Blount Small Ship Adventures Offers Two Southern Itineraries in 2014

This spring, Blount Small Ship Adventures will bring back two of its itineraries that explore the port towns of the South, ‘Southern Antebellum’ and ‘Mississippi & Tenn-Tom Waterway.’

The eight-day, seven-night ‘Southern Antebellum’ cruise visits some of the South’s port cities, including Savannah, Ga, Charleston, S.C., and Amelia Island, Fla. Highlights of the itinerary, which has departures on the Grande Mariner May 1, 11, 20 and 29, include onboard presentations on Savannah’s history and local bird population, and Jekyll Island’s coastal wildlife and regional conservation. Guests can save 40 percent on spring sailings of the ‘Southern Antebellum’ itinerary, with savings of up to $1,440 per person.

The 16-day, 15-night ‘Mississippi & Tenn-Tom Waterway’ cruise begins and ends in New Orleans, with stops in Mobile, Ala., Columbus, Miss., Memphis, Tenn. and Baton Rouge, La. Sailings depart April 10 and 27 onboard the Grande Caribe, and travelers who book now can save 30 percent, up to $1,980 per person.

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All Blount cruises include three meals daily, refreshments and snacks 24 hours a day, with 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.  

For more information, visit www.blountsmallshipadventures.com.

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