Port of New York Cruises 2021
When you think of top-tier departure ports, it is hard to let the port of New York City slip your mind. The Big Apple has something to do for just about every type of traveler, and its grandeur, culture, and authenticity are unrivaled by that of almost any other city. New York will be back to cruising this fall, and its bright lights and nonstop entertainment make a pre- or post-cruise stay in “The City That Never Sleeps” an exciting vacation of its own.
Beginning in late September, several major cruise lines including Norwegian Cruise Line, Windstar Cruises, and Cunard Line will resume operations out of the port of New York City. For travelers who plan to take a cruise from New York, it would be wise to arrive in port a few days before departure to experience all the city has to offer. Whether guests decide to take a stroll through central park, see a famed Broadway production, tour the Statue of Liberty, or check out Madison Square Garden, “The City So Nice They Named It Twice” is guaranteed to impress you.
Earlier this month, New York made history by becoming the first U.S. port to launch a cruise departure since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Though it was Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Millennium that was the first to sail from NYC since the pre-COVID era, Celebrity will not be returning to New York in 2021. Norwegian Cruise Line will kick off the fall cruising season in The Big Apple, with Norwegian Breakaway’s 7 Night Bermuda itinerary.
View each cruise line’s first itinerary departing from New York City this fall:
• Norwegian Cruise Line: 7 NIGHT BERMUDA – NEW YORK (NYC/NYC), Norwegian Breakaway, departing September 26, 2021.
For more information on the cruise departure port of New York City or to book your dream vacation today, call The Cruise Web at 1-800-377-9383 to speak with one of our expert travel consultants or visit us online at www.cruiseweb.com.