February 2021 - 10 Night Panama Canal Costa Rica & Caribbean (Ft. Lauderdale Roundtrip) Cruise on Crown Princess
July 2020 - 14 Night Northern Atlantic Eastbound Crossing & Iceland (New York To Southampton) Cruise on Queen Mary 2
August 2019 - 7 Night Voyage Of The Glaciers Southbound (Anchorage To Vancouver) Cruise on Royal Princess
August 2018 - 12 Night British Isles With Liverpool (Southampton Roundtrip) Cruise on Royal Princess
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June 2017 - 7 Night Alaska Inside Passage With Glacier Bay (Seattle Roundtrip) Cruise on Ruby Princess
May 2017 - 7 Night Bermuda (New York Roundtrip) Cruise on Norwegian Breakaway
October 2014 - 7 Night Eastern Caribbean (Miami Roundtrip) Cruise on Norwegian Getaway
November 2013 - 7 Night Southern Caribbean (San Juan roundtrip) Cruise on Adventure of the Seas
December 2012 - 7 Night Southern Caribbean Holiday (San Juan roundtrip) Cruise on Adventure of the Seas
October 2011 - 9 Night Canada & New England (Cape Liberty roundtrip) Cruise on Explorer of the Seas
November 2010 - 4 Night Bahamas (Port Canaveral roundtrip) Cruise on Disney Wonder
October 2008 - 4 Night Bahamas (Port Canaveral roundtrip) Cruise on Disney Wonder
Sail date: August 05, 2018
There is no place to see front or back in public decks, make sure to book a cabin there if you care about those views
Seattle was nice we stayed there a bit before and after the cruise on the ruby princess. Ask for Brooks from your hotel he owns a car service that will take you from the airport to your hotel and from the hotel to the pier... Also 2 tasty restaurtnts are Mcminnemins in queen Anne and THE ROCK wood fired pizza. They are both next to each other on Roy.
Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey
Its a preatty well laid out port and has lots more room than you would usually expect from a departure port. It has parking right outside the terminal and lots of it. (It's still expensive) it's a good alternative to the Manhattan terminal and generally is a good experince. I've noticed that if a few busses arrive at once there is a bit if a line up.
Baltimore is a city with the port being close by. There is a lot of hidden gems that could easily take up your day of travel. I especially like walking around the inner harbor section which has the national aquarium, Ripley's believe it or not, and the science center. (The science center is the best for kids 3-15) you can grab something to eat at one of the restaurants on the water but Baltimore seems like a sleepy city. The only thing unfortunately is that there are no new ships sailing from here.
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