The port of departure of your trip depends on the destination you are traveling to. For example, cruises to Europe usually start in European countries as well. Check and compare ports of departure for different destinations and plan your trip better.
A good way to make the most of your trip is to read or inquire in advance about the places you will visit. So, when the ship reaches the port, you will have a much clearer idea about what to visit and how to get there. Thus you will get the most out your time and have a richer experience.
You can only start a cruise from the designated port of departure on the day your trip begins. You can get off at each port of call when permitted by the time stated on the travel itinerary
Cruises range from weekend trips to world tour of 40 or more nights. If this is your first cruise, we recommend that you take one of 3 or 4 nights in duration.
Partial cruises are not for sale, they are only available in the event that you are unable to meet the ship at a port of call, or would like to end your cruise earlier due to unforeseeable circumstances.
We work directly with the shipping companies to bring you the best prices and updated information.
You can pay with debit card or cash at our points of sale.
Our team is ready to assist you in whatever you need so that you can enjoy your trip before it even starts. We are available for any questions or concerns you may have.
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