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Choosing a departure port can be difficult – should you go for the closest port geographically or take advantage of the opportunity to visit a city you’ve always wanted to see? Cruise lines offer plenty of incredible trips from cities and ports all around the world. Learn a little bit more about some popular international and American cruise ports here and then let the experts at Cruise Marketplace help you narrow your search! Click through to our pages for each city or contact us online to get started.
Jacksonville is one of Florida’s largest cities and offers plenty of vacation opportunities for aspiring travelers. The Carnival Ecstasy ship departs year-round from this American cruise port, giving you the chance to experience the islands of the Bahamas like never before.
Long Beach is the SoCal departure port of choice for Carnival cruise ships. You’ll be able to see it all from Long Beach, with trips to Baja Mexico, the Mexican Riviera, and so much more.
Whether you want to embark on a trip up the California coastline or sail around the world, cruises from Princess Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruise Line give you plenty of ways to set sail from this American cruise port.
New York is truly one of a kind and boasts a number of departure ports – ranging from the Manhattan and Brooklyn Cruise Terminals to Cape Liberty, NJ. Take a trip to Canada with Royal Caribbean or let NCL take you away to the Bahamas! With New York, your options are nearly limitless.
Port Everglades has a huge fleet of homeported cruise ships and plenty of things to do before your trip departs. Consider expanding your stay to take advantage of the surrounding Greater Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood area.
Head north or south from San Francisco – cruise lines like Carnival and Princess offer cruises to Baja Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii, and more. The city itself is a major crossroad of cultures, so don’t forget to try the food and see the sights!
San Pedro is the home of The Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center, and is the perfect departure port if you’re looking to explore Mexico, the Caribbean, or the Panama Canal. It’s located just 20 miles south of LAX!
Seattle is the gateway to the Puget Sound. You’ll be able to see the Alaskan glaciers like never before with cruise vacations departing from this port! Make sure you spend a few days in Seattle to take in everything this beautiful city has to offer.
This centrally located American cruise port is easy to get to and depart from, with itineraries that will whisk you away to the Western Caribbean, the Bahamas, and the Panama Canal. It’s also neighbor to a number of theme parks, including Busch Gardens.
Located about 60 miles south of Anchorage, Whittier offers access to Anchorage’s array of entertainment as well as the beautiful sights of the Prince William Sound. You’ll be able to explore everything Alaska has to offer with cruises from Whittier.
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