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American Cruise Lines is cruising out of Boston. Throughout the summer, their small ships visit beautiful small New England ports that the larger ships cannot. See the full list of ports of call and departures below.

American Cruise Lines ships are made in America and have an all-American crew. The staterooms are spacious with hotel-size private bathrooms, and some have balconies. The dining room accommodates all guests at once. Enjoy afternoon tea, complimentary cocktail hour, and evening entertainment.

Meals on board feature local specialties such as lobster, blueberry pie and chowder.


7-night Cape Codder cruises. Round-trip from Boston to Gloucester (Massachusetts), Plymouth (Massachusetts), Martha's Vineyard (Massachusetts), Newport (Rhode Island), New Bedford (Massachusetts) and Provincetown (Massachusetts).
• 2024 departures: May 13, May 20, May 27, June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24, July 4, July 11, July 18, July 25, July 27, August 3.

7-night Yankee Seaports cruises. One-way from Boston to New York. Visit Plymouth (Massachusetts), Newport (Rhode Island), Mystic (Connecticut), Old Saybrook (Connecticut), Sag Harbor (New York) and Port Jefferson (New York).
• 2024 departures: June 24, September 25, September 30, October 4, October 21.

10-night New England Explorer cruises. Round-trip from Boston to Portland (Maine), Rockland (Maine), Bar Harbor (Maine), Boothbay Harbor (Maine), Bath (Maine), Gloucester (Massachusetts), Newport (Rhode Island), Martha's Vineyard (Massachusetts) and Provincetown (Massachusetts).
• 2024 departures: June 17, June 27, July 7, July 17, July 27, August 6, August 16, August 26, September 5, September 15.

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