Cruises Departing from Florida
7-Day Bermuda Cruise on Norwegian Dawn
April 2018 sailing
Norwegian Dawn features great entertainment and fun for the whole family. It features 17 dining options, 12 bars and lounges, fitness center, spa, casino, and much much more. Grab your whole family and book your next cruise today with Cruise.com, who features the latest discounts and specials.
Cruises Deals from Florida, Galveston, New Orleans & the South
Depart on a fabulous Caribbean or Mexico cruise from Port Canaveral, Tampa, New Orleans, Fort Lauderdale or the Port of Miami for your next vacation. Relax on the stunning beaches of the Bahamas, Cozumel, Falmouth and the BVI's. From three-day getaways to 13-day escapes, there's a deal to satisfy every cruiser.
4-Day All-Inclusive Cuba Cruise + $1 Deposits
- Book w/ only $1 Deposits by March 23
- Free Open Bar + Up to 5 Free Offers
- Cruise to Havana from Miami or Orlando
3-Nt Bahamas Cruise on Carnival Victory
- Seuss at Sea, Serenity Retreat & more
- Pricing found for April 13 sailing
- Departs from the Port of Miami
10-Day S. Caribbean Cruise - Princess Cruises
- Up to $1,700 onboard credit
- April and May 2018 sailings - Book now!
- See the Virgin Islands and Princess Cay
7-Day Caribbean Cruise on New MSC Seaside
- $100 onboard credit on select sailings
- Sailings in Apr thru Oct. 2018
- Miami to Philipsburg, San Juan, Nassau
7-Day Caribbean Cruise on Oasis of the Seas
- May through Dec. 2018 sailings
- 30% off guests; free specialty dining
- From Port Canaveral to Virgin Islands
5-Day W. Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Fantasy
- Up to $1600 cash back available
- May 2018 sailing
- Vegas-style revues in lounge
7-Day W. Caribbean Cruise on MSC Seaside
- April 2018 sailing - Kids sail free!
- Up to $150 ship credit select bookings
- Philipsburg, San Juan, Nassau
7-Day Mexico Cruise on Carnival Miracle
- Special resident and senior rates
- April 2018 sailing
- Roundtrip from Tampa, Florida
More Southern Ports
Cruising from Florida
Looking for the best Florida cruise deals from ports in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral, and more? Departing from Florida is the best option for travelers who hail from the Sunshine State or those who want to explore magnificent cities, such as Miami, the “Cruise Capital of the World,” before they set sail. Each year, this busy port ships thousands of vacationers to tropical wonderlands like the Caribbean and the Bahamas on esteemed cruise lines like Carnival Cruise Line, Costa Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian Cruise Line.
If one wants a unique spin on traditional travel, one should seek out voyages from Fort Lauderdale, where many of the world’s largest ships depart. For example, Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Harmony of the Seas is a stunning ship that mainly sails to the Caribbean but also visits Europe and the Mediterranean. The largest cruise ship in the world has seven neighborhoods and amenities like virtual balconies, kid-friendly parks, a Starbucks café, and an ocean-side theater, not to mention Broadway shows like “Cats” and “Mamma Mia!” Alongside the massive crew and staff, you’ll find robots at the Bionic Bar, where the automatons can mix and serve your cocktail of choice. If you ever wanted to see the future of cruise ship travel, Harmony of the Seas is for you.
Of course, sailing aboard the largest, most advanced cruise ship in the world is not the only way to make your vacation unique. You could also work in some of Florida’s other attractions, such as Orlando’s top theme parks, before you embark on a cruise from nearby Port Canaveral. With Dunhill Travel Deals, you can even follow one Disney cruise with another from California. We keep things affordable, so you won’t spend all of your money on one vacation. We believe once-in-a-lifetime experiences should happen more than once in a lifetime.
So if you’re ready to pack your bags, some of the best cruises from Florida can be booked right up to just before you plan to travel. With cancellations and unexpected vacancies to make up for, cruise lines offer deals on last-minute cruises from Florida to fill the empty spaces on their ships. Search with us, and we’ll connect you to the getaway you’ve been waiting for.