American Cruise Ports
There are many American cruise ports. Dozens of choices for departing on your next cruise. Pick one and go.
West Coast Cruise Ports
Many people don't associate cruises with the west coast, but there are quite a few. Cruises from San Diego and cruises from LA go to Hawaii and Mexico. Cruises out of San Francisco go south and north.
Honolulu is the Hawaii cruise departure port.
Gulf Coast Cruise Ports
Cruises from Tampa FL are popular because it's easy to get to and there is plenty to do in the city. There are lots of New Orleans cruises and nearly all Gulf coast departures go to the western Caribbean, which includes Cozumel, Jamaica, Costa Maya and the Cayman Islands.
East Coast Cruise Ports
New York cruises are the first south of Boston, and depart year-round. Transatlantic to Panama Canal cruises, the Big Apple has it all. Nearby there are cruises from New Jersey at the Cape Liberty cruise port. The newest departure port in the New York harbor is in Brooklyn. Big mega-ships depart from there.
Baltimore cruises depart year-round for Bermuda, the Caribbean, and Canada. Cruise from Norfolk to the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Caribbean. Norfolk is a convenient and attractive port for people in the mid-Atlantic region. There are now year-round cruises from Charleston to the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
Florida's Atlantic coast has four cruise ports. Cruises from Jacksonville, Port Canaveral, Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale are some of the world's most popular. Most of these cruises go to the Bahamas or the Caribbean, but there are transatlantic and Panama Canal cruises from Florida too.
Now you've learned the options for American cruise ports. Pick the cruise that's right for you and get onboard.