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November 21, 2018

Cruises from Florida

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Cruises from Port Everglades

Fort Lauderdale is a coastal town in South Florida rich with beautiful beaches, museums, and harbors Port Everglades, one of the busiest cruise ports in the world. A cruise from Port Everglades is a cruise from Fort Lauderdale, which means you’ll always be able to experience the most on your vacation – from beginning to end – when you set sail from this tropical region of Florida.
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Jacksonville, Florida | Cruises from JAXPORT

A cruise from Jacksonville begins at the JAXPORT Cruise Terminal – America’s newest cruise port and provides service to the Bahamas, Key West and Mexico aboard Carnival’s Elation and Fascination cruise ships. Jacksonville’s most popular sites of interest include Hemming Plaza, the Riverside area, and the Veterans memorial Wall: A tribute to local servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives in wartime.

Miami, Florida | Cruises from Miami

Miami has a world-class beach scene highlighted by South Beach. Its cruise port, Port Miami, is one of the busiest and most beautiful ports in the U.S. servicing millions of passengers each year. Nearby, take advantage of the sites like Miami Design District, its Museums or spend a day at the beach.

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Port Canaveral, Florida | Cruises from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Located just 45 minutes east of Orlando, Florida, a cruise from Port Canaveral is essentially a cruise from Orlando. Its prime location allows vacationers to enjoy the marvel that is the Kennedy Space Center, and the magic of Disney World before, or after they set sail to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Mexico and more.

Tampa, Florida | Cruises from Tampa

Port Tampa Bay is conveniently situated in close proximity to the Tampa airport. Channelside is an outdoor plaza, a port development filled with live music venues and shopping centers, while the Florida Aquarium and Busch Gardens of Tampa Bay are close by as well. The port continues to service cruisers out of Florida to Bermuda, the Bahamas, along with more Caribbean destinations.
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