Published on : Wednesday, July 26, 2017
The acquired ship, to be called Victory II, will be put in service from May 2018 starting with a series of seven-night Canada-New England coastal itineraries between Gloucester, Mass., and Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The ports of call are Province Town, Mass. Newport, R.I.; Plymouth, Mass.; Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.; Portland and Bar Harbor, Maine; and Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Bruce Nierenberg, President and CEO of Victory Cruise Lines stated that the goal of the company is to concentrate on the Great Lakes, Canada, the St. Lawrence Seaway and New England markets. It is because, Victory Cruise Lines offers its customers with affordable packages.
Victory Cruise Lines pointed the budget customers for the cruise packages. It would forge a Lake Superior itinerary with Victory II, visiting Marquette and Houghton, Mich.; Duluth, Minn.; and Thunder Bay, Ontario. These itineraries also will mark Milwaukee, Green Bay and Sturgeon Bay, Wisc.; and Muskegon, Mich.
The two Victory Cruise Lines vessels were originally manufactured as the Cape May Light and Cape Cod Light in 2001. The Victory Cruise gained its legal possession of the first vessel after the bankruptcy of the non-operational Haimark Line in the year 2016.
Victory Cruise Lines is an affordable luxury cruise company operating and conducting the cruise tourism from USA to Cuba. Victory Cruise Lines usually offer the packages like Great Lake Luxury Cruise and Immersive Cuba Cruise, where the passenger while travelling have their luxury at the top most level.
Victory II is the sister ship of Victory Cruise Lines and it will be similar to the intimate 202-passenger Victory I, which launched Victory Cruise Lines on the Great Lakes in July 2016.
Victory II is the upgraded version of to the high standards of Victory I. The Victory II is the inaugural voyage that will be from Boston, Massachusetts in May 20, 2018.
Victory II will begin service with a series of seven-night Canada and New England cruises starting May 20, 2018.