Cruises From The United States
Cruise lines are offering more diverse domestic itineraries. The U.S. is a popular region for cruises. Alaska and Hawaii have been popular for years, but there are many different itineraries and ships in U.S. waters.
Blount Small Ship Adventures: (Formerly American Canadian Caribbean Line) operates two vessels - Grand Mariner and Grande Caribe - on itineraries to coastal New England, the Great Lakes, and the Intracoastal Waterway and bays on the East Coast and to Belize during winter months. The cruises are casual and educational, with guest lecturers, no dress code and BYOB liquor policy.
America Cruise Lines: This cruise line operates small luxury ships cruising along the inland waterways and rivers of the United States. The two newest are the 100 passenger American Star built in 2007 and Independence built in 2010.
InnerSea Discoveries and American Safari Cruises: Explores the inner reaches of Alaska’s Inside Passage, the Hawaiian Islands, Mexico’s Sea of Cortés, and the Pacific Northwest’s islands and shores of Washington and British Columbia, and the Columbia & Snake Rivers.
Carnival: Carnival offers more U.S. departures then any other cruise line. Ships depart from Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, Fort Lauderdale, Galveston, Honolulu, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, New orleans, New York, Norfolk, Port Canaveral, San Diego, Seattle and Tampa.
Holland America Line: Holland America offers cruises on ships departing from Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Seward Alaska and Tampa.
Norwegian Cruise Line: Cruise from Boston, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Port Canaveral, Seattle, Tampa or Whittier. Norwegian Cruise Line also offers weekend getaway cruises from Miami, Boston, or New York.
Princess Cruises: Princess offers departures from Anchorage, Ft. Lauderdale, Galveston, Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Seattle.
Royal Caribbean: Cruises depart from Baltimore, Boston, New Jersey, Fort Lauderdale, Galveston, Honolulu, Miami, New Orleans, Port Canaveral, San Diego, Seattle, Seward and Tampa.