Cruises to the USA
The United States wears many hats in the cruise industry. It's the homeport for almost all cruise ships that sail in the Caribbean, Mexican Riviera and Canada, as well as the Panama Canal. Florida has the most homeports, but New York City, Seattle, Galveston and other coastal cities are also cruising hubs. But the U.S. is more than just homeports. Bucket list itineraries like Alaska and Hawaii, and scenic rivers (primarily Mississippi, Ohio, and Columbia) not only draw cruisers from the U.S. but around the world.Read USA Cruise Reviews
9 Things to Know about U.S. River CruisingWanna roll on the river? Read what makes a U.S. river cruise different from its ocean counterpart.
U.S.A. Cruise ReviewsSo many choices, so little time. Find out what other cruisers have to say about sailing the U.S.A.
Port Spotlight: MiamiIf you cruise in the U.S., there's a good chance you'll be sailing out of Miami. Read what makes this Florida city so caliente.
- 10 Best Cruise Homeports in the U.S.
- 5 Best Breakfasts in Miami Before You Cruise
- 5 Best Day Trips From Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
- 5 Florida Cruise Tips
- 5 Signs That Cruising Is Making a Comeback in California
- 5 Tips for a Maryland Cruise
- 5 Tips for California Cruises
- 5 Tips for Louisiana Cruises
- 5 Tips for New Jersey Cruises
- 5 Tips for New York Cruises
- 5 Tips for South Carolina Cruises
- 5 Tips for Texas Cruises
- 5 Tips for Virginia Cruises
- Cape Liberty vs. Manhattan Cruise Port
- Come Aboard My Pacific Coastal Cruise on Celebrity
- Cruises from Houston or Galveston: Which Should You Choose?
- East Coast Cruise Ports: What's New in 2017
- Embarkation in Baltimore Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Bayonne (Cape Liberty) Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Boston Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Charleston Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Galveston Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Jacksonville Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Los Angeles (Long Beach) Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Los Angeles (San Pedro) Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Miami Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Mobile Cruise Port
- Embarkation in New Orleans Cruise Port
- Embarkation in New York City (Manhattan Terminal) Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Red Hook (Brooklyn) Cruise Port
- Embarkation in San Diego Cruise Port
- Embarkation in San Francisco Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Seattle Cruise Port
- Embarkation in Tampa Bay Cruise Port
- Exploring Cruise Homeports: Top Local Attractions in New York City, New Orleans and Miami
- Florida Cruise Ports: What's New in 2017
- Fort Lauderdale vs. Miami Cruise Port
- Great Lakes Cruise Tips
- Gulf Coast Cruise Ports: What's New in 2017
- Like a Local: Fort Lauderdale
- Like a Local: Galveston
- Like a Local: Miami
- Like a Local: New Orleans
- Like a Local: New York City
- Like a Local: San Juan
- National Parks You Can Visit By Cruise
- One Day in Fort Lauderdale
- One Day in Galveston
- One Day in Jacksonville
- One Day in Los Angeles
- One Day in Miami
- One Day in Mobile
- One Day In Red Hook (Brooklyn)
- One Day in San Diego
- One Day in Seattle
- One Day in Tampa
- Slideshow: River Cruise Queens of the Mississippi
- Two Days in Boston
- Two Days in Charleston
- Two Days in New Orleans
- Two Days in New York City
- Two Days in San Francisco
- West Coast Cruise Ports: What's New in 2017
Amelia IslandWhen locals tell you that Amelia Island typifies Old Florida, they ...
BaltimoreBaltimore, Maryland's largest city, is called Charm City because of ...
Bayonne (Cape Liberty)In 2004, Royal Caribbean, looking for an alternative to New York's ...
BostonBoston is a big city, but it doesn't feel that way when you're ...
CharlestonI'm going back to Charleston, back where I belong. I want peace. I ...
ChicagoChicago often is called the Second City, a self-mocking nickname that ...
Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)The "middle city" of Florida's Gold Coast, Fort Lauderdale sits ...
GalvestonThe now-trendy resort town of Galveston is located on a barrier ...
HoustonEditor's Note: As of April 2016, Houston is no longer an active ...
JacksonvilleJacksonville offers a great blend of outdoor appeal. It's got ...
Jekyll IslandJekyll Island is the jewel in Georgia's Golden Isles crown. This ...
Los AngelesThe City of Los Angeles has a lot more going for it than Woody Allen ...
MiamiNo city in the United States has evolved into as many disparate ...
MobileMobile's tourism industry will receive a shot in the arm starting ...
MontereyThe Monterey Peninsula, about 120 miles south of San Francisco, is ...
New OrleansYou can't keep New Orleans down. After weathering economic turmoil ...
New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)Both Cunard and Princess Cruises regularly turn ships around in Red ...
New York (Manhattan)A city of endless possibilities, high energy and great diversity, New ...
NorfolkEditor's Note: Carnival Sunshine is reploying in late 2017. As of ...
PhiladelphiaEditor's Note: Philadelphia is not currently an active cruise port. ...
Port Canaveral (Orlando)Port Canaveral, in the center of Florida's east coast, is not only ...
Port of Palm BeachWith most mega cruise ships embarking from Miami and Fort Lauderdale, ...
San DiegoCalifornia's second largest city, San Diego is located at the foot of ...
San FranciscoIt's no wonder Tony Bennett left his heart there. San Francisco is a ...
St. AugustineIf all you know about St. Augustine is what you remember from ...
TampaTucked inside Tampa Bay on Florida's west coast, it's really no ...
TERRIFIC RIVER CRUISEcasewellWe wanted to see more of the United States. Have been to California and seeing Oregon and Washington finishes the West Coast for us. There is so much of the U.S. to see here that we are only putting a small dent in it! The American Empress is a ... Read more
A week on the Chesapeake.triviascribeChose this cruise to visit Tangier Island, Williamsburg, Annapolis and other small communities along the Virginia and Maryland shores. The food is always wonderful with accommodations made for dietary needs. There is always a riverlorian or ... Read more
Dream CruiseKid55We wanted to experience A smaller cruise ship with less people. We really enjoyed it felt more relaxed. The food was excellent also cocktail hour, hors d'oeuvres were great. Shannon, The hotel manager was very accommodating, I wanted to have ... Read more
American cruise line main coast tourMercerlorrieA fabulous cruise of select ports on the Maine coast. Excellent food - and plenty of it. This cruise focused a lot on lobster, and how great is that? However there were always several choices for appetizers, entres and deserts. Dining was open ... Read more
Time to enjoy crab!bonnierobinI had never been in this area. It was a good introduction to this part of our United States. I leaned so much about the area and the American Revolution from the lectures and then seeing the areas. The Captain and crew were very friendly. They ... Read more
Really love the idea of seeing AMERICA! We went on an 11 night Cruise to New England. There were about 120 guest on this new boat. It was smooth and the rooms were amazing with nice balconies. The staff is all American and made up of respectable ... Read more
Great Againkrawal7th cruise with American Cruise Lines and each getting better. Looking forward to #8 in August.. This was a brand new ship and only on it's second cruise. Some problems with the free wi-fi and on board printers but again the staff printed our ... Read more