7 Nights - May and November, 2015 & 2016

When it comes to popular seafood, few items can match blue crab. Chesapeake Bay is known throughout the world as the blue crab capital and this ocean delicacy has had a tremendous impact on the culture and heritage of the region. The crab harvest constitutes the most important economic fishery for both Maryland and Virginia bringing in millions of dollars a year for local fishermen. 

On our Chesapeake Bay Crabfest cruises you will have the chance to sample the tasty blue crab while learning more about the culinary and economic importance of the Callinectes sapidus, or "beautiful swimmer". Through tours of maritime museums and national seaports and guided trips through Baltimore and Crisfield, The "Crab Capital of the World", you'll learn everything you could ever want to know about Atlantic Blue Crab and the industry that made it famous.

Day 1 Baltimore, MD
Day 2 Yorktown, Williamsburg, VA
Day 3 Crisfield, MD/Tangier, VA
Day 4 Cambridge, MD
Day 5 Oxford, MD
Day 6 St. Michaels, MD
Day 7 Annapolis, MD
Day 8 Baltimore, MD

Pricing from $3,985 per person, double occupancy


 Open Seating Dining Allows You to Eat at Your Leisure 
 All Meals Prepared Just the Way You Like
 A True All-American Experience
• Complimentary Cocktail Hour Hosted Every Evening Before Dinner
 Complimentary Wine and Beer with Lunch and Dinner
 Entertainment aboard the ship each evening
 Historians, Naturalists, or Local Experts Join Every Cruise
 Daily Lectures Ranging from History & Ecology to Quilting & Cuisine