Blount Small Ship Adventures Announces 2014 President's Cruise

Blount Small Ship Adventures announced its 2014 President’s Cruise to the Bahamian Out Islands. A new itinerary for 2014, this sailing will depart from Nassau, Bahamas on Mar. 28, with President Nancy Blount onboard.

The Grande Mariner sails to Harbour Island, Eleuthera, the Exumas and more, before returning to Nassau at the conclusion of the 11-night, 12-day journey. Guests can explore the turquoise waters while swimming, snorkeling and boating, or relax on beaches. This sailing is part of Blount’s Signature Series, a collection of itineraries that showcase Blount ships. Blount vessels have specially designed bow ramps and are the only ships to make bow landings, inviting passengers to step directly from the ship to the shores of secluded island beaches.

Special offers exclusive to the President’s Cruise include complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres each night, free kayak lessons and rentals, and a celebratory “Pirate Night” pig roast. All Blount cruises include three meals daily, refreshments and snacks 24 hours a day, and complimentary wine and beer during lunch and dinner. Blount cruises also feature a BYOB policy, with mixers and set-ups for cocktails available throughout the day.   

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