GalvestonCruiseGuide.com is a comprehensive, easy-to-use and independent guide to cruises from Galveston, Texas. Details about the ships sailing from Galveston are updated as cruise lines upgrade their ships and move cruise ships into (or out of) the port of Galveston. Galveston cruise ship schedules are kept up-to-date, reflecting the currently planned cruise schedules for at least the next twelve months. Galveston Cruise Guide is part of a fast-growing group of cruise information sites known as the Cruise Guide Network.
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Miami is still the busiest cruise port in the world and Miami Cruise Guide contains information about all of the ships that sail from Miami, updated cruise schedules, the Miami cruise port terminals and nearby hotels.
Anyone interested in cruises departing from New York should check out the information available at New York Cruise Guide. Many of the biggest cruise lines sail from New York to Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Canada and Europe.
A second New York area cruise departure point is in Brooklyn and Brooklyn Cruise Guide has information about cruises to the Caribbean – and the regularly scheduled transatlantic voyages of the Queen Mary 2.
Port Everglades is the name of the cruise port serving Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Port Everglades Cruise Guide is the place to find out about the enormous ships making weekly trips to the Caribbean.
Cruises from Los Angeles are very popular with folks in the western half of the U.S. Destinations include the Pacific coast of Mexico, Hawaii and South America.
Norfolk, Virginia has become a popular cruise departure port for the millions of folks who live in the mid-Atlantic region. Visit NorfolkVisitor.com for information about cruises to Bermuda and the Bahamas.
Another mid-Atlantic cruise departure port is in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore Cruise Guide offers information about the cruise lines – both large and small – that sail from the heart of the Chesapeake Bay.
The historic city of Charleston, South Carolina is now home base for some cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean. CharlestonVoyage.com has information about the ships of the Carnival and Celebrity cruise lines that sail from there.
Port Canaveral is the cruise port closest to Orlando and, appropriately, the home port for Disney Cruise Line voyages to the Bahamas and the Caribbean.