel stay with breakfast in Boston
• One way transfer from hotel to port on cruise departure day
• 14 night small ship cruise aboard Victory II from Boston to Nassau
• 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 $699 per person
• Prepaid ships gratuities of USD $245 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
    16 days
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    Boston, Massachusetts
  • Boston, Massachusetts

    Boston is certainly among the top destinations in the USA; its place in American history alone makes it worth a visit. To get a good perspective of the city’s layout and history, take a walking tour along the Freedom Trail. Then, try a memorable trip to the U.S.S. Constitution, see Bunker Hill Monument in nearby Charlestown—which memorializes the efforts of American colonists during the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775—and visit the Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum.

    Boston is more than history though. The shopping is phenomenal, and visitors should be sure to visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which has a history dating back 250 years. A host of Boston museums warrant a visit, including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum, the Cahoon Museum of American Art and the Museum of Afro-American History. For an escape to nature, take in Boston Common, one of the oldest public parks in the United States.

    Things to see and do

    * Freedom Trail * Boston Common and Public Garden * Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum * Shopping in Newbury street * Museum of Fine Arts Boston

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Land Area

    – 125 sq km Population – 600,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

    GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

    011

    Port Location – The Boston Cruiseport is located in the Boston Marine Industrial Park which is in downtown Boston.

    Transport Links – Boston’s international airport provides transport links nationally and internationally. It can also be reached by bus, rail and car. Boston has an extensive transport system allowing visitors to get around very easily. Driving in Boston should be avoided due to traffic problems, however most tourist attractions can be reached on foot.

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    3
    Provincetown, Massachusetts
  • Provincetown, Massachusetts

    Provincetown /?pr?v?ns?ta?n/ is a New England town located at the extreme tip of Cape Cod in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in the United States.

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

    GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

    011

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

    Newport is a beautiful seaside city in Rhode Island that is famous for its mansions, shopping, and scenery. Newport is also known for hosting the Newport Folk Festival and the Newport Jazz Festival and many other Festivals and Fairs.

    Cobblestone streets and brick sidewalks accent an upscale touristy downtown area with many shops, galleries and great restaurants and its all located along water. Newport sits on the southern end of Aquidneck Island and features several fine beaches, rocky cliffs and much history including an old fort.

    Things to see and do

    * Cliff Walk * Ocean Drive * Fort Adams * Forty Steps * Mansions & museums

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Land Area

    – 20.6 sq. km’s Population –

    25,000 approx Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

    GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

    1

    Travel Links – Newport is serviced by T.F. Green Airport and Boston’s Logan Airport.

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    New London, Conneticut
  • New London, Conneticut

    New London is a seaport city and a port of entry on the northeast coast of the United States. It is most well-known for its rich maritime history and for being the location of the United States Coast Guard Academy and America’s Tall ship the Barque Eagle. It is also known as an historic whaling port.

    New London offers many places of historic interest as well as a lively downtown and a refurbished waterfront. Attractions include visiting the Hempstead Houses, tour the Shaw-Perkins Mansion which was the home of Revolutionary War Naval Agent Nathaniel Shaw or schedule an appointment to the Robert Mills U.S. Customs House, the nation’s oldest operating customs office where the ship Amistad was docked for over a year.

    Things to see and do

    * Connecticut College Arboretum * Hempstead Houses * Lyman Allyn Art Museum * Monte Cristo Cottage * Ocean Beach Park

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Land Area

    – 14.3 km² Population – 27,000 approx Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

    GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

    1

    Port Location – The port facilities are located at Admiral Harold E. Shear State Pier, which is close to downtown New London.

    Transport Links – New London is serviced by T.F. Green Airport and Bradley International Airport, which are 1 and 1.5 hours drive from New London respectively.

    Amtrak New London Station NLC offers Acela Express service (first class service with business class seating, conference tables, cafe car and a seat cart service) and Regional service to and from East Coast cities.

    Greyhound and Peter Pan/Arrow Bus Lines have daily scheduled services to New London from nearby and out-of-state locations.

    There are also ferries available from Long Island. The Port Jefferson Ferry runs from Central Long Island and the Cross Sound Ferry runs from Orient Point, Long Island, New York.

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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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    Norfolk, Virginia
  • Norfolk, Virginia

    Norfolk is in the metro area called Hampton Roads, in the state of Virginia, USA.

    It is a port city with a large Navy and shipping presence. Neighboring cities are Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and Portsmouth. It is known as a Navy town, as the world’s largest naval base is located here.

    Norfolk is also known as a major cultural center, with world-class museums, opera, symphony, ballet and a vibrant arts community. In the last ten years or so, its downtown area has experienced a major resurgence, with gourmet restaurants, shopping and attractions.

    Other areas worth visiting in Norfolk include the Town Point Park, a waterfront park area right downtown that hosts several festivals and events throughout the year. Granby Street is the main downtown thoroughfare, lined with restaurants and bars. Ghent is a historic district adjacent to downtown, filled with historic homes, tree-lined streets and beautiful old churches.

    Things to see and do

    * Nauticus – National Maritime Center * Chrysler Museum of Art * Naval Station Tour * Downtown and waterfront areas * Virginia Zoo

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Land Area

    – 139.2 km² Population – 250,000 approx Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

    GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

    1

    Port Location – The

    Half Moone Cruise Terminal

    is located downtown adjacent to the Nauticus Museum.

    Transport Links – Norfolk is primarily served by the Norfolk International Airport now the region’s major commercial airport. The airport is located near Chesapeake Bay, along the city limits straddling neighboring Virginia Beach. Seven airlines provide nonstop services to twenty five destinations.

    Norfolk is served by Amtrak through the Newport News station, via connecting buses. The line runs west along the Virginia Peninsula to Richmond and points beyond. A high speed rail connection at Richmond to both the Northeast Corridor and the Southeast High Speed Rail Corridor are also under study

    Greyhound provides service from a central bus terminal in downtown Norfolk.

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

    Wilmington is a city in North Carolina, and is the county seat of New Hanover County, USA. Located in the southeastern part of the state, it is home to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, the U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship Memorial, the Cape Fear Museum, Airlie Gardens, and a large historic district.

    The city is famous for its beaches, seafood, and historic plantations. Attractions include aquariums, museums, historical sites, festivals, libraries, film studios, theatres, plantations and more.

    Things to See and Do

    * Bellamy

    Mansion * Burgwin-Wright House * Cape Fear Museum * Airlie Gardens * Cape Fear Serpentarium

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – October

    Currency –

    United States Dollar (USD) Language – English Land Area – 106.2 km²

    Population – 100,500 approx

    Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code – 1

    Port Location – The Port of Wilmington is located on the Cape Fear River.

    Travel Links – Wilmington is served by Wilmington International Airport

    located at 1740 Airport Blvd, to the northwest of downtown. Two airlines fly into ILM: US Airways and ASA. While there are some direct flights into Wilmington, most passengers will catch a connecting flight through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, GA (ATL), or through Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte (CLT).

    Bus service to and from Wilmington is via Carolina Trailways, a subsidiary of Greyhound Buses connect Wilmington to Charleston, Goldsboro, Myrtle Beach, Raleigh and Savannah. The station is located at 201 Harnett Street in downtown Wilmington. Service is infrequent, with only four arrivals and departures per day, and the station is open for limited hours: 9AM-1PM, and 4PM-6PM.

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

    Charleston is a city in Charleston County, South Carolina in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It is located just south of the mid-point of South Carolina’s coastline, at the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers.

    Charleston boasts many historic buildings, art and historical museums, and other attractions. The current downtown skyline, is dominated by church steeples and the stunning Arthur Ravenel cable-stay bridge completed in 2005 over the Cooper River.

    The city is a major port on the eastern seaboard of the US and a popular destination for domestic and international tourists.

    Things to See & Do

    * The Battery and White Point Gardens * Charleston Museum * Fort Sumter * French Quarter * The Market

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – October Currency –

    United States Dollar (USD) Language – English Land Area – 361.2 km²

    Population – 126,600 approx

    Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code – 1

    Port Location – The Port of Charleston consists of five terminals. Three are on the Harbor and the other two are on the Cooper River just north of Charleston’s bustling harbor.

    Travel Links – Charleston is served by Charleston International Airport, located about 12 miles northwest of historic downtown.

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    Savannah, Georgia, USA
  • Savannah, Georgia, USA

    The most common association with this historic town is its tie to the Battle of Shiloh – a major Civil War battle also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing, fought on April 6, 1862. Uncover the stories and history associated with Savannah, and explore the city’s many trails and paths winding down the lush banks of the Tennessee River. 

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    Fernadina Beach, Amelia Is, Florida
  • Fernadina Beach, Amelia Is, Florida

    Fernandina Beach is a city in Nassau County, Florida, United States, on Amelia Island. It is the northernmost city on Florida’s Atlantic coast, and is one of the principal municipalities comprising Greater Jacksonville. It is also the seat of Nassau County. The area was first inhabited by the Timucuan Indian people

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    West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
  • West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

    West Palm Beach is a vibrant and growing metropolis in the heart of South Florida, United States. It is part of the South Florida (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach) Metropolitan area.

    Downtown West Palm Beach, Clematis Street is the area’s nightlife hub, with a great selection of bars, clubs, and restaurants. City Place is West Palm’s version of Mizner Park; shops, restaurants, and other entertainment options liven up this area. In addition to good beaching, boating, and diving, a unique beach activity is watching space shuttles launch out over the ocean.

    Things to see and do

    * Flagler Museum * Norton Art Museum * McCarthys Wildlife Sancturary *

    Viewing space shuttle launches from the beach * Snorkeling at Breaker’s reef or John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

    General information

    Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Land Area –

    142.8 km²

    Population – 122,000 approx Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

    GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

    1

    Port Location – The Port of Palm Beach is located on the northern edge of the city limits.

    Transport Links – Palm Beach International Airport is a small, yet highly adequate airport. While both the Miami and the Fort Lauderdale airports are busy, PBI is easy to get in and out of, and is about five minutes from downtown West Palm Beach. Travelers flying into South Florida or the Bahamas should strongly consider PBI.

    Amtrak has a stop in the downtown West Palm Beach, and the Tri-Rail runs between Miami and West Palm.

    PalmTran

    runs throughout Palm Beach County. At the corner of Quadrille and Clematis you will find a popular hub, connecting many different routes.

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    Nassau, Bahamas
  • Nassau, Bahamas

    Nassau is the capital city and commercial centre of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Located on New Providence island, Nassau has an attractive harbour, a colourful blend of old world and colonial architecture and a busy port. The tropical climate and natural beauty of the Bahamas has made Nassau a popular tourist destination, with a reputation for relaxing days and an exciting nightlife.

    There is something in Nassau for everyone. For a taste of history, there’s the historic Colonial city with 18th century Fort Charlotte, the Queen’s Stairway, the Parliament Buildings and Fort Fincastle. There’s the beach, with sailing, lounging in the sand, fishing, surfing, windsurfing, scuba diving and snorkeling. Or there’s the spectacular Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, with casinos, luxury hotels, aquariums, restaurants, shopping and nightlife.

    Things to See & Do

    * Ardastra Gardens and Zoo * Fort Charlotte, Bennett’s Hill and Fort Fincastle * Beaches and watersports * Atlantis Resort * Pirates of Nassau Museum

    Cruise Season – Jan – Dec Currency –

    Bahamian Dollar (BSD) Language – English Land Area – 13,878 km²

    Population – 325,000 Electricity –

    2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code – + 1 -242

    Port Location – Cruise ships dock at Prince George Wharf in the heart of downtown Nassau.

    Transport Links – Lynden Pindling International Airport, the major airport for the Bahamas, is located about 16 kilometres (10 miles) west of downtown Nassau, and has daily flights to major cities in the USA, Canada, the UK, and the Caribbean.

    Travelers can

    visit other islands via charter planes and boats, or mail boat passenger service.

    In town your feet, a taxi, a horse-drawn surrey or a bus will do. You can also rent a car or a motor scooter.

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Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is certainly among the top destinations in the USA; its place in American history alone makes it worth a visit. To get a good perspective of the city’s layout and history, take a walking tour along the Freedom Trail. Then, try a memorable trip to the U.S.S. Constitution, see Bunker Hill Monument in nearby Charlestown—which memorializes the efforts of American colonists during the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775—and visit the Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum.

Boston is more than history though. The shopping is phenomenal, and visitors should be sure to visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which has a history dating back 250 years. A host of Boston museums warrant a visit, including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum, the Cahoon Museum of American Art and the Museum of Afro-American History. For an escape to nature, take in Boston Common, one of the oldest public parks in the United States.

Things to see and do

* Freedom Trail * Boston Common and Public Garden * Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum * Shopping in Newbury street * Museum of Fine Arts Boston

General information

Cruise Season – May – Sept Currency – US Dollar (US$) Language – English Land Area

– 125 sq km Population – 600,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time –

GMT minus five hours International Country Telephone Code –

011

Port Location – The Boston Cruiseport is located in the Boston Marine Industrial Park which is in downtown Boston.

Transport Links – Boston’s international airport provides transport links nationally and internationally. It can also be reached by bus, rail and car. Boston has an extensive transport system allowing visitors to get around very easily. Driving in Boston should be avoided due to traffic problems, however most tourist attractions can be reached on foot.

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, inclusive of port charges and ship`s pre-paid gratuities, at time of publication and do 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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