Ports of CallYou are virtually unlimited in your choice of cruising destinations. A popular choice is the Alaskan Cruise, which explores the Pacific Northwest on the Inside Passage, and highlights the stunning wilderness of the Alaska region. An African cruise typically starts in the Mediterranean, and then cruises around Africa via the Suez Canal.
Asian cruises travel from anywhere from India to the Philippines, with dozens of port cities throughout the continent. Asian cruises are an easy way to explore the diverse continent, departing from any number of port cities.
The Bahamas offer some of the clearest, most beautiful waters in the world. A Bahamas Cruise will explore this nation of 700 islands. Bahamas cruises typically anchor in Nassau. Caribbean cruises are popular destinations, visiting Havana and San Juan.
A European Cruise is an ideal way to explore the diverse countries of Europe. There are so many different regions that there are also many different European cruises. For example, Mediterranean cruises explore the coasts of Spain, France, Italy, Greece, and Turkey.
South Pacific Cruises typically begin in Sydney, Australia, then travel north to New Zealand and then on to the ancient, exotic islands of the South Pacific. Transatlantic cruises can take you roundtrip from New York to London, from Florida to Italy, or from Miami to France. But a USA Kreuzfahrt has its charms. Travel to New York to Florida to California and even to Hawaii.
If you have three or four months and want to see it all, consider a World cruise. See the world without the hassle of multiple airports, carrying your luggage around the world, packing and unpacking at each destination.
These are just some of the more popular cruising destinations, by no means an exhaustive list. There are destinations within the United States, trans-continental destinations, and almost any length or destination you can imagine.