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Fort Lauderdale has a little bit of everything: smooth, white sandy beaches, endless shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, and the Atlantic Ocean welcoming you to swim almost year-round. Once a spring break town, Fort Lauderdale is now known as the “Venice of America” for its intricate system of canals and lush tropical landscape. Head to Hugh Taylor Birch State Park for trails and biking blanketed by mangroves. Travel down the Florida Everglades on an airboat tour, complete with alligator and flamingo sightings. Or beat the heat with a trip to the Museum of Science and Discovery in downtown Fort Lauderdale, where kids and adults alike will learn something new. 

Aside from being a city full of fun experiences, Fort Lauderdale is also home to one of the biggest cruise ports in the world: Port Everglades. On cruises from Fort Lauderdale, you can sail to the idyllic beaches of the Bahamas and more stunning tropical locations scattered throughout the Caribbean.


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There’s nothing quite like the Bahamas, a stunning collection of islands surrounded by crystal clear waters in turquoise hues. Revel in the laid-back atmosphere of Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, where there’s excellent snorkeling and shopping opportunities. Spend a fun family day at the Atlantis Resort, a sprawling water park that is sure to be a hit with the kids. Explore nearby oases like Blue Lagoon Island and Balmoral Island, where you can swim with dolphins or dive into its rich coral reef systems teeming with underwater animals.

Eastern Caribbean

Make your way through historic forts and lively towns during a cruise through the Eastern Caribbean. Stop in San Juan and experience the best of this vibrant island by sampling the local food, walking around its historic center, and hiking through its spectacular natural parks. In St. Maarten, you’ll be exposed to Dutch and French influences, both in the island’s cuisine and architecture. When you visit the volcanic island of St. Kitts, you’ll discover a mix of scenic landscapes and heavenly beaches.

Western Caribbean

On a Western Caribbean cruise, you’ll find active adventures and plenty of time to while away on flawless beaches. In Cozumel, explore ancient ruins and enjoy Mexican food and tequila. In Grand Cayman, walk along Seven Mile Beach, a beautiful stretch of impossibly white sand and turquoise ocean. While in Key West, grab a slice of the city’s famous key lime pie and visit Ernest Hemingway’s former home.

Southern Caribbean

Sail off to the Southern Caribbean and embark on an unforgettable vacation to some of the most popular destinations in the region. Lounge on the white sand beaches and swim in the gentle waters of Aruba. Take a photo in front of the scenic Pitons in St. Lucia. Stroll by the colorful waterfront buildings of Curaçao, and enjoy the lovely beaches and famous rum punch of Barbados.

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There’s no better way to experience the joys of the Caribbean than on a cruise with Celebrity. Our award-winning ships sail year round to the region’s most beautiful destinations, including the white-sand beaches of the Bahamas, the coral reefs of Cozumel, the lively town of Key West, and the ancient forts of San Juan. 

Spend your days swimming under the tropical sun and enjoying the shade of a palm tree. Get your heart pumping during thrilling underwater excursions or explore the wealth of natural wonders waiting to be discovered. On board, unwind at the spa or relax by the pool. In the evening, enjoy meals crafted by a Michelin-starred chef and end the night with a drink at the Martini Bar or dancing under the stars.

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Fort Lauderdale Port Facilities & Location

On cruises from Fort Lauderdale, you’ll sail from Port Everglades. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is only a ten-minute drive from Port Everglades, and shuttle buses can take you from the airport to the cruise port. Free wi-fi and parking facilities are available at the port.

Train to Port on Brightline

Why stress about traffic and parking? With Brightline’s convenient train service, you’ll arrive at the cruise port relaxed and ready for your adventure. It’s the smoothest way to transition from city to sea. Brightline is far from your ordinary train ride. Enjoy comfortable seating, complimentary Wi-Fi, a variety of food and beverage options, and friendly service. All designed to make your trip as pleasurable as your cruise.

Opt for Brightline+ services, designed to take you from train to cruise ship—or vice versa—with zero hassle. Secure your transit arrangements in advance and set the stage for a relaxed, carefree voyage from the moment you step aboard our train.

And for our PREMIUM guests, relish in the added luxury of a complimentary Private Ride powered by Uber within a 5-mile radius of any South Florida Brightline station, making your entire vacation smooth sailing.

Top Sights & Attractions to See Before Cruises from Fort Lauderdale

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Seeing the beautiful Fort Lauderdale Beach is a must. Rent a beach chair and lounge on the sand, rollerblade on the boardwalk, or go windsurfing. Grab lunch or a drink at one of the conveniently located restaurants lining the promenade before diving back into the ocean. 

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

Don’t miss a guided tour of this plantation-style home in Fort Lauderdale, which was originally built in 1895. Explore 35 acres of the estate’s grounds, including its gardens. The Bonnet House happens to contain an extensive art collection, so it feels a little like an art museum, historic home, and garden all rolled into one. Everything is open Tuesday through Sunday.

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

Tucked between Florida’s famous A1A Highway and the Intracoastal Waterway, you’ll find Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, where visitors can hike, bike, swim, and paddle at the park. As you navigate the trails, you’ll pass through forests of mangroves and coastal dunes along the way.

Museum of Discovery and Science

The Museum of Science and Discovery provides education and escapism for all ages. This fascinating museum is perfect for kids or a rainy day. You can dig for prehistoric fossils, learn about the ecosystem of the Everglades, or take a trip to Mars. The museum is home to an IMAX theater, where you can watch the latest releases.

Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park

This natural state park is less manicured than the surrounding South Florida beaches, but it’s perfect for a relaxing afternoon away from the bustle of the city. Walking trails lined by mangrove trees will give you a sense of the tropical Floridian landscape. Paddle, kayak, or walk the long beachfront. There’s a picnic area too, and you can rent a sailboat or pontoon boat at the park.

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Top sights & attractions for cruises from fort lauderdale, stroll along the fort lauderdale riverwalk.

Fort Lauderdale’s Riverwalk is a serene pedestrian walkway lining the New River. You’ll feel a warm breeze as you soak in the views of boats docked in the nearby waters. Meander down the Riverwalk past restaurants and parks, or board the ferry to see the city from a different vantage point.

Visit the Stranahan House

Before departing on cruises from Fort Lauderdale, take a guided tour of this historic museum where residents Frank and Ivy Stranahan lived and left a lasting impact on the Fort Lauderdale community. The Stranahan House was built in 1901, and it happens to be the oldest building in Broward County. You’ll learn about their story as well as the growth of the town throughout the 21st century.

Head to the Everglades

An airboat tour of Sawgrass Recreation Park is just one way to experience the mythical magic of the Everglades. This is a one-of-a-kind experience for families and nature lovers who want to see the wildlife—like alligators—and plant life of the Florida Everglades. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, try the nighttime airboat tour.

Shop on Las Olas Boulevard

Las Olas Boulevard embodies the spirit of Fort Lauderdale. This stretch of bars, nightclubs, restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques is bordered by yachts dotting the nearby waterfront and trees lining the entire 14 blocks. It’s perfect for a stroll or shopping while you’re in Fort Lauderdale.

Where can I eat in Fort Lauderdale?

BREW Urban Cafe

Address: 537 NW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

Start your day in Fort Lauderdale with a cup of joe at trendy BREW Urban Cafe. Try one of their hand-brewed selections, or order your favorite caffeinated beverage. In the evenings, BREW transforms into a lively bar serving up craft beers and cocktails.

Laspada’s Original Hoagies 

Address: 1495 SE 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

The sandwiches at Laspada’s really hit the spot. Pick up a delicious hoagie or salad on the way to Fort Lauderdale Beach and find out why this is a local favorite. 

925 Nuevo’s Cubano’s

 Address: 925 N Andrews Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

If you’re searching for authentic Cuban food or a good cafecito, head to colorful 925 Nuevo’s Cubano’s for a juicy Cuban sandwich, carne asada, croquetas, and much more served from a window. Grab a seat on one of the blue and red picnic benches at this casual restaurant.

Casa D’Angelo 

Address: 1201 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

For a fancy date night, try Case D’Angelo, which brings Northern Italian food to Fort Lauderdale. You’ll find everything from gnocchi with buffalo mozzarella to classic risotto on the menu, along with wood-fired pizzas and an extensive wine list.

What’s the history of Fort Lauderdale?

The first human settlement in the Fort Lauderdale area happened over 4,000 years ago by Native Americans, including the Tequesta tribe. Throughout the 17th to the 20th centuries, Spain, England, and the United States all claimed the territory for themselves at different points, but the area didn’t see development by the United States until the early 1900s. Florida experienced a major real estate boom in the 1920s, and people began to flock to the Fort Lauderdale area as a result. Then, Fort Lauderdale acted as a major naval base during World War II, which led to an unprecedented population increase and major growth of businesses in Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding areas. 

In the 1980s, Fort Lauderdale was a popular spring break destination. The city took careful measures to reallocate the spring breakers to other parts of Florida, and put their focus on attracting tourism from other sources. Fort Lauderdale’s makeover from a spring break town to a sunny, year-round destination for relaxing and family-friendly vacations was successful. Today, Fort Lauderdale continues efforts to revitalize its downtown and arts community, maintain its beautiful beaches, and seamlessly serve the area’s massive cruise economy.

Where can I go shopping near the Fort Lauderdale cruise port?

Though a little further from Port Everglades, Sawgrass Mills Mall is a huge shopping complex with over 350 outlets, designer shops, and restaurants. You could spend an entire day shopping here. For shopping a little closer to the cruise port, head to The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, where you’ll find staples like H&M to luxury names like Neiman Marcus.

How can I get around Fort Lauderdale?

Fort Lauderdale’s Riverwalk and beachfronts are fairly walkable, but you’re better off getting a taxi, using rideshares, or renting a car for longer distances. To get to Miami or West Palm Beach, you can use the Brightline, a high-speed rail system that travels to both cities in 30 minutes. You can also take the Tri-Rail, which makes more frequent stops in South Florida. The Sun Trolley is a fun way to navigate the city, as is the Riverwalk Water Trolley.

What are the local currency and tipping customs?

The U.S. Dollar (USD) is the official currency in Fort Lauderdale and all other areas of Florida. You’ll find ATMs almost everywhere. If you need to exchange currencies, most airports and large banks have exchange centers available. While at a bar or restaurant, a tip of 15% to 20% for good service is part of the culture. Be sure to tip your barista, taxi driver, or bellhop as well.

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Las Olas Boulevard, nestled next door to the central area, is the entertainment core of Fort Lauderdale. It has a mile of upmarket shops and al fresco dining that runs past high-rises and into the RiverWalk, where you can catch the free water tram for a cruise across mega-mansion-lined canals.

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Soak up the sun, sand and seaside fun along Fort Lauderdale Beach. Walk along the palm-lined 'Strip' on State Road A1A to get your fill of beach bars, souvenir shops and outdoor restaurants. Fort Lauderdale cruises allow you to go full throttle on a Jet Ski®– or go parasailing high above the ocean.

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Head west and explore the Florida Everglades, an untamed river of grass spanning 2,200 acres of picturesque wetlands. Whether you take a wild ride in an airboat or splash around in a swamp buggy, you’ll encounter wild alligators and native birds thriving amongst Florida’s finest natural landscapes.

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a more authentic Fort Lauderdale dining experience than eating fresh-off-the-boat seafood in a waterfront eatery. Local 'Floribbean' cuisine melds Caribbean and Latin-influenced flavours with locally caught fish, prawns and crab. Surf-and-turf joints line every inch of the A1A along the beach, while white tablecloths drape the majority of Las Olas pavement restaurants.

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Pick up beachwear at The Gallery at Beach Place, or find rare books and handmade hats on Hollywood Boulevard. Dania’s Antique Row is home to some 100 dealers, while art galleries and unusual boutiques line Las Olas Boulevard. For serious bargains, head to the Sawgrass Mills outlet sprawl.

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Relish the best of sand, sun and sea on a cruise from Fort Lauderdale with Princess®. After riding through the Everglades or visiting the Flamingo Garden and Wildlife Sanctuary, sail to the Caribbean for an even sweeter taste of island life. You can also head to the Panama Canal and Canada & New England or embark on a Transatlantic cruise. The choice is yours on a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale with Princess.

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Caribbean Cruises

On a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale to the Caribbean, dip your toes in turquoise waters and relax on golden beaches with a refreshing drink in hand. Travel between tropical islands – like St. Thomas, Aruba and Curaçao – where you can swim with stingrays and zipline through jungles. Discover ancient treasures, meet beloved wildlife and learn about the region’s history from an expert guide.

Panama Canal Cruises

Travel back in time and experience the Panama Canal the way it was meant to be on a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale with Princess. Transit the newly expanded locks — including the Agua Clara and Cocoli Locks — and get up close to the engineering wonders that surround you. Between the history of the Canal and the cultures of the region, it’s no wonder the Panama Canal is one of the Seven Cruise Wonders of the World.

Canada & New England Cruises

Travel through time as you sail to Canada & New England on a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale. Walk in the footsteps of Paul Revere, hike through Acadia National Park and indulge in crab cakes and fresh-caught lobster along the way. Bask in the coastal beauty of Prince Edward Island, and spend two days exploring the French influences of Quebec City. With Princess, chronicles of the Northern seaboard await.

Transatlantic Cruises

Relive the golden age of ocean travel on a Transatlantic cruise from Ft. Lauderdale. Unwind at sea and jump into adventure at each destination. Choose from voyages that take you through the British Isles and the Mediterranean Sea to the Land of Fire and Ice. Or stop by Spain and France on a cruise from Fort Lauderdale. Indulge in the best of every destination with a Transatlantic cruise with Princess.

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From the cultures of South America to the icy terrains of Antarctica, experience the best of both worlds on a cruise from Ft. Lauderdale. In Puntarenas, learn how Starbucks coffee beans are harvested at the company’s only farm. Walk past pyramids in Huatulco, and uncover treasures of Mesoamerica. Or ascend Corcovado Mountain and visit one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, the Christ the Redeemer statue.

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On World Cruises from Ft. Lauderdale, unpack once and visit even more destinations while enjoying additional days at sea traveling between destinations. As you explore the corners of the world, connect with other guests who share your passion for wanderlust. Embark on one legendary adventure and visit locations spanning from the Blue Mountains of Sydney to the castles near Sicily and various cities in between.

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Between the beaches, galleries and canals, there’s a lot to do and see in this waterside city. Here’s everything to know about your cruise from Ft. Lauderdale.

Ft. Lauderdale at a glance

  • Language: English
  • Currency: U.S. Dollar (USD)
  • Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
  • Docking: You will be notified as to which pier your cruise from Ft. Lauderdale will dock.
  • Attire: We suggest dressing in light clothing as South Florida is warm year-round, especially in the spring and summer. Also consider bringing a light jacket for when temperatures dip in the evenings.
  • Transportation: While taxis are available throughout the city, many neighborhoods are walkable, and you can visit other parts of Ft. Lauderdale by train, trolley, water taxi and rental bike. Want to beat traffic to the port? Take Brightline , a convenient and comfortable high-speed passenger train.

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Keep those vacation vibes going – or kick them off – when you sail out of Ft. Lauderdale. It’s the perfect playground for whatever you love: beaches, nature, food, culture, shopping and more. Whether you want to wave to alligators on an airboat ride through the Everglades or take in the top-notch restaurants and clubs, you’re sure to have a good time. And who couldn’t use more of those?

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One of the US's busiest cruise ports can't keep up with America's love for vacations at sea — but an urgent new terminal will help meet the demand for giant cruise ships

  • Port Canaveral announced new plans to build a seventh cruise terminal by 2026.
  • It scrapped its initial expansion plan because it would've taken longer to build.
  • This article is part of " Transforming Business: Infrastructure ," a series exploring the advancements reshaping US infrastructure.  

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Florida — home to busy beaches, Disney World, and a cruise industry so successful that local ports simply can't keep up with demand.

The Sunshine State flexes seven cruise ports, three of which — Miami, Canaveral, and Everglades — are among the five busiest in the world.

The state may seem well stocked as far as cruise terminals go. But Port Canaveral is running out of space as demand for these vacation voyages continues to skyrocket.

In 2023 , the Florida port accommodated a record 6.8 million cruisers and 13 homeported ships, leading to an all-time-high revenue of $191 million — more than 80% of which came from its cruise operations.

In 2024, it expects to add another 500,000 passengers to that total.

The influx in demand has left Port Canaveral at "a point where we're starting to turn business away," John Murray, its CEO, said at a press conference earlier this month.

The proposed solution? Expand — and quickly. The port announced plans to build a seventh cruise terminal on its north side by 2026, scrapping its initial proposal for one farther south. The latter would've taken longer to build, but "we need it in two years," Murray said, adding: "Maybe sooner."

The proposed terminal would be at the port's "underutilized" North 8 berth. When complete, it could accommodate the world's largest cruise ships, including Royal Caribbean's new 1,198-foot-long, 9,950-person-capacity Icon of the Seas .

Murray said the project would be "self-funded." There's no word yet on the cost, but a spokesperson for Port Canaveral told Business Insider that the existing berth would make construction cheaper than that of previous cruise terminals. The most recent one, completed in 2020, cost $155 million.

Before unveiling these plans, Port Canaveral intended to build its next terminal in an area known as Bluepoints Marina, farther south. The project would've taken three to four years to complete — too long a timeline for Port Canaveral.

A new cruise terminal "has become more urgent and necessary now," Murray said.

Along with a seventh terminal, Port Canaveral plans to build a 3,000-car parking structure and improve the roads leading into and out of the parking lot.

Expanding parking on land is just as important as in the water: Cruise lines have been increasingly developing private islands and destinations in the Caribbean, often visited during three- and four-day cruises. Murray said these shorter sailings typically bring in more vehicular traffic than their five- to seven-day counterparts.

Wooing cruise lines operating on these itineraries could be especially important for Port Canaveral, which is farther north from the private Caribbean destinations than Miami's and Fort Lauderdale's popular ports.

Competition is stiff. In January, MSC Group announced that its cruise lines would move their operations to Miami. In late 2023, Disney Cruise Line unveiled a new terminal at Port Everglades.

"A place like Port Canaveral is continually thinking about retaining the business it has and, of course, capturing some of that business," Ross Klein, the founder of and a professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland, told BI.

But not everyone is excited

While an influx of travelers can be an economic windfall for nearby restaurants and hotels, not all locals are happy about the new cruise terminal.

The world's largest cruise ships can accommodate more than 7,000 guests. That's a lot of travelers — and traffic, which is a concern for Jamie Glasner, the owner of the Bluepoints Marina-based fishing charter Fin and Fly . (BI spoke with Glasner before Port Canaveral announced its terminal in the North 8 berth.)

"These cruise ships come in, and the traffic is backed up for miles," Glasner told BI, adding that other local business owners complained "about it all the time."

"The traffic is a nightmare. This is crazy," he said.

"It used to only take us 10 minutes to get home," Glasner said. "Now it's taking me an hour."

Cruise travelers accounted for roughly 840,000 cars at Port Canaveral last year, Murray said in late 2023. At the time, he said that updates such as a "pay-on-arrival" parking system and the increased use of facial recognition by US Customs and Border Protection helped improve the flow of traffic.

To lessen traffic stress, the port wants the state to widen the nearby freeway and replace the drawbridge connecting the north and south halves of Port Canaveral with a higher, fixed bridge. The latter often opens for passing ships, further jamming up the roads.

However, these proposals have yet to be included in the Florida Department of Transportation's budget, "so we will continue to make noise on that," Murray said during the announcement of the port's seventh cruise terminal. "We can't shut down operations at Port Canaveral because the state can't get the road infrastructure in a timely manner," he added.

But love it or hate it, the cruise industry continues to grow . And the sooner Port Canaveral can build a new terminal, the happier it, and cruise lines, will be.

"We're going to do what we have to do to get this up and running as quickly as possible," Murray told reporters.

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Complete Guide to Closed-Loop Cruises (and Open Jaw Itineraries)

C ruising, as you may know, is one of the best ways to explore the world’s coastlines and nearby cities. But what if you lack a passport or your passport has expired? Exactly what are the passport requirements to cruise? 

As a United States resident, you may benefit from the ease of a so-called closed-loop cruise and not need a passport for a cruise vacation at all. Let’s dive in.

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What is a Closed Loop Cruise? 

First, let's define a closed loop voyage. 

The itineraries of closed-loop cruises begin and end in the same port. For purposes of this conversation, that port is in the United States (even though the term “closed loop cruise” could be used to describe a cruise that starts and ends in the same city in another country). 

Think of it like a closed circuit, with the ship literally closing a geographical loop, even if that loop is an imperfect shape. However, along the route, you might stop at a few other places, either in the United States or abroad. 

The benefit of taking these “round-trip cruises” is that American travelers don’t necessarily need a passport as long as the trip begins and ends at the same U.S.A. port. However, you must understand the nuances of the itinerary you choose if you don’t have a passport, even if you have a travel agent to help guide you. 

That’s why we stress how imperative it is to read the detailed information below about identification requirements.

Closed Loop Cruise Origins

So how did closed-loop cruises come about? Well, in order to comply with U.S. maritime rules and the Passenger Vessel Services Act (also known as the Jones Act), all foreign-registered cruise lines leaving from American ports are required to include a port abroad. 

Nearly all cruise ships are foreign-flagged, so they must stop outside the nation. ( US River Cruise ships are an exception to the foreign-flagged generalization.) These destinations are usually contiguous United States territories such as Mexico, Canada, Bermuda, and the Caribbean islands.

Example of a Closed-Loop Cruise

Here’s an example of a closed-loop cruise itinerary that starts and ends in a United States Cruise Port :

  • A 4-night cruise departs from the Port of Miami in Florida.
  • It makes a port of call in Nassau, in the Bahamas…
  • …then sails onto Half Moon Cay.
  • The cruise returns to Miami to disembark, where it departed from. 

Disney Cruise Line has a very similar 3-day or 4-day itinerary, usually departing from Port Canaveral, which is on Florida’s Space Coast near Cape Canaveral . It leaves, returns to Port Canaveral, and stops at Disney’s Castaway Cay island and Nassau in between. 

While these 3 or 4-day itineraries are considered short, there are plenty of longer sailings with more Port of Call available across many cruise lines. 

Most of the itinerary options are on bigger ships with 1,500+ passengers. 

If a Cruise Starts and Ends in the United States but From Two Different Ports, is it a Closed-Loop Cruise?

No. If a cruise starts in San Diego but ends in Los Angeles, for example, it is an open-jaw cruise, not a closed-loop cruise. 

Another example: If a cruise starts at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale but ends in the Port of Miami, it is not a closed-loop cruise.

What is an Open Jaw Cruise or Itinerary? 

Perhaps you’d prefer to explore beyond the destinations of a closed-loop cruise. 

A cruise that departs from one port and arrives/ends at a separate port of call is known as an “Open-Jaw Cruise.” Sometimes they’re referred to as “Open Loop” or “Repositioning” cruises. 

While these ocean trips on the high seas require a passport, you can access many more countries. 

On a map, such a trip may appear as a triangle or an “open jaw.” For example, you may do a yacht cruise on the Mediterranean as we did that departs from Athens, explores Greece, then heads to Sicily and ends on mainland Italy, and takes a flight home from Rome.

Without geographic restrictions, ships with an open itinerary can travel farther and often stop at more ports. This may also entail visiting places that other cruises would not have the time or ability to visit, such as more exotic locations.

Do you Need a Passport for a Closed Loop Cruise? 

A passport is typically not required for a closed-loop cruise for United States citizens if the cruise starts and ends in the same U.S. port. 

For example, this has made Hawaiian Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Alaska cruises very popular.

You Need Valid Government Identification, Even if Not a Passport

However, valid identification to board the ship is required; you must also show that identification upon reentry to the US. Such ID includes proof of citizenship and a government-issued ID. If you happen to have a valid passport, it’s the only ID required.

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What documentation is needed for a closed-loop cruise .

Nervous about going on a cruise without a passport? While it’s true that you don’t need a passport for most US closed-loop cruises, you must present two forms of ID to board a closed-loop cruise ship. 

These forms of ID should be carried with you when you disembark at each port of call. 

Two Forms of ID

As we mentioned, adults must have two ID forms to board a cruise if they don't have a passport. The two documents must fall under the two categories listed below.

1. Proof of Citizenship

One form of ID must be your proof of US citizenship. For example, this can be a government-issued birth certificate. 

2. Government-Issued ID with Requirements 

The second acceptable piece of identification must be a government-issued ID with your photo, full name, and date of birth. A driver’s license will suffice.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection offers a comprehensive list and details the criteria for taking a cruise without a passport, including what constitutes a government-issued photo ID.

Always check to see the latest details of the requirements before you book your cruise, while you await your cruise, and about four weeks before your cruise to make sure you’re good to go. 

While U.S. Customs recommend an Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) as a passport alternative, very few states offer this form of government-issued ID. 

It’s also important to mention that as an ID, driver’s licenses are only accepted at land border crossings and sea border crossings, not airports for international destinations. You can also only use a valid driver’s license to re-enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

Closed-Loop Cruise Documentation

  • Proof of citizenship, i.e., government-issued birth certificate
  • Driver's License/Real ID
  • Enhanced Driver's License
  • Trusted Traveler Program  card (NEXUS, SENTRI, or FAST)
  • Form I-872 American Indian card
  • Enhanced Tribal card
  • Lawful Permanent Resident card
  • Voter registration card/ID
  • Social security card
  • Baptismal papers
  • Hospital certificates of birth

Enhanced Driver's License vs. Real ID

Is a Real ID the same thing as an EDL? No. It is not.

The short answer is that EDLs can be used for limited border crossings and is only available in specific border states. Whereas a Real ID is available in all states, it cannot be used to cross borders like an EDL or passport.

A Real ID does not have an additional cost to obtain. It differs from previous driver's licenses because it shows a star icon in the top corner of the license.

An EDL is only offered in a handful of states and costs an additional $30.

The Department of Homeland Security states the following about an EDL:

Enhanced Drivers Licenses (EDLs) are state-issued enhanced drivers licenses that provide proof of identity and U.S. citizenship. They are issued in a secure process, and include technology that makes travel easier. EDLs are a low-cost, convenient option for entering the United States from Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean through a land or sea port of entry, in addition to serving as a permit to drive. DHS Enhanced Driver's Licenses: What Are They?

EDLs are only available to residents of the following states:

Real IDs are available in 55 states and territories, however, it is not a viable document to cross a border, including for international sea cruise travel.

REAL ID cards cannot be used for border crossings into Canada, Mexico or other international travel. From “Real ID FAQs” on the Department of Homeland Security

Children Under the Age of 16

For children traveling under the age of 16, a variety of forms of identification, including an original birth certificate or a copy that has been notarized or certified, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, or a Certificate of Naturalization, are acceptable. 

What is Not Acceptable as a Form of ID? 

As per the US Government's regulations, documents proving voter registration and social security cards are not recognized as proof of identity. 

Lawful Permanent Residents

There are specific rules if you are a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) of the United States. 

Even though the US Government doesn’t mandate that you need a passport, it is always advisable to double-check as some locations along your cruise journey may have various requirements, including having a visa. 

If you are an LPR, you must have your I-551, or Green Card, in order to re-enter the US. 

A valid passport from your nation of residence is required if you’re not a U.S. citizen or a LPR of the United States of America.

Closed-Loop Cruises: Popular Port Cities from the United States 

U.S. departure ports are plentiful, from coast to coast.

The most popular port cities on the East Coast are Miami and Fort Lauderdale in Florida, the Port of Miami, and Port Everglades, respectively. 

On the West Coast, San Francisco sees the most cruise ships pass through every year. Quite a few other city ports are offering closed-loop cruises from the US, so let’s take a look.

West Coast Closed-Loop Cruises

An Alaskan cruise is one of the most popular closed-loop cruise options in the US. If departing from the United States, Alaska cruises depart from Seattle, San Francisco, or Los Angeles. They often stop in Vancouver, British Columbia (in Canada), to pick up more cruise passengers.

Mexican Riviera and Hawaii closed loop itineraries are accessible from the West Coast, departing from the cities of San Pedro and Long Beach, San Francisco, and San Diego.

East Coast Closed-Loop Cruises

If you’re looking to head somewhere warmer such as the Bahamas, look to sail from: 

  • Florida: Either from Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades, the Space Coast’s Port Canaveral, the Port of Miami, or Tampa.
  • Maryland: Baltimore.
  • Northeast and New England area: Manhattan in New York City, Cape Liberty in New Jersey, or Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Texas: Galveston.

Some of these itineraries even stop in Bermuda if you take a closed loop cruise from Boston, Manhattan, Baltimore, or Cape Liberty. 

Of course, you can’t forget about a Caribbean cruise! There are quite a few port options if you want to travel to the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. The main cruise port options with itineraries sailing there are from Port Canaveral, Manhattan, Port Everglades, Baltimore, Charleston, New Orleans, Cape Liberty, Galveston, or Tampa. 

Popular Cruise Lines Offering Close Looped Cruises

Though cruise ships and their contracted ports of call may change annually, here’s a list of cruise lines and expected ports they sail from. 

Princess Cruises

Princess is one of our favorite cruise lines for a mature audience! It’s not great for traveling with kids but if you’re adults, it’s a wonderful option.

With Princess Cruises , you can travel to Grand Cayman, Puerto Rico, Mexico, or the Bahamas from the United States. They operate many cruises from Fort Lauderdale or off the West Coast, where you can sail from Los Angeles to Mexico or Hawaii.

In fact, we sailed on a wonderful closed-loop California itinerary that stopped in San Francisco, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ensanda before heading back to Los Angeles. 

Celebrity Cruises

Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Florida, are popular ports for Celebrity Cruises . You can travel to Mexico, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean from here.

It’s another one of our favorite cruise lines, offering class and sophistication to a generally younger audience than Princess Cruises.

We absolutely love their class offerings – our favorite is “in “ The Retreat ” – and recommend booking a suite if you sail with Celebrity. 

Disney Cruise Line

Who doesn’t love a Disney cruise, especially when you can sail to Bermuda, the Bahamas, or the Caribbean with all your favorite characters? But even if the characters don’t pique your interest, sailing as adults, only, is always fun with Disney. We’ve cruised on DCL without kids many times! 

Castaway Cay, Disney's private island, is an incredibly popular destination that only Disney Cruise Line sails to.

Most Disney Cruises in the United States set sail from the East Coast, with the most popular ports being Port Canaveral and Miami. However, there is often a west coast cruise itinerary each year, like from San Diego. 

Holland America Line

The majority of Holland America Line (HAL) closed loop cruises leave Fort Lauderdale and head to the Caribbean. But if you’re looking for an incredible Alaskan experience, head out west to Seattle and catch a trip to The Last Frontier with HAL.

Royal Caribbean 

An incredibly popular cruise line, Royal Caribbean departs from 14 ports across the US. The most popular closed-loop itineraries leave from Port Canaveral and Miami, where they sail to the Caribbean and the Bahamas.

People love to visit Coco Cay, Royal Caribbean’s private island.

Norwegian Cruise Line 

Despite its name, many cruises with Norwegian actually depart from the US. Amongst their popular itineraries is a Hawaiian closed-loop cruise from Honolulu, that tours around the Hawaiian Islands. 

To visit the Bahamas or the Caribbean with Norwegian Cruise Line, choose the Port of Miami as the departure port.

Carnival Cruises

Miami, Galveston, Tampa, and Port Canaveral are the port of call where most closed-loop Carnival Cruises sail from. The top itineraries for all three ports will lead you to the incredible island nations of the Caribbean.

MSC Cruises

Dip your toes in Caribbean sand when you set sail from Port Canaveral or the Port of Miami. MSC Cruises offers hundreds of closed loop cruises each year.

Margaritaville at Sea

If you want a very short, low-cost cruise option that sails from the Port of Palm Beach, look into Margaritaville at Sea . 

Closed-Loop Cruises in Popular European Cities  

The United States isn’t the only region that offers closed loop cruises. Numerous cities in Europe also have such itineraries, although they aren’t always referred to as a closed loop cruise in marketing material. 

Rather, you’ll see terms like “return trip cruise” or “two-way cruises.” Check each itinerary very closely. 

However, it’s worth noting that while these cruises are technically closed-loop, because they start and end in the same port of call as our Emerald Cruises did in Amsterdam in The Netherlands, you need a passport to sail in Europe or Asia, for example, if you’re a United States citizen traveling abroad. You’ll also need a passport to fly there at an international airport.

One of the closed itineraries growing in popularity in Europe is a cruise to Iceland. Departing and ending at Rotterdam, in The Netherlands, you’ll get to explore this true wonder of the world. Cruises to Iceland also commonly include a port of call in Ireland as well.

The port of Civitavecchia in Rome, Italy, also offers a number of return trip cruises. These itineraries include stops in Greece, Turkey, and Italy. Or you can sail in a loop from the port of Ravenna in Venice, Italy, to see cities in Italy, Croatia, and Greece.

MSC offers popular cruises in the Mediterranean with return trips from Marseille, France . On these journeys, you will stop in places such as Genoa, Palermo, Ibiza, Valencia, Barcelona, and Naples.

Closed-Loop Cruises FAQs

What are the advantages of a closed loop cruise.

There are many, especially if you don’t have a passport!

  • They don't require a passport.
  • It’s much easier to book flights or arrange transportation if they start and end in the United States.
  • There are many cruise itineraries to choose from across various cruise lines.
  • Simplified planning.
  • Cost is usually more economical.

What are the Disadvantages of a Closed Loop Cruise?

The main disadvantage is that fewer ports of call are available to you. Along with this, depending on your taste and travel preferences, your experience diving into different cultures and historical sites is lessened if you can only explore closed-loop cruise options. 

How Do I Know If My Cruise Is Closed-Loop? 

Two main things indicate if your cruise is closed loop and you won’t need a passport  (but don’t forget – you need other valid identification): 

  • For Americans looking to travel without a passport, the first piece of information to note when investigating whether or not a cruise is closed-loop is if it departs from and arrives back at the same US port. 

In order for it to be considered a closed-loop cruise that you don’t need a passport for the ship must leave and return to the same exact American port. 

  • The second criterion to check for is: Are all ports of call on the itinerary within the Western hemisphere? 

Today, the majority of cruises that are closed-loop and you don’t need a passport for as a US citizen are within the Western Hemisphere only.

The idea of a closed-loop cruise originated with the creation of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) . 

The objective of WHTI was to enhance and fortify American border security after 9/11 in 2001. However, there was also the added objective of streamlining and improving entry procedures into the United States. Several aspects of the initiative also deal with easing entry for residents of Bermuda, Canada, and Mexico. 

Can You Leave the Ship on a Closed-Loop Cruise Without a Passport?

The answer is yes and no. It depends on the port of call. 

It’s important to check the itinerary for your trip because there are a few places, even on a closed-loop cruise, that do require a passport to disembark. This is particularly common in the Caribbean in nations including Guadeloupe, the island of Martinique, St. Barts, Barbados, and others. 

Below is a list of Caribbean nations you can travel to without a passport on a closed-loop cruise (meaning you can disembark the ship if your cruise ship stops there and you do not have a passport):

  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Dominican Republic
  • Netherlands Antilles
  • St. Kitts and Nevis
  • St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Turks and Caicos

If you travel to any of these countries without a passport, however, it’s a good idea to take your valid forms of ID with you when you walk around the port in case you encounter any problems. 

Precautions to Keep in Mind Traveling Outside the United States Without a Passport

Keep a few things to keep in mind if you travel on a closed-loop cruise without a passport. 

Imagine, for instance, that something goes awry, and you need to fly back to the United States from a foreign country for a medical emergency. In this situation and in the case of an emergency, you will need a passport in order to travel through an international airport and board an airplane traveling internationally.

Additionally, without a U.S. passport, getting home or catching up with the trip could be challenging if you miss the ship in one of the ports.

An Enhanced Driver's License (EDL) allows you to re-enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. However, an EDL is only accepted at land and sea border crossings, not for air travel.

A closed loop cruise is a wonderful sea travel option for United States residents and citizens who want a vacation in multiple cities without needing a passport. (It’s an especially good option if you’re waiting for your new passport to arrive and you’re aching to go on a cruise, asap!) 

However, there are things to be aware of when you’re looking into going on a closed-loop cruise from the United States. With the important information we have provided here, you’ll be an informed traveler who can make the best decision for your’s and your family’s next cruise.

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Disney Cruise Line Joins Maritime Leaders to Host Career Day at Port Everglades

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.  - More than 90 high school students learned about cruise and cargo operations at Port Everglades during National Maritime Month.

The marine industry is vital to U.S. commerce and responsible for 2.3 million jobs each year, according to the latest data from the Marine Economy Satellite Account. Over the course of two days, Broward County students in the Junior Achievement of South Florida Pre-Apprenticeship program learned about careers in the maritime industry during discussions with Disney Cruise Line cast and crew members, staff from Port Everglades Terminal LLC, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), and the president of the International Longshoremen's Association Local 1526. 

The Junior Achievement of South Florida Pre-Apprenticeship is a six-month program designed to help young people ages 17 to 24 to build work-readiness skills and gain knowledge of trade industries. 

The career day wasn't all talk. The students toured  Disney Magic  while it was docked and visited the cargo area where MSC/Port Everglades Terminal operates. Students gained insights from Disney Cruise Line shipboard crew members and officers in a range of areas, including human resources, guest services, and entertainment. Crew members shared details with students about their roles, life at sea and tips for pursuing a maritime career.  

"The opportunities available in the maritime industry are diverse and high-paying," said Acting Port Director Glenn Wiltshire. "We appreciate the chance to share with the students the various career options available on land and at sea."

"It's especially fitting that during National Maritime Month we could share with the participants how we don't just move cargo but we power the local and global economies," said Rick Blackmore, CEO of Port Everglades Terminal, LLC.

The career day marked the first time Disney Cruise Line has partnered with the Junior Achievement of South Florida's maritime Pre-Apprenticeship program. Last year, in recognition of Disney's arrival to Port Everglades, the cruise line announced new community investments, including in Junior Achievement of South Florida, with donations supporting the JA Career Bound as well as other programs such as a special marine service technician track that educates students about the maritime industry, marine basics and engine fundamentals.

"Through our partnership with Junior Achievement of South Florida, and our support of their Pre-Apprenticeship program, we hope to inspire the next generation of maritime professionals," said Beth Thibodaux, Disney Cruise Line External Affairs Director. 

About Port Everglades As one of Florida's leading economic generators, Broward County's Port Everglades is the gateway for international trade and cruise vacations. Consistently ranked among the top three busiest cruise homeports in the world, Port Everglades is also one of the nation's leading container ports and South Florida's main seaport for receiving energy products including gasoline, jet fuel and alternative fuels. The Port Everglades Department is a self-supporting Enterprise Fund of Broward County, Florida, government with operating revenues of $182.4 million in Fiscal Year 2023 (October 1, 2022, through September 30, 2023). It does not rely on local tax dollars for operations. For more information on Port Everglades, visit or email [email protected].

About Disney Cruise Line:  For more than 25 years, Disney Cruise Line has established itself as a leader in the cruise industry, providing a setting where families can reconnect, adults can recharge and children can experience all Disney has to offer. Today, the award-winning Disney Cruise Line continues to expand its blueprint for family cruising with a fleet of five ships - the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish - and three more ships planned, including the Disney Treasure, Disney Adventure and Disney Destiny. The Disney Cruise Line fleet sails to destinations in The Bahamas, the Caribbean, Europe, Alaska, Mexico, Canada, Hawaii, the South Pacific, and Australia and New Zealand. For more information, visit 

May 22, 2024 MEDIA CONTACT:  Joy Oglesby, Public Information Officer, Port Everglades 954-468-0195 [email protected]

Cruise ship operations to resume from Baltimore later this month, port confirms

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Cruises from Baltimore will resume later this month.

Royal Caribbean International’s Vision of the Seas will leave from the city on May 25. That will mark the first cruise ship to do so since the March collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge , the Port of Baltimore said in a Facebook post .

Vision of the Seas will sail a round-trip cruise to Bermuda, according to CruiseMapper . Royal Caribbean previously moved the ship’s operations to Norfolk, Virginia in the wake of the bridge collapse.

“Royal Caribbean International looks forward to returning to the Port of Baltimore once again,” a spokesperson told USA TODAY in an emailed statement. “Vision of the Seas will set sail on a 5-night itinerary as planned on Saturday, May 25 after completing its previously scheduled drydock in the Bahamas.”

Carnival Cruise Line also expects to return this month.

Carnival will embark guests on Carnival Pride’s May 19 cruise in Norfolk, but anticipates it will end the trip in Baltimore.

“We are encouraging our guests to register for our complimentary bus service between Baltimore and Norfolk for the sailing's embarkation,” spokesperson Matt Lupoli said in an emailed statement. “We remain in close contact with local, state and federal officials regarding the return of our operations at the Port of Baltimore.”

Nathan Diller is a consumer travel reporter for USA TODAY based in Nashville. You can reach him at [email protected].

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Royal Caribbean, Carnival will cruise out of Baltimore for first time since Key Bridge collapse. Here's when.

By Adam Thompson

Updated on: May 17, 2024 / 7:56 PM EDT / CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE - Royal Caribbean and Carnival are getting ready to set sail out of the Port of Baltimore as the first cruise departures from the port since the March 26 Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.

The Port of Baltimore announced that the Vision of the Seas, owned by Royal Caribbean, will embark on a five-night voyage on May 25 from Baltimore to Bermuda.

The Carnival Legend will depart out of Baltimore on May 26.

"Baltimore is back," the Port of Baltimore posted on social media.

"We are extremely grateful to the officials and incredible first responders in Baltimore, who've shown great leadership and resolve in this difficult time, as well as our supportive partners in Norfolk, whose rapid response allowed us to continue to deliver our scheduled sailings for our guests," said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. "It's been our goal to resume operations in Baltimore as soon as possible, and after working closely with local, state and federal agencies, we look forward to a successful return."

Get ready…Port of Baltimore is ready to cruise once again! @RoyalCaribbean 's Vision of the Seas will depart on May 25 for a 5-night trip from Baltimore to Bermuda! This marks the 1st cruise leaving Baltimore since the bridge incident. Baltimore is back! — Port of Baltimore (@portofbalt) May 15, 2024

The cargo ship Dali crashed into Baltimore's bridge in late March, killing six construction workers, halting access to and from the Port of Baltimore and knocking down the entire bridge.

The Port of Baltimore services cruise ships from Royal Caribbean, Carnival and Norwegian.

A Carnival spokesperson told CBS News the company expects a less than $10 million impact on both adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization as well as its adjusted net income for the full year 2024.   

In April, a Carnival cruise ship was expected to return to Baltimore, but after the Key Bridge collapse, it ported in Norfolk, Virginia.

Regina Ali, a spokesperson for AAA, was on that Carnival ship when the cargo ship caused the bridge collapse.

"I'm looking and I'm like, 'Wait a minute, this is in Maryland and it was so surreal,'" Ali said. 

Since then, cruise ships originally slated for Baltimore took off and  returned in Norfolk.

Adam Thompson is a digital content producer for CBS Baltimore.

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