There's something about small ship cruising that brings out the explorer in you. An it usually starts the moment you slip into your first port, step off the ship and take a look around. You notice that the port doesn't seem to be bracing itself for a crush of tourists.
It's the power of treading lightly. Of going beyond the usual tourist meccas. It's exploration, the way it should be. When you cruise on a small ship, you'll meet the locals. Not a souvenir booth on a pier. You'll share a few laughs, and maybe even lunch! They're the kind of experiences you can only have when you get to know a place through its people.
Nantucket Island Lighthouse
Singer Castle in the Thousand Islands
Greeted with song and dance from the city of Cleveland, OH.
Inside The Breakers Mansion, Newport, RI.
Passengers enjoying top deck views.
Quaint cottages on Martha's Vineyard, MA.
Bird watching along the marshes of North Carolina
The Saguenay River
Getting an up close view of the Statue of Liberty. New York City, NY.
The Erie Canal
Block Island Eco Kayak Tour
Carriage rides in Charleston, South Carolina.
4th of July Fireworks on the top deck. Mackinac Island, MI.
Entertainment from local musicians in Belize
Sailboats in Buffalo
Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium, Beaufort, North Carolina
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