Sail Far and Wide from New York City

New York is a hub. This city has served as a focal point for so many things American, from fashion to publishing to bagels and so much more. Now the “city that never sleeps” is becoming a hub for cruise travel. You can now cruise around the world, right from New York.

Here are four major destinations that you can discover on a cruise from New York.

  • Europe – Set sail for a European adventure on a transatlantic cruise. This sailing has old world charm, as you cross the ocean like many immigrants did generations ago, to experience the new world and embark upon a new life. You can trace back your ancestor’s routes and see the precious places they came from.
  • Canada and New England – Cruises to Canada and New England in the fall are amongst the most popular cruises that leave from New York. Passengers are treated to the beautiful autumn colors as they sail north towards Boston, Halifax and Quebec City. These glamorous cruises are peaceful and offer travelers a great way to see the small, quaint towns that make up North America’s eastern coast.
  • Bermuda – Instead of flying into this island paradise where hotel rooms and restaurants run at premium rates, spend a day or two at sea on your way to Bermuda. Soon there will be weekly sailings to Bermuda courtesy of the brand new Norwegian Cruise Line ship the Norwegian Breakaway.
  • Caribbean – To escape the cold weather of the Northeast there’s nothing that beats a cruise to the Caribbean. If you are sailing from New York you have lots of options of where to go and how long to stay. Treat yourself to a spectacular sailing full of sunshine, tropical breezes and laid-back attitudes.

There’re so many other options from New York, from traversing the Panama Canal and even heading off to Cape Town in South Africa. If you can get to New York, you can sail just about anywhere. For more information on cruises from New York contact a qualified cruise travel agency like The Cruise Web, for more information.

– By The Cruise Web Team

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