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Nantucket Daffodil Festival

Date:  Saturday, April 28
Cost per Person:  $146

Each year, on the last weekend of April, Nantucket prepares a very special welcome to Spring, as the town and the island celebrate the bright yellows and oranges of daffodils! there are antique cars decorated with daffodils, as well as art exhibits, hats bedecked with daffodils, shop windows showing off their daffodil displays...even pets wearing these special flowers! It’s a wonderful way to cast off the gloom of winter and get ready for the warm, sunny days to come. Join us on the fast ferry for a delightful day in Nantucket! Trip includes: Round trip transportation and time in Nantucket to enjoy the festival events. Estimated time of departure: 7 am. Estimated time of return: 7 pm. 

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New York City - 9/11 Museum or One World Observatory

Date:  Saturday, May 5
Cost per Person:  $102 - 9/11 Memorial
Cost per Person:  $111 - One World Observatory

Enjoy a trip to the Big Apple where you have the choice to visit one of two amazing buildings in the same spot. Choose either the 9/11 Museum where you can see images, artifacts and hours of video about that tragic day and learn about the aftermath where the nation showed its defiance in the face of terrorism. The One World Observatory is a 102 story experience that starts with an amazing ride to the top. See all of New York City and learn all about this great city’s historical landmarks from the top of the world! Estimated time of aboard Royal Carribean departure: 7 am. Estimated time of return: 8 pm. 

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A Maine Adventure!

Date:  Sunday, June 24
Cost per Person:  $104

Come and enjoy a day with us in THREE lovely Maine towns!  Get a chance to stop and explore Portland and Kennebunkport with time for shopping along the way!  And don't forget the delicious Lobster Clam Bake on the beach as well!

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Nantucket & Martha's Vineyard

Date:  Saturday, July 7
Cost per Person:  $145

Nantucket, a tiny, isolated island off Cape Cod, features dune-backed beaches and has been designated by The Nature Conservancy as one of the last “Great Places on Earth.” It’s marked by its unpainted cedar-shingled buildings, manicured privets, wharves and cobble-stone streets lined with restaurants, steeple-topped churches and chic boutiques.   Martha's Vineyard sits in the Atlantic just south of Cape Cod. This longtime New England summer colony, a favorite of celebrities, encompasses harbor towns, farmland, lighthouses, and sandy beaches. You’ll find fabulous shopping, quaint Victorian Cottages, an iconic carousel and expansive beaches … and yes, more places for dining from casual to gourmet!

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Thimble Island Cruise

Date:  Saturday, July 14
Cost per Person:  $117

The “Thimbles” have often been described as “a piece of the Maine coast that drifted into Long Island Sound…”. Summer excursion vessels plied these waters during the “golden age” of the Victorian Era. Twenty-three of the islands are large enough to be inhabited. Approximately 85 homes, built mostly during the Victorian Era, are complete with widow walks, gingerbread trimmings, and genteel gazebos. Islands range in all sizes, and have spartina and pink granite with the larger ones boasting scrub pine & hardwoods, making the islands appear to be deceivingly tropical in nature!

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Gloucester Cruise & Rockport

Date:  Sunday, July 29
Cost per Person:  $114

Come along for a day trip to Gloucester, one of the most charming towns on the Massachusetts coast! Board the beautiful Beaufort Princess for a 2-1/2– hour cruise of this beautiful seaside landscape. Enjoy the views and musical entertainment! Don’t forget a stop at Bearskin Neck in Rockport as well, where the streets are lined with the most quaint and fantastic shops and cafes!

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Martha's Vineyard

Date:  Saturday, August 4
Cost per Person:  $99

Rich in history and a favorite summer haven for many notables over the years. The original people of Martha’s Vineyard included the Native American Wampanoags. Unable to prove, but it’s believed that the first humans probably came here at the end of the Ice Age, but before the sea levels changed and the Island was formed. Native American camps that carbon date to 2270 B.C.E. have been uncovered on the Island. As you tour the island, you will learn the rich history of immigrants from England and the Cape Verde island, farmers, fisherman, blacksmiths and merchants who settled here as a safe haven. Through the colonial period, raiding British, the Age of Whaling and the Civil War, Martha’s Vineyard became a nurturing place where all peoples could prosper!


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Cabbage Island Clambake

Date:  Saturday, August 18
Cost per Person:  $143

Cabbage Island … 5-1/2 acres of peaceful beauty in the heart of Linekin Bay. Enjoy panoramic scenes as you explore this quiet island. As you travel to the island aboard the Bennie Alice, view the scenic coastline with its charming lighthouses, as well as seals, ospreys and other wildlife.

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Tanglewood

Date:  Saturday, August 25
Cost per Person:  $209

Come enjoy a magical afternoon at Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass. and see the Bernstein Centennial Celebration! The gala concert will feature a kaleidoscopic array of artists and ensembles from the worlds of classical music, film, and Broadway. A spotlight on Bernstein’s wide-ranging talents as a composer, this concert also features such amazing performers as Keith Lockhart, John Williams, Christoph Eschenbach, and Yo-Yo Ma!

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