Local Cruises - New York

| Tuesday, 05 Mar. 2013

Local cruises, ship departures from U.S. cities like Seattle and Boston, are back due to the economic slowdown. Here is a guide to finding the perfect local cruise for you.

Local cruises, also known as drive-to cruises in the cruise industry, are popular once again as people look to scale back their vacation costs. A local cruise saves time and money by eliminating the need to fly to your departure port. There is a local cruise for almost everyone if you live within a few hours of the coast -- East or West. Here is our local cruise guide for you:

Local Cruises from New York City Here's your sailings for 2009 from New York City (Manhattan).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Caribbean Princess offers seven-day cruises to New England, Canada in the fall of 2009. During the summer the ship offers nine-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean and Bermuda, including San Juan and St. Thomas.
  • Carnival Miracle offers six-day cruises to Bermuda in 2009. The ship will cruise on eight-day itineraries to the Eastern Caribbean, including San Juan, St. Thomas and Tortola throughout 2009. There are eight-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean to Grand Turk, Half Moon Cay and Nassau in 2009. Two-day cruises to nowhere are also scheduled.
  • Carnival Triumph sails seven-day cruises to Canada/New England in the fall 2009. Alternating four-day and five-day cruises to Canada are scheduled in the summer of 2009. A nine-day cruise to Québec City is also scheduled for 2009.
  • Crystal Symphony has an 11-day cruise to Montréal scheduled for 2009 and a one-way 12 day cruise to Miami in the fall, 2009.
  • Holland America Eurodam will sail a 10-day itinerary to Québec in the fall 2009.
  • Norwegian Dawn will sail regular seven-day cruises to Bermuda in the summer and fall of 2009. There are seven-day cruises to New England/Canada scheduled for 2009, and a one-way 14-day cruise to Miami is scheduled for fall 2009.
  • Norwegian Gem sails seven-day cruises to the Bahamas, including Port Canaveral and Nassau. There are regular 10-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean in 2009. There is one 15-day transatlantic cruise with ports in Portugal, Spain, Italy and France.
  • Norwegian Jewel has 10-day Canada/New England cruises scheduled for fall 2009 including Boston, Halifax, Québec and other ports in Canada. There is also a 14-day, Panama Canal cruise to Miami scheduled in the fall 2009.
  • Cunard's Queen Mary 2 uses New York City as a regular homeport with many cruises scheduled throughout the year, including transatlantic cruises to Southampton, UK., as well as Canada/New England cruises, Southern Caribbean cruises, and two world cruises scheduled for 2009 and 2010.
  • Cunard's Queen Victoria has a world cruise scheduled for the spring of 2009 of 105 days. In addition, there is a 17-day cruise through the Panama Canal to Los Angeles in winter, 2009.
  • Holland America's Rotterdam has two transatlantic voyages scheduled for 2009. The first ends in Dover, England, the second one visits several ports in the U.K. before ending in Stockholm.

 

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