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Old April 4th, 2012, 08:11 PM
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As I'm looking at all the choices for my next cruise, I'm curious, does anyone have a favorite port to depart from? I'm trying to find something somewhat closer to me....but not too many luxury ships come through Toledo, OH....lol

Or possibly even favorite place to go to! I am still pretty new to this so I will take any advice I can get!
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My favorite is Manhattan ,NY
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I've only sailed from two ports, three cruises from Bayonne NJ and one from Miami.

Hands down thus far it's Miami!
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We have sailed from Port Everglades (Ft Lauderdale), Miami and Tampa. And our favorite is Port Everglades. No matter what day of the week it is there are always people lining the chanel waving and with flags hanging from condo balconies. Also since we drive it is very easy at Port Everglades.
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Definitely Venice (Italy, not California).
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I love Port Everglades . Now that I live in the Sunshine State it will be easy to cruise from there.

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I've only cruised from Manhattan ,Bayonne and Ft.Lauderdale.
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I've sailed from: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Galveston, Mobile, New Orleans, Long Beach, San Pedro, Vancouver, & San Juan.

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Although I have only taken land trips so far I can say with absolute certainty San Diego wins. I was there twice and unlike all other cruise ship port cities I have been to it looks like it was built for cruisers. Although other cities such as Seattle and Boston are good for walkers, if you don't have a car, you can't beat San Diego for a pre-cruise stay. Why Princess ships never embark there, I would love to know.

My travel history includes Seattle, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, NYC, Boston, and a few hours in Tampa, Baltimore, and Jacksonville. If I could only go back to one of those ports it would definitely be San Diego. Why don't more cruise lines realize it is ideal for their passengers who like to fly early and don't want to rent cars? Look at a map of SD, Princess!
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Within the U.S.A., Fort Lauderdale is #1, New York a very close second, which you MUST do at least once.

Outside the U.S., Genoa or Barcelona.....staying 2 or 3 days before the cruise to explore!
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My preference would be to cruise out of Lauderdale. I pre cruise there,and the, airport is close to the port, good, inexpensive shuttle service, great hotels, beaches, and restaurants.
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Definitely Venice (Italy, not California).
Venice is probably the prettiest port in the world to sail into & out of, but not very easy getting from the airport to the dock.

For ease it is probably Fort Lauderdale with port & airport very close, most hotels providing airport pickup and port dropoff the following day. If flying in the same day, take a cab from FLL to port, it is cheaper than shuttles with less hassle.

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I too would have to say Lauderdale. I had no problem with Miami or Port Canaveral either, however I would try my hardest to avoid Tampa.It was one big headache.
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It's been years since I cruised out of Miami (prolly around the the time I stopped flying Air Canada!).

All recent cruising is from Port Canaveral or Everglades. I like them equally.

For those who cruise out of NY - which airport is closer? What is time distance (taking NYC traffic into account) for transfers? Would you hire a cab or take a port transfer? I can fly fairly cheaply into Newark. Are there transfers from Newark to the port?
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Ft. Lauderdale is best for airport transfers for sure. I hate (not too strong of a word) the Miami airport.

I understand it's a mess, but I'd like to sail from Charleston.

In addition to the ports I listed, I've also sailed from San Francisco and Seattle, but not as embark ports. San Francisco is wonderful.

Future Cruiser: There is much more to consider than the beauty or attractions of the city when using that that city as a port for embarkation. The airport transfers to pier, pier location, staffing and facilities of the terminal and more.
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It's been years since I cruised out of Miami (prolly around the the time I stopped flying Air Canada!).

All recent cruising is from Port Canaveral or Everglades. I like them equally.

For those who cruise out of NY - which airport is closer? What is time distance (taking NYC traffic into account) for transfers? Would you hire a cab or take a port transfer? I can fly fairly cheaply into Newark. Are there transfers from Newark to the port?
wow - google ads is quick. I typed out this post and next thing I knew, i was seeing ads for Air Canada.
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Snoozeman, we sailed from Charleston last Oct and it was very pretty but right now and for a bit in the future the inital check in is a table at the entrance. Then you get on a shuttle to the building. The worse part was the people that woulad arrive after you and thing that they should be the first on the shuttle. When returning you again have to get on a shuttle to go from the building to the parking lot and if you choose port parking then you actually get another bus to the parking building.
Once the new terminal is built it will be much better.
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For sheer ease it is Port Everglades.

For pure enjoyment it is Hong Kong.

My worst has been San Diego. This was two years ago and supposedly there is a new cruise terminal but the old one was basically open air and a PIA to get to. The taxi had to drop you off farther down the street and you lugged your luggage about a block with people swarming you asking to take it. These were not dock workers but people trying to make a buck. To make things worse it was raining and we were soaked by the time we made it into the terminal "building" and checked in. The luggage sat out in the rain until it was loaded and when it arrived at the cabin it was wet. Luckily the suitcases did their job and the contents were dry. There were little wet spots on the carpeting for the next two days where luggage had been delivered and then sat and dripped.

Santos (Sao Paulo) was "interesting". It was basically a free for all and I was lucky that my wife is from Brasil and spoke Portuguese because we needed luggage tags and the person with them wasn't easy to find. But overall it was better than San Diego.

If you are flying Galveston isn't an "easy" place to get to. It depends on what Houston airport you into. The transfer is expensive and private transportation is also expensive. If you are driving it's very easy.

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Although I have only taken land trips so far I can say with absolute certainty San Diego wins. I was there twice and unlike all other cruise ship port cities I have been to it looks like it was built for cruisers. Although other cities such as Seattle and Boston are good for walkers, if you don't have a car, you can't beat San Diego for a pre-cruise stay. Why Princess ships never embark there, I would love to know.

My travel history includes Seattle, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, NYC, Boston, and a few hours in Tampa, Baltimore, and Jacksonville. If I could only go back to one of those ports it would definitely be San Diego. Why don't more cruise lines realize it is ideal for their passengers who like to fly early and don't want to rent cars? Look at a map of SD, Princess!
That's funny San Diego was just what I was going to say. The airport is right there so easy access to the port. Plus the port is so small it's not super crowded it was one of my fastest embarkations.

San Diego is a great place to stay anyway because you have San Diego Zoo, Seaworld and a lot of nice beaches. I have cruised out of every California port: San Francisco, Long Beach, San Pedro, and San Diego. San Francisco is neat because you cruise under the golden gate bridge. However, lots of fog so you could cross under the bridge and not see it on a foggy day. Also San Francisco is very crowded and difficult to drive in city.
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For sheer ease it is Port Everglades.

For pure enjoyment it is Hong Kong.

My worst has been San Diego. This was two years ago and supposedly there is a new cruise terminal but the old one was basically open air and a PIA to get to. The taxi had to drop you off farther down the street and you lugged your luggage about a block with people swarming you asking to take it. These were not dock workers but people trying to make a buck. To make things worse it was raining and we were soaked by the time we made it into the terminal "building" and checked in. The luggage sat out in the rain until it was loaded and when it arrived at the cabin it was wet. Luckily the suitcases did their job and the contents were dry. There were little wet spots on the carpeting for the next two days where luggage had been delivered and then sat and dripped.

Santos (Sao Paulo) was "interesting". It was basically a free for all and I was lucky that my wife is from Brasil and spoke Portuguese because we needed luggage tags and the person with them wasn't easy to find. But overall it was better than San Diego.

If you are flying Galveston isn't an "easy" place to get to. It depends on what Houston airport you into. The transfer is expensive and private transportation is also expensive. If you are driving it's very easy.

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To answer Queen of Oakville, I found flying into Newark NJ worked well. One cab through the tunnel and you're at the cruise port....about a 20 minute ride.
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That's funny San Diego was just what I was going to say. The airport is right there so easy access to the port. Plus the port is so small it's not super crowded it was one of my fastest embarkations.
San Diego is convenient if you're flying, as you say. In fact you've probably seen the sign on the I-5 that says, I swear,

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Which really does get you checking the ol' rear view mirror.

I really have to go along with Venice. Hard to beat. And if you know a few tricks, getting there from the airport is not a big deal. But of course if you fly into Venice and go straight to the ship without stopping for a few days first, you've made a huge mistake.

Also like Barcelona very much, and the sailaway from Dover (White Cliffs and all) is quite lovely. New York and San Francisco are also great, for obvious reasons. None of the Florida ports have much to offer, except that Lauderdale is very convenient to the airport. Bayonne is a dump. Never sailed out of Hong Kong but have been there a couple times and can imagine that would be a great sailaway too. Another very nice sailaway is from Vancouver. Galveston is a fun place to spend a day or two pre or post cruise, but the port itself is ordinary. Baltimore is also nothing to write home about, but if you live in the mid-Atlantic it's sure convenient. Boston is another place where the port facilites are no big deal, but if you can spend some time in Boston, that's always fun.

Probably the least convenient and least attractive port is Rome Civitivecchia. Not at all close to the city, and a pretty good haul to Fiumicino airport as well.
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That's funny San Diego was just what I was going to say. The airport is right there so easy access to the port. Plus the port is so small it's not super crowded it was one of my fastest embarkations.

San Diego is a great place to stay anyway because you have San Diego Zoo, Seaworld and a lot of nice beaches. I have cruised out of every California port: San Francisco, Long Beach, San Pedro, and San Diego. San Francisco is neat because you cruise under the golden gate bridge. However, lots of fog so you could cross under the bridge and not see it on a foggy day. Also San Francisco is very crowded and difficult to drive in city.
We did cruise out of San Diego once and it was quite nice. We stayed three nights in a BW that was only a block from the pier, and we had a nice time in San Diego.

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Of the Florida ports, the sailaway from Port Everglades is the best IMO, closely followed by Miami. For ease of embarkation, I like Tampa, closely followed by Port Canaveral. I'll take any of 'em, just to be aboard another cruise!

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lol...I know right?! There was a shipping boat floating through the ports oftheMaumee river here the other day and I had to fight the urge to jump on board jjust to get back on a ship!!! ROFL
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