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Florida Vacation Cruises

The majority of sailings from Florida ports are vacation cruises to the Caribbean, Bahamas and Latin America. These floating resorts operate year-round from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral and Tampa. The idyllic Caribbean and Bahamas island destinations attracts more cruises than anywhere else in the world and accounts for almost 50% of the vacation cruise global market. 

Our cruise search facility allows you to find and book a cruise, at the best available price, with any of the major cruise lines. You will automatically be offered any special deals that may be available for your dates.

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imageCruises From Port Canaveral  (See terminal area map)

Located 46 miles (74 km) south east of Orlando, and known as "Florida's Fun Port", Port Canaveral is home to some of the finest cruise terminals in the world, with six terminals in operation and two more planned. There are numerous cruise options at Port Canaveral with part-day as well as two, three, four and seven-day voyages available.

The port is home or a port of call to several cruise lines such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Disney Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Sterling Casino Lines, SunCruz Casino, Holland America Lines, Royal Olympia Cruises , Norwegian Cruise Lines and Ocean Club Cruises. Their itineraries typically include the Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Belize as well as other USA ports. The casino cruise lines typically offer half-day and full day cruises.

Port Canaveral is the second busiest cruise port in the world with 3.8 million cruise passengers passing through the cruise terminals in 2003.

imageCruises From Fort Lauderdale (See terminal area map)

 Florida's deepest harbor is a favorite home port for more than 35 cruise ships including Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Cunard Line, Royal Caribbean International, Princess and Silversea to name just a few. Fort Lauderdale is located 23 miles (37 km) north of Miami.

With a reputation as the "world's premier cruise port" and a favorite liberty port for the U.S. Navy, the port is just five minutes from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and situated within the three cities of Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Dania Beach. Cruises range from world and transatlantic cruises, transcanal adventures and traditional seven night Caribbean vacations, day trips to the Bahamas on Discovery Cruise Lines and six hour casino cruises to nowhere aboard SeaEscape.

imageCruises From Miami (See terminal area map)

The Port of Miami is the world's busiest cruise ship port, with dozens of cruises available. Travelers can select three, four, seven, ten and eleven day cruises calling at popular ports throughout the Bahamas and the Caribbean, as well as cruises to Latin America, the Far East and Europe. Most cruises are usually well equipped for gambling, opening their casinos immediately the ship passes into international waters. Games, movies, and other onboard activities ensure guests are always active.

Some of the major cruise lines berthing in Miami include Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean International, Windjammer Barefoot Cruises and Oceania Cruises. 

imageCruises From Tampa  (See terminal area map)

Located 85 miles (136 km) south west of Orlando, the Port of Tampa is home to cruise lines that travel to the Caribbean with some longer cruises berthing in Latin America, and some infrequent cruises to Europe. Celebrity Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Holland America Cruise Lines, Carnival Cruise Line and Radisson Seven Seas all operate cruises from Tampa. The majority are Caribbean cruises for periods of 6 to 9 days.

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