Victory Cruise Lines Announces American Southeast Itineraries

   December 23, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Victory Cruise Lines announced its new American Southeast itineraries for 2020. Following the success of the line’s inaugural season on the Great Lakes, MV Victory I is expanding her season to include voyages between Jacksonville Florida and Freeport Bahamas. The 9-day sailings through the American Southeast reveal the rich history, culture, and beautiful architecture of the region.

Victory Cruise Lines (AQSC-owned subsidiary and brand) is popular for its immersive shore tours in every port, bringing travellers to meet fascinating locals as well as offering authentic experiences. Company's customers also enjoy premium excursions including:

  • A Day in America’s Oldest City. The narrated driving tour takes guests through Saint Augustine to see the historic architecture, Basilica of Immaculate Conception and more prior to a tour of Lightner Museum, housing artefacts from America’s Gilded Age.
  • Interstellar Exploration Inside Kennedy Space Center. Passengers can see life-sized NASA rockets as well as tour Space Shuttle Atlantis, topped off with the opportunity to lunch with an American astronaut at Kennedy Space Center.
  • Spirits of Savannah: An American Prohibition Experience. Via the 100th anniversary of the start of prohibition next year, there is no better time to see the American Prohibition Museum as well as enjoy a craft cocktail at a speakeasy. Passengers can be transported back in time to the 1920s with a jazz experience and a tour of a local distillery.

MS Victory I cruise ship

Ports of call include Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, Beaufort, Brunswick, Fernandina Beach (Amelia Island, Florida), Port Canaveral, Freeport.