Massachusetts Sampler

Massachusetts history is America’s history. From one of America’s first settlements in Plymouth, to the 17th century witch trials in Salem, to the Boston Tea Party and the Freedom Trail in Boston see it all on a Massachusetts Cruise!

Cruise Details

Clock8 Days & 7 Nights

Double Occupancy from $2,369 pp/do*

Single Occupancyfrom $4,529 pp

CalendarJune 21, 2019

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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 Grande Mariner!

    2Salem, MA
    Infamous for the witch trials of the 17th century, Salem has kept many of the historic sites open to the public to remember its place in history. Visit the Salem Witch Museum, with exhibits including the original trial documents. Salem was also the setting for Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.”

    3Newburyport, MA
    We’ll dock in Newburyport this morning, giving you the day to explore the historic homes and local shops. Newburyport is the birthplace of the US Coast Guard, and has a long maritime history as a boating community.

    4Provincetown, MA
    We’ll spend this morning cruising to the north of Cape Cod, arriving in Provincetown around noon. This is where the Mayflower first stopped in November 11, 1620, before settling in Plymouth 5 weeks later. The city has a 252-foot monument recognizing the Pilgrim landing and signing of the Mayflower Compact.

    5Martha's Vineyard, MA
    Martha’s Vineyard is only accessible by boat or plane. How fortunate we happen to be traveling by boat! Walk along the rows of charming gingerbread cottages and the spectacular views of the harbor while shopping in the boutique shops or getting a bite of something local in a restaurant. If you’re feeling adventurous, take a spin on the Flying Horses carousel.

    6Plymouth, MA
    The English settlers, known as Pilgrims, arrived here in 1620 aboard the Mayflower. The town is now known as ‘America’s Hometown,’ being one of the first settlements in the country. Pilgrim Hall Museum is the oldest continuously operating museum in the US – be sure to visit!

    7Boston, MA
    Boston has too much history to only see the airport in Embarkation and Disembarkation Days! Explore the Freedom Trail, leading to the historically significant sites around downtown. Visit the museums, meetinghouses or burial grounds to learn more about Boston’s role in the American Revolution.

    8Disembark in Boston, MA
    After breakfast, transfer tot he airport or extend your stay with a hotel package!

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Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Category I$2,369 pp
Category II$3,299 pp
Category III$4,529$3,599 pp
Category IV$3,809 pp

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*Prices may vary due to seasonality

Go Where the Big Ships Cannot

Blount carries on the tradition of ship builder and company founder, Luther Blount, who made it his mission to build boats that could take vacationers to the same destinations he wanted to go to. One of his biggest achievements was the creation of the retractable pilot house. Mr. Blount created it specifically for ships to cruise the Erie Canal. He also created the patented bow ramp that makes it possible for passengers to walk from the ship directly to shore.


Blount ships have a Bring Your Own Bottle policy. The ship provides the mixers and the bartender; you bring your favorite alcohol, and you can enjoy the cocktails of your choice without overpriced bar tabs.

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Massachusetts Sampler

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