In 1606 French Explorer Samuel De Champlain anchored in Gloucester Harbor, which he called le Beaux Port or the beautiful port. The Peninsula was named Came Ann to honor Queen Ann of England by her son Charles in 1634. Gloucester, which lies at the center of Cape Ann was named after the duke of Gloucester. Nearby is Foley Cove known for shipwrecks, lobsterman, and smugglers. When you visit the Ryan & Wood Distillery you will find that their products are named for these landmarks of Cape Ann as well as for the fishing fleets that plied these waters. When you visit the Distillery you will learn about the history of Gloucester, while touring and tasting the Rum, Gin and Vodka produced. In the afternoon we will set sail for a whale watch where you can see the gentle giants that live off the New England coast. When we return from Whale watching we will feature a New England Seafood Dinner before heading home.
(a stop will be made for you to purchase before sailing or you are welcome to bring your own lunch. )

Departure time: 8:30

Return time: 7:30

Departure times will be adjusted based on starting points of the trip.
Motor coach, Whale Watch, Spirit of Gloucester tour, dinner includ

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