Miami is a home port for many of the world’s most notable cruise lines, including, but not limited to, Oceania Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, Princess Cruises, , Crystal Cruises,Seabourn, Azamara and Regent Seven Seas.
Time is valuable. Itineraries are even more valuable.
Travelers looking for itineraries that include the Western Caribbean and Easter Caribbean cruises find more choices from the port of Miami due to shorter sailing distances.
Excellent choices for those are 3 of Celebrity Cruises award-winning ships, the Reflection, Equinox and Silhouette.
Cruises that offer exotic Southern Caribbean ports such as St. Barts, St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbados Tortola and St. John’s can take advantage of the proximity to Miami by sailing roundtrip from Miami.
Cuba Cruises, the newest cruise destination, originate in Miami. Visit Havana before the “modernization era” transforms the city.
The Amazon takes you through Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. For a more in depth experience, Oceania Cruises offers a 3 week voyage around Cape Horn. Panama Canal cruises most often originate or end in Miami.
To do a transit through the Panama Canal, your best opportunity would be cruising from Miami to either San Diego or San Francisco or Los Angeles or the reverse.
For more sea time and great value, try a Transatlantic cruise. Best examples are Miami to Rome, Rome to Miami, Barcelona to Miami, Miami to Lisbon, or London to Miami.
Miami is calling. Are you answering? Call your Key Traveler cruise specialist, 888-670-3767.
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