Begin your journey in one of America's most storied cities, Boston. Rich in culture and maritime history, Boston provides guests with the perfect port from which to launch your New England cruise. Make the most of this destination by arriving a day early and taking advantage of our Four Seasons Pre-Cruise Package in Boston.
Plymouth county is the first Pilgrim settlement. With quintessential New England Feel, Plymouth county has some of the most renowned historical monuments and beautiful coastal landscapes in the country. Explore the distinguished Massachusetts's Maritime Museum and nearby Hyannis, sit of the Kennedy compound.
Visit the Herreshoff Museum and America's Cup Hall of Fame. Explore Newport's fabled past with glimpses of opulent seaside estates along the "Avenue of Mansions."
4New London/Mystic, CT
Dating back to the Revolutionary War, New London has been the backdrop of some of the most significant scenes in American History and was once the second largest whaling port in the world. Learn about the city's storied past, which has been preserved and honored at historical landmarks and museums. Visit nearby Mystic, home to the nation's leading maritime museum, as well as an amazing aquarium, showcasing thousands of animals, from beluga whales to African penguins.
5Old Saybrook, CT
Visit the Connecticut River Museum to gain an understanding of the town's maritime history and venture to the Essex Stream Train & Riverboat, the only steam train and riverboat connection in the U.S.
6Sag Harbor, NY
Take a leisurely stroll down Main Street, visiting the unique shops and basking in the artsy ambience of the village.
7Port Jefferson, NY
Admire the magnificent historic buildings and homes that once belonged to prominent sailors and shipbuilders. Visit the Village Center which was formerly a shipyard, where builders worked tirelessly to create and immediately launch ships into the Long Island Sound. Well known circus owner P.T. Barnhum once owned land running through the village.
8New York City, NY
Board a motorcoach bound for some of the most interesting and important places in the founding of NYC, including views of the United Nations, Manhattan Municipal Building, Washington Square Park, and famous neighborhoods like The Village to name a few. Led by a native New Yorker, enjoy a one hour walking exploration of the World Trade Center Memorial to explore the Reflective Pools honoring the lives lost and the sacrifices made by the citizens of New York City.