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West Palm Beach to Savannah

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Trip Length: 10 Days/ 9 Nights

Prices from: $3,999 pp/do*

Single Price: $2,999 pp

2018 Dates: April 21

Ships: Grande Mariner

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

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Catch the ship as it begins its Spring journey north on this unique cruise from West Palm Beach to Savannah. Cruise the Eastern coastline of Florida to the charming island towns of Georgia, and even visiting the 2nd-oldest city in South Carolina before disembarking in beautiful Savannah, GA.

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Day 1: Embark in West Palm Beach, FL

Boarding begins at noon, but the ship will stay in port, giving you the day to explore the ocean city. Or settle in to your room and find a chair on the deck to enjoy the warm Florida sunshine!

West Palm Beach to Savannah 2018 MapDay 2: West Palm Beach, FL

West Palm Beach has so many sights to see! You could visit museums, the Palm Beach Zoo, Rapids Water Park, or any of the many shopping venues and restaurants. We’ll depart this evening and travel overnight to Port Canaveral.

Day 3: Port Canaveral, FL

Port Canaveral is home to US facilities for the Army, Navy and Air Force. A highlight for this port is visiting the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex!

Day 4: St. Augustine, FL

We’re heading to Northern Florida today. This afternoon, we’ll arrive in St. Augustine – the nation’s oldest continuously inhabited European city!

Day 5: Amelia Island, FL

Amelia has white sandy beaches, and is home to Ferdandina with small shops and local restaurants. Make sure you put Fantastic Fudge on your to-do list. They have ice cream, candy and homemade fudge!

Day 6: Cumberland Island, GA

Cumberland is one of Georgia’s largest southernmost barrier islands, and home to St. Mary’s. The wilderness area beaches are great for looking for the endangered loggerhead sea turtles and local birds. There are also feral horses, wild boars, alligators and armadillos on the island, so keep a look-out. Cumberland is also home to historic sites and landmarks like the 59-room Dungeness mansion, built by Thomas Carnegie in the 1880s.

Day 7: St. Simon’s Island, GA

We’ll make port in Brunswick this morning on St. Simon’s Island. Brunswick is the 2nd-largest urban area in Georgia (behind Savannah). There’s plenty to do in the city, including theaters, music, art, and local shopping. Brunswick is also the center of Georgia’s shrimp, crab and oyster industries, so definitely find some local seafood to treat yourself to!

Day 8: Beaufort, SC

Beaufort is one of “America’s Best Art Towns,” so explore the galleries and museums. Check the local theaters for a show to take in. And you know what will put a smile on your face? Visiting the Kazoo Museum, one of the world’s largest collections of kazoos.

Day 9: Savannah, GA

Get your camera, water bottle, and a comfortable pair of walking shoes to explore the beautiful streets of Savannah! Pick up a visitor’s map to help explore the best local shops, eateries, and sights to see.

Day 10: Disembark in Savannah, GA

Photo Credit: Blount Small Ship Adventures