STAR COLLECTOR: EASTERN SEABOARD GRAND TOUR

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Star Collector: Eastern Seaboard Grand Tour

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Oct 11 Thu
6:00 PM
Oct 12 Fri
9:00 AM
11:59 PM
Oct 13 Sat
12:01 AM
5:00 PM
Oct 14 Sun
At Sea
Oct 15 Mon
7:00 AM
2:00 PM
Oct 16 Tue
1:00 PM
9:00 PM
Oct 17 Wed
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Oct 18 Thu
7:00 AM
10:00 PM
Oct 19 Fri
At Sea
Oct 20 Sat
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
Oct 21 Sun
9:00 AM
6:00 PM
Oct 21 Sun
9:00 PM
11:00 PM
Oct 22 Mon
7:00 AM
3:00 PM
Oct 23 Tue
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
Oct 24 Wed
8:00 AM
3:00 PM
Oct 25 Thu
3:00 PM
5:00 PM
Oct 25 Thu
11:00 PM
11:59 PM
Oct 26 Fri
12:01 AM
5:00 PM
Oct 27 Sat
9:00 AM
5:00 PM
Oct 28 Sun
At Sea
Oct 29 Mon
At Sea
Oct 30 Tue
10:00 AM
10:00 PM
Oct 31 Wed
At Sea
Nov 1 Thu
At Sea
Nov 2 Fri
8:00 AM
2:00 PM
Nov 3 Sat
7:00 AM
THU OCT 11
TO 6:00 PM Montreal

day 1 Montreal, Quebec, Canada


montreal quebec canada
Montreal is full of interesting architecture and is considered by many to be the creative capital of Canada. Named a UNESCO City of Design, Montreal attractions include Basilique Notre-Dame, Stade Olympique, Canal de Lachine, Old Montreal, and Habitat 67. Enjoy a meal at one of the terraced cafes of Plateau Mont-Royal and make sure you try Kamouraska lamb, Arctic char and poutine.
FRI OCT 12
9:00 AM TO 11:59 PM Quebec City

day 2 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada


quebec city canada
A focal point of French culture and one of North America’s oldest and most beautiful cities, Quebec City sits above the St. Lawrence River on a rocky spur with 328-foot cliffs. This French-speaking city was established in 1608 with the only fortified city walls remaining in America north of Mexico, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage City. The Old Town is packed with museums, cobblestone streets and mansard-roofed houses begging to be explored. Other historic attractions include the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac, Notre Dame Basilica, Battlefields Park and Terrasse Dufferin.
SAT OCT 13
12:01 AM TO 5:00 PM Quebec City

day 3 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada


quebec city canada
A focal point of French culture and one of North America’s oldest and most beautiful cities, Quebec City sits above the St. Lawrence River on a rocky spur with 328-foot cliffs. This French-speaking city was established in 1608 with the only fortified city walls remaining in America north of Mexico, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage City. The Old Town is packed with museums, cobblestone streets and mansard-roofed houses begging to be explored. Other historic attractions include the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac, Notre Dame Basilica, Battlefields Park and Terrasse Dufferin.
MON OCT 15
7:00 AM TO 2:00 PM Gaspe

day 5 Gaspe, Quebec, Canada


gaspe quebec canada
Four hundred miles northeast of Quebec City lies Gaspe, one of National Geographic’s Canada’s 50 Places of a Lifetime. This wonderful wilderness area is home to four national parks; Perce Rock; North America’s largest gannet colony; lighthouses and remarkable historic sites. Visit the modern cathedral built almost entirely of wood and make sure to try some of the local specialties such as French-styled lobsters and game.
TUE OCT 16
1:00 PM TO 9:00 PM Charlottetown

day 6 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada


charlottetown prince edward island canada
Charlottetown is the capital and largest city of Prince Edward Island where nearly half the population of the island resides.The picturesque city has a centrally planned downtown core of Victorian-era houses and building, walking trails and waterside boardwalks lined with craft and specialty shops, and restaurants with enticing local seafood and produce. Eleven National Historic Sites of Canada are located in Charlottetown including the Province House and the Confederation Centre of the Arts as well as being the inspiration for Anne of Green Gables.
WED OCT 17
8:00 AM TO 9:00 AM Canso Canal

day 7 Transit Canso Canal, Canada


canso canal canada
The Strait of Canso separates Cape Breton Island from mainland Nova Scotia. The short Canso Canal links Chedabucto Bay to Northumberland Strait and operates from April to mid-December. Work first began on the causeway in 1953 and was completed in 1955. The Canal is 79 feet wide, 1,870 feet long and 32 feet deep at low tide. At the south end of the lock is the Canso Canal Bridge, a 308-foot long swing bridge that carried the Trans-Canada Highway and railway across the canal.
THU OCT 18
7:00 AM TO 10:00 PM Halifax

day 8 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada


halifax nova scotia canada
The capital of Nova Scotia was ranked the 4th best place to live in Canada back in 2012. It is a city with more pubs and clubs per capita than any other Canadian city and even one of the mayors was a brewmaster. The boardwalk on the waterfront follows the water’s edge and is lined with unique shops. Halifax is home to the longest running saltwater ferry and a 200-year-old restored fishing village. Be sure to find time to try fabled donair (pita, meat and sauce), the official food of Halifax.
SAT OCT 20
7:00 AM TO 4:00 PM Bar Harbor

day 10 Bar Harbor, Maine


bar harbor maine
One of the best places to appreciate nature is found at Bar Harbor, with its stunning coastal beauty. Surrounded by Acadia National Park, with over 50 square miles of mountains, lakes, forests, soaring granite cliffs and amazing views, Bar Harbor’s laid-back atmosphere encourages relaxation and repose. Bar Harbor was the premier summer resort of the 19th century for some of America’s most powerful families like the Vanderbilts and the Rockefellers until the destructive 1947 fire. Visit the Abbe Museum, which showcases the Wabanaki Indians, the Dorr Museums of Natural History or the Bar Harbor Historical Society Museum.
SUN OCT 21
9:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Provincetown

day 11 Provincetown, Massachusetts


provincetown massachusetts
Affectionately known as P-town, Provincetown was the site of the landing of the Mayflower in 1620 and where the Pilgrims wrote America’s first constitution – “the Mayflower Compact.” This lovely seaside town is known for its beaches, the harbor, the large artists’ colony, and the tourist industry. Its narrow, vibrant streets offer a cosmopolitan mix of people, stores, and eateries. Sites to see include the towering Pilgrim Monument, Race Point Lighthouse, and the Provincetown Museum.
SUN OCT 21
9:00 PM TO 11:00 PM Cape Cod Canal

day 11 At Sea/ Transit Cape Cod Canal


cape cod canal
Seventeen-mile-long Cape Cod Canal is part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Construction began in 1909 and the canal was first used in 1914. At 540 feet wide, it is the widest canal in the world. Cape Cod Canal traverses the neck of land joining Cape Cod to the mainland and occasionally marine life like whales and dolphins can be seen frolicking in the waters. This transit is exclusive to small ships like ours.
MON OCT 22
7:00 AM TO 3:00 PM Newport

day 12 Newport, Rhode Island


newport rhode island
The seaside city of Newport is on Aquidneck Island, famous for the Newport Mansions of the late 19th century. Two of the most popular mansions are The Breakers and The Marble House, both owned by the Vanderbilt family. Sailing is extremely popular, with the America’s Cup frequently held here. Several soft-sand beaches offer respite for vacationers and delicious seafood comes straight from the ocean to your plate.
TUE OCT 23
7:00 AM TO 4:00 PM New York City

day 13 New York City, New York


new york city
The largest city in the United States, New York City sits at the mouth of the Hudson River and is made up of five boroughs – Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx and Staten Island. It is the premier gateway for immigrants, with almost 800 languages spoken there. Full of attractions, its iconic sites include the Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park, The Museum of Modern Art, the Statue of Liberty and The Metropolitan Museum of Art to name just a few.
WED OCT 24
8:00 AM TO 3:00 PM Newport

day 14 Newport, Rhode Island


newport rhode island
The seaside city of Newport is on Aquidneck Island, famous for the Newport Mansions of the late 19th century. Two of the most popular mansions are The Breakers and The Marble House, both owned by the Vanderbilt family. Sailing is extremely popular, with the America’s Cup frequently held here. Several soft-sand beaches offer respite for vacationers and delicious seafood comes straight from the ocean to your plate.
THU OCT 25
3:00 PM TO 5:00 PM Chesapeake & Delaware Canal

day 15 Transit Chesapeake & Delaware Canal


Transit Chesapeake & Delaware Canal
The Chesapeake & Delaware Canal is one of the few fully sea-level shipping canals in the world. It is 14 miles long, 450 feet wide and 35 feet deep, connecting the Delaware River with Chesapeake Bay and spanned by 6 bridges with hiking and biking trails along most of its shoreline. Originally built in the 1820s, today’s canal is electronically controlled and carries 40 percent of all ship traffic in and out of Baltimore.
THU OCT 25
11:00 PM TO 11:59 PM Baltimore

day 15 Baltimore, Maryland


Baltimore, Maryland
A major city in Maryland, Baltimore has long been an important seaport. Fort McHenry, where The Star-Spangled Banner originated, sits at the mouth of the Inner Harbor. There is an abundance of things to do here. Iconic Mt. Vernon, Babe Ruth’s birthplace and museum, The USS Constellation, the National Aquarium, the Inner Harbor shops and maritime sites are all here with Washington D.C. only 90 minutes away.
FRI OCT 26
12:01 AM TO 5:00 PM Baltimore

day 16 Baltimore, Maryland


Baltimore, Maryland
A major city in Maryland, Baltimore has long been an important seaport. Fort McHenry, where The Star-Spangled Banner originated, sits at the mouth of the Inner Harbor. There is an abundance of things to do here. Iconic Mt. Vernon, Babe Ruth’s birthplace and museum, The USS Constellation, the National Aquarium, the Inner Harbor shops and maritime sites are all here with Washington D.C. only 90 minutes away.
SAT OCT 27
9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM Norfolk

day 17 Norfolk, Virginia


Norfolk, Virginia
The waterfront city of Norfolk is home to the world’s largest naval base and the Battleship USS Wisconsin. View world-class art at the Chrysler Museum, see maritime history at Nauticus, shop the historic downtown district, a delightful complex of waterfront shops, museums and restaurants, or stroll the miles of sandy beaches around Chesapeake Bay .
TUE OCT 30
10:00 AM TO 10:00 PM Bimini

day 20 Bimini, Bahamas


Bimini, Bahamas
Boasting miles of pristine beaches, Bimini is known as Ernest Hemingway’s favorite escape. Some believe Bimini Road is a remnant of the legendary lost city of Atlantis. Places to see include the Bimini Nature Trail,  the Healing Hole, a natural fresh water spring reported to have healing properties and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial displayed at the Bimini Craft Center.
FRI NOV 2
8:00 AM TO 2:00 PM Samana

day 23 Samana, Dominican Republic


Samana, Dominican Republic
Lovely Samana is an environmental treasure. Untamed, with plenty of coves, bays, mountains, waterfalls and diverse geography zones where nature abounds. The protected natural area known as Los Haitises National Park is home to two endemic mammal species, the Hispaniolan hutia and the Hispaniolan solenodon along with numerous birds including the brown pelican, frigate birds, barn owls, stygian owls and Hispaniolan amazons. Its beaches are famous for body-boarding and wading.
SAT NOV 3
7:00 AM TO San Juan

day 24 San Juan, Puerto Rico


San Juan, Puerto Rico
The imposing fa├žade of El Morro fortress is just one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in San Juan. Admire the colorful colonial buildings from your casually elegant ship, docked right in the heart of Old San Juan. 

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