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Cruise the East Coast of North America from New York

Written by Julie Greiner
The east coast of North America is rich in history, romance and ethnic culture. There are varied cruises which leave directly from New York and travel north and south along the east coast. What a fantastic way to relax and pamper ourselves as we travel the country. Nothing like the salt air, lounging on a deck chair for sun, spend evenings in the casino, feasting on world renown cuisine and dancing till dawn. All this while sailing View of Visitors to the Freedom Trail in Boston from port to port and experiencing new and adventurous sights.

Port of Calls to Boston, Portland, Bar Harbor, Newport and Halifax

Newport, Rhode Island
is one of the United State's oldest towns and is home to the nation's oldest tavern. Boston is America's most historic city and has some of the finest nightclubs and theaters. Halifax, Nova Scotia has inviting sidewalk cafes, tree-lined streets, historic docks and home to the maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Bar Harbor, Maine is known for lobster, wild Maine blueberries and the Acadia National Park. Halifax's historic harbor and waterfront are filled with interesting fisheries and Spring Garden Road is a vibrant shopping district.

The Silver Whisper of the Silversea Line

The Silver Whisper is comparable to a European luxury boutique hotel. She carries 388 guests and 295 crew members in an elegantly, sophisticated New York Cruises to the East Coast atmosphere. All View of the Portlandhead Lighthouse in Maine suites are accommodated with marble baths, fine linens, most have private teak wood decks, Bvlgari boutique for on-board shopping, an exclusive full-service Mandara spa and you are served on silver and fine china. This is truly a luxury liner.

The Carnival Lines' Victory Ship

The Carnival Victory is 9-story, has glass elevators and a glass sky dome. She has 4 swimming pools, 7 whirlpools, a 214-foot waterslide and a Children's World with a virtual-realty arcade. The Victory is 893 feet in length, has 18 elevators, travels up to 21 knots, has13 passenger decks and offers non-smoking dining. There is dancing and entertainment till dawn and gourmet cuisine served in
4 separate restaurants. This is truly a luxury city afloat.

The Crystal Symphony by Crystal Cruises

When you cruise on the Crystal Symphony, there is no doubt you are residing in the life of luxury. The Crystal Symphony is a total of 940 feet in length, has 5 passenger decks, 2 swimming pools, 4 restaurants, 3 elevators and an award winning wine cellar. The cruise includes available services such as golf lessons with PGA pros, a full-service fitness facility, a Ceasar's Palace at Sea casino, lavish spa and non-smoking dining. The staterooms are spacious, have luxury appointments and half are available with private verandas.

Sail with the Seabourn Pride Yacht

The Seabourn Pride is an intimate yacht measuring 439 foot withNew York Cruises to the East Coast a crew of 150. The Pride was christened by Shirley Temple Black and completely refurbished in1997. The Pride has 104 outside rooms, 1 swimming pool, 3 elevators, 3 restaurants and one staff member for each guest. This 208-guest yacht features all-suite accommodations, many with balconies. Celebrity chef Charlie Parker has created 200 signature dishes just for the Pride. Guests have the choice of bistro-style dining at the Veranda Cafe, lunch al fresco at the Sky Bar grill and complimentary wines, spirits and French champagne from the House of Heidsieck with lunch and dinner.
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