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Hudson River

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Trip Length: 8 Days/ 7 Nights

Prices from: $4,100 pp/do*

Single Price: $5,030 pp

Sale: SOLD OUT FOR 2016!! BOOK EARLY FOR 2017 AND SAVE $500 OFF PER STATEROOM!!
Book by: 12/31/2016

2016 Dates:

Sept 18, 24, 25; Oct 1, 8, 15, 22

2017 Dates: Sept 16, 17, 23, 24, 30; Oct 7, 14, 21

Ships: American Constellation
Independence
American Star
American Glory

Notes: *per person/double occupancy. Port charges $250 per person. Gratuities & Featured Shore tours $125 pp.
*Per Person/Double Occupancy. Special Single Rates apply where listed.

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Fall Foliage and the Big City on this Hudson River cruise

Enjoy the changing colors on this fantastic Fall Foliage cruise, roundtrip from the ‘City that Never Sleeps’ – New York City! The Hudson River will be your guide, cruising North along the landscape of New York. Through the Catskill Mountains, you’ll dock in some of the oldest towns in America, while the world is framed by glorious reds, oranges and yellows!

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Hudson River Cruise Itinerary

Map of Hudson River cruiseDay 1 – New York, NY
Enjoy a delightful day of cruising along the Hudson River to West Point.

Day 2 – Catskill, NY
Steeped in history and tradition, the United States Military Academy at West Point offers visitors the opportunity to walk on the grandiose grounds once trekked by some of the nation’s greatest generals, like Patton, Eisenhower and MacArthur. Founded in 1802 by an act of Congress, the Academy has been of significant military importance to America since Revolutionary days. Tour the West Point Museum and Cadet Chapel and view magnificent vistas of the Hudson Valley from atop the campus grounds.

Day 3 – Albany, NY
The picturesque region of what is today the city of Albany was discovered by Henry Hudson in 1609 on a failed attempt to find a quick passage to China for the Dutch East India Company. Today the capital city of New York state welcomes visitors with majestic architecture and grand views of the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Be sure to explore the New York State Museum and the newly renovated State Capitol building, originally built in the late 1800’s.

Day 4 – Kingston, NY
With the invention of the steamboat in 1807, the Hudson River became a waterway of leisurely travel with literally hundreds of vessels making their way up and down the picturesque passage. Originally the capital of New York in the late 1700’s, today Kingston preserves the maritime heritage of the Hudson River at the Hudson River Maritime Museum. Kingston is also located in an area of the Hudson River often referred to as “Millionaires Row” – with palatial estates and grand mansions reminiscent of the mid-1800’s when wealthy New York businessmen began buying property in the beautiful valley for summer retreats.

Day 5 – Sleepy Hollow, NY
The riverside town of Sleepy Hollow is forever immortalized in the works of one of the country’s first great writers, Washington Irving. The author found inspiration in the tales and scenery of the Hudson Valley as the basis for “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and “Rip Van Winkle.” Today Washington Irving’s country home, Sunnyside, is a Registered National Historic Landmark and welcomes visitors with legends and lore.

Day 6 – Cruising the Hudson River

Day 7 – New York, NY
Discover the sights, sounds and history of this extraordinary city! From South Street Seaport to Central Park and the Museum of Natural History, New York encapsulates the culture and spirit of America. Explore the Big Apple on your own, or join a narrated tour of the city’s biggest landmarks.

Day 8 – New York, NY
Itinerary Subject to Change

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