|Monday June 10||Yorktown|
|Friday, Aug 9||American Glory|
|Friday, Aug 16||American Glory|
|Friday, Aug 30||American Glory|
|Friday, Sept 6||American Glory|
|Wed Sept 18||Yorktown|
|Saturday Oct 12||Yorktown|
400 years ago Samuel de Champlain landed in Gloucester and christened it Le Beauport for its beautiful harbor, sandy beaches and scenic rocky shores.
At the heart of Cape Ann (just 30 miles north of Boston), Gloucester remains both the oldest fishing community in the U.S. and home to the oldest art colony in North America.
Made famous by the The Perfect Storm, Gloucester retains its centuries-old, local charm and offers scores of attractions, over a dozen spectacular beaches and first-class services for the discerning traveler.
Passengers disembark at in the heart of the working waterfront easy walking distance to downtown shops, art galleries, museums and a fleet of boats offering whale watching trips, harbor tours, river cruises, schooner sailing, deep sea fishing adventures, and much more.
See dock pictured on a large satellite map here.