What Cruises Go Through the Intercoastal Waterway?


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Cruises that go through intercoastal waterways are American Cruise Line's Grand New England cruise, Maine Coast and Harbors cruise, Chesapeake Bay cruise and New England Islands cruise. The Cruise Company provides intercoastal waterway cruises along the Inside Passage of Alaska and British Columbia. The American Waterway Experience offers two to 14 day cruises along the intercoastal waterway of Texas and Louisiana.

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American Cruise Lines offers a range of cruises along the intercoastal waterway of the east coast and Alaska, such as the Historic South and Golden Isles cruise, which takes cruisers along historic sites in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The New England Island tour, further north, stops at Providence, Rhode Island; Martha's Vineyard; Nantucket Island; and New Bedford, Massachusetts, over a period of eight days. The Chesapeake Bay tour focuses on the colonial history of Yorktown and Williamsburg, Virginia, as well as Cambridge, Oxford, Annapolis and Baltimore, Maryland.

The Cruise Company offers tours along the intercoastal waterways located along the northwest coast, from Alaska to British Columbia, Canada. The Inside Passage cruise that meanders among the islands and the intercoastal waterway stretching from Juneau, Alaska, down through Vancouver, British Columbia, offers stops at the Misty Fjords National Monument, Sawyer Glacier and Tracy Arm.

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