“Our goal is to be the first choice in cruising the Great Lakes, Canada, the St. Lawrence Seaway and New England” – Bruce Nierenberg, CEO
Miami, FL (PRWEB)
July 28, 2017
Victory Cruise Lines has acquired a second ship to be named Victory II. The vessel is the sister ship and will be identical to the intimate 202-passenger Victory I, which launched Victory Cruise Lines on the Great Lakes in July 2016. Victory II will be upgraded to the high standards of Victory I. The Victory II inaugural voyage will be from Boston, Massachusetts, May 20, 2018.
Victory II will begin service with a series of seven-night Canada and New England cruises starting May 20, 2018. The itineraries between Boston/Gloucester, Massachusetts, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, will call at the most popular ports along the coast. Cruises departing from Gloucester include Provincetown on Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Newport, Rhode Island; Plymouth, Massachusetts; Martha’s Vineyard off the coast of Cape Cod; Portland and Bar Harbor, Maine; and Lunenburg, Nova Scotia; with scenic cruising in the Cape Cod Canal. Sailings from Halifax will call at the same ports in reverse order.
“Our goal is to be the first choice in cruising the Great Lakes, Canada, the St. Lawrence Seaway and New England markets by offering the finest cuisine and hotel product onboard, along with memorable and unique destination experiences that stand above and beyond the rest,” said Bruce Nierenberg, president and CEO of Victory Cruise Lines. “We have dedicated significant time, resources and effort to make sure that our guests are able to explore and participate in the real essence of these communities and their people.”
In addition to the New England cruises, Victory II will feature several 10-night voyages on…