Cape Codder Cruise-American Eagle

This roundtrip cruise from Boston, MA will have you hopping along the harbors up and down the coastline that include destinations like Martha’s Vineyard, Newport, and more. You will have the freedom to explore these summer paradises on your own, or you may choose to participate in shore excursions led by expert guides who share with you their passion for local history. This New England cruise is almost exclusively in Massachusetts. giving you 8 days to explore this historic and beautiful state. Book your Cape Cod cruise today.


Ports of call: Boston | Gloucester | Plymouth | Martha’s Vineyard | Newport | New Bedford | Provincetown 

Cruise Details

Clock8 Days & 7 Nights

Double Occupancy from $5,970 pp/do*

Single Occupancyfrom $8,830 pp

CalendarJuly 2, 2024 | July 9, 2024 | July 16, 2024 | July 23, 2024

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*Per person/double occupancy. Special single rates apply where listed. Excludes port fees.
Itineraries may operate in reverse.

Your Itinerary

    1Embark in Boston, MA
    Welcome aboard the American Eagle!!

    2Gloucester, MA
    Gloucester has been a functioning seaport for over 400 years, and is also home to America’s oldest working art colony. You can take a 2-hour cruise aboard the 65-foot Schooner Lannon – just relax and watch the coastline, or help to raise the sails! A local guide can take you on a narrated sightseeing tour of Gloucester, Rocky Neck and Rockport, including a stop for pictures at the famous ‘Man at the Wheel’ statue. Or visit the Maritime Heritage Center for a guided tour, including a visit to the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, Sea Pocket Lab, Burnham Brothers Marine Railway, and a reproduction of one of the Boston Tea Party ships!

    3Plymouth, MA / Mass Maritime Academy
    Plymouth is a coastal town, and the site of the first Pilgrim settlement, founded in 1620. Plymouth Rock, a boulder in Pilgrim Memorial State Park, marks the place where settlers are thought to have landed on shore. The Mayflower II, a full-scale replica of the ship that carried the Pilgrims across the Atlantic, is usually anchored at the park.

    4Martha's Vineyard, MA
    Martha’s Vineyard made a name for itself in the 18th and 19th century as a shipping hub for exotic cargo. Today, it epitomizes the classic New England summer vacation destination. There are 6 towns on the island. We’ll dock in Vineyard Haven, where a local guide will take you through Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and West Tisbury. Plus you’ll have free time to explore the villages on your own, especially shopping in Edgartown. We’ll also visit the gingerbread cottages of Oak Bluffs, including enjoying lemonade and cookies in one of the homes.

    5Newport, RI
    Newport has much to offer, including just the lovely sights. From the dock you’ll be able to see why Newport is the yachting capital of the world. You can also head to the Avenue of Mansions, showing off the 19th century vacation homes of so many famous Americans. Or choose to head out on a guided tour of Fort Adams with a knowledgeable park ranger who will explain and answer questions about the naval history of the fort.

    6New Bedford, MA
    In the mid 19th-century, New Bedford was the whaling capital of the world, and became the inspiration behind Herman Melville's classic American novel, Moby Dick, in 1841. Today, New Bedford is still known as "The Whaling City," with an authentic seaport village, large fishing fleet and working waterfront.

    7Provincetown, MA
    Originally settled as an artists colony, Provincetown is now one of the most popular summer destinations on Cape Cod. Known for its quaint shops, colorful architecture, and relaxing beaches. Provincetown offers guests a great opportunity to explore historic Cape Cod.

    8Disembark in Boston, MA
    Disembark after breakfast, or extend your stay in the city with a hotel package.


Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Grand Suite (Private Balcony)$12,545 pp
Sky Suite (Private Balcony)$10,285 pp
Vista Suite (Private Balcony)$8,620 pp
Category AAM (Private Balcony)$7,780 pp
AAA$5,970 pp
Single Stateroom (Private Balcony)$8,829

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*Prices may vary due to seasonality

Onboard Experience

The American Cruise Line fleet of ships are the newest and most environmentally friendly small ships in the US. The cruise line prides itself on their hospitable staff, and that you’ll be graciously received no matter which ship you cruise on. The large staterooms with interior entrances ensure you have a relaxed, private area to watch the river from, or visit any of the many onboard lounges. Daily entertainment will be brought onboard, including musicians, historians and naturalists.

Regionally-Inspired Menus

American Cruise Lines uses fresh, local ingredients to show off the culinary glory of the region you’re cruising in. On the Mississippi River, that could mean Andouille Gumbo, a po’boy with red beans and rice, and bourbon pecan pie. In New England, you could find Littleneck clam ceviche on the menu followed by a spiced apple pudding with maple whipped cream. In the Pacific Northwest, you’ll find fresh fish on the menu, including shrimp bisque or Dungeness Crab cake, and a marionberry cheesecake that’ll make your mouth water! Your ship will provide you with a list of all the locally-sourced ingredients when you unpack.

Eagle Society

Once you’ve cruised aboard any American Cruise Line ship, you are an Eagle Society member. It’s free to be a member, but your loyalty to American Cruise Lines is greatly rewarded. You’ll receive Eagle Society luggage tags, and member-only gifts when you board each cruise. After 3 cruises, you’ll receive complimentary premium shore excursions. After 10 cruises, you’ll get a complimentary 11th cruise. There are special Eagle Society cruise dates every year. Plus all Eagle Society member benefits can be used when booking with USA River Cruises, plus you’ll still be eligible for our loyal customer benefits as well.

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Cape Codder Cruise-American Eagle

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