Cruise and Beach Destinations
in the Caribbean, Mexico & Beyond
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U.S. Coast Cruise Guide

Port Canaveral Cruise Port

Port Canaveral
Families can combine a world-famous amusement park and a cruise thanks to Port Canaveral.

Pacific Coastal Cruise Tips

A Pacific coastal cruise allows people to explore some of the best ports in the U.S. and Canada.

Los Angeles Cruise Port Tips

Hollywood sign
The Los Angeles cruise port is actually in San Pedro, a district within the city of Los Angeles.

Long Beach Cruise Port

Queen Mary The Long Beach cruise port is the embarkation point for many cruises to the Mexican Riviera.

San Diego Cruise Port Tips

Zoo lion The San Diego cruise port is a starting point for many destinations throughout the Pacific Ocean.

Portland Oregon Cruise Port

Lan Su Chinese Garden Portland, Oregon, is a major starting point for cruises up the Columbia and Snake rivers.

Boston Cruise Port Tips

Boston harbor Boston is more than a busy New England cruise port. It is an iconic city packed with American history.

New York City Cruise Port Tips

New York harbor Anyone who cruises out of New York City will have plenty to do before and after the cruise.

Mobile Alabama Cruise Port Tips

USS Alabama Mobile has a small but active role as a cruise port in partnership with Carnival Cruise Lines.

Cape Liberty Cruise Tips

Liberty of the Seas Cape Liberty cruise port has been the starting point for more than 300,000 people going on cruises.

Charleston Cruise Port Tips

Carnival Ecstasy Charleston is both a popular place to visit on its own and an active starting point for Caribbean cruises.

Houston Cruise Port Tips

Caribbean Princess Houston's cruise port gives travelers access to the Caribbean despite the nearby Galveston port.

Jacksonville Cruise Port Tips

Carnival Fascination The Jacksonville cruise port may have one of the coolest names of any port for Caribbean cruises.

Galveston Cruise Port Tips

Carnival Freedom Texas may sound like an unusual starting point for a Caribbean cruise, but Galveston makes up for it.