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The United States wears many hats in the cruise industry. It's the homeport for almost all cruise ships that sail in the Caribbean, Mexican Riviera and Canada, as well as the Panama Canal. Florida has the most homeports, but New York City, Seattle, Galveston and other coastal cities are also cruising hubs. But the U.S. is more than just homeports. Bucket list itineraries like Alaska and Hawaii, and scenic rivers (primarily Mississippi, Ohio, and Columbia) not only draw cruisers from the U.S. but around the world.
9 Things to Know about U.S. River Cruising 9 Things to Know about U.S. River Cruising
Wanna roll on the river? Read what makes a U.S. river cruise different from its ocean counterpart.
U.S.A. Cruise Reviews U.S.A. Cruise Reviews
So many choices, so little time. Find out what other cruisers have to say about sailing the U.S.A.
Port Spotlight: Miami Port Spotlight: Miami
If you cruise in the U.S., there's a good chance you'll be sailing out of Miami. Read what makes this Florida city so caliente.

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New York (Manhattan) -> Newport -> Boston -> Isle of Portland (England) -> Rockland -> Saint John (New Brunswick) -> Halifax -> Corner Brook -> Havre St. Pierre -> Saguenay Fjord -> Quebec City -> Montreal
Baltimore, Maryland's largest city, is called Charm City because of ...
Bayonne (Cape Liberty)
In 2004, Royal Caribbean, looking for an alternative to New York's ...
Boston is a big city, but it doesn't feel that way when you're ...
I'm going back to Charleston, back where I belong. I want peace. I ...
Chicago often is called the Second City, a self-mocking nickname that ...
Dating back to 1785 -- when French-Canadian fur trapper Julien ...
Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
The "middle city" of Florida's Gold Coast, Fort Lauderdale sits ...
The now-trendy resort town of Galveston is located on a barrier ...
Most well known as the childhood home of Samuel L. Clemens (aka Mark ...
Houston welcomed the first steamboat to the Houston Ship Channel, one ...
Jacksonville offers a great blend of outdoor appeal. It's got ...
La Crosse
Located in a small, flat prairie valley and surrounded by 500-foot ...
Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles has a lot more going for it than Woody Allen ...
No city in the United States has evolved into as many disparate ...
Mobile, Alabama claims sister cities all over the world: Ichihara, ...
The Monterey Peninsula, about 120 miles south of San Francisco, is ...
New Orleans
You can't keep New Orleans down. After weathering economic turmoil ...
New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)
Both Cunard and Princess Cruises regularly turn ships around in Red ...
New York (Manhattan)
A city of endless possibilities, high energy and great diversity, New ...
Mermaids are everywhere in Norfolk -- though they are not necessarily ...
Editor's Note: Philadelphia is not currently an active cruise port. ...
Port Canaveral (Orlando)
Port Canaveral, in the center of Florida's east coast, is not only ...
Port of Palm Beach
With most mega cruise ships embarking from Miami and Fort Lauderdale, ...
Red Wing
Officially established in 1857, Red Wing -- a stop on many Upper ...
San Diego
California's second largest city, San Diego is located at the foot of ...
San Francisco
It's no wonder Tony Bennett left his heart there. San Francisco is a ...
St. Louis
St. Louis sells itself to visitors as the Gateway to the West. From ...
Tucked inside Tampa Bay on Florida's west coast, it's really no ...
My first impression of the American Eagle was, bright, clean, everyone very helpful, large room with very nice bathroom etc. That never changed, but the food was very mediocre, limited choices and much nickle and diming. For what this ... Read more
A Great Return To Cruising
Fall Foliage Cruise. Spent an extra day in Boston as it was our first time there. Very interesting city. Bus to Gloucester to board the ship. Only 96 pax instead of the full capacity of 210 pax which facilitated embarkation etc. Very good food and ... Read more
Terrible LizLibrarian
When we first got on the ship, I thought, "This must be an old ship that they retrofitted". There were duct tape repairs in the dining room. The cabin looked like something out of the 1970s. Then the captain told us it had been built in ... Read more
This was the smallest ship I have ever been on, and being in my mid to late thirties I was very skepticle in traveling on this ship, however it was a very enjoyable experience on the Pearl Mist. Cruising on a smaller ship is a much more of a ... Read more
This was the fourth cruise I have taken with ACL and I have enjoyed all of them. I prefer the smaller ships to the larger ones that I have sailed with before. I also appreciate the All American approach by the cruise line. It is so much better to ... Read more
Much better than critics stated
This cruise was a pleasant surprise. The critics, we felt, were harsh and not very fair. Yes the rooms were small and it was pricey but there were many positives which outweighed the negatives. The food was unbelievable not only for a ship but ... Read more
Great For Children AgouraTraveler
This was just a weekend "cruise to nowhere," but still we got a pretty good idea of what the Wonder is like. Embarkation was not fun: baggage handlers outside the terminal asking for tips; the hot and stuffy building; the check-in process ... Read more
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