Blount Small Ship Adventures Offers Southern Antebellum: Charleston to Jacksonville Itinerary

Blount Small Ship Adventures is offering a ‘Southern Antebellum: Charleston to Jacksonville’ cruise. through the American south. Guests who book by Sept. 30 will save $400 per person and receive free onboard early arrival, with rates starting at $1,999 per person ($2,399 prior to discount).

The eight-day, seven-night Southern Antebellum itinerary departs Charleston, S.C. on Dec. 4 and navigates the Eastern Seaboard, through the small rivers of the southern coast, to arrive in Jacksonville, Fla. To celebrate the holiday season, a variety of onboard activities will be offered, including carolers, classic holiday movies and tree decorating. The holiday cruise will also offer optional excursions including visits to the Charleston Festival of Lights; viewing the holiday light displays of historic homes in Beaufort, S.C., and Savannah, Ga.; touring the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens adorned in holiday décor and more.

In addition to a savings of $400 per person, travelers who book by Sept. 30 will receive a free night onboard the Grande Mariner ship before departing Charleston, S.C.  Early arrival includes one dinner and breakfast per person, a $300 value per couple.

All Blount cruises include three meals daily with menus that are fresh, creative and often reflect the local cuisine, refreshments and snacks 24 hours a day, with complimentary wine and beer during lunch and dinner. Blount cruises also have a BYOB policy, with mixers and set-ups for cocktails available throughout the day.  

Discounted rates are based on double occupancy and certain restrictions may apply.

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