Local Cruises - Port Canaveral

| 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 Port Canaveral, Florida Here's your listing of cruises from Port Canaveral.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The big news for Port Canaveral in 2009 is that it will be the homeport for the biggest Carnival cruise ship in the world. Carnival Dream will arrive in the fall of 2009 and offer seven-day cruises alternating between the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
  • Carnival Glory also offers seven-day cruises, alternating between the Eastern and Western Caribbean year-round in 2009.
  • Carnival Sensation alternates three-day and four-day cruises to Nassau, Bahamas.
  • Disney Magic will be sailing seven-day cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean year-round in 2009.
  • Disney Wonder will sail three-day and four-day cruises to Nassau in 2009 and will sail five-day cruises to Key West and Nassau in 2010.
  • Freedom of the Seas will sail seven-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean year round in 2009.
  • Monarch of the Seas sails 2, 3, 4 and 5-day cruises to Nassau.

 

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