Ships On The Move

Blount Adventure Cruises' Grande Caribe New England, Hudson River, Erie Canal, Great Lakes
Blount Adventure Cruises - Boutique Cruise Ship Grande Caribe.

On Friday I saw a number of ships in unique positions. Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas was heading toward Cape Liberty Bayonne, NJ after completing a repositioning cruise in the Caribbean. She is arriving in New York to start her Spring, Summer and Fall cruise season and departed New York on Friday (5/17/19) on an 8-day Bermuda and Bahamas cruise. Her New York / New Jersey cruise season will include cruises to Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Florida, Bahamas and  New England / Canada.

At the same time, the Adventure of the Seas was heading to New York, the small cruise ship American Constitution of American Cruise Line was heading toward Boston for a series of New England / Canada Cruises before sailing to New York for a series of Fall Foliage Hudson River Cruises. The small ship carries approximately 175 guests in oversized suites. Focus of these cruises is on education and port exploration.

Another small ship – the Grande Caribe was heading to Philadelphia for a coastal cruise and will eventually make her way to New England to sail a series of New England / Canada cruises. Before coming to New York City. The Grande Caribe operates on a very unique itinerary which sails up the Hudson River though the Erie Canal and to the St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes. The Grande Caribe has a retractable bridge which allows the ship to sail under low bridges as she transverses the canal. The Grande Caribe carries 84 passengers and is one of the two ship of Blount Small Ship Adventure Cruises.


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