Five Baltimore cruise ships offer trips to a variety of destinations. Choose a cruise on a big Carnival Cruise Line ship, Royal Caribbean ship, Norwegian Cruise Line ship, Celebrity ship or a voyage on a small ship.
Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival Cruise Line offers year-round cruises from Baltimore beginning in 2009. The Carnival Pride makes 7-day Bahamas cruises and 7-day eastern Caribbean cruises. The "fun ships" of Carnival are famous for casual, good-time vacations that the entire family can enjoy. Sail whenever you like; there are departures all year -- a sliding dome covers the pool in bad weather.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean offers big and bright ships, with a lot of open spaces and private balconies. The Grandeur of the Seas and the Enchantment of the Seas make three types of cruises from Baltimore: to Bermuda, the Caribbean or Canada.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line also offers cruises from Baltimore. The Norwegian Majesty makes Bermuda cruises in the summer months - the perfect time to go. Norwegian Cruise Line is famous for "freestyle cruising", which gives you more options for doing what you want, when you want on your cruise. The Majesty is an understated, informal mid-size cruise ship. She offers plenty of good food and entertainment to keep passengers happy.
Celebrity Cruises from Baltimore start in November of 2009. The Celebrity Mercury offers cruises to the Bahamas and the Eastern Caribbean during the winter. Escape the cold on a voyage to the warm islands. Celebrity has stylish luxury ships that will pamper you on your vacation.
American Cruise Line
The small cruise ships sailing from Baltimore are on American Cruise Line. These ships carry no more than 100 passengers and dock in small town ports. It's cruises stick to relatively calm inland waterways, which means a smoother ride for you. The all-American crew prepares feasts that feature the flavors of the regions you'll visit. All staterooms have opening picture windows. American Cruise Line offers Chesapeake Bay cruises and Inland Passage cruises from Baltimore.