Whether you’re interested in taking a harbor cruise around Baltimore, Maryland or you would like to take a full cruise vacation from Baltimore, Maryland, there are numerous options available to you. But before we talk about Baltimore Maryland cruises, it’s important to note the many attractions Baltimore has to offer along the Inner Harbor, and beyond. Baltimore’s Inner Harbor or waterfront features the National Aquarium, a glass enclosed market, the U.S. Frigate Constellation, the Maryland Science Museum and Davis Planetarium, the Baltimore Maritime Museum, and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. You will also find loads of entertainment such as a Hard Rock Cafe and ESPN Zone, and restaurants galore.
If you want to take a tour along the harbor, you can take a ride on the Baltimore Ducks (land and sea tours), the Bay Lady or Lady of Baltimore (three-level cruise ships), or a cruise aboard a paddlewheel boat called the Black-Eyed Susan. Back on land you will also find a wide variety of walking tours, such as the Maritime History Walking Tour or a tour of one of the nations oldest maritime communities – the Fells Point Neighborhood. Baltimore, Maryland harbor cruises can last 90 minutes, several hours or several days, if you wish. For more information about Baltimore, Maryland harbor cruises or to browse through offerings, visit The New Baltimore Harbor Cruises website. You can also check into American Cruise Lines. American Cruise Lines features small ship that sail from Baltimore around the Chesapeake Bay and down the Inland Waterway.
While the most popular cruise ports on the East Coast include: New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, and further south, Florida, Maryland is also a popular port for residents of Maryland, Washington, Ohio and other inland states interested in taking a full cruise vacation. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines have many cruise offerings from Baltimore, Maryland. So for those interested in more than a harbor cruise, read on. Not only do Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines offer exciting cruises from Baltimore, Maryland, but they also offer cruises at killer prices.
Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise lines offer cruises from Baltimore, Maryland to Bermuda, the Caribbean, and Canada. Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas and Norwegian Cruise Line’s Majesty of the Seas, are both based in Maryland and they are currently departing from a new cruise terminal located minutes from downtown Baltimore. Royal Caribbean’s Grandeur of the Seas offers five night Bermuda, nine night Caribbean, and nine night Canada/New England Cruises, and Norwegian Cruise Lines Majesty embarks on seven night Bermuda Cruises from Baltimore, beginning in 2008.
Royal Caribbean’s five night Bermuda cruises (round-trip from Baltimore, Maryland) aboard the
Grandeur of the Seas start as low as $599, while Norwegian Cruise Lines six and seven night cruises also start as low as $599. You can also check out these websites to hunt for even bigger deals and discounts on Baltimore, Maryland cruises: Bargain Travel Cruises, Cruise.com, Cruise Travel Outlet, American Discount Cruises, Kayak.com, Expedia.com, Orbitz.com, Travelocity.com, and VacationsToGo.com.