Cruises from the South
Today's Best Cruise Deals
New MSC Seaside | 7-Day E. Caribbean Cruise
- Holiday Cruise from FL Dec. 19
- Board the Costa Deliziosa for Nassau & Grand Turk
- Exclusive low rates + senior & resident discounts
Costa Deliziosa 7-Day Bahamas Cruise
- Sail on Caribbean Princess in Jan.
- RT Ft. Lauderdale to Panama, Colombia
- See Jamaica & Cayman Islands
Princess Cruises | 10-Day Central America Transcanal Cruise
- Sail away on the Royal Princess, Jan. 12
- Princess Cay, St. Thomas, Sint Maarten
- 40% off and up to $1700 onboard credit
Princess Cruises | 7-Day E. Caribbean Cruise
- Sail from Miami, Jan to May, 2019
- Instant savings from Cruise.com
- Sail to Castaway Cay, Nassau & Key West
Disney Cruise | 5-Day Bahamas Cruise on Disney Magic
- Board the Grandeur of the Seas, Nov. 1
- Port Canaveral, Grand Bahama, Cococay
- $90 onboard credit for balcony or suite
Royal Caribbean | 9-Nt Bahamas Cruise from Baltimore
- Last minute, fast deal price
- Save up to 79% on Oct. sailing
- Sail to Bermuda, Turks & Caicos
Carnival Conquest | 8-Nt Bermuda Cruise from FL
- Depart from Miami on Oct. 21, 2018
- Free onboard credit on all cabins
- See the Bahamas, Cuba, Belize & Costa Maya
Norwegian Sun | 9-Nt Cruise to Mexico & Cuba
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Cruising from Southern Cruise Ports
Looking for the best cruise deals from ports in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral, New Orleans and more? Florida is the best option for travelers 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 millions of vacationers to tropical wonderlands like the Caribbean and Bahamas on esteemed cruise lines like Carnival, Regent, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian.
If you want a unique spin on traditional travel, seek out voyages from Fort Lauderdale, where many of the world’s largest ships depart. Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Harmony of the Seas is a stunning ship that sails to the Caribbean, 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!”
Within the large ship, you’ll find robots at the Bionic Bar, where the automatons can mix and serve your cocktail of choice. Sailing aboard the largest, most advanced cruise ship in the world is not the only way to make your vacation unique. 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. 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.
Southern cruise ports also include ports in New Orleans and Galveston, Texas. If you'd like to cruise the western Caribbean to Jamaica, the Cayman Islands or sunny Mexico, pick a cruise from New Orleans and enjoy a day or two of jazz and Cajun food in the port city before you depart. Texans can cruise to the Caribbean, Mexico, or Panama from the cruise port in Galveston.
If you’re ready to pack your bags, some of the best cruises from the south can be booked last-minute. With cancellations and unexpected vacancies to make up for, cruise lines offer deals on last-minute cruises to fill the empty cabins on their ships. Search with us, and we’ll connect you to the getaway of a lifetime.
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