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|Cruise from Baltimore to Bermuda and the Caribbean in 2015 and 2016. |
Baltimore is known for its beautiful harbor, landscape, museums and the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital. With the rich history the city of Baltimore still hasn't been deemed one of America's greatest historical destinations.
Boston was named after Lord Baltimore Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, 1st Proprietor and 1st Proprietary Governor of Maryland. The waterfront is surrounded with shops, restaurants and attractions that attract tourists and residents of Baltimore today.
Some of the most affordable cruises are from the Baltimore, Maryland area. Choose from a 5, 7 day or 9 day itineraries, so cover yourself with the warm and soothing breezes of the Caribbean and Bermuda. It's time to cruise from Baltimore.
Today's Downtown Baltimore and many other neighborhoods have been revitalized, with special attention given to the city's greatest asset - Baltimore harbor. Many hotels, new office buildings and entertainment district Harborplace, the Maryland Science Center and National Aquarium replaced the old wharves and warehouses. New state-of-the-art stadiums have been constructed nearby for the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens. The National Great Blacks Wax Museum, B&O Railroad Museum and the Maritime are among many Boston has to offer.
in 2015 and 2016, two cruise lines will depart from the Port of Baltimore: Carnival Cruises and Royal Caribbean. The Carnival Pride will leave from Baltimore year-round cruising to the Bahamas, Bermuda and Eastern Caribbean. Royal Caribbean will have the Grandeur of the Seas leaving from Baltimore for cruises to New England/Canada, Bermuda, the Eastern Caribbean, and the Bahamas. Royal Caribbean will also offer all-year round cruising from Baltimore in 2015 and cruise departing from Baltimore in 2015.
The Port of Baltimore is the closest East Coast drive-to port from Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Indianapolis and Chicago. Baltimore is also within a three-hour drive from the New York City metro area. The Cruise Maryland Terminal is only 2.5 miles from Baltimore's world famous Inner Harbor, 10 miles from Baltimore-Washington International Airport, and within 90 minutes from three other major airports.
Cruises leaving from Baltimore can be real fun. All cruises leaving from Maryland are listed below:
|DIRECTIONS TO THE PORT OF BALTIMORE|
Name of Port:
|Port of Baltimore|
Name/Location of Pier:
|Southside Locust Point Marine Terminal|
Passenger / Cruise Terminal
2001 East McComas Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
|15 miles, approximately 25 minutes.|
|Taxis are available. Taxi cost is approximately $20 round-trip.|
(Rates are subject to change) Tel: 410-685-1212
|Parking Garage is available. Cost is $15.00 per day.|
(Subject to change).
|FROM SOUTH, EAST OR WEST Connect with I-95 North and go to last exit before the Fort McHenry Tunnel, Key Highway and East McComas Street. Straight ahead on East McComas Street to the Terminal entrance.|
| ||FROM NORTH Take I-95 South through the Fort McHenry Tunnel, stay in far right line. Take first exit after the tunnel, Key Highway. On the ramp, move to the left lane and left at the traffic light. Continue to bear left on to East McComas Street and to the Terminal entrance.|
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What's Included In The Price Of A Baltimore Cruise?
There are cruise vacations to suit every budget, from the cost-conscious to the most luxurious. Even more important, a cruise offers the best travel value for your money, because almost everything is included in the upfront price. Your fare includes:
- Cruise Activities
- Onboard Service
- And Special Cruise Programs
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