Learn More About USA Cruises
From Seattle to San Diego on the West Coast, and from Boston to Miami on the East Coast, so many cruises start and end in absolutely fascinating ports throughout the United States. No matter where your cruise might ultimately take you - across the Atlantic Ocean, to the Mexican Riviera or around the Caribbean islands - consider booking one or two nights extra before or after your cruise to explore the attraction-filled ports of call right here in the United States.
Whether you've always wanted to stroll Hollywood's famous Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, tour expansive plantations in Charleston, ascend the Empire State Building in New York or eat at a crab house in Baltimore, you can enjoy these fun excursions before or after your next cruise.
Of course, two states feature their own cruises: Alaska and Hawaii. Both states offer passengers the opportunity to view some phenomenal scenery: clear-blue glaciers, floating icebergs, dense forest and snow-capped mountain peaks in Alaska, and lush rainforest, dramatic cliffs, golden beaches and swaying palm trees in Alaska. Whether you want a steamy tropical cruise or a rugged, ice-filled itinerary, you don't even have to leave the United States to experience it!