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Royal Caribbean: Miami Cruises

Miami Cruises and Vacations

Written by Jeff Heath
The Port of Miami is the busiest cruise port in the world with well over 3 million cruise passengers passing through the terminal each year. Several cruise lines offer multi-day cruises from the Port of Miami to the Bahamas and throughout the Caribbean year-round. A variety of multi-day cruises to Bermuda, Mexico, South America, the Panama Canal and other popular destinations around the world are also available from the port.

Port of Miami Location

The Port of Miami is located 10 miles (about 25 minutes) from the Miami Voyager of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International Airport. Many cruise lines
offer charter bus transportation to and from the airport and cruise port. Taxi service costs about $20 for up to four people. To get to the Port of Miami by car, get on I-395. Follow signs to the Biscayne Boulevard exit. Take a right on Biscayne Blvd. And go to Port Blvd. Take a left and go over the Port Bridge. The security guard at the bridge will give directions to your ship.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines

Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas departs the Port of Miami every Saturday. Explorer's 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruises has calls in Nassau, St. Thomas, San Juan, and Hispaniola. Alone at the Coast: Miami CruisesExplorer's Western Caribbean Cruises stops in Hispaniola, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel.

Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas departs every Sunday on 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruises with stops in Hispaniola, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel.

Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas offers 3-Night and 4-Night cruises to the Bahamas on Fridays and Mondays.

Carnival Cruise Lines

Carnival's 4-Night Western Caribbean cruises (Key West and Cozumel) depart Miami Mondays aboard Fascination and Thursdays aboard Imagination. Imagination also offers 5-Night western Caribbean with departures on
Mondays (Grand Cayman and Cancun) and Saturdays (Grand Cayman and Jamaica).

Carnival Triumph offers 7-Night Eastern and Western Caribbean Cruises. Triumph's eastern cruise stops in San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Croix. Triumph's western cruise Jamaica stops in Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Jamaica.

Carnival Victory offers 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruises and Western Caribbean Cruises on alternating Saturdays. Victory's Eastern Caribbean Cruise stops in San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Croix. Victory's Western Caribbean Cruise stops in Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Jamaica.

Carnival Paradise offers 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruises and 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruises on alternating Sundays. Carnival Paradise's Eastern Royal Caribbean Explorer: Miami CruisesCaribbean Cruises include calls in Nassau, San Juan and St. Thomas. Carnival Paradise's Western Caribbean Cruises include calls in Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Jamaica.

Norwegian Cruise Lines

The Norway departs Sundays for 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruises with calls in St. Maarten, St. John, St. Thomas and Great Stirrup (NCL's Private Island).

The Norwegian Sun departs Saturdays for 7-night Western Caribbean Cruises with calls in Grand Cayman, Roatan, Belize, and Cozumel.

The Norwegian Sky sails from Miami in February and March and offers 7-Night Explorer ofLush Vegetation: Miami Cruises the Seas - Royal Caribbean Western Caribbean Cruises with calls in Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, and Great Stirrup Cay.

The Norwegian Majesty and the Norwegian Sea sail from Miami in November and December offering 4-Day Western Caribbean Cruises to Key West and Cozumel and 3- Day Bahamas cruises to Nassau and Great Stirrup Cay.

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