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APR 10*, 13
2023: APR 9, 19




FROM: $5,999 
Plus $359 Port Charges



Explore North America from up the Eastern Seaboard to around the Southern Canadian border. Between Savannah and Halifax, remarkable cities await exploration. Trace through historic hotspots and modern marvels that enhance this unique route.




  • Boston
  • Nauticus National Maritime Center
  • Wilmington Railroad Museum
  • Charleston, SC
  • Davenport House, Savannah, GA
  • 1796 Montauk Point Lighthouse
  • Cadillac Mountain – the East Coast’s highest peak

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodations aboard ship
  • Included shore excursions
  • Onboard meals and entertainment
  • Pre-cruise hotel
  • Transfer from Pre-cruise hotel to the ship
  • House beverages, including liquor, wine, beer and soft drinks
  • Unlimited Wi Fi
  • Expert guides and lecturers.

Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Gratuities for any ship staff and shore excursion personnel, such as tour guides or bus drivers.
  • Airfare
  • Port Charges
  • Premium spirits, wine and beer
  • Travel insurance
  • Post-cruise hotel, tours or transfers


    Stay overnight at your included hotel. The evening allows time to become acquainted with the city. For your convenience, our Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel, and our friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about the upcoming voyage to reservation of premium experiences. Representatives will be available to provide suggestions for dining, entertainment and sightseeing options to maximize your time here.


    A stroll through one of the Savannah’s city squares provides the proper backdrop for a renaissance of emotion, and the collaborative efforts of its architectural artisans have inspired a Southern-gothic aesthetic different from that of any other place. This pedestrian-friendly city is where the little things – breweries and mustard-based barbecue, live oaks and lighthouses – come together to create a mighty experience. Be enticed by the bounty of the centuries-old City Market and explore history at Davenport House and other intriguing highlights on an included narrated tour through the
    cobblestone streets.

  3. Day 3 CHARLESTON, SC 

    Along the southern coast of South Carolina rests Charleston, boasting a unique blend of casual and sophisticated in the ever-present beauty of its blooming culture. This charming port features a maze of recreation ripe for travelers to navigate. Eyes light up at the spectacle of the candy-colored waterfront houses on Rainbow Row, and guests love surveying the ocean from the scenic seawall promenade of The Battery. These highlights and others make for an engaging included tour.


    The Eastern Seaboard is rich with naval and railway history. Explore part of that legacy at the Wilmington Railroad Museum on an included tour. Visitors stroll along the Riverwalk, ducking into pastel-colored shops, locally owned bistros and seafood eateries with views of miles of open water.

  5. Day 5 DAY AT SEA 

    Scenic Sailing on the Atlantic Ocean

    Ah, another day on the vast Atlantic Ocean – a day to rise with the sun and meet with friends in the restaurant of your choosing over breakfast…or sleep in and order room service. Gather in the Compass Lounge for snacks and games…or take in the view from deck with your favorite cocktail in hand. This day is yours to craft as you desire.

  6. Day 6 NORFOLK, VA 

    Norfolk’s maritime heritage becomes immediately apparent upon sight of the massive battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64) docked in its harbor. One of four powerful Iowa-class battleships, “Wisky” served from World War II all the way through Operation Desert Storm. Now retired, she serves as a museum at the popular Nauticus National Maritime Center. Gardens, theaters and dedications to WWII-era U.S. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, along with other attractions, draw visitors to the city.

  7. Day 7 BALTIMORE, MD

    A visit to Clipper City brings a true taste of America. It’s the birthplace of national legends such as Billie Holiday and “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Literary treasure Edgar Allan Poe claimed it as his birthplace ­– even though he was born in Boston. This fascinating spot perfectly blends historic and modern. Visit the childhood home of baseball’s first celebrity – Babe Ruth – explore the enchanting Inner Harbor and more.

  8. Day 8 DAY AT SEA 

    Scenic Sailing on the Atlantic Ocean

    Ah, another day on the vast Atlantic Ocean – a day to rise with the sun and meet with friends in the restaurant of your choosing over breakfast…or sleep in and order room service. Gather in the Compass Lounge for snacks and games…or take in the view from deck with your favorite cocktail in hand. This day is yours to craft as you desire.


    As the eastern tip of Long Island and New York itself, Montauk is often referred to as “The End.” This destination is a hotspot for Eastern Seaboard explorers. You’ll be amazed by the 1796 Montauk Point Lighthouse that greets us at our launching point to some of the most serene views in the state.

  10. Day 10 NEWPORT, RI 

    This city on Aquidneck Island is lovingly referred to as the Sailing Capital of the World, having hosted the famed America’s Cup yacht race for more than 50 years. Gilded Age mansions dot the landscape. Sprawling estates such as The Breakers, Rosecliff, Marble House and The Elms were considered “cottages” by the wealthy industrialist families whose legacies they carry. Delight in the rich history, phenomenal cliffside views and award-winning culinary traditions of this fashionable seaside retreat.

  11. Day 11 NANTUCKET, MA 

    This tiny island has been home to indigenous peoples, Quakers, whalers, counterculture free spirits and the upper echelons of industry and commerce. At heart, it’s an unassuming little ration of heaven on Earth – a summer playground of disarming natural beauty. Charming shops along cobblestone downtown streets offer all manner of treats, while beyond lies a wealth of wonder – quirky museums, grand galleries, powdery beaches, local brews and so much more.

  12. Day 12 PROVINCETOWN, MA 

    At the northern tip of Cape Cod, the first pilgrims from the Old World stepped off the Mayflower in 1620. Pilgrim Monument stretches high above the landscape overlooking the cerulean sprawl of the bay. The dense array of shops and restaurants on Commercial Street host a constant stream of visitors looking for the best of Cape Cod’s seafood and souvenirs. From multicolored murals to sunny decks on which to sit a spell, this spot feels like a slice of paradise.

  13. Day 13 BOSTON, MA 

    Boston is ubiquitous. As the Cradle of Modern America, it birthed a revolution. Laced in legacy and a world of cultures, the city has stories to tell. Follow the red-brick road along the Freedom Trail, and admire the zenith of colonial history and modern innovation. Cobblestone walkways, civic landmarks and classic architecture sit pretty to reveal authentic Americana from the perspective of one of the oldest cities in the United States. From bookstore and boutique to street performer, Boston is groundbreaking.

  14. Day 14 PORTLAND, ME 

    On a peninsula in Casco Bay, this darling of the Pine Tree State – formerly its capital – lends urban sensibility to the wild splendor of the craggy coastline beyond. At the Old Port waterfront, restaurants and revelry now fill the 19th-century warehouses. Stroll along cobblestone streets and breathe in the fresh scent of the sea. Perhaps catch the strains of some bluegrass or blues from a nearby bar while hardworking fishermen on the wharves catch the next day’s lunch. At Cape Elizabeth just to the south, the Portland Head Light stands as a beacon to the ocean’s travelers.

  15. Day 15 BAR HARBOR, ME 

    The sunrise greets this magical port on Mount Desert Island before any other place in America during fall. An encircling landscape of granite gorgeously sculpted by eons is the breathtaking backdrop for a community rooted in tradition and a true sense of place. In Acadia National Park, standing on the rare crushed-shell surface of Sand Beach affords a panorama of nature’s pageantry, from pink granite to towering evergreen. Soak in some Downeast hospitality on a traditional lobster boat tour optional premium experience. As seals laze on jutted rocks, we make our way to commune with Cadillac Mountain – the East Coast’s highest peak.

  16. Day 16 DAY AT SEA 

    Scenic Sailing on the Atlantic Ocean

    Ah, another day on the vast Atlantic Ocean – a day to rise with the sun and meet with friends in the restaurant of your choosing over breakfast…or sleep in and order room service. Gather in the Compass Lounge for snacks and games…or take in the view from deck with your favorite cocktail in hand. This day is yours to craft as you desire.

  17. Day 17 HALIFAX, NS 

    Coastal living, rugged wilderness and urban polish converge around Nova Scotia’s capital. Drink in the lively mix of historic and modern in the beating heart of this lively seaport. Bustling streets slope down toward indigo brine and oceanic splendor, stretching east into oblivion. Bathe in botanical beauty at the Public Gardens. The fortified summit of Citadel Hill – never needed for actual protection – stands as a testament to the peaceful nature of the nation. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 offer their own remarkable perspectives.


Victory I and Victory II – 

Agile and Elegant Small Ships, Perfectly Suited to Coastal Cruising

The indisputable joy of sailing is brought to life on the Victory I and II, agile small ships that easily navigate canals and locks, tranquil bays, and hidden ports where larger ships dare not go. Onboard, fresh, modern design tips its hat to our maritime past as spacious, open-air lounges, inviting dining venues, and generous windows ensure you never miss a chance to savor the view.

Classic private staterooms and elegant public spaces make the Victory I and Victory II feel like home away from home. Find comfort and peace of mind with electronic safes and individual climate control in each cabin. It’s easy to unwind in provided robes and slippers, premium mattresses and 100% Egyptian cotton bedding. Keep up to date – or just entertained– with your in-room flat-screen television. Personal service and daily housekeeping caters to your preferences.

With a caring crew of 90 pampering no more than 200 guests, you’ll feel at home from the moment you step on board. Whether it’s a favorite cocktail served to you on deck, hot coffee delivered to your room,  or the delicate chocolate on your pillow ensuring sweet dreams, serving you is our pleasure. Throughout the ship, “free flowing” beverages are available 24 hours a day and 24-hour room service is just a phone call away.

Aboard the VICTORY I and II, you’ll often travel in the company of engaging specialists focusing on areas such as: marine biology, naval history, ornithology and geology who share their expertise freely in presentations and impromptu discussions throughout your journey. In port, shore excursions with knowledgeable local guides provide meaningful opportunities to uncover the rich history, unique wildlife, and fascinating cultures of the destinations you visit.

Fast Facts:

  • Date Launched/Rebuilt: 1995/2015
  • Length: 286 ft
  • Beam: 50 ft
  • Draft: 13.5 ft
  • Tonnage: 4954 t
  • Cruise Speed: 12 knots
  • Total Staff: 90
  • Passenger Capacity: 200
  • Registry: Bahamas
  • Mast Height: 197 ft

Onboard Amenities:

  • Premium mattresses | 100% Egyptian cotton bedding
  • In-room electronic safe
  • Individual climate control
  • LCD flat-screen television (satellite)
  • Hair dryer and make-up mirror
  • Alarm clock
  • Ensuite telephone
  • 24-hour room service
  • Bottled mineral water, replenished daily
  • “Free flow” beverage service
  • Complimentary unlimited WiFi
  • Daily housekeeping, nightly turndown
  • Certified medical doctor on board
  • Salon on board


All accommodations are air-conditioned and fitted with TV, telephone, hairdryers, mini-fridge, central music, and public address system and safe boxes. The fully equipped bathrooms are finished with marble.


OWNER’S SUITE: This ocean-view suite boasts sweeping views, interior and exterior entrances, a semi-private terrace, one queen bed and one sofa-bed, a sitting area, a complimentary mini bar (restocked daily), an in-room safe, evening canapés, complimentary laundry service and fresh fruit daily.

  • 335 sq. ft.
  • Semi-private terrace
  • Queen bed
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Interior and exterior entrances
  • Triple accommodation
  • Furnished sitting area with a sofa-bed and dining table
  • Deck 3


Category AA Stateroom: Enjoy an ocean view with direct access to the open-air deck and outdoor seating.

  • 161 sq. ft.
  • Direct access to the open-air Promenade Deck
  • Queen bed or two single beds
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Writing desk
  • Deck 4


Category A Stateroom: This spacious ocean-view stateroom offers three windows from which to take in the ever-changing landscape.

  • 185 sq. ft.
  • Queen bed or two single beds
  • Writing desk
  • Deck 3, Staterooms 349 and 350 and Staterooms 303 and 304


Category B Stateroom: This ocean-view stateroom provides sweeping panoramic views.

  • 146 sq. ft.
  • Queen bed or two single beds
  • Deck 3
  • Staterooms 320, 322, 345 and 346 have fixed twin beds, and are not convertible into a double or queen bed.


Category C Stateroom: Enjoy your ocean view in this elegant stateroom.

  • 152 sq. ft.
  • Queen bed or two single beds
  • Decks 2 and 3
  • Staterooms 211 and 213 are connecting
  • Staterooms 347 and 348 have fixed twin beds, and are not convertible into a double or queen bed.


Category D Stateroom: This ocean-view stateroom provides the perfect sanctuary.

  • 158 sq. ft.
  • Queen bed or two single beds
  • Deck 1
  • Staterooms 103 and 104 have fixed twin beds, and are not convertible into a double or queen bed.


Category E Stateroom: Relax in the comfort of this ocean-view stateroom.

  • 160 sq. ft.
  • Queen bed
  • Deck 1
  • Staterooms 101 and 102 have fixed queen beds.