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American Cruise Ports

Many Americans live within driving distance of a cruise port. The Cruise Guide Network has guides to many of them, and more are on the way. 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.

Cruises from North Carolina: These are limited to the imagination at this point. No ships depart from there.

Charleston Voyage: Cruises from Charleston SC are offered by Carnival and American cruise lines. They sail to the Bahamas and along the southern coast. Departures are year-round.

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 Houston TX: Cruise out of Texas to the Western Caribbean. Two cruises lines have departures.

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

West Coast Cruise Ports

Los Angeles Cruise Guide: Cruise from Los Angeles to Mexico, Hawaii, South America, Alaska, through the Panama Canal, and around the world. Several cruise lines offer vacations in all price ranges.

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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