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Luxury Cape Cod & the Islands Tour & Bermuda from Cape Liberty, 27 September 2019 (14 nights)

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Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean
Cruise Ship: Anthem of the Seas
  • Hotel Included

Holiday Features

Cape Cod & the Islands Luxury Escorted Tour
  • 7 Nts Tour: Boston, Newport, Sandwich, Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, Provincetown, North Falmouth
  • Selected Meals: 7 Breakfasts, 4 Dinners with Wine
  • Included: Return home pick up with 150 miles of UK Mainland Airport
  • 4-5* Accommodation throughout
  • Services of a Tour Director and separate driver
  • Customised Coach - 40 Seater with WiFi and Air Conditioning and extra legroom
  • Smaller Group
  • Escorted Sightseeing: Boston Walking Tour, Traditional Gaff-Rigged Schooner with sailing expert, Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich
  • Martha's Vineyard visit to Oak Bluffs, Cape Cod National Seashore, Cranberry Bog visit
  • Scenic Drives: Ocean Drive in Newport, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket
  • 1 Nt Pre Cruise stay Boston
  • Flight Boston to New York
  • Overseas Transfers
  • Return UK Flights
Anthem of the seas - A cruise like none other!
  • All meals and snacks onboard*
  • 24 hour room service
  • Virtual Balconies with Inside Staterooms
  • The Most Spacious Staterooms in the Fleet
  • The Largest Active Indoor Space At Sea
  • First Ever Bumper Car Rink At Sea
  • Roller Skating Rink
  • Full Size Basketball Court
  • First Ever Food Truck At Sea
  • Ripcord - Sky Diving Simulator
  • North Star - London Eye Style Pod
  • Cruises are Full Board
  • Daytime and Evening Entertainment included
  • *Additional charges apply for specialty dining venues. Specialty beverages, beer, wine and soda are charged separately and are offered at current bar menu prices.
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly UK/Boston
2 Boston - Guided Tour
3 Newport, Rhode Island
4 Sandwich, MA
5 Martha's Vineyard, MA
6 Cape Cod, Provincetown, North Falmouth
7 Nantucket Island
8 Boston Hotel Stay
9 Fly Boston/New York
9 New York (Cape Liberty)
10 At Sea
11-12 King's Wharf, Bermuda - Overnight onboard AM PM
13 At Sea
14 New York (Cape Liberty)
14 Fly New York/UK
15 Arrive in UK

Ship Facilities

Boston, Cape Cod & the Islands Premium Land Tour

Boston, Cape Cod & The Islands Premium Tour

Included in your Premium Escorted Tour 

Highly-skilled Tour Director will ensure your journey is seamless, serving as your expert guide, consummate  organiser and friend in a foreign land. 

Travel in Luxury, air-conditioned, 40-seat touring coach, with extended Business Class legroom and on-board restroom. 

Personal radio headsets give you the freedom to wander during visits to famous highlights, without missing any of your Local Expert's fascinating commentary. 

We carry your bags for you and promptly deliver them to your hotel door. 

Hotel and restaurant tips are included; you'll never have to worry about how much to give, nor search for foreign currency. 

Plus, we include all taxes and porterage charges at hotels. 

Stay connected with friends and family with our complimentary coach and hotel Wi-Fi (where available).

Day 1 of Land Tour – Boston

Fly to Boston, upon arrival transfer to your hotel, The Westin Copley Place. This evening meet your Tour Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Dinner, with wine.(D)

Day 2 of Land Tour – Boston

Enjoy a fascinating insight into 'Beantown' during a historical sightseeing tour. At several stops along Boston's famed Freedom Trail, hear about the struggle and courage of the American colonists during revolutionary times. See the colourful neighbourhoods of Back Bay and historic North End. This afternoon is at leisure to discover this charming city at your own pace. Perhaps visit the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum or the Aquarium. Stroll across Boston Common to see the Ducklings or take a ride in a Swan Boat. Your Tour Director will have plenty of suggestions for you.

Day 3 of Land Tour – Newport, Rhode Island

Today, travel south of Boston to Rhode Island, America's smallest state. The jewel in it’s crown is the elegant town of Newport, lined with the Gilded Age mansions of America's wealthiest families. Visit The Breakers, the grandest of Newport's summer ‘cottages’ and a symbol of the Vanderbilt family's social and financial pre-eminence during the late 19th century. Known as the Sailing Capital of the World for being home to the America’s Cup for over 50 years it still keeps it’s nautical roots. Enjoy on a nautical discovery on-board an 80-foot (24 metre) schooner for a scenic cruise around the coastline. Dinner this evening is at a local restaurant. Accommodation is at the Viking, Newport.(B,D)

Day 4 of Land Tour – Sandwich

This morning, travel back in time to visit the stunning New Bedford Whaling Museum, where a local expert talks about the impact of whaling on the region. See the largest model ship in the world and other exhibits including material that inspired Herman Melville to write ‘Moby Dick’. Arrive in the town of Sandwich, the oldest town on Cape Cod. There is a visit to the Heritage Museums and Gardens, to see sweeping lawns, gardens, a windmill, art gallery, museum of Americana and an amazing collection of antique cars. Later, visit the Sandwich Glass Museum to experience the techniques of the English and Irish glassmakers that founder Deming Jarvis developed during the early 19th century. Hotel this evening is Dan’l Wester Inn & Spa, Sandwich.(B)

Day 5 of Land Tour – Martha’s Vineyard

This morning, take the ferry to Martha's Vineyard, home to pristine sandy beaches and diverse outdoor attractions. This island has been no stranger to presidential visits, the island has hosted Bill Clinton and the Obamas, while the former U.S. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis maintained a home here. After disembarking, continue to Oak Bluffs, known for its rainbow-coloured, gingerbread-like cottages with storybook decorations, high-peaked roofs,and dainty verandas. There is a tour of the island, before reaching your hotel, Harbor View Hotel, Martha’s Vineyard that overlooks Edgartown's beautiful harbour, lighthouse and Chappaquiddick Island.(B,D)

Day 6 of Land Tour – Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown and North Falmouth

Take the ferry back to Woods Hole before an excursion to the Cape Cod National Seashore, a National Park that encompasses much of the Outer Cape. Discover Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod. This is a small coastal resort known for its beaches, boutiques, restaurants and art galleries. Then, it's on to the cottage-lined streets of North Falmouth and your beachside hotel, Crest Beach Hotel. Ocean View Rooms are guaranteed.(B)

Day 7 of Land Tour – Nantucket Island

This morning, leave Hyannis on a high-speed catamaran for the island of Nantucket. Not only has it retained the charm of a bygone era, it is one of the most exclusive coastal communities in the US. During your visit, see the beauty of the quaint cobblestone streets, simple Quaker-style homes and houses dating back to the whaling days. Return to the mainland in the late afternoon to relax at your beachfront hotel, before joining your Tour Director for a Farewell Meal.(B,D)

Day 8 of Land Tour – Cranberry Bog – Boston

Cranberry is one of the few fruits native to America. Today, Meet a local cranberry bog farmer, with generations of knowledge behind him, he will share with you the lifecycle and cultural impact of this truly American berry. Later return to Boston, for one night before transferring to embark on your cruise.(B)

Stay at the Best Hotels

Boston: The Westin Copley Place is a tranquil haven of classic luxury in the centre of the city.

Newport: Experience warmth and character at the boutique Hotel Viking, registered with the Historic Hotels of America.

Sandwich: Visitors to the boutique Dan'l Webster Inn are treated to the romance of the past, combined with today's conveniences.

Martha's Vineyard: The refined Harbor View Hotel embodies timeless character with modern comforts.

Cape Cod: While the views and sunsets are fabulous at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel, so are the facilities and warm hospitality of the staff.

Cabins on the Anthem of the Seas

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Customer reviews for Anthem of the Seas

Fabulous Ship fantastic food and lovely helpful staff/crew

This was the first time we have used Iglu, and I was very impressed by thier service, all the arrangements, the varrious transfers and hotels everything was spot on. On first view the ship looks absolutely huge but after a day or so, we managed to find our way around, and most of the dinng, bar, retail, entetainment areas were actually quite accessible mainly on deck 4 and 5. The Cabin, an outside with picture window was the biggest we have stayed in and was very spscious and well decorated, only slight problem was no tea or coffee facilities in the cabin. The My Time Dining was a major issue on day 1, but as lomg as you ring as soon after 0900 as possible we got pretty much what we wanted, If you want to sit at the same table then that can also be arranged. Food in the dining rooms was very good, allthough out of the 10 choices, 7 are the same for the whole of the cruise. Lobster night however is not too be missed. THe speciality restuarants again very expensive. The Windjammer, was by far the best open self service restuarant we have seen at Sea, lots of choice, some food cooked to order, free soft drinks, teas and coffees etc. The entetainment is very difficult to work out and you need to plan, as often the shows are on during meal times, but We Will Rock You was fantastic, so was a choir from Texas and the Music Hall and the Pub have live music every evening. But a very good range of activities to enjoy from bumper cars to ifly. My main issue was the tipping process, every thing you buy, which is pretty much everything, is firstly far more expensicve than say P&O and has tax and a tip automatically added, this is on top of the £14.50 per person pe day which is added to your bill. In terms of places, Bar Harbour, too small for this size of ship, but the Tour to Acadia Park was stunning. Boston, Portland, Halifax were excellent, The Tour to Kennebunkport was the highlght of out trip, again fantastic. Saint Johns NB, not a lot to do, pretty much a waste of a stop And the trip around Manhattan on the way back to the airport was very good indeed. The Ship is excellent, The Service was excellent, The North East coast of America was fantastic. but the overt commercialism on the ship was a bit too much for us and the party I was with and after 9 days started to rankle a bit. In terms of flights, Virgin was very good, but if you have walking difficulties, ensure you apply for assistance, on our flight it was a 10-15 minute walk back to Immigration and Baggage reclaim.

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Although checking in on line with Royal Caribbean was a benefit, you had to be sure of doing it all at the same time otherwise you had to repeat the data input all over again each time, this wasn't clear when we started it. The result of checking in on line before departure was a definite benefit as it made the embarkation very smooth. Staff at Bayone were very professional and helpful. Although there were in excess of 6,000 people on board (passengers - 4,200 and crew 1,700) at no time did the ship feel overcrowded, which made for a pleasant experience. Food and beverage was of a high standard, very varied and plentiful. We attended the Gally Brunch tour of the ship and see just how the catering team worked (both night and day) and just how much fresh food, bakery and cakes are produced during the cruise - a massive amount. The cost of the speciality restaurants is a little on the high side and we chose not to add yet more cost to our already expensive cruise. State rooms were well decorated and maintain and the stateroom stewards looked after us very well. The shows and musical entertainment on board were extremely well produced (to West End standard) and professional ... the highlight of the cruise was watching 'We Will Rock You' - amazing. Being able to pre-book the shows either before departure or once on board was an added benefit to be sure of seeing what you wanted and when, however, you did need to get to the theatre early to get your prefered seat. Other entertainment and activities - North Start, Rip Cord, Flow Rider, bumper cars, roller skating etc etc were amazing to watch and participate in. The only negatives of our cruise was (1) we asked for the pre paid gratuities to be refundeded due to some of the services not meeting our expectations and wishing to reward staff on an individual basis. The Customer Services Manager confirmed this would be actioned and refunded to our credit card lodged at the time of embarkation, unfortunately this has not happened and feel that we have been duped into paying more gratuities than if we had stuck with the pre paid option. (2) The service charge added to every transaction at the bars is a bit excessive, when you are already paying a high price for drinks, especially when some people have already purchased a costly drink package. (3) The buffet restaurant closing at 9.00pm - we have never encountered this on any previous cruise. (4) The constant sale of items in the atrium - it was like a jumble sale and made it very difficult to walk through easily because of the throng of people milling around looking for a bargin. Therefore, we avoided that area of the ship. (5) The ships health & safety muster drill was inappropriate; commencing with an annimation of hand washing, followed by a spoof film regarding reterival of an item. The untilisation of lifejackets was demonstrated by a member of staff, but was not in full view of passengers, who were not given the opportunity to practice using a lifejacket should this become necessary in an emergency situation. I feel the muster was completely ineffectual and completed no more than a tick box exercise. All in all, we selected this cruise for the places it visited, RC could have added an additional port or a longer stay in Boston to the itinary as the first night and day we seemed to sail around in circles as the distance wasn't too far from Bayone to Boston to be reached in the first nights sailing, afterall it only took one day from Saint John in New Brunswick to Bayone on our return journey. At the end of the day, notwithstanding our comments in para 4, it was a very enjoyable cruising experience with RC which we will look to repeat in the near future.

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