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Where Are We Going?

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Sunday, November 13 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND (Overnight)

Start your journey in Baltimore, a great maritime city alive with excitement, colonial history, and a busy harbor scene. Explore the decks of legendary ships and the cobblestone streets of the charming waterfront Inner Harbor. Cruise past Fort McHenry, where the battle that inspired Francis Scott Key's "Star-Spangled Banner" was fought.

Monday, November 14 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND

A Maryland metropolitan that has served as a significant seaport for over a century. At your leisure, enjoy the opportunity to shop, dine at sea-side crab shacks, and visit attractions such as the National Aquarium.

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Tuesday, November 15 - YORKTOWN/WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA

Step back in time in a town that transformed the history of a nation. Yorktown is known for its monumental battlefields, authentic colonial homes, and storied past. Discover museum exhibits, recreated Continental Army camps and restored homes from the 1700s. Also visit Colonial Williamsburg, once the political and economic center of the Virginia Colony, today, the world's premier living history site.

Excursions & Entertainment

Crisfield Walking Excursion

Tangier Island Ferry & History Museum, Complimentary Excursion

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Wednesday, November 16 - CRISFIELD, MARYLAND/TANGIER, VIRGINIA

Settled in 1608 by Captain John Smith, the charming island of Tangier retains many customs and much of the appearance of an earlier era. Stroll through the delightful village, crab shanties, shops, and unique homes, on a personalized guided walking tour of the "Blue Crab Capital of the World."

Excursions & Entertainment

Colonial Williamsburg Walking Exploration

Historic Yorktown Trolley Walk & Ride - Complimentary Excursion

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Thursday, November 17- CAMBRIDGE, MARYLAND/OXFORD, MARYLAND

Cambridge is an authentic Chesapeake town known for its rich history, beautiful buildings, and vibrant arts scene. Sail on an authentic skipjack or visit the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge and witness the diverse wildlife and shorebirds that inhabit the area. Explore Oxford, a charming coastal village and one of the oldest towns in America. Discover its rich maritime history, with houses dating back to the late 1600s, fascinating museums, and the original Oxford-Bellevue Ferry.

Excursions & Entertainment

Skipjack Nathan Sailing Adventure

Choptank River Lighthouse Exploration

Historic Oxford Walking Exploration

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Experience

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Friday, November 18 - ST. MICHAELS, MARYLAND

Stroll along the waterfront of St. Michaels, or peruse the charming gift shops and boutiques on tree-lined Talbot Street. As you dock at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, once a famed shipbuilding village, get a glimpse into life in the 1800s.

Excursions & Entertainment

St. Michaels Walking Exploration

Winnie Estelle Environmental Cruise

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

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Saturday, November 19 - ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND

This 18th-century port pleasingly preserves its Colonial American charm. With city streets boasting thousands of historic buildings in several different architectural styles, Annapolis is often called a "museum without walls."
This vibrant city is also home to the United States Naval Academy, a National Historic Landmark.

Excursions & Entertainment

U.S. Naval Academy Experience

Annapolis City Exploration

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Sunday, November 20 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND

Your historic journey ends where it began, in the vibrant city of Baltimore. Enjoy breakfast on board before starting your travels home, or stay an extra day or two to explore this fascinating city at your leisure.

 

Excursions & Entertainment

U.S. Naval Academy Experience