Vacation in Florida, or cruise from Florida - or both!
Get on a ship, unpack once, and prepare to be pampered and entertained. Chill and relax or dance and get a bit wild at the night clubs on board. Oh and the food - it never stops! Don't forget the shore excursions, which range from interesting / education to downright wet and wild!
Embark on a Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico vacation voyage from one of these Florida sea ports:
- Cape Canaveral: Port Canaveral (C)
- Fort Lauderdale: Port Everglades (F)
- Jacksonville: Jacksonville Port Authority (J)
- Tampa: Tampa Port Authority (T)
- Miami: Port of Miami-Dade (M)
City/port code listed in parenthesis.
1 Day Bahama Cruise (F) - Affordable day trips to the Bahamas.
Cruise Lines (J) - Northeastern Florida
and St. John's River at selected times of the year.
Carnival Cruise Lines (C, T, M) - Calls itself "The Most Popular Cruise Line in the World®". Carnival's fleet is large with a wide array of options at good value.
Celebration Cruise Line - Out of West Palm Beach for short trips to the Bahamas.
Cruises (F, M, T) - Premium
line offering luxury, award-wining cuisine and five-star entertainment.
Costa Cruises (F) - "Italian-style" on contemporary
ships with Italian influences.
Cruises (F) - Luxury line providing
Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, Panama Canal and west coast
Cunard Line (F) - Outstanding British service aboard the luxurious Queen Elizabeth or the Queen Victoria.
Disney Cruise Line (C) - Premium line with legendary Disney service and entertainment catering to adults, families, teens, and children - fun for all ages.
America Line (F, T) - Premium line offering an elegant, traditional style.
MSC Cruises (F) - Offering destinations to the Bahamas, St. Kitts, Barbados, Martinique, Jamaica and Tortola.
Line (M) - Freestyle Cruising to Caribbean and
Mexico in a less structured environment.
(F) - Premium line with emphasis on personal
choice on a wide variety of destinations and itineraries.
Seas Cruises (F) - A large luxury line with several six-star rated ships including smaller yacht-like
Caribbean International (C, F, M, T) - Over a dozen ships servicing a wide variety of destinations,
itineraries and schedules.
Line (F) - Ultra-luxury on small,