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  • USA (Cruise Ports)
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Now at a port near you and offering cruises for those who want to stay closer to home. There are more than 20 US ports to sail from! This guide for America cruise vacations offers cruise enthusiasts the chance to depart from the east, west, and the Gulf Coasts, as well as Alaska and Hawaii.

With this many options you might just have a port in your home town! Save time and money by avoiding long flights and cruise from a home port within the USA!  Cruises departing from a nearby ports can save you lots of money on Airfare, Hotel or Gasoline.

Cruises from the West Coast depart from Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle sailing to Alaska, Pacific Coast, Mexico and Panama Canal. Cruises from the Gulf Coast depart from Galveston, Jacksonville, New Orleans and Tampa sailing to the Caribbean. Cruises from the East Coast depart from New York, Boston, Baltimore, Norfolk, Ft Lauderdale and Miami sailing to Bermuda, Caribbean, Panama Canal, New England and the Canadian Coast.

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Astoria Oregon
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Baltimore
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Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and an important seaport on the wide estuary of the Patapsco River. With several famous universities, in particular the Johns Hopkins University, museums and a renowned symphony orchestra, Baltim...
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Bar Harbor
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Bar Harbor combines beautiful, crisp weather with glorious sightseeing opportunities. Maine is a wonderful state to visit anytime of the year, and in the spring and summertime you could not ask for a more scenic location. In the winter, the...
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Bayonne NJ
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Bayonne, New Jersey is home to Cape Liberty, one of the newest and most modern Ports of Call in the United States, and a terrific destination for those wanting to explore this fascinating historical city and the surrounding New York Metr...
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Boston
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Boston is the gateway to New England cruises. It is filled with all of the beauty and ambience that makes New England a tourist mecca and a vacationer's haven. In the fall, it embodies the seasonal color change that is about as breathtak...
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Catalina Island
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 Called Pimu by the Tongva Native Americans, evidence suggests that Calalina Island was inhabited as far back as 7,000 BC. This 22 mile long island, one of California's channel islands, is home to California's first underwater dive park...
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Charleston
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Not with standing a history dotted with earthquakes, hurricanes, fires, and Yankee bombardments, Charleston remains one of the best-preserved cities in America's Old South. It boasts 73 pre-Revolutionary War buildings, 136 from the late ...
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Fort Lauderdale
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Fort Lauderdale is the second largest metropolitan area in South Florida after Miami and is located in Broward County, just north of Miami-Dade County.Fort Lauderdale has a subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. The clima...
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Galveston
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Galveston is a port city and beach resort on a barrier island just off the mainland coast of Texas. Galveston is prone to storms as it guards the entrance to the enormous Galveston Bay. The city, located on a long narrow island, extends ...
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Jacksonville
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36 miles S of the Georgia border; 134 miles NE of Orlando; 340 miles N of Miami. Once infamous for its smelly paper mills, the sprawling metropolis of Jacksonville -- residents call it "Jax," from its airport abbreviation -- is now one o...
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Key West
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Key West has two embarkation piers, one within walking distance of the town center, the other a free trolley ride away. It is located 150 miles from Miami, and just 90 miles from Havana. It is a tropical city which was originally called ...
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Los Angeles
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Everyone dreams of going to Los Angeles at one time or another. A certain romance is attached to this city, the "city of angels." Even children on remote islands thousands of miles away can describe Los Angeles to a certain degree. They ...
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Miami
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One of the busiest cruise-ship ports in the world is Miami, along with Fort Lauderdale, is a major turnaround port for Caribbean cruises. Both cities and their respective airports are relatively close to each other.   Miami lies on the s...
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Mobile
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There are not currently any cruises from Mobile available. However, there are cruises leaving from a couple of cities that are within driving distance of Mobile, Alabama (New Orleans, about a 2 hour and 20 minute drive; Jacksonville, abo...
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New Orleans
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New Orleans is the city of jazz, Mardis Gras, and Cajuns cuisine. Located along the Mississippi River, it is the largest city in Louisiana and one of the largest inland cruise port in the United States. New Orleans is a true melting pot ...
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New York
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New York City has something for everyone. It is North America's most cosmopolitan destination and boasts of an artistic and cultural history that reigns supreme among American cities. It is fast paced, loud, and certainly never boring. Its ...
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Norfolk
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Mermaids are everywhere in Norfolk -- though they are not necessarily alive! Throughout the city are colorful mermaid sculptures (the mermaid being the symbol of this, one of America's greatest ports). The street art display is known as ...
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Orlando has grown in leaps and bounds since Walt Disney World opened its doors in 1971. And, what amazes me most about Orlando is that every time I visit  living in nearby Vero Beach, I have been coming to Orlando in Central Florida at ...
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Portland Maine
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The Port of Portland is the largest tonnage seaport in New England as well as a major seaport along the east coast of the United States. Portland, the largest town in Maine, is a popular summer destination due to its location on Casco Ba...
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San Diego
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Located on the southern coast of California, San Diego makes a perfect location to start and end your cruise vacation. Offering beautiful weather year-round, more than 70 miles of pristine beaches, world-class attractions. However lack of i...
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San Francisco
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San Francisco is a compact city of world-class culture, historical landmarks, award-winning dining, outdoor adventures and nightlife -- all wrapped up by a sparkling bay flanked by the famous Golden Gate Bridge, visible from historic cab...
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Seattle
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Seattle is an experience, not just a cruise destination port, named one of America’s favorite cities by Travel and Leisure.com and CNN Headline News, Seattle offers the best of both urban and outdoor experiences, providing the perfect ...
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Tampa
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Tampa has become a favorite port of departure for a growing number of cruise passengers who want to enhance the cruise experience with a day or two at either the front end or on the back end of any of a variety of Caribbean itineraries.T...
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