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East Coast Inland Passage Cruises

American Cruise Line offers one-way cruises from Jacksonville to Baltimore, Maryland. The 14-night voyages are on the protected Intracoastal Waterway and stop at Jekyll Island (Georgia), St Simon's Island (Georgia), Savannah (Georgia), Hilton Head (South Carolina), Beaufort (South Carolina), Charleston (South Carolina), Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), Wilmington (North Carolina), Morehead City (North Carolina), Kitty Hawk (North Carolina), and Norfolk (Virginia) before arriving in Baltimore.

Jekyll Island has the Georgia Sea Turtle Center and the lavish "Millionaire's Village" historic district. St Simons is the largest of the Golden Isles, the barrier islands along the coast of Georgia.

Savannah is famous for its beautiful squares and historic style. It's extremely walkable, or you can take a trolley tour. The waterfront is loaded with fun restaurants and shops.

Hilton Head is a well-known oceanfront resort. Hit the beach, play golf, or take a boat tour of the Sea Pines Forest Preserve.

Charleston was rated #1 city in the USA by Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast Traveler magazine readers. Attractions include a huge historic district, excellent shopping, Fort Sumter, Magnolia Plantation and Middleton Place plantation.

Myrtle Beach is a big resort city with theatres and shops. Kitty Hawk is famous for the Wright Brothers Memorial.

In Norfolk you can tour the world's largest navy base, the Battleship Wisconsin, botanical gardens, and the Chrysler Museum of Art.

Your cruise ends in Baltimore, which has many attractions around the Inner Harbor. Enjoy the National Aquarium, Fort McHenry (of Star Spangled Banner fame), Edgar Allan Poe House, USS Constellation ship, and the B&O Railroad Museum.

Cruises from Jacksonville to Baltimore

14-night East Coast Inland Passage cruises from Jacksonville to Baltimore.
2017 departures: April 22, May 13.

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