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Baltimore, Maryland

Port of Baltimore
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port baltimoreWith a world-class aquarium, major sporting events and fantastic food, Baltimore is filled with things to do and see. The prime spot for activity is the Inner Harbor, where you'll find the Harborside Shopping Pavilion, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the National Aquarium, Port Discovery and much, much more. Plus, there are a number of historical sites nearby, including Mount Vernon and Federal Hill.

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For a real family adventure, check out the National Aquarium in the Inner Harbor, with an amazing collection of more than 10,000 specimens and 560 species. You'll encounter everything from the gigantic pacific octopus to a blue poison dart frog, and don't forget humpback whales, monkeys, sharks, puffins and more. There's even a simulated rain forest with piranha and sloths, and a coral reef with vividly colored tropical fish.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Let the kids go wild at Port Discovery, the Kid-Powered Museum. With three floors of interactive exhibits, there's something for everyone.

    • Learn the history of baseball and tour Babe Ruth's Birthplace and Museum, listed as a national historic site.

    • Enjoy a great Italian meal in Baltimore's own Little Italy and then take a stroll through the quaint streets.

    • Catch an IMAX movie or planetarium show at the Maryland Science Center.

    • Visit the Baltimore Zoo, home to more than 2,000 exotic animals in a wooded, 180-acre setting.

    • Walk through Federal Hill, a neighborhood on the historic register, and the Cross Street Market.

    • Our nation's anthem will unfold before you when you visit the star shaped Fort McHenry. Tour the historical site that defended the Baltimore Harbor in the War of 1812 and inspired Francis Scott Key to pen The Star-Spangled Banner.

Sporting Adventures

If there's one thing that the people of Baltimore are crazy about, it's baseball, played right in the Inner Harbor in Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Another exciting sporting event in the area is the Preakness Stakes, part of the prestigious Triple Crown of horse racing. It's held every May at the oldest racetrack in Maryland, the Pimlico Racecourse.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Given its seaside location, it's not surprising that Baltimore has its fair share of great seafood restaurants. But for a true culinary experience, you'll want to stop by one of the many crab houses you'll come across to try the popular local dish, the Crab Cake. What's so special about it? It's made with Maryland Blue Crabs, which are found predominantly in the brackish waters of the Chesapeake Bay.

Bayonne, NJ (NY City Harbor)

Cape Liberty Cruise Port
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port bayonneCape Liberty Cruise Port is located on the New York Harbor in Bayonne, New Jersey, and is just seven miles from New York City and three miles from Newark Liberty International Airport. Its waterfront location and convenience to the Big Apple allows visitors easy access to everything New York City has to offer along with providing visitors access to the historic roots of Northern New Jersey.  Convenient guest parking is located adjacent to the cruise terminal.

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As a symbol of democracy and freedom, the Statue of Liberty is recognized around the world and is synonymous with the United States. You can reach Liberty Island by ferry, departing from Jersey City, New Jersey.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Take a tour of Ellis Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. From 1892 to 1954, the island was the gateway for more than 12-million immigrants to the United States.

    • Explore the Liberty Science Center located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey which features hundred of interactive exhibits, shows, demonstrations and the nation's largest IMAXTM Dome Theater.

    • Visit the Bayonne Bridge in Bayonne, New Jersey, which is one of the longest steel arch bridges in the world. It's not only impressive in size, but also in looks. When it opened in 1931, the American Institute for Steel Construction named the bridge the 'Most Beautiful Steel Arch'.

    • See more than a century's worth of fire-fighting history at the Chief John T. Brennan Fire Museum in Bayonne, New Jersey. First used in 1870, the firehouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings.

Shopping for Bargains

New York City is quite literally a shopping mecca. You can find anything and everything here, from the world's finest designers on Fifth Avenue to eclectic boutiques throughout the city. And for souvenirs, you don't have to go far - you'll find a shop on just about every block.

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Whether you're looking for an elegant dinner for two or hot dogs for the family, New York City has some of the best food in the world. Grab a sandwich at Sardi's, a deli in Times Square famous for its celebrity-named sandwiches. Or get a slice of the pizza the city is famous for, offered in any number of small restaurants and street vendors.

Boston, Massachusetts

Cruiseport Boston

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boston cruise terminal

Cruiseport Boston contributes nearly a half billion dollars to the regional economy. Several major cruise lines – including Norwegian Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Royal Caribbean International – serve Massport’s Flynn Cruiseport Boston providing passengers with an attractive mix of cruises to Canada/New England, Bermuda, the Caribbean, and Europe. Boston is also a popular port-of-call destination for more than 20 different cruise lines, including Princess Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Viking Ocean Cruises and Oceania, among others. 


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Walk the cobblestone and brick of the Freedom Trail and you'll see many monuments to Boston's rich history. Beginning at Boston Common, you'll pass the site of the Boston Massacre and go on to Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere's House and Charlestown, among many other places central to American history. You'll find out why they call Boston "The Walking City."

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Head for Boston Common and retrace the footsteps of the ducks in the book Make Way for Ducklings or take a ride on the legendary swan boats.

    • Shop in some of the world's finest stores on famous Newbury Street. You'll find everything from Prada® and Chanel® to Gap® and Banana Republic®.

    • Catch a game at Fenway Park, one of the oldest baseball venues in America.

    • Walk Harvard Square's streets that date from 1631 to see its famous bookstores, eclectic shopping, art galleries, cultural theatres, and some of the best dining in all of Boston.

    • Trade in your cruise ship for a unique and exciting DUCK - a WWII water-landing vehicle. Tour the best of Boston and soak up a view of the skyline while your "ConDUCKtor" enlightens you with fun facts and insights.

    • Tour Lexington and Concord, the grounds that launched the Revolutionary War. Walk the streets of Paul Revere to see the Concord Museum, Minuteman Statue homes of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathanial Hawthorne and Louisa May Alcott.

    • Hunt for bargains in Filene's Basement, a local landmark in the actual basement of Filene's.


Get a Taste of Local Flavor

New England clam chowder isn't just a soup around here, it's an institution. You'll find it anywhere, but a popular choice with locals is Legal Seafood's Inaugural Clam Chowder.

Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston Cruise Port
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port charlestonThe south has always been known for its grace and charm. And nothing epitomizes it better than the beautiful historic city of Charleston. This "living museum" is made up of formal gardens, magnificent plantations and stately old homes that offer a first-hand glimpse into life before the Civil War. No wonder Charleston is cited in polls as one of the top ten domestic destinations to visit in the world.

Consistently ranked as one of the top 10 tourism destinations in the world by Conde Nast magazine, Charleston has what your what you're looking for.

Lovingly preserved for 300 years, Charleston is a living museum. Here a ship's passengers can step back in time to the eighteenth century, before the Revolution, when Charleston was the seat of British rule and the cultural capital of the New World.

There's so much to see and do in the Charleston area -- history, architecture, arts, tours, dining, entertainment, plantations, attractions, and the nation's finest Visitor Center are just a small sampling of what's available. Charleston is truly a feast for the senses.

The aspect of a Charleston port-call that passengers truly love is that everything is within easy walking distance. The Passenger Terminal is literally in the city's Historic District. Upon disembarking, passengers are only two blocks from Charleston's famous public market.

We do, however, have more than just a great city to keep passengers happy. Whether the cruise line is using the Port of Charleston as an origination point or a port-of-call, passengers enjoy a number of outstanding extras:

    • The terminal is within two miles of both Interstate 26 and U.S. Highway 17 and is easy to locate once in the city.

    • The Charleston region is home to world-class golf courses which have hosted many national and international events, including the Ryder Cup.

    • The Passenger Terminal is located in the Historic District, offering safe and easy touring near the ship.

    • The market area and its dozens of shops and restaurants are located only one block away, and provide early arrivals an excellent way to pass the time.

    • A well-appointed Visitor Center is available nearby, as well as many local tour services that will appeal to every interest.

    • Airline service and connections are competitive and the airport is only 20 minutes from the terminal.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida  

Port Everglades
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port ft lauderdalePort Everglades boasts more cruise lines, more sailings and more itineraries than any other port in the world. But it's the world-class services and luxury facilities that make it smooth sailing for the cruise-bound. Cruise vacationers enjoy:

    • 12 spacious, air-conditioned passenger terminals (by 2007)

    • Snack bars, restrooms and seating areas in terminals

    • Two patrolled, secure, covered parking garages with 4,500 spaces

    • Efficient drop-off areas and parking ramps

    • Covered walkways and elevator/escalator access to gangways

    • Shuttle service to distant terminals (18, 29)

    • Vehicle-to-ship porter service for baggage

    • Easy access to local transportation: airport, highway, buses, taxis, rental cars

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People have been flocking to Fort Lauderdale's beaches for decades. And with good reason. Fort Lauderdale Beach is a two-mile strip of beautiful beach featuring the recently renovated Promenade, which offers all sorts of bars, restaurants and shops.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Take a 30-minute airboat ride across the Everglades, one of the most breathtaking natural areas in America. Discover a variety of fish and birds that inhabit the area, and perhaps see the most famous Everglades inhabitant - the alligator. Enjoy Sawgrass Reptile Exhibit after your ride and take the opportunity to touch or possibly hold a small alligator. Discover the replica of a Seminole Indian village. See tropical birds, rare snakes, and even the endangered Florida panther.

    • Take a narrated drive through Port Everglades over the Intercoastal Waterway and along the famous Fort Lauderdale Beach. Explore the International Swimming Hall of Fame, Las Olas Boulevard, the Riverwalk area and more. Stop and see Esplanade Park, the crossroads of the Center for Performing Arts and the Museum of Discovery and Science. Take a 90-minute Intercoastal Waterway cruise, and hear a lively commentary from the boat's captain on the history of the New River and Fort Lauderdale's historic sites.

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Fish is fresh and delicious in Florida. Grouper is probably the most popular choice and is served almost any way imaginable. You'll find it fried, broiled, sautéed, and even served with pasta. But a true Floridian staple is a fresh grouper sandwich and fries eaten outside by the water. It's hard to beat this old standby.

Galveston, Texas

Port of Galveston
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port galvestonGalveston Island is Texas' top historic destination, offering 32 miles of relaxing beaches, great seafood, tropical scenery, superb restaurants, marvelous downtown shopping, breathtaking Victorian architecture, numerous antique stores, incredible art galleries, plus tons of attractions, entertainment venues and world-class sportfishing.

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Probably the most charming way to discover this historic city is by carriage. Take a carriage ride through the Victorian-era streets and let your driver take you back through history.


Other Fun Things to Do

    • Spend a lazy day relaxing on the beach or fishing off the coast.

    • Discover the famed historic Strand District and have fun shopping in the city's more than 100 curio shops, outlets, antique stores, art galleries, and numerous museums and gardens.

    • Explore some of the most historic buildings in Texas - Victorian homes and businesses that have withstood hurricanes, fire and modern development.

    • Stop by the Grand Opera House, ranked as one of the nation's finest historic theaters.

    • Visit Moody Gardens, featuring a two-million-gallon aquarium, a 3D IMAX Theater, an IMAX Ridefilm, and a twelve-story tropical rain forest.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

There aren't many places where you can enjoy Gulf shrimp, Louisiana crawfish, Galveston Bay oysters, and soft-shell crabs while you watch the very ships that caught them at work. The seafood here is fresh and always delicious.

Los Angeles, California

See "San Pedro, near Los Angeles" below

Miami, Florida

Port of Miami
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port miamiSouth Florida's exciting, international city is much more than the gateway to Latin America. It's one of the world's most popular vacation destinations. With its world-renowned beaches, unrivaled nightlife, unique culinary experiences and Latin flavor, this is one place you'll want to check out. Before departing from Miami, enjoy a tour that will highlight this exciting city.

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Miami Beach is one of Miami's most popular attractions. There, you'll see supermodels and celebrities side by side with octogenarians in pastel plaid. This diversity is one of the main attractions of this area. But the wide, sandy beaches and clean, warm water don't hurt.




Other Fun Things to Do

    • Drive through Miami, discovering its rich history, then head out to the Everglades, the only subtropical preserve in North America. As you approach the park, a guide will tell you about the many birds and foliage found in the River of Grass. Then explore the Glades on a 40-minute airboat ride, and see an Indian village, alligator wrestling and even a wildlife show.

    • Take a colorful tour to the world-famous Art-Deco District of South Beach. Then head to Brickell Avenue, the financial heart of Miami. Your tour takes you to the bohemian village of Coconut Grove and its lush vegetation. Finally, a drive through Coral Gables will take you past the Biltmore Hotel, the Venetian Pool and Miracle Mile.

    • Marvel at the homes of the rich and famous while cruising the calm waters of Biscayne Bay on the Island Queen.

Sporting Adventures

Try snorkeling or scuba diving off Key Biscayne in John Pennecamp Coral Reef State Park, a protected 78 sq. mile (202 sq. km) section of the Florida Reef.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Miami is famous for its seasonal stone crabs. You eat only the claws. They take just one from each crab leaving it to grow another. Be forewarned: the shells are extremely hard to crack, but the meat is sweet and delicious.

New Orleans, LA   

Port of New Orleans
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port New OrleansTwo words always come to mind when you think about New Orleans: Mardi Gras. But it's so much more than that. Anyone interested in food, history or music - as well as romantics of all sorts - will enjoy a visit to New Orleans. The weather can be extremely hot, just like the Cajun and Creole dishes this town is famous for. If your cruise is departing from New Orleans, you may want to spend an extra day or two here, exploring this fascinating city.

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You can't say you've been to New Orleans if you haven't been to the French Quarter. This charming area is the oldest part of the city and home to many of its most popular sights.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Explore lively Bourbon Street and experience New Orleans' Southern hospitality firsthand.

    • Take in some of the best jazz music in the world, while enjoying the unique cuisine of New Orleans - crawdads, gumbo or jambalaya.

    • Head to the Garden District and check out some of the beautiful homes and  architecture.

    • Join a famous after-dark Vampire Walking Tour for a fun and thrilling night out.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

For breakfast - or pretty much anytime - head to Café du Monde for decadent beignets. These square donut-like treats are coated in powdered sugar and completely addictive.

New York, NY

Manhattan Terminal
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port new yorkNew York City’s world-class cruise ship ports in both Manhattan & Brooklyn offer ideal facilities for cruise arrivals or departures. New York Cruise brings the most spectacular - often the fastest, biggest, and most luxurious - passenger ships. Itineraries include Bermuda, Canada, New England, Europe, the Caribbean and world cruises.

The Manhattan Cruise Terminal had its start as the New York City Passenger Ship Terminal in the 1930s, when Mayor LaGuardia built long, modern finger piers out into the Hudson along Manhattan's west side. For much of the early twentieth century, a half dozen of the world's greatest passenger ships docked side by side from Piers 84 to 94-a stretch that became known as Luxury Liner Row-starting with the Normandie in 1935, followed by the Queen Mary the following year and the Queen Elizabeth after the outbreak of World War II. During the war, thousands of GI's embarked on the latter two ships for the European theater of war-16,683 at once when the Queen Mary departed from Pier 90 in July 1943.

Kings, queens and Hollywood royalty enjoyed luxurious post-war cruises, departing from the Terminal in great numbers. Despite the advent of affordable air travel in the 1950s, cruising enjoyed a resurgence of popularity in the 1960s, with Bermuda as a popular destination. Following renovation of the piers in 1970, the Terminal has served the expanding cruise travel business, and continued its historical role of providing embarkation for all transatlantic crossings.

The Terminal was closed after the terror attack on September 11, and served for more than three months as an emergency management command center for city, state and federal agencies. In January 2002, the Queen Elizabeth 2 was the first cruise ship to return to the terminal, embarking from New York City on a 108-day world cruise.

Norfolk, Virginia

Half Moone Cruise Port
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port norfolkNamed for a fort built in 1673 on the same site, Norfolk's Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center is open for business and welcoming passengers from across the country. The state-of-the-art facility was designed to be much more than just another terminal and boasts one of the nation's largest privately-owned ocean liner collections as well as 400-year-old artifacts from historic Jamestown. Embarking has never been easier; a recent Bermuda-bound passenger said his experience  was "flawless and fast." With the addition of the Half Moone in downtown Norfolk, no other port comes close.

Thomas Jefferson arrived in Norfolk on November 23, 1789, after a two-month passage across the Atlantic. Before returning to his home in Charlottesville, Jefferson stayed in Norfolk visiting friends and enjoying the city's hospitality. More than two hundred years later, cruisers are rediscovering this historic seaport. Whether you opt for a pre/post package through your travel agent or just want to come a few days early, Norfolk will roll out the red carpet. Within walking distance of your cruise ship, you can explore Nauticus and discover the Battleship Wisconsin. Spend a night or two in one of our area hotels and the following day in neighboring Colonial Williamsburg. Bringing the kids along? How about a trip to nearby Virginia Beach or a day at Busch Gardens? Visit the Chrysler Museum of Art and see why the New York Times calls Norfolk a "cultural center of note". The list goes on and on...  For more information on pre/post packages or for help planning your trip to Norfolk, please call Visit Norfolk at 1-757-664-6620.

Port Canaveral, Florida 

Port Canaveral
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port pt canaveralPort Canaveral is the second busiest cruise port in the world. During calendar year 2004, a record 4.6 million revenue cruise passengers passed through the Port's cruise terminals.

The gateway to Central Florida, Port Canaveral provides access to the wonderful theme parks and entertainment complexes of Orlando, the spectacular wonders of the Kennedy Space Center and the natural habitats of the alligator and Florida manatee.

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Experience the wonders of the Kennedy Space Center with the whole family. See, hear and touch NASA's glorious past, inspiring present and exciting future. Stroll through the Rocket Garden, home of Apollo and Gemini-era rockets, board life-size replicas of the space shuttle Explorer and see spacecraft that have actually orbited the Earth.

 Other Fun Things to Do

    • Take an exciting and educational airboat tour into central Florida's Everglades. As you travel deep into the wilderness, you'll glide over a sea of grass into the pristine fresh-water eco-system of Bald Cypress Swamp, where alligators and other wildlife abound.

    • Explore Cocoa Beach, made famous by "I Dream of Jeannie," just a short drive from Port Canaveral and south of the Kennedy Space Center. You'll be charmed by the unique shops, many parks and 12 miles of beaches.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

True Floridians celebrate Florida's wild side. And there aren't many places on earth more wild than the Everglades. Get a real taste of the Everglades by sampling some alligator meat. It's a popular appetizer all over the area and most people say it tastes "just like chicken."

San Diego, California   

Port of San Diego
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port san diegoSan Diego is California's "first city," with roots dating back to 1796. San Diego's beautiful harbor is a lovely place to stroll and explore. Historic Seaport Village, along the Embarcadero, is filled with fascinating shops and galleries. But if you wish to explore further, San Diego offers a world of excitement.

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See some of the most amazing animals on earth at the world-famous San Diego Zoo. Enjoy magnificent exhibits, which will amaze adults and children alike. Be sure to see the famous Panda Bears, a gift to the zoo from China.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • See the historic Gaslamp Quarter, cross the Coronado Bay Bridge and stop at the Ferry Landing.

    • Explore the historic Victorian mansions and white-sand beaches of Coronado Island on a bicycle expedition.

    • Marvel at the talents of the performing dolphins and killer whales at SeaWorld® Adventure Park.

Sporting Adventures

Play a round of golf at the Balboa Municipal Golf Course, designed in 1927 by William Bell. This course boasts beautiful views of the downtown area and features numerous hills and canyons, making it an enjoyable but challenging course.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

port san juanWith its cobblestone streets, brightly colored buildings and a history that stretches back to the Conquistadors, San Juan is a popular tourist destination. The oldest city under U.S. jurisdiction, it offers a warm climate throughout the year, with temperatures sizzling in the summer.  Mountains cover over half of the island terrain, but the geography of Puerto Rico also includes rain forests, deserts and caves.

The past lives on in Old San Juan, where restored 16th- and 17th-century buildings line the streets paved with blue adoquine stones. Wander the labyrinthine ramparts and tunnels of the great El Morro citadel and the venerable Castillo de San Cristóbal, a World Heritage and National Historic Site. Or take a ferry to the Barcardi distillery for an introduction to rum production. When you work up an appetite with your explorations, dine on the savory flavors of the local "Créole" cuisine: hearty soups and stews with aromatic spices, roasted meats and desserts made with sweet coconut milk. San Juan offers culinary and sight-seeing sensations to travelers of all ages!


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When you're in San Juan, don't miss the opportunity to witness the pinnacle of natural beauty by exploring Puerto Rico's El Yunque Rain Forest. It features more than 240 species of trees, hundreds of miniature orchids, and what was once believed to be the Fountain of Youth.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • See Baño Grande, a natural swimming pool. Then take a walk on Camitillo Trail and look for the artificial nest of the Puerto Rican parrot and the flora and fauna of the Palo Colorado forest.

    • Explore Old San Juan, the second-oldest European settlement in the New World. Ride to San Felipe El Morro, the most dramatic of all the city's military fortifications. Visit the Casa Blanca Museum & Gardens, the Ballaja Barracks, Quincentennial Square, San Jose Church, San Juan Cathedral, and Cristo Chapel.

    • Bike through the gorgeous scenery of the Piñones Reserve, home to the island's most spectacular views.

San Pedro (near Los Angeles), California

Pacific Cruise Ship Terminal
port san pedro

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Welcome to Pacific Cruise Ship Terminals. Located in the Port of Los Angeles' World Cruise Center. Homeport of the television series "The Love Boat" (1977 to 1986), the cruise center is the premier gateway to Los Angeles and Southern California.

The Port is a stop for cruise itineraries sailing to Mexico and other world destinations. Whether you are here visiting or traveling on a cruise, give us a call and we'll make sure your trip will be memorable. Over 1 million passengers served.

It's an exciting semitropical city of palm trees, swimming pools, television studios and aerospace factories. Los Angeles is one of the world's most exciting cities and the movie-making capital of the world. Wherever you visit, from ritzy Beverly Hills to the wondrous Hollywood Bowl, you'll have an unforgettable stay.

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No trip to L.A. is complete without a stop in Disneyland. This world-famous park has been a favorite of children - and adults - for generations. While you're there, you should stop by Disney's California AdventureSM park. This newest Disney park is an idealized version of California, from its gold-mining history to its colorful present.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Visit the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion - former site of the Academy Awards®.

    • Explore Olvera Street, the original site of the small Mexican village that grew to be L.A.

    • See a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, famous for its perfect and natural acoustics.

    • Compare your footprints and handprints with those of your favorite movie stars and celebrities at Mann's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard.

Seattle, Washington

Port of Seattle
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port seattleSeattle is often characterized by its laid-back attitude and rainy climate, but this thriving metropolis also offers one-of-a-kind architecture, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, and a unique urban sophistication.  

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A trip to Seattle isn't complete without visiting Pike Place Market. Here, you can browse the stalls of local merchants and artists, take in a street performance, or watch fishmongers play catch with the catch of the day.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Take in the view from the Space Needle, a 650-foot structure left over from the 1962 World's Fair.

    • Check out the Experience Music Project, a rock-n-roll museum known not only for its contents, but for its architectural design.

    • Stroll through the historic district of Pioneer Square, filled with art galleries, restaurants, and plenty of bookstores and boutiques.

    • Gain some historical insight at the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.

    • Walk along Alaskan Way, which will bring you through downtown Seattle's waterfront, past gift shops and restaurants.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Thanks to the fish-abundant waters, Seattle offers fabulous seafood restaurants, ranging from fine dining to casual eating. There's also a great selection of brew pubs, and of course, coffee shops. With lattes and cappuccinos on just about every street corner, Seattle's easygoing attitude seems to be fueled by caffeine. 

Shopping Around

If you're looking for an upscale shopping mall with character, head downtown to Westlake Park. To uncover an antique treasure, you'll want to go to the Pioneer Square Antique Mall, where more than 60 dealers have their collections on sale. Or, for more traditional crafts and specialty stores, Pike Place Market is the place to be.


Tampa, Florida

Port Tampa Bay
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Tampa Port

Tampa, Florida is not only a port - it's a destination full of exciting and fun things to do. Experience beautiful beaches, historical sights, arts, entertainment, fabulous restaurants and, if you can find time, the nearby city of St. Petersburg

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For a little fun, head down to Ybor City, the Cuban district of Tampa, which used to be the center of production of hand-rolled cigars. Today this restored area is teeming with restaurants, shops and bars. It's also a National Historic Landmark District with amazing wrought-iron balconies, globe street lights, brick-lined walkways and the majestic architecture of the old cigar factories.

Other Fun Things to Do

    • Explore Africa, with zebras, giraffes, elephants and more, all roaming free in natural surroundings at Busch Gardens, a 330-acre zoo and theme park.
    • Visit the Channelside Shops and the Florida Aquarium, home to an incredible 4,500 animal and plant species. The Aquarium has a wetlands area, activities for the whole family and the only diving shark tank of its kind.
    • Visit St. Petersburg's impressive Salvador Dali Museum, which houses the largest collection of Dali's work outside of Spain.
    • Head to the beautiful, powdery white beaches of nearby St. Petersburg and Sarasota.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

The Cuban influence is still strong in Tampa today. It's a great place to sample delicious roast pork, black beans and rice, Cuban sandwiches and other authentic delicacies.


Tampa, Florida is not only a port - it's a destination full of exciting and fun things to do. Experience beautiful beaches, historical sights, arts, entertainment, fabulous restaurants and, if you can find time, the nearby city of St. Petersburg