Cruise Ports US and Canada

 

UNITED STATES DEPARTURE PORTS Alabama – Mobile – Port of Mobile California – Long Beach – Port of Long Beach California – Los Angeles – Port of Los Angeles California – San Diego – Port of San Diego California – San Francisco – Port of San Francisco Florida – Fort Lauderdale – Port Everglades Florida – Jacksonville – JAXPORT Cruise Terminal Florida – Miami – Port of Miami Florida – Port Canaveral – Port Canaveral Florida – Tampa – Port of Tampa Hawaii – Honolulu – Honolulu Harbor, Oahu Louisiana – New Orleans – Port of New Orleans Maryland – Baltimore – Port of Baltimore Massachusetts – Boston – Port of Boston New Jersey – Bayonne – Cape Liberty New York, New York – Port of New York – Brooklyn New York, New York – Port of New York – Manhattan Oregon – Portland – Port of Portland Puerto Rico – San Juan – Port of San Juan South Carolina – Charleston – Port of Charleston Texas – Galveston – Port of Galveston US Virgin Islands – St Thomas – Charlotte Amalie Harbor Virginia – Norfolk – Port of Norfolk Washington – Seattle – Port of Seattle

CANADIAN DEPARTURE PORTS

Cruise Port Map of Canada

British Columbia -Vancouver – Port Metro Vancouver Nova Scotia – Halifax – Port of Halifax Ontario – Toronto – Port of Toronto Quebec – Montreal – Port of Montreal Quebec – Quebec City – Port of Quebec

 

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Port of Toronto??  Unless your sailing the great lakes maybe  :)

Port of Toronto??  Unless your sailing the great lakes maybe  :)

The reason I posted was because of confusion I read over the ports in Florida so I tried to post the map (without fact checking LOL)

LOL ok, I was confused because I live in a port city and I know that Toronto is land locked except for the great lake.

http://www.greatlakescruising.com/

Good thing I was sitting down when I saw the prices.  And that really is not my idea of a cruise  :)

Seems pretty much on line with most river cruises.

 

That map is doing hinky things to my computer. A link would have probably been better. Is there a cruising question or comment I missed?

Here's the link: http://allthingscruise.com/cruise-research/cruise-departure-ports/

 

It left out Alaska!

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