Great Eastern Cities Tour & Bermuda from Cape Liberty, 28 September 2019 (13 nights)

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Ship:
Anthem of the Seas
Line:
Royal Caribbean
Depart Date:
28th September 2019
Duration:
13 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
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Cruise Type:
Cruise and Stay
  • Hotel Included

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Holiday Features

Great Eastern Cities Tour
  • 7 Nts Escorted Tour: New York, Finger Lakes, Niagara Falls, Amish Country, Gettysburg, Washington D.C, Philadelphia 
  • Overseas Transfers
  • Return UK Flights
Anthem of the seas - A cruise like none other!
  • 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
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly UK/New York
2 New York Sightseeing
3 New York - Finger Lakes - Niagara Falls
4 Niagara Falls - Amish Country
5 Amish Country - Gettysburg - Washington D.C
6 Washington D.C
7 Philadelphia
8 New York (Cape Liberty)
9 At Sea
10-11 King's Wharf, Bermuda - Overnight onboard AM PM
12 At Sea
13 New York (Cape Liberty)
13 Fly New York/UK
14 Arrive in UK

Great Eastern Cities Escorted Land Tour

Great Eastern Cities Escorted Tour

Included on your escorted tour

All travel by air conditioned luxury coach

Services of a Tour Director

Accommodation in a twin bedded room with private facilities

Admissions as shown in the itinerary

State and Local Taxes

Porterage (1 bag) 


Day 1 of Land Tour – New York City

You have a whole day before you meet your Tour Director this evening. Enjoy the day exploring at your pace. There is so much to admire in this great city. We can book excursions or attractions just ask your reservations agent for tour tickets.

Day 2 of Land Tour – New York City

This morning enjoy a city tour of New York which includes some of the most famous sights of Manhattan. Catch glimpses of the famous skyline as you absorb the bustle and energy of the Big Apple. The rest of today is at leisure.

Day 3 of Land Tour – New York – Finger Lakes – Niagara Falls

Today, drive across New York state through the Finger Lakes Country and towards the Canadian border, arriving at one of the world’s natural wonders, breath taking Niagara Falls. Indulge in a spot of wine-tasting at Watkins Glen, on the shores of Lake Seneca, named for the Seneca Indian Nation. Spend the evening at the romantic Niagara Falls.

Day 4 of Land Tour – Niagara Falls – Amish Country

This morning you will have time to explore the Falls. Perhaps take a ride aboard the Maid of the Mist and a lunch overlooking the falls (optional), or stroll along Table Rock to view the thundering waters of the Horseshoe Falls. Depart Niagara and travel into Pennsylvania Dutch country, also known as Amish Country, for your overnight stay.

Day 5 of Land Tour – Washington D.C

This morning travel through the Appalachian Mountains along the picturesque Susquehanna River, the longest river on the American East Coast. Visit the historic Gettysburg Civil War National Battleground, site of the largest battle ever fought on American soil and the location where President Lincoln gave his famous address in 1863. From here, you will arrive in the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., where you may enjoy a memorable evening tour and dinner (optional).

Day 6 of Land Tour – Washington D.C

Enjoy a city tour with such highlights as the U.S. Capitol Building, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, F.B.I. Building, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, White House and Arlington National Cemetery. Spend the remainder of the day exploring some of the many museums comprising the Smithsonian Institute on the National Mall.

Day 7 of Land Tour – Washington D.C – Philadelphia

This morning, continue to Philadelphia, the “City of Brotherly Love” and the birthplace of America. This is where the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776. Here you will see Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell on a comprehensive city tour. Join us this evening for an optional dinner at one of Philadelphia’s most famous venues for the local delicacy of Philly Cheese Steak.

Day 8 of Land Tour – Philadelphia – New York

Return to New York City this morning for your return to the UK or you may wish to extend your stay before embarkation to your cruise. Our sales agents can discuss any choices with you.

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Customer reviews for Anthem of the Seas

  • Anthem of the Seas
  • Royal Caribbean
  • 04 Oct 2018

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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  • Anthem of the Seas
  • Royal Caribbean
  • 23 Sep 2018

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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  • Anthem of the Seas
  • Royal Caribbean
  • 17 Sep 2018

Very nice ship. We had a sea view deck three window room. Very nice big bed very comfortable. Plenty of wardrobe and drawers. Excellent shower and bathroom. Food very good however the clash between shows and dining was strange. We visited Boston, Portland, Bar Harbour, Halifax and St John. Boston Portland and Bar Harbour were the highlights. Costs of. drinks and Wi Fi on ship were ridiculous. Wi Fi 20 dollars a day. They try to cut it down to 9 dollars a day for the last two days. The drinks package we thought was high but most people made the most of it. Even the soda package was high. Great pizza late at night in the sorrento bar with coffe and sodas. That’s why the soda package is not needed. Good shows with great music. The royal swedes were the best rock band but the girl why played guitar on we will rock you show was excellent and were the rest of that band.

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All offers and prices are subject to change and availability at time of enquiry. Prices are based on two passengers sharing unless otherwise stated and are subject to the Tour Operator's terms and conditions. Cabin and Flight supplements may apply. Other supplements may apply in addition to the price shown above. Flight details, timings and routing may be subject to alteration. Other tour operator charges may also apply. Any Onboard Spending money or drinks package value shown will be per cabin, again based on two sharing.

Note: On 13 January 2018, new European legislation is being adopted in the UK which as result will mean that we may change our required method of payment at our discretion, irrespective of how any deposit or prior payment was made.

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