10 Reasons to Cruise the New England Islands

March 30, 2017

1.) Visit the best of the New England Islands without dealing with sold out accommodations or ferry transportation.

Unpack just once and enjoy hassle-free exploration of these beautiful islands. Enjoy a comfortable cabin and three delicious meals a day. We will take care of the rest!

2.) Eat as much mouthwatering lobster and seafood as your heart desires. Need we say more?

On a Blount cruise, lobster is served on the menu every day. New England seafood is hard to top! The crew even organizes an old fashioned yankee clam bake.  

 

3.) Explore the vibrant nightlife on many of the New England Islands. The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down!

During the summer months, Newport, Block Island and Martha’s Vineyard are the islands to enjoy. You will find world-class restaurants, musical entertainment and shopping just a short cab ride or walk away from our ship in port.  While docked, guests have 24/7 access on and off the vessel in port. Enjoy a care-free evening without having to worry about what time to return to the vessel.


Bannister’s Warf, Newport, RI

  

4.) Enjoy long walks on the beach.

Check out Newport Beach, Gay Head in Martha’s Vineyard or Ballard’s Beach in Block Island to enjoy live music daily. Amazing beaches are just a few minutes away from the vessel on many of the New England Islands.  


Gay Head, Martha’s Vineyard

  

5.) Experience one of America’s “Prettiest Islands” with the opportunity to explore by kayak. 

Block Island, RI will have you wishing you never had to leave!

Block Island With Blount

Block Island, RI

6.) Anchor in remote places, hard to get to by anyone other than local sailors.

You will cruise to Cuttyhunk Island, the outermost of the Elizabeth Islands and a favorite hideaway for local boaters.  


Cuttyhunk, MA

7. Sail on an America’s Cup Charter Yacht.

Sit back and relax or participate in sailing a 68’ classic 12 Meter yacht on the bay…can you say adventure?

America's Cup Charters

 

9.) Visit to the Vanderbilt’s extraordinary Breakers Mansion in Newport, RI.

Oh and we can’t forget to mention that the 1974 the Great Gatsby was filmed here…hello there old sport!


 

10.) Explore the islands to the fullest, on a small ship that can go where the big ships cannot. 

No assigned seating, buffet lines or crowded ports. Enjoy a personal and casual cruising experience with less than 84 passengers.