Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
Most Caribbean cruises sail from the Port of Miami and the Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale). Seattle is the main US departure port for Alaska-bound cruises.
The Port of Vancouver is the main departure port for Alaska-bound cruise ships. Victoria BC is a popular port-of-call on the west coast.
Top cruise destinations on the Baltic include Copenhagen, Helsinki, St. Petersburg (Russia), Skagen, Stockholm and Tallinn (Estonia)
Popular Caribbean cruise ports include Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Grenada and St. Lucia. Most Caribbean cruises leave from Miami or Fort Lauderdale.
Croatia is rapidly becoming one of Europe's most popular cruise ship destinations. Discover its cruise ports and its top tourist attractions.
Greece has long been a top cruise destination. The rapid transit system from Piraeus to Athens allows easy easily to the Greek capital.
Rome's port of Civitavecchia is a long distance from its tourist attractions. Plan your travel in advance to minimize costs and reach your ship on time.
Popular cruise ports on the Mexican Riviera include the ports of Cabo San Lucas, Manzanillo, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.
Two cruise ports serve the Amsterdam Holland area. The main one is located in the city centre.
In addition to the Port of Lisbon, Ponta Delgada in the Azores is a popular Portuguese port-of-call.
Many Trans-Atlantic cruises include ports-of-call in the Canary Islands. Discover Tenerife, Las Palmas (Gran Canaria) and the island of La Palma.