1Hotel Stay in Boston, MA
2Embark in Boston, MA
Welcome aboard the Ocean Navigator!!
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 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, phenominal cliffside views and award winning culinary traditions of this fashionable seaside retreat.
4Martha's Vineyard, MA
Get a lobster for lunch while viewing lighthouses, cute shops, and the fanciful homes in the Greek Revival style as well as Colonial and smart cottages.
Provincetown lies on the northern tip of Cape Cod and is the location of the Mayflower landing in 1620. Enjoy Commercial Street and find the best seafood and souvenirs, and check out the Pilgrim Monument.
On a peninsula in Casco Bay, this darling of the Pine Tree State lends urban sensibility to the wild splendor of the craggy coastline beyond. A 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.
You'll adore this quintessential New England village with it's salty sea breezes, beautiful pines trees in the distance, and a nearby botanical garden.
8Bar Harbor, ME
Take the day to explore nearby Acadia National Park, and the granite rocky cliffs and fall foliage.
9Disembark in St. John, NB
Disembark after breakfast in St. John, and prepare to head home or extend your vacation with a hotel stay in New Brunswick!