Boston Cruises

Celebrity_deckchairs1Boston features cruise departures throughout the year on itineraries that vary seasonally. From Boston, you can find cruises to destinations in Canada, Florida, Bermuda, and Ireland.

Top Cruise Destinations From Boston

The most frequented ports-of-call on cruises from Boston are King's Wharf, Bermuda, Dublin, Ireland, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Tampa, Florida. At King's Wharf, Bermuda, you'll have opportunity to explore pristine beaches, sample island cooking, and see the old British Navy Dockyard. -And in a town with a history as long and as rich as Dublin, Ireland, that cultural opportunity to visit a real Irish pub can be realized!

Cruise Lines Sailing From Boston

With respect to itineraries, Holland America Line is the leading cruise line from Boston, with 4 and 14 day cruises to Canada and New England, and 17 to 35 day Transatlantic voyages. NCL and Royal Caribbean also sail from Boston, offering 5 night cruises to Canada & New England, 14 night special Caribbean cruise vacations, 7 day Bermuda cruises, and 2 day “Cruises to Nowhere” excursions.

Upcoming Cruises from Boston

The best way to save money on cruises sailing from Boston is to book as far in advance as possible. While last minute cruises from Boston may be offered at a discount, given that Boston is not a year-round cruise port, many sailings do go out full and do not offer any last minute savings. Here is a list of upcoming cruises from Boston.

Boston Cruise Port Map

The Cruiseport Boston’s Black Falcon Cruise Terminal is the main cruise ship dock for Boston.

The Cruiseport Boston’s Black Falcon Cruise Terminal is located less than two miles from historic Faneuil Hall and just 10 minutes from Boston Logan International Airport. If you are looking for hotels near the Cruiseport Boston’s Black Falcon Cruise Terminal, visit Cruiseport Boston’s Black Falcon Cruise Terminal discount hotels.