11-night Roundtrip Amelia Island Cruise

Cruise Line:
American Queen Voyages
Ship:
Ocean Voyager
Destination:
Roundtrip Amelia Island (Fernandina Beach)
Departure Date:
1/2/2023
Length:
11
Offer ID:
1414908
from
$4899

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Itinerary

Destination
Arrival
Departure
Land Tour: Jacksonville
1/2/2023
1/2/2023

Jacksonville is one of Florida's major industrial, commercial and cultural centers, and offers sun-soaked conditions year-round. Recreational opportunities abound in Jacksonville, with water sports, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding being some of the more popular activities. Headquarters of the Professional Golf Association (PGA), famous golfers make Jacksonville their home and training ground. The Jacksonville Zoological Gardens is an excellent example of an ecologically aware zoo. And, the Museum of Science and History has a fascinating display on manatees and dolphins as well as an excellent Civil War collection.

Land Tour: Jacksonville
1/3/2023
1/3/2023

Jacksonville is one of Florida's major industrial, commercial and cultural centers, and offers sun-soaked conditions year-round. Recreational opportunities abound in Jacksonville, with water sports, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding being some of the more popular activities. Headquarters of the Professional Golf Association (PGA), famous golfers make Jacksonville their home and training ground. The Jacksonville Zoological Gardens is an excellent example of an ecologically aware zoo. And, the Museum of Science and History has a fascinating display on manatees and dolphins as well as an excellent Civil War collection.

Cruise Starts (Embarkation)
1/3/2023
1/3/2023

No information currently available.

Fernandina Beach
1/3/2023
1/3/2023

Fernandina Beach - located on Amelia Island, the northernmost barrier island of Florida - is a historic bay-side town which boasts a 50-square-block area of gorgeous Victorian, Queen Anne, and Italianate homes listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The town of Fernandina Beach dates from the post-Civil War period. In the late 19th century, Amelia Island's timber, phosphate, and naval-stores industries boomed. Back then, the town was an active seaport, with 14 foreign consuls in residence. You'll see (and occasionally smell) the paper mills that still stand near the small seaport here. The island experienced another economic explosion in the 1970s and 1980s, when real-estate developers built condominiums, cottages, and two big resorts on the island's southern end. In recent years, Fernandina Beach has seen another big boom, this time in bed-and-breakfast establishments.

Savannah
1/4/2023
1/4/2023

Savannah offers fun for all ages. The city overflows with Southern hospitality, striking historical landmarks and flourishing gardens. There are gorgeous beaches on nearby Tybee Island, museums, culture, and much more. Savannah is a city with a flair for luring thousands of visitors each year. Tons of beaches line Tybee Island's coastline, ranging from the surfer's beach to the family beach to the private romantic beaches hidden away from the crowds. Savannah has a little something for everyone. For the city lover, there are squares for strolling and expansive porches for rocking. For the athlete, there's a bustling Southside filled with recreational challenges. For seafaring guests, the rivers, slat-water creeks and glistening Atlantic Ocean beckon. For those who are just here to get away for the weekend and have a good time, Savannah offers an unbelievable nightlife with outrageous nightclubs, live concerts, professional sports, theatrical performances and more.

Savannah
1/5/2023
1/5/2023

Savannah offers fun for all ages. The city overflows with Southern hospitality, striking historical landmarks and flourishing gardens. There are gorgeous beaches on nearby Tybee Island, museums, culture, and much more. Savannah is a city with a flair for luring thousands of visitors each year. Tons of beaches line Tybee Island's coastline, ranging from the surfer's beach to the family beach to the private romantic beaches hidden away from the crowds. Savannah has a little something for everyone. For the city lover, there are squares for strolling and expansive porches for rocking. For the athlete, there's a bustling Southside filled with recreational challenges. For seafaring guests, the rivers, slat-water creeks and glistening Atlantic Ocean beckon. For those who are just here to get away for the weekend and have a good time, Savannah offers an unbelievable nightlife with outrageous nightclubs, live concerts, professional sports, theatrical performances and more.

Charleston, SC
1/6/2023
1/6/2023

Charleston is one of America's favorite destinations with beautifully preserved architectural and historic treasure, and a rich heritage. There are exciting and educational amusements, museums, great dining, luxurious accommodations, golf, and outdoor recreation second to none. Tree lined streets, beautiful homes, and breathtaking parks and gardens abound in Charleston. Some of the more popular attractions are White Point Gardens and the Waterfront Park. Some other must see attractions include the new South Carolina Aquarium, Provost Dungeon, Gibbes Museum and the Old Exchange. Visitors are constantly amazed at the quality and variety of attractions, restaurants and shopping that can be enjoyed here.

Port Royal
1/7/2023
1/7/2023

No information currently available.

Beaufort, SC
1/7/2023
1/7/2023

Some 30 miles north of Hilton Head Island, Beaufort is an old seaport with narrow streets shaded by huge live oaks and lined with 18th-century homes. This was the second area in North America to be discovered by the Spanish (1520), the site of the first fort on the continent (1525), and the first attempted settlement (1562).

Beaufort has been used as a setting for several films, including The Big Chill. Scenes from the Paramount blockbuster Forrest Gump, starring Tom Hanks, and The Prince of Tides were also shot here.

Brunswick (Jekyll Island)
1/8/2023
1/8/2023

The gateway to the Golden Isles is a sleepy town not quite awake to the tourism potential of its antique houses, palms, flowering shrubs, and moss-draped live oaks. Brunswick has always been an important port, with a natural harbor that can handle oceangoing ships. Today you'll find a large fleet of shrimp boats -- the town bills itself as the "shrimp capital of the world."

Jekyll Island was the winter home of America's rich and famous for 56 years. Vanderbilts and Rockefellers, Morgans and Astors, Macys, Pulitzers, and Goodyears all closed their Fifth Avenue mansions and retreated to the serenity of this island.

Jacksonville
1/9/2023
1/9/2023

Jacksonville is one of Florida's major industrial, commercial and cultural centers, and offers sun-soaked conditions year-round. Recreational opportunities abound in Jacksonville, with water sports, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding being some of the more popular activities. Headquarters of the Professional Golf Association (PGA), famous golfers make Jacksonville their home and training ground. The Jacksonville Zoological Gardens is an excellent example of an ecologically aware zoo. And, the Museum of Science and History has a fascinating display on manatees and dolphins as well as an excellent Civil War collection.

Scenic Cruising
1/10/2023
1/10/2023

No information currently available.

Freeport
1/11/2023
1/11/2023

Where Nassau is a blend of the old and new, Freeport/Lucaya is a modernistic planned city, and is situated on the the Bahamas' second most popular tourist destination: the Island of Grand Bahama. Grand Bahama Island has long stretches of deserted clean-white beaches, inviting hotels, one major casino, night-time entertainment and world-class scuba diving facilities and land and sea sports. Freeport is the resort center of the Island where the action can be found. On the eastern and western ends of the Island are serene and quaint settings and finding hide-away spots is not uncommon. Shopping is also a feature as one can stroll through Port Lucaya and discover treasures from around the world. For those into nature, Grand Bahama is also home to one of the oldest underwater cave systems in the world, situated at the Lucayan National Park. Grand Bahama offers the best of modern luxury and places to get away from it all.

Port Canaveral
1/12/2023
1/12/2023

The main attraction in Port Canaveral is the Kennedy Space Center, featuring exhibits and an IMAX theater which takes you through the entire history of America's space program— complete with a space launch from start to finish. Or, travel to nearby Orlando, home to more theme parks than anywhere else on earth - including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.

Fernandina Beach
1/13/2023
1/13/2023

Fernandina Beach - located on Amelia Island, the northernmost barrier island of Florida - is a historic bay-side town which boasts a 50-square-block area of gorgeous Victorian, Queen Anne, and Italianate homes listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The town of Fernandina Beach dates from the post-Civil War period. In the late 19th century, Amelia Island's timber, phosphate, and naval-stores industries boomed. Back then, the town was an active seaport, with 14 foreign consuls in residence. You'll see (and occasionally smell) the paper mills that still stand near the small seaport here. The island experienced another economic explosion in the 1970s and 1980s, when real-estate developers built condominiums, cottages, and two big resorts on the island's southern end. In recent years, Fernandina Beach has seen another big boom, this time in bed-and-breakfast establishments.

Itinerary subject to change without notice. Please confirm itinerary at time of booking.

Fares quoted are in U.S. dollars, are per person and do not include air or land transportation. Port charges, government fees/taxes are additional and not included in the fare.

Departure Date:
1/2/2023
Number of Nights
11
Cruise Inclusions:
  • Complimentary Pre-Cruise Hotel Overnight Stay
  • Complimentary Open Bars and lounges throughout the vessel
  • Complimentary Shore Excursions
  • Complimentary Internet Service
  • Masterful Regional Cuisine
  • Lively Cabaret Entertainment, Story Telling & Lectures
  • Discovery-designed Small Ship
Remarks:
Prices are cruise-only, per person, based on double occupancy (unless otherwise noted). Taxes, port fees and gratuities are additional.

All fares are quoted in US Dollars.



All prices per person and in USD unless otherwise stated.
Offer ID:
1414908

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Company Info

House of Travel
17813 Biscayne Blvd.
Aventura, FL 33160
(305) 931-3002