|Warren, RI – February
2018 / Newsmaker Alert / The
Fourth of July is one celebration that New Englanders take very seriously-
and it’s never just a day long. Back by popular demand, Blount
Small Ship Adventures launches yet another cruise over the 4th
of July holiday. This year, the cruise will be departing round trip
from Boston visiting the historic ports of Plymouth, Newburyport, Salem,
Martha’s Vineyard and Provincetown. This 8 day cruise will run from July
1 - July 8 with the option of 1 day onboard early arrival in Boston. The
departure date is running a sale through end of February for 20% off, with
savings up to $1,479 per cabin.
are excited to be departing out of Boston during one of the most celebrated
times of the year and the ports we will be visiting in Massachusetts are
full of history and colonial charm,” said President Nancy Blount. With
the ability to explore ports at their own leisure, passengers will be able
to enjoy the holiday celebrations both on and off the vessel with a Red,
White and Blue themed party on the Grande Mariner’s top deck. For dining,
a variety of New England seafood will be served from a traditional New
England clam boil to lobster on the menu throughout the cruise. The 84-passenger
vessel plans to be in Salem, MA for the 4th of July and weather permitting
will be in position to view fireworks. Onboard historian John Quarstein
will accompany passengers on this Massachusetts sampler itinerary to narrate
the historical significance of each port.
In addition to this itinerary, Blount offers both 7 day and 4 day cruises throughout the New England Islands departing in June and July. A shallow draft enables docking at remote ports where only private yachts dock. Access to unique ports gives passengers the chance to travel like explorers, immersing themselves in the local culture, for a truly authentic and casual experience that feels like travelling on a friend’s yacht.
Blount (www.blountsmallshipadventures.com) cruises include three meals daily with menus that are fresh, creative and often reflect the local cuisine, complimentary beer and wine with lunch and dinner, refreshments and snacks 24-hours a day, a BYOB policy, and organized optional excursions.