Vancouver (British Columbia) Halifax (Nova Scotia) Montreal (Quebec) Toronto (Ontario)
The edginess between Canada's indigenous, along with French and British traditions gives the nation its complex three-dimensional character. With its history, people, landscape and natural beauty, Canada offers well-known cities, attractions and parks.
San Juan (Puerto Rico) Barbados U.S. Virgin Islands
Every island in the Caribbean is incredibly unique, but all are indescribably beautiful. This collection of 700 islands truly has it all; movie-set beauty, coconut-tree-clad mountains, verdant valleys of sugar-cane and bananas.
Miami Ft. Lauderdale Tampa Jacksonville & Port Canaveral (Space Coast)
Florida is home to the world’s most popular cruise ports and is a vacation destination itself with attractions including year-round sun and sand, boating and fishing, tropical wetlands and forests, Disney World, the Florida Keys, and more.
Galveston (Texas) New Orleans (Louisiana) Charleston (South Carolina) Mobile (Alamaba) Norfolk (Virginia) Boston (Massacusetts) Baltimore (Maryland)
Cruise lines sail to worldwide destinations from all over the United States, and whether you fly into a port city or drive there from nearby, each location offers its own charm, culture, climate and cuisine that will round out any cruise vacation.