Published on : Monday, April 25, 2022
Ocean Navigator became the first American Queen Voyages vessel to call at Flynn Cruiseport Boston.
It is currently sailing the Eastern Seaboard on a 17-day Savannah to Halifax voyage en route to the Great Lakes.
On April 26, Ocean Navigator will open the Halifax cruise season, along with Norwegian Getaway.
The 202-passenger coastal ship is also scheduled to make its exclusive downtown Chicago Navy Pier debut on May 18.
Ocean Navigator was greeted by Massachusetts Port Authority Deputy Port Director Lauren Gleason, who toured the vessel, visiting with passengers, officers and crew.
New England is ideal for cruisers to explore by boutique coastal vessel and we are delighted to welcome Ocean Navigator to Flynn Cruiseport Boston, Gleason said.
Boston is the epicenter of the region as Flynn Crusieport Boston provides $135 million in annual economic impact and supports 2,200 jobs.
Our rich history, diverse cultural destinations and proximity to downtown Boston offers the encounter travel experiences American Queen Voyages passengers seek during their journey.
During their call, passengers explored the North End, Boston Common and other iconic parts of the city.
Sister ship Ocean Voyager will visit American Queen Voyages on April 24.
Great Ameri-Cation Sale
American Queen Voyages rolled out its Great Ameri-Cation Sale, available for 24 select voyages that depart between May and July across rivers, lakes, oceans and expedition experiences.
A companion sails free with fares starting at $1,200 per person. Bookings must be made by May 31.
Tags: American Queen Voyages, Flynn Cruiseport, Norwegian Getaway, Ocean Navigator
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