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Welcome to our easy-to-use guide to Baltimore cruises. I hope you find it useful and entertaining. The Baltimore Cruise Guide is part of the Cruise Guide Network of websites, which includes guides to many American cruise ports. From our nation's ports, you can sail almost anywhere in the world on an all-inclusive vacation.

The northeast's first cruise port is Boston, and Boston cruises go to Bermuda, the Caribbean, Canada and Europe. Three cruise lines serve the port.

There are 3 ports in the New York area. There's nothing else quite like a New York cruise at the main terminal in Manhattan. Or depart from the convenient Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey. The newest port is Brooklyn. Some of the largest cruise ships have outgrown the Manhattan terminal and moved to the other borough, so check out the Brooklyn cruises.

Florida is America's most popular cruise departure point. Miami cruises are the most numerous. Port Everglades cruises leave from the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area. Jacksonville cruises sail to the Bahamas every month of the year. Port Canaveral cruises are the closest to Orlando and it's the home port for Disney Cruises and is next to Cape Canaveral.

On the Gulf Coast, New Orleans cruises are a good choice. Three cruise lines sail to the western Caribbean from there. Tampa cruises also mainly go to the western Caribbean.

On the Pacific Coast, there are Los Angeles cruises, San Diego cruises and San Francisco cruises. Sail from sunny California to Hawaii, Mexico and through the Panama Canal.

Have fun. Explore the world. Take a cruise.

Thank you for your interest and support. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,

Greg Manter
Publisher, Cruise Guide Network

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