CAPE COD CRUISE 

Gloucester, Plymouth, Martha's Vineyard, Provincetown
 

We bet you haven't seen the Cape like this!

May 22-30, 2022

(SUNDAY - MONDAY)

Adorned with gray shingle cottages, serene beaches, and colorful clam shacks, Cape Cod is the perfect summer retreat. Begin and end your cruise 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. 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.

INCLUDED:

• Round-trip from Burlington, VT (other arrangements possible)

• Pre-night stay at the Boston Four Seasons

• 22 Superb dining with meals, including complimentary sparkling wine, beer, and soft drinks.

• Full-time manager

• Deluxe cruise with hotel-style beds

• All Admissions

• All standard Shore Excursions

• Daily included shore excursions with Local Guide

NOT INCLUDED:

• Two lunches

• Gratuities (Tour Manager Keith) 

• Optional traveler’s insurance 

ITINERARY

Day 1            Burlington to Boston

 

Board the motorcoach in Burlington, Vermont with Champlain Tours.  Enjoy a relaxing ride down to Boston, MA.  Arrive to Boston the night before your cruise and stay at the highly acclaimed Four Seasons Hotel, conveniently located in the heart of downtown. 

 

 

Day  2           Boston, MA

 

This is the morning of embarkation.  Enjoy concierge luggage service, a full breakfast at the Bristol Restaurant, and take part in a narrated city excursion which visits sites such as Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, concluding at the ship for seamless embarkation where your luggage will be waiting for you in your stateroom.

 

 

Day  3           Gloucester, MA

 

Located a few miles from Boston, Gloucester is the home to America’s original seaport and oldest working art colony in North America.  The Town’s picturesque waterfront has drawn fishermen, artiest, and visitors for over four hundred years.  With over 60 miles of coastline, there is a wealth of stunning view to enjoy and plenty of fresh seafood to savor

 

Day  4           Plymouth, 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.

 

 Day  5           Martha's Vineyard, MA

 

Martha’s Vineyard was once a hub for whaling fleets and merchant ships, with exotic cargo from the far corners of the world arrive on her shores.  Today, the island is one of the most popular vacation spots in New England, comprised of six distinct towns, including Chilmark and Vineyard Haven.  The most genteel town on the island is historic Edgartown, prim and proper with its freshly painted Colonial homes and manicured gardens.

 

 

Day  6           Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

Enjoy exclusive access to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) where you will meet working scientists and engineers and get a behind-the-scenes look at WHOI’s cutting-edge research, technology, and facilities, including a sneak peek at vehicles and robots that are driving ocean exploration today.

 

 

Day  7           New Bedford, MA

 

In this famous whaling city, the New Bedford Whaling Museum is the largest of tis kind, devoted to the history of North American whaling.  Your tour beings with a narrated walk led by a park ranger or a trolley ride to the Visitors Center.  Enjoy a short introductory film in the theatre and time to explore, before taking a short walk across the street to visit the Whaling Museum.  As you tour the exhibits, gain an understanding of the industry that shaped the town of New Bedford.

 

Day  8           Provincetown, 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 culture.

 

 

 

Day  9           Boston MA / Burlington, VT

 

Welcome back to Boston.  Our private motor coach will be waiting to take you back home.  Not ready to leave, ask us about extending.

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PRICING PER PERSON

Balcony Only

DOUBLE
(group of two)

$7,899
PER PERSON

SINGLE

$9,299

*20% deposit due at reservation

*Final payment due January 14, 2022

RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY

STEP

1

BOOK YOUR
TRIP

You will receive a letter of confirmation within one week.

STEP

2

GET YOUR TRIP DETAILS

Receive your travel packet with all your travel details 1-2 weeks prior to departure.

STEP

3

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?

Contact us at any time. We are always happy to speak with you.

STEP

4

ENJOY YOUR TRIP

Relax and enjoy your stress-free travel!