Up to 30% off last minute New England cruises

June 24, 2016

Explore the New England islands like a local
at an unbeatable value of $280 pp per day.
Are your clients longing to see the islands of New England? Now is their chance for summer island hopping – Blount style!
A Blount cruise means discovering this scenic and historic area without the hassles of land vacations.
  1. No need to catch ferries or planes to the islands
  2. Sold out hotels or exorbitant rates if you can even get rooms?  You wont need to worry about that either.
  3. Stuck in one place?  Nope- with Blount you will see Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Block Island and Newport.

Plus rates are up to 30% off for travelers

At $279* a day per person for a category 2 cabin, travelers will not get a better value for a New England islands adventure that includes accommodations, 3 meals a day, entertainment and experiences!
A signature bow landing on Martha’s Vineyard and an
authentic New England clam bake on the beach.

Day 1: Cuttyhunk, MA
Day 2: Nantucket Island, MA
Day 3: Martha’s Vineyard
Day 4: New Bedford, MA
Day 5: Block Island, MA
Day 6: Newport, RI
Day 7: Warren, RI
Blogger Sherry Ott is on our Islands of New England cruise now. She is documenting her journey through social media. 
Bristol, RI
“First New England sunset is putting on a great show painting the sky with color! Due to weather and winds we had a change of itinerary and docked in Bristol, Rhode Island – where they have an outdoor concert tonight we are walking to. Good call captain John!” #BlountAdventure
Martha’s Vineyard, MA
“Picture perfect Oak Bluffs in Martha’s Vineyard. We docked all day at this famous island and learned about its history, architecture, politics, and Hollywood residents. Oh yes…and we ate lobster…lots of lobster.”
Nantucket, MA
“I woke up to a golden light beaming through my cabin window. I pulled the curtain back and saw this. I grabbed my camera, ran out on deck and enjoyed the sunrise all by myself at 5:30 a.m.”
Nantucket, MA
“There are 3 lighthouses on the island of Nantucket and I saw 2 of them today. There are treacherous sandbars around the island too so years ago they used to have numerous lightships – boats they sent out to the sandbars with lights on them. The men on those boats would be there 6 months at a time…and they took up basket weaving to pass the time! And that’s why Nantucket is famous for their basket! Life before smart phones tv’s…”
Nantucket, MA
“The thing that stood out to me on my first trip to Nantucket were the buildings. An entire island of the same houses and buildings – all covered in unpainted shingles that weather to a gray color. Only a limited number of colors used on the doors, and all have pitched roofs. Strict housing regulations keep the island this way and its one of the reasons Nantucket is so popular. It’s also why the island is often referred to as the Little Gray Lady of the Sea.”
Sherry will be continuing her adventures in the New England Islands and posting blogs on her website and social media channels.
Follow Sherry on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @ottsworld.
What’s next for Sherry on our New England Islands tour? 
A visit to a local oyster farm
Westport, MA
Get closer with Blount. This special tour includes a local New England oyster farm and Revolution lobster. Meet the lobstermen and oyster farmers that make your fresh seafood meals possible.
A tour of the New Bedford Whaling Museum
New Bedford, MA
This is a world-renowned museum that brings to life the rich history of the whaling industry and the city New Bedford.
A Block Island Nature 
Kayak Tour
Block Island, RI
This 2 hour tour meanders through the Great Salt Pond making stops to observe the local flora and fauna, to discuss topics such as aquaculture, water quality and environmental issues.  Hear stories about life on Block Island, recently voted one of America’s prettiest islands.
A sunset sail on an America’s Cup Charter yacht
Newport, RI
BSSA’s unique partnership with America’s Cup Charters in Newport, Rhode Island offers our passengers an option to experience sailing on one of the classics that competed for the America’s Cup, yachting’s most coveted prize!
These unrivaled yachts offer an incredible “hands-on” experience to those who want more interaction. No sailing experience is required.  The skilled professional crew on board welcomes the participation, or your choice to sit back, relax and just enjoy the ride.
A visit to the
Audrain Auto Museum
Newport, RI
The Audrain collection is comprised of  the rarest and most remarkable vehicles in history.  Based on the exhibit during time of visit, passengers will view fully restored vehicles ranging from the beginning of the 20th Century to modern day.
Save up to U$930
per person.
Discount ends 6/30/16!
July 19 – 30% off*
August 25 – 20% off*
September 2 – 15% off*
September 10 – 15% off*
September 18 – 15% off*
*Discount is per person on cruise fare only. Valid on select cabins and departures, and on new bookings only made between 6/23/16 and 6/30/16. Discount not combinable with other offers. Port charges, fees and gratuities not included. Other restrictions may apply. Shore excursions outlined are not included in the listed price of the cruise.   The $280 per person daily rate is based on Category 2 for the July 19 sailing.