Join our Cape Cod Cruise from Boston to Newport. Adorned with gray shingle cottages, serene beaches, and colorful clam shacks, Cape Cod is the perfect summer retreat.
Begin and end your journey in Boston, a city brimming with history and character. Travel to the picturesque town of Gloucester and admire vintage lighthouses, historic schooners, and impressive homes that line the waterfront. Visit Provincetown, a bohemian seaport with unique art galleries and excellent whale-watching opportunities.
Enjoy the charming villages and gingerbread cottages of Martha’s Vineyard, before exploring the opulent summer seaside estates of Newport along the Avenue of Mansions. Along the way, savor the delicious fresh seafood for which New England is known, from oysters and scallops to world-famous clam chowder and lobster bisque.
Boston, Gloucester, Provincetown, Buzzards Bay, Hyannis, Martha's Vineyard, Newport, Boston
On our Cape Cod Cruise from Boston to Newport, you will enjoy an extensive lineup of included excursions. There are also paid excursions and Signature Excursions which need to be booked at least 30 days ahead.
Located in the heart of downtown, the hotel puts the city at your fingertips and allows you to arrive at your leisure the day before your cruise. The packages include breakfast at the acclaimed Bristol Restaurant in the Four Seasons on the morning of your cruise, followed by a Boston City Exploration.
The tour concludes at the ship, in time for embarkation and a relaxing afternoon cruise out of Boston Harbor.
Begin your Cape Cod Cruise in one of America's most storied cities. Boston is in fact an incredible living history museum and the perfect port from which to launch a Grand New England cruise. Though it is considered the oldest city in America, Boston is still among the country’s most forward-thinking and innovative.
Located a few miles from Boston, Gloucester is the home to America's original seaport and the oldest working art colony in North America. The town’s picturesque waterfront has drawn fishermen, artists, and visitors for over four hundred years. With over 60 miles of coastline, there is a wealth of stunning views to enjoy and plenty of fresh seafood to savor.
Originally settled as an artist colony, Provincetown is now one of the most popular summer destinations on the Cape Cod Cruise. Known for its quaint shops, colorful architecture, and relaxing beaches, Provincetown offers guests a great opportunity to explore historic Cape Cod culture.
Buzzards Bay is a village located in the town of Bourne, MA, known as the Gateway to Cape Cod. This idyllic destination is home to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, a renowned the maritime college, and National the National Marine Life Center, an independent, non-profit rehabilitation and release center for sea turtles and seals.
Take a relaxing stroll along shore of the Cape Cod Canal, a waterway connecting Cape Cod Bay to Buzzards Bay, operated and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Admire the constant parade of boats passing by, from tugs to tall ships. Visit the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum and explore an exact replica of the nation’s oldest store, built by the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony in order to trade with the Wampanoag Indians and the Dutch.
Hyannis, sometimes referred to as the “Capital of the Cape,” is a village known for its pristine beaches, great shopping, and the famous Kennedy Compound at nearby Hyannis Port. Stroll along its quaint streets lined with unique boutiques, specialty shops, and great restaurants.
Visit The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum which celebrates the legacy of our 35th president and his deep connection to Cape Cod. Located along the harbor, The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is a great place to discover the rich maritime history of the region. Explore the onsite wooden boat building workshop and the Historic Boat Barn which houses a vast collection of Cape Cod wood boats, many of them, over 100 years old.
During the 18th and 19th centuries, Martha's Vineyard was a hub for merchant ships carrying exotic cargo from the far corners of the world. Today, the island is one of the most popular vacation spots in New England, comprised of six distinct towns. Historic Edgartown is the most genteel town on the island, featuring freshly painted white clapboard colonial homes and manicured gardens.
Nestled within Narragansett Bay is Newport, the yachting capital of the world. As you stroll along the beautiful beaches, historic neighborhoods, bustling wharves, and scenic waterfront, you will find Newport offers something for everyone. Visit the Herreshoff Marine Museum and America's Cup Hall of Fame. Explore Newport's fabled past with glimpses of opulent seaside estates along the "Avenue of the Mansions."
Welcome back to the historic city of Boston. End your Cape Cod Cruise with a stroll through some of Boston's more famous locations including Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and Newbury Street.
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|May-10||Boston, MA - Return||8||American Constitution||5,945||6,570||4,790||5,690||5,960||6,400||7,115||7,710||$300|
|May-17||Boston, MA - Return||8||American Constitution||5,945||6,570||4,790||5,690||5,960||6,400||7,115||7,710||$300|
|May-24||Boston, MA - Return||8||American Constitution||5,945||6,570||4,790||5,690||5,960||6,400||7,115||7,710|
|May-31||Boston, MA - Return||8||American Constitution||5,945||6,570||4,790||5,690||5,960||6,400||7,115||7,710|
|Jun-07||Boston, MA - Return||8||American Constitution||5,945||6,570||4,790||5,690||5,960||6,400||7,115||7,710|
Price Per Person in USD
We are authorized to offer all official American Cruise Lines discounts. No two promotions can be combined. promotions may vary and need to be confirmed before booking.
Cruises depart at 1:30 p.m. or earlier if all passengers have arrived. Passengers may board after 11:30 a.m. Crew members will carry your luggage to your stateroom. Passengers are recommended to arrive no later than 12:30 p.m
Every American Cruise Lines shore excursion falls into one of three categories: 1) FEATURED shore excursions are complimentary. Featured excursions are selected excursions which typically are offered daily on Columbia & Snake River, Mississippi River, and Alaska Cruises. 2) PREMIUM shore excursions typically cost between $20 and $70 and may be purchased on board with your Hotel Manager. 3) SIGNATURE shore excursions are particularly unique excursions with limited availability and which often cost more than $70. We recommend that you reserve these excursions in advance with your Cruise Specialist.
Single cabins are available on all ships. If one person chooses to occupy a double stateroom he/she will be charged 150% or 175% of the double occupancy rate depending on the type of stateroom occupied.
A deposit of $500.00 per person is required to confirm any reservation on trips of 9 nights or less, and a deposit of $900.00 per person is required to confirm any reservation on trips of 10 nights or more. Final payment is due 90 days prior to the sailing date. Any Reservation made within 90 days of the departure date must be accompanied by full payment and is subject to Cancellation Terms.
Casual sportswear is suggested during the day. Casual country club attire is recommended in the evenings and for dinner. Comfortable walking shoes, windbreaker, sweater for cool evenings, and light rainwear are also recommended items.
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