U.S. Based Coastal Cruise Line Announces 2022 Itineraries

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Victory Cruise Lines has announced its new itineraries for the 2022 season.

Expanding in nearly every direction, the line’s passengers will have the opportunity to visit many of North America’s most desirable destinations including the southeastern seaboard, Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula, and Alaska.

In 2022, Victory will debut its first expedition ship, the 200-passenger Ocean Victory. The vessel will explore the scenery of Alaska and British Columbia on expert-led excursions and scenic cruising.

The twin vessels Victory I and Victory II will continue sailing in the Great Lakes, Canadian Maritimes, and along coastal New England, as well operate new itineraries in the southeastern U.S. and Alaska.

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Victory I (Photo courtesy of Victory Cruise Lines)

Southeastern U.S.A.

Southern Coastal Charm — 12 nights roundtrip Amelia Island

Sailing the Eastern Seaboard will reveal the diverse culture of the United States through some of its most historic ports.

This voyage from the southeast coast to the Bahamas will include a pre-cruise hotel stay in Jacksonville, Florida before embarking the ship in Amelia Island, and call on Brunswick and Savannah, Georgia; Charleston and Beaufort, South Carolina; West Palm Beach, Florida; and Freeport, Bahamas.

Sailings are available in February, March, April, November, and December of 2022.

Savannah to Halifax — 17-nights

This expedition showcases vibrant cities with historic roots. Sailing up the Eastern Seaboard and around the southern Canadian border, this itinerary is peppered with modern marvels and historic sites.

The sailing starts with a pre-cruise hotel stay in Savannah, Georgia before calling on Charleston, South Carolina; Wilmington, North Carolina; Norfolk, Virginia; Baltimore, Maryland; Montauk, New York; Newport, Rhode Island; Nantucket, Provincetown, and Boston, Massachusetts; Portland and Bar Harbor, Maine; and Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Sailings are available in April 2022.

Boston to Nassau — 16 nights

Passengers are invited to sail the seaboard from bustling Boston all the way to Nassau. This itinerary has been handcrafted to sample to eastern cities of the United States.

The journey begins with a pre-cruise hotel stay in Boston before embarking the ship and calling on Provincetown, Massachusetts; Newport, Rhode Island; Montauk, New York; Baltimore, Maryland; Norfolk, Virginia; Wilmington, North Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; Savannah, Georgia; Amelia Island and West Palm Beach, Florida; and Nassau, Bahamas.

Sailings are available in October and November 2022.

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Victory II (Photo courtesy of Victory Cruise Lines)

Great Lakes, Canada, and Coastal New England

Lakeside Treasures — 16 nights roundtrip Chicago

From Chicago’s canyons of glass and steel to the pristine wilderness of Marquette, Michigan, guests will see the beauty that makes the Great Lakes a top travel destination during this itinerary.

The sailing includes a pre-cruise hotel stay in Chicago before calling on Muskegon, Michigan; Sault Saint Marie; Houghton, Michigan; Duluth, Minnesota; Thunder Bay, Ontario; Marquette and Mackinac Island, Michigan; Green Bay, Wisconsin; and Grand Haven/Holland, Michigan.

Sailings are available in June 2022.

Autumn in New England — 9 nights from Boston to St. John (and reverse)

Passengers will explore New England’s leisure side with shore excursions in famous getaways including Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, and Bar Harbor.

The trip starts with a pre-cruise hotel stay in Boston before heading out and calling on Newport, Rhode Island; Martha’s Vineyard and Provincetown, Massachusetts; Portland, Rockland, and Bar Harbor, Maine; and St. John, New Brunswick.

Sailings are available in September and October 2022.

Montreal to Detroit — 11 nights (and reverse)

From Montreal to Detroit, North American spirit is on full display. With an exclusive tour through the Thousand Islands, this route offers both metropolitan flair and natural wonders with one journey.

Port calls include Montreal and Quebec City, Quebec; Gananoque, Toronto, and Niagara Falls, Ontario; Cleveland, Ohio; and Detroit, Michigan.

Sailings are available in September and October 2022.

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Alaska & Pacific Coast

Alaska Insider — 12 nights (or reverse 13 nights) from Vancouver to Sitka

The brand-new, expedition style ship Ocean Victory will traverse famous routes such as the British Columbia Inside Passage and remote treasures larger ship’s can’t access, such as Baranoff Island’s eastern coast.

The adventure starts with a pre-cruise hotel stay in Vancouver, before heading to the Canadian Inside Passage; Fiordland (Kynoch Inlet; Ketchikan/Metlakatla; Misty Fjords National Monument; Wrangell/Stikine River Wilderness; Waterfall Coast/Baraof Wilderness; Petersburg/Le Conte Glacier; Tracy Arm/Endicott Glacier; Kake/Frederick Sound/Five Finger; and Sitka, Alaska.

Sailings are available from May to September 2022.

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Ocean Victory (Image courtesy of Victory Cruise Lines)

Pacific Paradise — 17 nights (or reverse 15 nights) from San Diego, California to San José, Costa Rica

In 17 days, travelers will explore the coasts of Central America, from Costa Rica’s lush jungles to the marine life-rich environment of the Sea of Cortez and beyond.

Beginning with a pre-cruise hotel stay in San Diego, guests will be transported to some of Mexico’s most stunning destinations along the Pacific Coast.

Port calls include Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo, Huatulco, and Puerto Chiapas, Mexico, as well as Playas del Coco and San José, Costa Rica.

Sailings are available in April and October 2022.

Mexico & Yucatán Peninsula

Yucatán’s Mayan Cruise Tour — 11 nights roundtrip Cancun

Part land, part sea, this cruise tour provides the best of both worlds when it comes to experiencing Mexico’s distinctive culture. Shore excursions led by bilingual guides will transport guests to regions and sites that are rarely seen on Victory Cruise Line’s newest itinerary.

The journey starts with a pre-cruise hotel stay in Cancun, Mexico before visiting Costa Maya, Progreso, and Campeche.

Sailings are available in January, February, November, and December 2022.

Fares for these 2022 voyages start at $3,799 per person.

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