The continent of North America includes Canada and the USA, from which you can sail to popular cruise destinations such as the Caribbean and Mexico. This vast region is home to some of the world's most iconic natural and man-made wonders.
There are so many exciting itineraries to choose from with a cruise in North America, and our team of experts are on hand to help you decide which one is right for you. We can also advice on the best cruise ships for your North America or USA cruise, so please don't hesitate to give us a call should you require any help.
As one of the world’s most famous cities, New York is always a popular choice for a cruise and stay, largely because there’s so much to see, and it boasts such iconic attractions as the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square and the Chrysler Building. A little further up the coast and we come to Boston – a city with some seriously strong colonial ties and one which will always be linked with the USA’s history. Walking the Freedom Trail is a popular and rewarding way to learn all about the city’s past and its famous influential inhabitants, and a great opportunity to visit Boston’s most iconic buildings. America’s sunshine state is of course famous for its spectacular coastlines, which makes Florida a natural choice when it comes to cruise ports and exciting coastal cities. Of course, Orlando’s as famous for its fun-packed theme and water parks and is the place for that bucket list dolphin encounter. You can also journey to the world famous Miami beach for its renowned party atmosphere.
America’s West Coast is certainly no slouch when it comes to world-famous sites and cities. San Francisco is a must-see, boasting some stunning ocean views to be enjoyed from the Marin Headlands and iconic attractions like the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. Further down the coast lies San Diego, one of the east coast’s most sun-soaked cities, rivalling Miami for beach choice and boasting one of the world’s finest zoos, too. Seattle is one of the USA’s northernmost cities you can visit on a cruise and also one of its most rewarding – with some architectural and cultural gems and a vibe that’s all its own. Don’t miss the chance to take a trip up the iconic Space Needle while you’re here.
Montreal offers a wealth of colonial and historic attractions in its old quarter, and elsewhere in the city there is some stunning architecture and the beautiful botanical gardens to explore. The British Columbian capital, Victoria, features historic structures, including the British Columbia Parliament Buildings are distinctly European in style and shouldn’t be missed – while upon your arrival, it won’t take you long to figure out why Victoria is sometimes known as the City of Gardens. Vancouver is perhaps the most frequented west coast port, with its famous Seawall offering some fantastic views. Sights here include the 1000-acre Stanley Park, which is home to an aquarium, beautifully kept gardens, a host of wildlife and plenty of tree-lined trails. Alaska provides plenty of opportunities to experience some truly dramatic landscapes, and there’s also much in the way of colonial and maritime history to immerse yourself in too. The wildlife is also amazing. You’ll experience the celebrated Tracy Arm Fjord and the majestic Mendenhall Glacier on your visit to Juneau, while Skagway offers the chance to walk in the footsteps of some on the land’s first prospectors, with a trip to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park.
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