North America and US Cruises

From San Diego to Seattle or from Miami to Boston, many US cruises begin and end in captivating ports across the country. Cruises starting in North America often pass through other magnificent regions such as the Caribbean and the Mexican Riviera – however, it is well worth booking a couple of nights before or after your cruise to fully enjoy all that the American ports have to offer.

Every port of call is rich in history and much of the architecture relates back to the 19th century. New York is often a preferred turnaround port and few passengers pass up the opportunity spend a few days discovering the Big Apple.

Cruises that voyage through the Gulf of St Lawrence to Montreal are particularly exciting and many ships dock overnight. The extra time in Montreal allows passengers to experience the restaurants and culture of the world’s second largest French speaking city and get a taste for Canadian life as well as that in the US.

Two states are considered cruise destinations in their own rights, with beautiful and contrasting scenery. Alaska cruises offer icebergs, clear-blue glaciers, dense forests and vast snowy mountains – where as Hawaii is home to swaying palms, verdant rainforest, endless beaches and tropical relaxation.

Whilst some of the North America cruises include a transit of the Panama Canal, you may want to book one of our Panama Canal cruises to see this fascinating man-made waterway in more detail.

Cruise Ship - Queen Victoria

Europe, Mediterranean

1st Jul 2017 | 21 nights

On board Queen Victoria

Ports of call: Rome (Civitavecchia) - Malta (La Valletta) - Kotor - Venice - Zadar - Venice - Dubrovnik - Corfu - Katakolon - Heraklion - Athens (Piraeus) - Istanbul - Rhodes - Mykonos - Athens (Piraeus)

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