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2019 Hudson River & Coastal Fall Foliage

9 Days, 8 Nights | Price Starting at $2,749.00

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Come home with us! This 9 day itinerary finishes the Grand Mariner's cruising season and we want you there to take her home. We set sail from the 'city that never sleeps' up the Hudson River stopping along in all the striking Fall towns along the way. Troy, Highland, Newburgh and Catskill are the ideal ports for getting one-of-a-kind fall foliage views. The adventure doesn't stop there. Cruise back down towards New England on the Long Island Sound, where more brilliantly colored trees await you. 

When in New England, you'll find old-time charm at colonial ports framed by deeply hued flora and fauna. Cruise the scenic waterways that take you from scenic Mystic to our quaint home port in Warren. 

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Waterways Navigated


ADVENTURE DAY-BY-DAY

New York, NY

Considered by many to be the cultural, financial and media capital of the world, board our vessel at Chelsea Piers. Spend the day exploring the city. Visit the eclectic markets and shops in Chelsea or venture to the acclaimed museums on the Upper East Side.

Newburgh, NY

After cruising past the Hudson’s dramatic Palisades, tour the amazing U.S. Military Academy
campus.* Take some time to explore this transportation hub. Situated between Albany and New York City, Newburgh was once an industrial feat that produced fabrics, tools, furniture and more. In fact, Newburgh was the second city to boast electric lights on city streets. After a series of prosperous years as well as unfortunate ones, today Newburgh is home to a slew of new local antique shops, galleries and bakeries.

Catskill, NY

Once a town of only ten houses, explore the city on the other side of the Rip Van Winkle Bridge. Home of Dutchman's Landing, a port with access to the Hudson, Catskill has been home to some noteworthy historical figures. 8th president of the United States, Martin van Buren, was married here and congressman John Adams died here. Thomas Cole, who started the Hudson River School, was also a longtime resident. He is honored by the Cole House, where tours are available.

Troy, NY

Famed for its 19th century architecture, the city is a gateway to the Erie Canal. Troy is noted for a wealth of Victorian architecture downtown and elaborate private homes in various neighborhoods. This city boasts several churches with a concentrated collection of stained glass windows by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Troy is also home to the world renowned "Troy Music Hall", formerly "Troy Savings Bank Music Hall" dating from the 1870s, in this facility, there are nothing but superb acoustics. Troy is also famous for being a gateway to the Erie Canal.

Highland Park, NY

Experience Walkway over the Hudson, the world’s longest elevated pedestrian bridge with breathtaking views 212 feet above water. Having been remodeled in 2009, this industrial feat is now a National Park. While strolling on the Walkway, you may look North to the Catskill Mountains or South to the Hudson Highlands, both are major sights to behold. 

Mystic, CT

Explore the historical seaport village of Mystic, home to the nation’s leading maritime museum. This port is a major New England tourism destination. Mystic Aquarium, while also doing groundbreaking marine research, is a popular stop for all ages looking to engage with all kinds of wildlife. 

Newport, RI

It's hard to day what Newport is best known for. From it's famed bridge, celebrity sightings to historic mansions, Newport has a number of claims to fame. While you're stopped here, enjoy a stroll around the city, take in the views of colonial era houses and maybe pass by one of the universities located here. You may opt to tour the Newport mansions or cruise by the summer homes of former presidents John Kennedy and Dwight Eisenhower. 

Fall River, MA & Bristol, RI

Hosting the largest collection of World War II naval vessels, Fall River was also once the largest textile producing center in the U.S. Today, this city is better known for it's Portuguese heritage and ghost stories. Head now, to Bristol, RI, home of the oldest celebrated Independence Day festivities in the U.S. The streets are lined with red, white and blue year round! Here is also where the university named for Rhode Islands founder, Roger Williams, is held. 

Warren, RI

Blount’s headquarters is in Warren, RI which is also known as one of Rhode Island’s eclectic antique and arts villages. Enjoy the local cuisine on Water Street or drive into Providence and take in the modest city scape.

Pricing

Category I
$2,749.00
Category II
$3,839.00
Category III
$3,989.00
Category IV
$4,259.00
Category III Singles
$5,079.00
Port Charges
$185.00

Departure Dates

Embark: New York, NY
Oct 20, 2019
Disembark: Warren, RI
Oct 28, 2019

The Grande Mariner

Your small ship adventure is a personal and casual one- like cruising on a friend’s yacht.

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Includes shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hair dryer, fresh towels daily

 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Troy, NY
Fall foliage on the Hudson River
Pilot house being lowered in Troy, NY
Small boat passes the Statue of Liberty
Vessel cruises past West Point Academy
Blount's vessel travels on the Hudson River during peak fall foliage season
Statue of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at FDR Museum and Library
Lighthouse seen along the Hudson River from the vessel
Sunset in Newport, RI
Iron gate leading to the famous Newport Mansions
The Grand Caribe passes the Statue of Liberty on the Hudson River
Vessel docked at the shipyard in Warren, RI

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