Tap to Call

Savannah to Baltimore

Rates & Dates:

Trip Length: 12 Days/ 11 Nights

Prices from: $4,899 pp/do*

Single Price: $3,699 pp

2018 Dates: Apr 25; May 2.

Ships: Grande Mariner
Grande Caribe

Notes: Fares do not include port charges.
*Per Person/Double Occupancy. Special Single Rates apply where listed.

Inquire on this Itinerary

Or call us: 1-800-578-1479

12-Day Cruises | Spring 2018

East_bay_street_2222

America’s eastern coastline is a treasure trove of historic gems and stately memories, all for you to discover on this 12-day northbound cruise. Visit Charleston – the living museum – where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Visit the Norfolk Naval Base or the home of the US Naval Academy in Annapolis. And complete your cruise in Baltimore, the birthplace of the US national anthem.

Request More Information

DAILY ITINERARY

Day 1: Embark in Savannah, GA

We’ll board at noon, but stay in port so that you have time to explore Savannah’s charm.

Day 2: Beaufort, SC

We’ll arrive in Beaufort, SOUTH Carolina this afternoon. (Notice Day 6 when we’re in Beaufort, NORTH Carolina.) Beaufort, SC, is one of “America’s Best Art Towns,” so be sure to explore their art centers, theaters, galleries and the Kazoo Museum.

Day 3: Charleston, SC

Charleston has amazing cobblestone streets with antebellum era houses, making the city a living museum. The streets are lined with palmetto trees, and the city is alive with southern charm.

Day 4: Georgetown, SC

The Historic District of this coastal town is home to many buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. You can choose to explore via walking or tram tours (or a ghost tour!).

Day 5: Southport, NC

At the mouth of the Cape Fear River, Fort Johnston was built to protect against pirates. The town of Southport grew around the fort, and is home to the Old Brunswick County Jail and the famous crab-cake sandwich.

Day 6: Beaufort, NC

This Beaufort is where the famous pirate, Blackbeard, ran his ship aground. Today, the banks are protected habitat of wild horses, the Beaufort Historic Site and the NC Maritime Museum

Day 7: Day of Coastal Cruising

We’ll be cruising the inland Intracoastal Waterway today.

Day 8: Norfolk, VA

Be sure to include time to visit the Norfolk Naval Base and the MacArthur Memorial! Also, see the town. Norfolk is known for its music, history and antiques.

Day 9: Yorktown, VA

In October 1781, the American Revolution ended with the surrender of General Cornwallis to George Washington. Visit the Yorktown Battlefield, Surrender Field, and the American Revolution Museum for your taste of history, or go shopping at the antique outlets on Yorktown’s waterfront.

Day 10: Annapolis, MD

Annapolis began as a village in the 17th century, was the seat of the Continental Congress in the 18th century, and has been the site of the US Naval Academy since the 19th century. The history of the city is alive in its architecture. Also, Annapolis is known for its galleries, bars, boutiques and rooftop live music venues.

Day 11: Baltimore, MD

Baltimore Harbor is home to the War of 1812 warship, the USS Constellation, as well as the National Aquarium. It was here that the US National Anthem was formed. But the harbor is also known for its world famous crab shacks, so be sure to get a bite while you’re there!

Day 12: Disembark in Baltimore, MD

Photo Credit: Blount Small Ship Adventures