Cruises from Boston
Boston is one of the most popular U.S. cruise departure ports
Cruises out of Boston:
Founded in 1630 by colonists from England, Boston, is considered one of the oldest cities in the United States. Before taking your cruise out of Boston, consider a day or two discovering this great city.
Boston was the scene of several historical events of the American Revolution such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party and the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Massachusetts is rich in history and has many interesting museums and historical buildings to explore along the Freedom Trail which includes Faneuil Hall, drawing about 20 million visitors a year. Other pre-cuise activities from Boston includes visiting the famous Fenway Park which is the oldest sports arena still in active use in the U.S.
Several cruise lines operate cruises from Boston that primarily focus on cruising up the East Coast of our New England states towards Canada. Royal Caribbean offers a few different cruises from Boston to Canada and a repositioning itinerary that sails out of Bostin through St. Lucia, Barbados and Aruba ending up in Florida.
Norwegian has cruises from Boston to The Caribbean and Bermuda. Holland America offers cruises from Boston to the Canada/New England region, Panama Canal and Transatlantic. Silversea Cruises and Seabourn sail to Canada as well.
When booking cruises from Boston make sure to take a few days and explore the city as well.
Some of the most popular U.S. departure ports are: