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Baltimore: On Baltimore cruises you can sail to Bermuda, the Caribbean or around the Chesapake Bay. A big ship and smaller ships provide these opportunities.
Bayonne NJ: Depart from the Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey. Destinations include Bermuda, the Caribbean, Canada and New England.
Bermuda: There are beautiful islands a few hundred miles off the coast of Carolina. Bermuda Cruise Guide has some of the most popular in the world, and they depart from several east coast ports. Cruise to pink sand beaches, sparkling clear water, reefs, world-class golf, and historic architecture.
Boston: Boston Cruise Guide go to Bermuda, the Caribbean, Canada and Europe. Three cruise lines serve the port.
Brooklyn: Some of the largest cruise ships have outgrown the Manhattan terminal and moved to the other borough. The Brooklyn Cruise Guide has a cruise calendar, ship information, and even Brooklyn hotels.
Charleston: Cruise from Charleston for voyages to the Bahamas and the Caribbean. And what a charming city to depart from! Year-round cruises.
Fort Lauderdale: Port Everglades Cruise Guide is the busy cruise port for the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area. Millions of passengers depart from here every year.
Jacksonville: Jacksonville Cruise Guide has complete information on cruises from this Florida port.
Los Angeles: Los Angeles Cruise Guide has the goods on trips to Hawaii, the Mexican Riviera, through the Panama Canal, or around the world. Several cruise lines depart from there, from affordable to super-luxury.
Miami: Cruises from Miami go everywhere it seems. All over the Caribbean, Europe, the Panama Canal and more. It's the busiest cruise port in the world.
New Orleans: Three cruise lines offer cruises from New Orleans. Options include trips to Cozumel or steamboat cruises up the Mississippi.
New York: There's nothing else quite like cruises from NY. Enjoy the wonders of Manhattan and cruise to the Caribbean, Bermuda and Canada.
Philadelphia: Our Philadelphia Cruise Guide has the scoop on departures from the birthplace of the nation. Sail to Washington on a small ship line.
Port Canaveral: The closest port to Orlando, Florida is Cruise Port Canaveral. It's the home port for Disney Cruises and is also right next to Cape Canaveral.
San Diego: San Diego Cruise Guide for cruises to Hawaii, Mexico, and up the west coast. Ships depart all year-round.
Tampa: Cruises from Tampa go to the western Caribbean. There are also a few southern Caribbean and Panama Canal cruises that depart from the busy port. Busch Gardens, Ybor City and Clearwater Beach are only a few of the attractions around Tampa.
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