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Cruise News: October 15, 2014

It's been a bustling month here in Salem, and and we're not even close to finished.

There are TWO FULL WEEKS of Haunted Happenings to go - and with temperatures up and the sun shining, we couldn't be happier! Salem is certainly a special place in October for locals and tourists alike, although possibly for different reasons...

Peak Fall Foliage Awaits For Columbus Day Weekend - Yankee Magazine

"This year, the foliage has been boosted by a late spring, a mild summer growing season, and a bright sunny and dry autumn. The leaves are turning a bit early, and their colors have been bold and in many areas, overwhelmingly red. While traveling around the country-side the last few weekends, I’ve heard many regular leaf peepers remarking that this has already been one of the best foliage seasons in recent memory."

Get out and get a unique view on the foliage with our Lighthouse & Foliage Cruise! Departs daily at 12:30PM.

Lighthouse & Foliage Cruise 2014

Our Lighthouse & Foliage Cruise has been a fan favorite for years. Don't miss out on your chance to see the sights along this 14-mile, narrated cruise along the coastlines of Salem, Beverly, Manchester-by-the-sea, the Misery Islands and Marblehead. With five historic lighthouses, million dollar homes along the historic Gold Coast and more, there's no shortage of sights. Take a peek from our first weekend of October cruising:

Early Hints of Fall Color Emerging In New England -- Yankee Magazine

Wondering what's happening with New England foliage? Stay up to date with Yankee Magazine.

Get a new perspective on your fall foliage - join us on a cruise and see it from the water! 

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