Ports of Embarkation: North
Montreal -- Port facilities, facts, and a useful introduction to
the city of Montreal.
Quebec City --
General cruise information and a chart of the cruise
lines calling on Quebec City.
Vancouver -- The gateway to Alaska cruising. Extremely useful
site updated with 1998 Vancouver-Alaska information.
Fort Lauderdale -- Port Everglades declares itself "America's
Finest Cruise Port." This is certainly the best port web
site with maps, arrival directions, departures, travel tips,
and extensive terminal information.
-- Take a Caribbean cruise direct from the Port of Houston Authority's
Barbours Cut Terminal.
Los Angeles -- The World Cruise Center (technically in San Pedro)
contains facts, a map, and a historic look at the Port of Los
The busiest cruise port in the world, the Port of
Miami is the "Cruise Capital of the World."
New Orleans -- Home to cruise ships and riverboats, cruises from
Robin Street Wharf and the Julia Street Cruise Terminal.
New York --
From the New York City Passenger Ship Terminal, schedules,
directions, parking. and a map.
Port Canaveral -- Maps, sailing schedules, parking, and facility
-- Lots of useful info about the port and surrounding area.
-- The goal of this site is to be the comprehensive
source of information about the San Francisco waterfront;
contains an overview and visitor information.
San Pedro -- Tour San Pedro, location of the Port of Los Angeles.
Information on the harbor and more.
Seattle -- With
extensive info on the harbor area and new Cruise terminals. Also the
place for ferry service on the Victoria Clipper Line.
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