Explore Cruise Ports

Abu Dhabi

The state-of-the-art Abu Dhabi Cruise Terminal is a milestone in Arabian cruise tourism, designed to welcome the surge of passengers

Amsterdam

Amsterdam Cruise Port is the 3rd biggest in Europe with 140 sea cruises and 1500 river cruises, Almost 700,000 passengers visit every year

Anchorage

Whittier is located approximately 70 miles southeast of Anchorage in Prince William Sound, on the northeast shore of the Kenai Peninsula,

Athens

The cruise port of Athens is located in Piraeus about 15 kilometers from the city center. It’s a large and busy port with no less than 12 gates.

Auckland

Auckland cruise terminal is part of Waitemata Harbour. Liners berth right at the heart of the city. Port Auckland’s principal cruise terminal is at Princess

Barcelona

Barcelona cruise port is currently ranked the largest Mediterranean cruise port with turnaround operations and world’s 4th busiest.

Berlin

Port Warnemunde-Rostock is the largest cruise homeport in Germany (serving roundtrip itineraries) It is located on the estuary of Warnow River

Copenhagen

The largest Copenhagen passenger terminal is Freeport Cruise Terminal, located north of downtown, in an industrial harbour.

Dover

Dover cruise port (part of Port Dover) is ranked UK’s second largest passenger seaport (ferry and cruise) – after Southampton.

Dubai

Decadent Dubai is known as an extraordinary city of riches. Located in the United Arab Emirates on on the Persian Gulf.

Fort Lauderdale

Located about a half hour north of Miami, Fort Lauderdale is one of two major cruise hubs in southern Florida.

Genoa

Port Genoa (also serving as cruise port to Milan) is located on Ligurian Sea. Genova is the capital city of Liguria also known as the Italian Riviera.

Hong Kong

Port Hong Kong is the world’s 4th biggest and most efficient containership cargo port following Shanghai, Singapore and Shenzhen.

Honululu

The Island of Oahu is Hawaii all on one island and truly is the heart of Hawaii. Oahu is home to Hawaii’s State Capital

Istanbul

Istanbul is world’s 5th most popular travel destination. Its biggest attraction is the historic center, listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lisbon

Lisbon is Portugal’s capital city and also Europe’s westernmost capital. Gulf Stream strongly influences its climate.

Miami

In the United States, one of the most popular ports of departure is Miami. Cruise ships that leave from here travel all around the world.

New York

New York Cruise is home to the world’s most spectacular – often fastest, biggest, and most luxurious – cruise ships.

Papeeti

Papeete the largest cruise port in French Polynesia and located at the largest of its islands, Tahiti.The city is the most important hub

Penang

Penang Port handles some of the largest cruise vessels in the world at Swettenham Pier with a nice terminal in Georgetown on Penang Island.

Port Canavarel

Port Canaveral is currently ranked world’s second bussiest cruise port – after Miami Florida as homeport, this is a major touraround port

Rome

It was the center of the Roman Empire and one of the biggest hubs during the Renaissance. Italy’s capital is full of endless historic sites.

San Francisco

The Port of San Francisco hosts over 80 cruise ship calls and 300,000 passengers annually at the James R. Herman and Pier 35 cruise terminals.

Seattle

It’s the best of both worlds, and in this case, it’s also the best of both cities by Puget Sound and the dramatic peaks like the snow-capped Mount

Seward

Seward is a port city located in Kenai Peninsula Borough in the United States’ state of Alaska. It is the start or the end for more than a half of all the cruise

Singapore

Singapore is both a major port of call and also a home (Embarkation-Disembarkation) port for cruises in the South East Asia itineraries.

London

The history of London is long, harking back to the Roman Empire. These days, it’s the capital of England and the United Kingdom.

Stockholm

The are two major cruise terminals in Stolkholm: Stadsgarden and Frihamnen. Some ships may anchor at Nynashamn.

Sydney

There are two main cruise terminals in Sydney. Overseas Passenger Terminal is in Circular Quay beside the same named railway station

Tokyo

Most cruise ships in Tokyo dock at Harumi Terminal. Port Yokohama is approx 40 km (25 ml) from the city and is often used as alternative port for Tokyo.

Vancouver

No trip to the Pacific Northwest is complete without exploring Vancouver. As the cultural hub and largest city in British Columbia.

Venice

Venice is an ancient city of islands and canals with unmatched Old World charm. From Renaissanceart and Gothic architecture

Whittier

Port Whittier was established during the WW2 (1939-45) as military supply seaport.The port has a small boat harbour but its popular as homeport