Miami, Florida, is a hub for the cruise ship industry and sees thousands of sailings each year. Destinations are rich and varied for the cruises that either originate or use the Port of Miami as a hub for the sea bound adventures. Miami cruises routes are as varied and wide as the seas themselves and there is sure to be an adventure or sailing that meets up with your travel needs and desires.
With the Port of Miami being in such close proximity to the Caribbean and South America, it should come as no surprise that many of the Miami cruise routes head throughout these areas. Basic Caribbean offerings out of Miami include routes that go through the Bahamas, Dutch Antilles, Jamaica, and even into Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic and now, even into the very exotic and rarely travelled to Port-Au-Prince, the capitol city of Haiti.
It is possible to find routes that take cruise ships from Miami toward the western Caribbean to such destinations as Belize and Honduras and then down the Mosquito Coast to the Panama Canal where the route goes through the canal to the Pacific. These routes are sometimes combined with Mexican destinations such as La Paz and other ports of call throughout the Baja Peninsula. For the super long routes that pass through the Panama Canal, there are even cruise ship sailings out of Miami that are round the world cruises. These go through the Panama Canal and onto destinations in Mexico, crossing the Pacific to Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, The Solomon Islands, down to New Zealand and Australia, stopping in Tasmania and then onto exotic ports such as Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. They continue on to Asian destinations European ports of call and eventually back to North American ports for the terminus of the world wide adventure at sea.
Smaller cruise ship routes that stay within US territorial waters includes those that leave the Port of Miami and cruise throughout the American south and through the Gulf of Mexico, making stops at the Ports in Galveston, Texas, Corpus Cristi, the Florida Keyes and then back and around the return to Miami. These shorter routes are often offered as weekend cruises or short getaways, often times at discounted and bargain rates.
Of late, there has been a trend to have new cruise routes out of Miami that travel northward along the eastern seaboard, making stops at the Ports of Call in Charleston, South Carolina, Baltimore, Maryland, New York City, then up and into the Canadian Maritimes. From here the cruise route goes into Halifax, Nova Scotia, and eventually as far north as St. John’s Newfoundland where the cruise ship sails throughout ‘berg bits’ the broken ice chunks from the glaciers of Greenland and northern Labrador that have floated down through the area via the Labrador currents. These Canadian Maritime routes also include add-on sailings that got to Greenland, and over to Iceland. From Iceland the route go to the Faroe Islands, over to the Shetland Islands and then down to Scotland. This is a wonderful route that originates in the sub-tropical climate of Miami and then goes all the way through the sub arctic ports of call in Greenland, to the enigmatic city of Reykjavik and then into the UK and Scotland. These Miami Cruises Routes are prime for the heady adventurer.
The Port of Miami is truly one of the world’s leading hubs for cruise based holidays and travel. With the range of Miami Cruises Routes, there is no limit to your adventure choices. The mesmerizing views of Miami make people to relocate their permanently as well. If you are one of them, then contacting Prestige International at prestigeinternational.com.br would be the wisest decision before buying a property.