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Local Partners: America's Hub World Tours

Local Partners: America’s Hub World Tours

You’re coming to Portland, Oregon to begin your Columbia River cruise. But what is there to do? How are you going to get there? Who’s going to show you around the city? When our clients ask us these questions, we suggest taking a local tour with America’s Hub World Tours. We’ve partnered with them for

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Meet Cuba’s Newest Ship, The Adonia

With Cuba opening its long-closed gates last year, there has never been a better time to explore the rich history of this stunning country. Now, a new small ship is taking the area by storm, carrying with it passengers with a new travel mission: to give back. The Power of Impact Travel While taking a

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How to Choose a Holiday River Cruise

We know, the months have been flying by, but the holidays are right around the corner. At USA River Cruises, our trips fill up quickly, so we always advise travelers to book as far in advance as possible, from 6 months to a year if you know your plans ahead of time. The Holidays are

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Cruise the Chesapeake Bay for History, Crab, and Smooth Sailing

Cruise the Chesapeake Bay for History, Crab, and Smooth Sailing

Our Chesapeake Bay tour is one of our favorites, due to the combination of regional culinary delights and historical depth. Have you ever visited Baltimore? Annapolis? Even if you’ve been to some of these Ports-of-Call before, you’ve never experienced them quite like this! Our 6 or 7-night departures both offer the chance to delve into

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Your Maine Coast Cruise: Lighthouses, Lobster, and Local Culture!

Your Maine Coast Cruise: Lighthouses, Lobster, and Local Culture!

Maine is a magical place – unlike any other state in the country. Each port has beautiful parks and other historic districts to explore. Experience the splendor and history of the Maine coastline this summer on one of our intimate cruises. You’ll travel to historic harbors, across sparkling rivers and bays, and indulge in the

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