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American Cruise Ports

Many Americans live within driving distance of a cruise port. These are the best guides. Pick a cruise port and go to the guide for complete information on the ships, voyages and terminal.

East Coast Cruise Ports

Boston Cruise Guide: The northernmost cruise port on the east coast. Cruises depart from Boston to Bermuda and Canada.

New York Cruise Guide: Ships depart year-round from New York to the Caribbean, Bermuda and England. Cruises from Brooklyn handle the mega-ships from Princess and Cunard lines. Nearby Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey offers cruises from a port that overlooks the Statue of Liberty.

Philadelphia Cruise Guide: Philadelphia was once a thriving cruise departure port. Now the historic city awaits new ships.

Baltimore Cruises: Cruise from Baltimore to Bermuda, the Caribbean and the Chesapeake Bay. Choose a large ship or a small ship for completely different experiences.

Norfolk Cruises: Sail from Norfolk Virginia to the Bahamas or Bermuda. Carnival cruise line sails from a convenient and attractive port for people in the mid-Atlantic region.

Jacksonville Cruise Guide: Cruise from Jacksonville FL on Carnival Cruise Line. Inexpensive 4- and 5-day cruises depart for the Bahamas all year round.

Cruise Canaveral: Port Canaveral is the closest to Orlando, and this is the home port of the Disney Cruise Line. Take your whole family on a cruise to the Bahamas or the Caribbean.

Port Everglades Cruise Guide: All about Fort Lauderdale's super busy port. Two million passengers a year depart from Port Everglades for the Caribbean or the Panama Canal.

Miami Cruise Guide: Miami cruises are the most popular of all. More ships sail from Miami than from any other port.

Gulf Coast Cruise Ports

Tampa Cruise Guide: Most cruises from Tampa go to Mexico and the Cayman Islands. Tampa is easy to get to and there is plenty to do in the city.

New Orleans Cruise Guide: New Orleans cruises are very popular. Three cruise lines offer Caribbean cruises from the Big Easy.

Cruises from Mobile AL: There once were cruises from Alabama. Maybe they'll return someday.

West Coast Cruise Ports

San Diego Cruise Guide: Sail to Hawaii, Mexico, South America, or Australia from San Diego. Three cruise lines serve this port.

California Cruise Guide: The overview of all cruises from California in one place. It's a convenient way to see all of the options.

Seattle Cruise Guide: The Northwest's leading cruise port. Many voyages to Alaska in the summer.

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