Savannah to Baltimore (Grande Mariner)

Savannah to Baltimore (Grande Mariner)

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Charming Savannah welcomes you to your 12 day cruise going from the coastal southern US to the historic mid Atlantic. Visit Charleston where the first shots of the Civil War were fired and often referred to as a living museum with cobblestone streets, pre-Civil War era houses, and iconic palmetto trees. Spend 4 days steeped in Naval history in the legendary cities of Norfolk, Yorktown, Annapolis and Baltimore. Visit the Norfolk Naval Base and the MacArthur Memorial. In Annapolis, Maryland’s capital, explore the US Naval Academy. In Baltimore, the birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, the vibrant Inner Harbor will delight you with tasty and world famous crab shacks as well as attractions like the War of 1812 warship the USS Constellation.

Trip Name
Savannah to Baltimore (Grande Mariner)
Vessel Type: Small Ship Cruise Length: 56m Passenger Capacity: 88 Built/ Refurbished : 1998 / 2010 She was refurbished in 2010, with totally new cabin configurations including new décor, new bathrooms, new furniture in the cabins, a renovated lounge, new décor, and brand new furniture. So if you want to take in a few rays on the sun deck, relax and enjoy the vista-view lounge, or just have a few quiet moments in your cabin as the sea drifts past your open picture window, the Grande Mariner is ready.


Day 1 - Savannah, GA
Spend the day enjoying the Southern charm of Savannah, Georgia. Throw on a pair of comfortable shoes and take a walk through Savannah’s streets and parks surrounded by beautiful oak trees. Explore the architecture and buildings or pick up a Visitor’s map and explore the most popular shops and restaurants in the area. Be prepared for the warm temperatures by packing some sunscreen and drinking a lot of water.
Day 2 - Beaufort, SC
This afternoon arrive back in Beaufort, the second-oldest city in South Carolina. Spend the day exploring places like The Kazoo Museum, which houses one of the world’s largest kazoo collections or take a carriage ride through Historical Beaufort. Some call Beaufort “America’s Best Art Towns” for its community art centers, galleries, art classes, theaters, and art conferences.
Day 3 - Charleston, SC
Arrive in charming Charleston, South Carolina where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Brimming with southern charm and breathtaking views, this city, often referred to as a living museum, is located on Charleston harbor. Here, cobblestone streets, pre-Civil War era houses, and iconic palmetto trees paint a portrait of the old South.
Day 4 - Georgetown, SC
Georgetown, widely accepted as the probable site of the first European settlements was at the center early American history. Today, the Georgetown Historic District is a picturesque, coastal town filled with buildings and sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can take in its southern charms on walking or tram tours, visit one of its four museums, or test your nerves on its famous ghost tours.
Day 5 - Southport, NC
Southport, at the mouth of the Cape Fear River was originally built around Fort Johnston, which was initially constructed to defend against pirates. Southport is steeped in history and beauty with much to discover, however no stop is complete without a visit to The Old Brunswick County Jail. Before the day is done, be sure to taste Southport's famous crab-cake sandwiches.
Day 6 - Beaufort, NC
Beaufort, nestled in among North Carolina's Outer Banks, is the site where famed pirate, Blackbeard, ran his flagship aground near Beaufort Inlet. Today, the Southern Banks are the protected habitat of wild horses, believed to be descendants of the Spanish Mustangs, brought to America by conquistadores and trading vessels. Also not to be missed is the Beaufort Historic Site and NC Maritime Museum.
Day 7 - Day of Cruising
Spend the day on the water, cruising down the inland Intracoastal Waterway to Coinjock, North Carolina this morning. Locals believe that its name “Coinjock” is of Native American origin meaning “mulberries.”
Day 8 - Norfolk, VA
In this city known for music, antiques and history, enjoy a tour of the town and visit the Norfolk Naval Base and the MacArthur Memorial. Enjoy a city tour of Norfolk.
Day 9 - Yorktown, VA
Yorktown, VA is best known for its famous battle sites. Visit the site where General Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington in October 1781, bringing the American Revolution to an end. You may also visit the Yorktown Battlefield and Surrender Field and experience the American Revolution firsthand at the American Revolution Museum. Explore the shopping, dining, and antique outlets on the Yorktown waterfront.
Day 10 - Annapolis, MD
Experience four centuries of history on the streets of Maryland’s capital, Annapolis, MD. Explore the US Naval Academy or enjoy the art galleries in the Arts District. In the evening, discover the bars, restaurants, boutiques, and rooftop live music venues.
Day 11 - Baltimore, MD
Arrive in Baltimore, MD this morning, the birthplace of the U.S. national anthem. Sitting in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, this vibrant area will delight you with tasty and world famous crab shacks as well as attractions like the War of 1812 warship the USS Constellation and the National Aquarium.
Day 12 - Please Note:
Optional sightseeing tours are at an additional cost. All itineraries including ports, activities and routes are subject to change based on availability, weather, river, water levels and sea conditions.

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    • Ports Visited
    • Savannah, Beaufort, Charleston, Georgetown, Southport, Coinjock, Norfolk, Annapolis, Baltimore
    • Waterways Navigated
    • Savannah River, Beaufort River, Atlantic Coast, Atlantic ICW, Charleston Harbor, Winyah Bay, Cape Fear River, Beaufort River, Neuse River, Alligator-Pungo Canal, Alligator River, Albemarle Sound, Elizabeth River, Hampton Roads, Chesapeake Bay, York River, Baltimore Harbor