New York Cruises
New York is one of the world's most famous and busiest cruise ports. Six cruise lines sail from Manhattan to the Caribbean, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Canada and Europe. What could be better than a New York cruise past the Statue of Liberty, to the destination of your dreams?
Spend a few days in the city before or after your New York cruise to make it the vacation of a lifetime. Everyone knows New York's attractions - Broadway, shopping, museums, Central Park, restaurants, nightclubs and more sophisticated fun than you can imagine. Take your bite out of the Big Apple ... starting with one of the cruises from NYC.
Caribbean Cruises from NYC
Don't fly to Miami; take a cruise from New York directly to the Caribbean. Norwegian, Carnival, and Holland America cruise lines all sail from Manhattan to the warm islands, including on the big new Norwegian Breakaway. Whether you're going to Bermuda, the Bahamas or farther south, cruises from New York can get you there.
The other two cruise terminals in the New York area also offer cruises to the Caribbean. Celebrity and Royal Caribbean Cruises sail from the Cape Liberty Cruise Port in New Jersey. Mega-size ships now cruise from Brooklyn.
New York Cruises to Canada and Europe
New York cruises to Canada and New England are very popular in the fall. It's a great way to see the autumn colors and visit our northern neighbors. Carnival Cruises, Norwegian Cruises, Holland America and the ultra-luxurious Crystal Cruises all offer cruises to Canada.
The Queen Mary 2 offers transatlantic cruises from New York to England and Europe.
New York is ready to serve as the departure port for your next vacation. Cruises sail year-round to a variety of destinations, including the short cruise to nowhere. There's sure to be a New York cruise that fits your style and budget.
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