One of the best ways to cruise to Alaska is on a. In 2010, you can take a round-trip from Seattle. Our Best Advice: book early and book a balcony cabin. In Alaska, you have 18-20 hours of sunlight per day, so, there is always something to see. So, this is one cruise where a balcony makes sense since the sounds and the scenery are simply wonderful.
Typically associated with short cruise (3- or 4-nights), now features longer lengths (up to 7-nights) as new departure ports have been added, including, Charleston, New York and Baltimore. However, shorter are still available and sail from Miami, Port Canaveral & Jacksonville.
There are only a handful of usually depart from New York and are 6-nights long. The ship docks at King’s Wharf for 2-3 nights. Our Best Advice: King’s Wharf is not the best place to stay in Bermuda – Hamilton and St. Georges is the “happening” part of Bermuda. So, Try and find a Bermuda cruise that docks in Hamilton or St. Georges.
The Caribbean is the most popular cruise destination in the world and has it well covered! With departures from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral, Mobile, Charleston, Galveston, Tampa, Baltimore & New York, finding a is easy.
Curious if a Carnival Cruise is right for you? Try a from New York or Norfolk. They only have them a couple of times per year, but, they are a fun way to get a taste of the Carnival Cruise experience.
Carnival offers cruises to Hawaii 4 times per year prior to and after the Alaska cruise season. start or end in Hawaii and spend several days cruising the islands. All start or end with an overnight stay in Honolulu so you can use the hotel as a ship while you tour the island of Oahu.
Departing from the port of Long Beach and San Diego, are a great way to visit Baja Mexico and the Mexican Riviera. to Baja Mexico visit Ensenada while longer cruises also visit Catalina Island. Mexican Riviera cruises visit Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.
New York is the departure port for. Cruises are offered from May to September and in September offer some of the best viewing of the seasonal change along the Eastern seaboard.