Travel along the Atlantic coast of the South and experience captivating destinations aboard Victory Cruise Lines’ 200-passenger M/V Victory I. Your adventure begins with an included one-night hotel stay before you embark and sail to Fernandina Beach. Here, you can lounge on the sand or pay a visit to Fort Clinch for reenactments from the days of the Civil War. In Brunswick, enjoy antique shops and Victorian-era architecture. Make a stop in Savannah, a city known as the “Hostess City of the South.” Wander cobblestone streets and take in the antebellum architecture and moss-laden trees in this home to one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts. Head to Charleston to explore its wealth of museums or perhaps sate your palate with fresh oysters pulled straight from the harbor. In Beaufort, visit the Reconstruction Era National Historical Park or relax for a dreamy afternoon in a sidewalk café. Enjoy Jacksonville’s 22 miles of sandy beaches, which also act as your gateway to St. Augustine, a historic city filled with Spanish flavors. Then head to Freeport, a beachfront haven on the isle of Grand Bahama that’s perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. Before ending your cruise in Fernandina Beach, stop in West Palm Beach to take in some art or dine al fresco in a small café.
Day 1- Jacksonville, FL
Day 2- Fernandina Beach, FL: embark
Day 3- Brunswick, GA
Day 4- Savannah, GA
Day 5- Charleston, SC
Day 6- Beaufort, SC
Day 7- Jacksonville, FL
Day 8- Day at Sea
Day 9- West Palm Beach, FL
Day 10- Freeport, Bahamas
Day 11- Day at Sea
Day 12- Fernandina Beach, FL: disembark
*Date, price, and itinerary are subject to change.
Pre-voyage hotel night
Masterful regional cuisine with specialty and casual options
Entertainment each evening
Shore excursions in each port of call
Afternoon tea service
Cocktail hour daily
Complimentary non-premium beer, wine, spirits, tea, coffee, filtered water and soft drinks
Wi-Fi in all public areas
and many more features
DAY 1: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Enjoy an included one-night hotel stay in the young and vibrant city of Jacksonville.
DAY 2: FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA
Fernandina Beach lies on the north shores of Amelia Island and welcomes visitors with miles of clean, sandy beaches. Ruled at times by eight different nations, this city is rife with historic significance. Pay a visit to Fort Clinch for reenactments from the days of the Civil War, snap a picture near Amelia
Island Lighthouse, or soak up the sun near the waves.
DAY 3: BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA
Brunswick’s Victorian-era charm is easy to see—just take a peek at the smattering of buildings in its Old Town Historic District, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Spend a slow day down by the docks watching the shrimpers pull in their catch, browse one of the city’s
many art galleries, or get away to one of the neighboring Golden Isles for a day at the beach.
DAY 4: SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Spend a day in Savannah, known as the “Hostess City of the South.” Wander the cobblestone streets and take in the antebellum architecture and moss-laden trees. The childhood home of author Flannery O’Connor and today host to one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts in the United
States, Savannah is the epitome of southern culture.
DAY 5: CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
The oldest and largest city in South Carolina, Charleston is continually ranked as one of the most hospitable cities in the United States. Explore its wealth of museums and historic sites, including Fort Sumter, where the Civil War began, or perhaps sate your palate with fresh oysters pulled straight
from the Charleston Harbor.
DAY 6: BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA
Located on Port Royal Island, Beaufort is teeming with southern artistry and charm. Take a walk on the Spanish Moss Trail, visit the Reconstruction Era National Historical Park, or spend a dreamy afternoon in a sidewalk café. In Beaufort, there are more than twenty art galleries, and the Gullah culture is
alive and pulsing.
DAY 7: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Young, outdoorsy, and friendly as only a Southern city can be, Jacksonville boasts 22 miles of white sand beaches for sunbathing and watersports. Jacksonville also acts as your gateway to St. Augustine, the oldest continually inhabited European-established settlement in the United States. Here, watch a cannon firing at the Castillo de San Marcos or take a walk down the pedestrian-only Old Town.
DAY 8: AT SEA
DAY 9: WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
Welcome to West Palm Beach, a city that offers art, culture, and relaxing beach vibes. Host to both the Norton Museum of Art and SunFest—an annual waterfront festival in April and May—West Palm Beach is deeply dedicated to the arts. While you’re here, check out Clematis Street, a historic district speckled with shops and restaurants.
DAY 10: FREEPORT, BAHAMAS
The main town on Grand Bahama, Freeport presents a striking balance of wildlife and activity. A trove of mangroves and sandy gold beaches surround the streets of the city, where you can peruse the curio shops, grab a bite to eat, or indulge in some beachfront cocktails. Freeport is also the perfect
place for snorkeling and scuba diving.
DAY 11: AT SEA
DAY 12: FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA
Disembark the M/V Victory I in Fernandina Beach.