Cruises from Baltimore

Baltimore is one of the most popular U.S. cruise departure ports

cruises out of Baltimore harbor

Cruises out of Baltimore:

Founded in 1729, Baltimore was the second largest United States Mid-Atlantic seaport, located in the central area of the state of Maryland on the tidal portion of the Patapsco River.

Before you cruise from of Baltimore, you might want to spend a few extra days discovering this great city. Baltimore, also known as Charm City, has been home to famous writers and singers, played a role in the War of 1812 and is where our national anthem was penned. If your journey originates with a cruise from Baltimore, consider visiting some of the key tourism spots of this town, including the National Aquarium, the shopping district of the Inner Harbor, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fort McHenry and Mount Vernon.

There are three main cruise lines that offer cruises out of Baltimore. Royal Caribbean has cruises from Baltimore that sail to ports of call in Bermuda, up the coast to Canada, and parts of the Western Caribbean. Carnival is another popular line that offers cruises from Baltimore to the tropical islands of the Bahamas. And Crystal Cruise lines has cruises out of Baltimore that features a Canada/New England itinerary. Regardless of where your sailing vacation takes you, consider spending some extra time seeing the charms of Baltimore.

Some of the most popular U.S. departure ports are: