U. S. Atlantic Coast Cruises

From Florida to Maine and beyond, a U.S. Atlantic Coast cruise is going to give you a great opportunity to discover America. On this cruise you can visit bustling cities like Miami and Boston, where there are unending attractions such as South Beach and the Freedom Trail. You’ll also make stops in smaller ports like Newport, Rhode Island – a cozy town on the water that was home to some of the U.S.’s most wealthy – and Bar Harbor, Maine – a quiet port with stunning scenery and home to Acadia National Park. These cruises may also go into Canada to visit idyllic towns with lots of greenery and lighthouses. 

 

Things to Do on a Cruise to the US Atlantic Coast

 

As you cruise up or down the U.S. Atlantic Coast you’ll be visiting cities and towns with amazing attractions. Continue reading below for a selection of things to do that are sure to please everyone from the young to the young at heart:

 


US Atlantic Coast Breakers Mansion of Newport, Rhode Island
  • See the opulent Breakers, a mansion owned by the Vanderbilt family, when you visit Newport Rhode Island. This decadent summer “cottage” was the epitome of the American Dream at the turn of the century.
     
  • Roll up your pants and check out the beautiful sea glass at Sea Glass Beach in Hamilton, Bermuda. These colorful gems make for amazing photos and perfect souvenirs.
     
US Atlantic Coast Broadway in New York City
  • Spend an evening at a Sugar Shack. This is a house in Quebec where the sap from the maple trees is transformed into syrup. Here you’ll get a great meal and be entertained by local musicians
     
  • Experience all the razzle dazzle of Broadway when you visit New York City. You can catch a performance of a crowd-pleasing musical or go deep with a Tony-winning play.
     
US Atlantic Coast Beach chairs along South Beach, Miami
  • Lay out in the sun on Miami’s South Beach. This shoreline spot is a major draw for international visitors.
     
  • BThink you’re pretty smart? Well then you should go to Harvard. Take a tour of America’s oldest college when you visit Boston.
     

 

Map of the U.S. Atlantic Coast:

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U. S. Atlantic Coast: Cruise Lines

Cruises along the U.S. Atlantic Coast are offered on luxury ships. As you sail in and out of beautiful ports you’ll be able to fully unwind on these amazing ships while all your needs are met. 

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U. S. Atlantic Coast: Departure Ports

Currently there are two major ports from which to embark on a U.S. Atlantic Coast Cruise: New York and Montreal. Both of these ports are major cities that offer travelers a lot of transportation options and they also have lots of attractions. In New York you’ll find the expansive Central Park, the theater district and world renowned art museums like The Met and MoMa. In Montreal you also have great art and amazing history. You can view Napoleon’s famous hat at the Musee de Beaux-Arts Montreal. You can also descend underneath the city’s Museum of History to see the spot where the city was founded in 1642. 

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