Today, the city embraces its colorful past while thriving as a modern metropolis.
Every port on this 14-night, grand coastal tour will give you a unique glimpse of America.
The East Coast Inland Passage, comprised of connecting rivers, bays, estuaries, and canals, will allow guests to fully appreciate the unspoiled beauty of some of the most preserved areas in the country.
From the unique vantage point of a small ship, discover the soaring birds and wildlife that call this passage their home.
Cruise the East Coast Inland Passage and through a rich past that has influenced the shape of our country since the days of early exploration.
Take a ride through the 320 years of Norfolk's lovely historic district and restored areas.
The tour will also stop at the Mac Arthur Memorial, a memorial celebrating Army General Douglas Mac Arthur, one of the most controversial figures in American history. Learn about its illustrious history as a battleship during WWII.
Battleship Wisconsin Take a self-guided audio tour of the 5-star-rated Battleship Wisconsin, one of the last battleships ever commissioned by the U. Website Chrysler Museum of Art Discover and admire a large collection of exhibits at this museum, which also features two historic houses – The Moses Meyers House and The Norfolk History Museum at the Willoughby-Baylor House.
Experience the elegance of a restored southern mansion, the solemn serenity of a Civil War battlefield, and the sheer enormity of a plantation and the secrets it holds.
Baltimore is a great American city, bustling with excitement, colonial history and a rejuvenated maritime spirit.
Explore its history aboard the decks of celebrated ships and on the cobbled streets of the charming waterfront Inner Harbor, or visit Fort Mc Henry, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to pen "The Star-Spangled Banner".
Located at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk has enjoyed a dramatic history dating back to 1607, when British settlers first arrived to America's shores.