The East Coast of the United States encompasses a lot of territory, much of it covered by cruise ship itineraries. Of course, there’s Miami and Fort Lauderdale, the cruise meccas. Just about every cruise line offers sailings on just about a daily basis from these two cities, but there are others still. New York and its surrounding environs have also developed cruise terminal facilities that are utilised by several cruise lines.
Then there are the smaller cruise terminal facilities located in Baltimore and Philadelphia. From these east coast ports, one can pick up a cruise to many varied destinations, primarily the Caribbean and Bermuda. Transatlantic sailings are popular also. Cunard runs a full choice of them between Southampton and New York, and other cruise lines routinely sail to and from Europe in the spring and fall, leaving out of a variety of East Coast ports.