Have you ever wondered about this?
Updated: Aug 22, 2021
Most people know the most frequently used U.S. Cruise Ports:
But do you know the cruise port closest to your hometown, you may be surprised to find one near you. Some advantages of having a cruise port in your city is the convenience of not having to travel long distance by car, bus, plane, or train to get to the cruise ship. As a result of you saving money from not having to travel to one of the frequently used cruise ports will allow you to splurge on spa treatments or take part in excursions.
Need to know which cruise port is closest to your home or desired destination? There are U.S. cruise ports in a variety of locations on each coast, so you’re sure to find one that’s convenient for you. Click the desired port website for more details.
UNITED STATES DEPARTURE PORTS
Alabama – Mobile - Port of Mobile - Gulf Coast
California – Long Beach - Port of Long Beach - West Coast
California – Los Angeles - Port of Los Angeles - West Coast
California – San Diego - Port of San Diego - West Coast
California – San Francisco - Port of San Francisco - West Coast
Florida – Fort Lauderdale - Port Everglades - East Coast
Florida – Jacksonville - JAXPORT Cruise Terminal - East Coast
Florida – Miami - Port of Miami East Coast
Florida – Port Canaveral - Port Canaveral - East Coast
Florida – Tampa - Port of Tampa - East Coast
Hawaii – Honolulu - Honolulu Harbor, Oahu - West Coast
Louisiana – New Orleans - Port of New Orleans - Gulf Coast
Massachusetts – Boston - Port of Boston - East Coast
New Jersey – Bayonne - Cape Liberty - East Coast
New York, New York - Port of New York – Brooklyn - East Coast
Oregon – Portland - Port of Portland - West Coast
Puerto Rico - San Juan - Port of San Juan
South Carolina - Charleston - Port of Charleston - East Coast
Texas – Galveston - Port of Galveston - Gulf Coast
US Virgin Islands - St Thomas - Charlotte Amalie Harbor
Virginia – Norfolk - Port of Norfolk - East Coast
Washington - Seattle - Port of Seattle - West Coast
Need or want more information on U.S. Ports, contact us: 410 575-3557
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