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6 Cruise Deals Out of Florida From $39/Night
Cruise ship in the Caribbean (Photo: NAPA/Shutterstock.com)

6 Cruise Deals Out of Florida From $39/Night

6 Cruise Deals Out of Florida From $39/Night
Cruise ship in the Caribbean (Photo: NAPA/Shutterstock.com)

October 10, 2019

Christina Janansky
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By Christina Janansky
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Want to book a tropical escape on a budget? Cruising from Florida -- which is home to more cruise ports than any other U.S. state -- offers dozens of Caribbean itineraries at an affordable price.
Whether you're cruising out of Miami or out of Tampa, we've selected the top six cruise deals from Florida cruise ports, all under $68 per night per person.
Note: Cruises are subject to availability, and prices may change at any time. Promotional offers expire October through early November. All prices are per person, based on double occupancy.

5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise

Price: $179 per person ($39 per night)
Ship: Norwegian Sun
Date: December 7, 2019
Itinerary: Port Canaveral (Orlando) > Sea Day > Costa Maya > Cozumel > Sea Day > Port Canaveral (Orlando)
Bonus Offers: Up to 10 percent off shore excursions and the choice of shore excursion credit, a free beverage package, onboard credit and free or reduced airfare, depending on category booked (balcony bookings and higher will receive all bonus offers)

10-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise

Price: $679 per person ($68 per night)
Ship: Royal Caribbean's Vision of the Seas
Date: November 13, 2020
Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) > 2 Sea Days > St. Thomas > Antigua > Dominica > St. Kitts > St. Maarten > 2 Sea Days > Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Bonus Offers: Waived deposits, onboard credit, free gratuities and free fares for kids on select sailings.

7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise

Price: $294 per person ($42 per night)
Ship: MSC Armonia
Date: March 2, 2020
Itinerary: Miami > Sea Day > Montego Bay > Grand Cayman > Costa Maya > Sea Day > Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve > Miami
Bonus Offers: Free beverage package, free internet package and onboard credit.

5-Night Bahamas Cruise

Price: $219 per person ($44 per night)
Ship: Carnival Sunrise
Date: January 11, 2020
Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) > Freeport > Nassau > Princess Cays > Sea Day > Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
Bonus Offers: Up to 10 percent off shore excursions, free gratuities, free upgrades and onboard credit.

7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise

Price: $362 per person ($52 per night)
Ship: Royal Caribbean’s Rhapsody of the Seas
Date: February 15, 2020
Itinerary: Tampa > Key West > Sea Day > Grand Cayman > Cozumel > Costa Maya > Sea Day > Tampa
Bonus Offers: Up to 10 percent off shore excursions.

5-Night Bahamas Cruise

Price: $234 per person ($47 per night)
Ship: Carnival Ecstasy
Date: January 13, 2020
Itinerary: Jacksonville > Sea Day > Princess Cays > Nassau > Sea Day > Jacksonville
Bonus Offers: Reduced deposits, free two-category cabin upgrade, free gratuities, onboard credit and up to 10 percent off shore excursions.

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