Cruises from Florida

Florida Masters offer a wide selection of cruises from Florida, making it easy to combine a cruise with spending time in the Sunshine State. Not only do our Florida cruise and stay packages save you money, they’re ideal for families, couples, and groups who want to enjoy a thrilling week in Orlando, and then spend some time on-board a relaxing cruise ship. We offer a wide selection of discount packages, but also offer flexibility if you want to build your own cruise and stay break.

Cruise from Florida

Florida cruise ports

Florida has five main cruise ports, so there are no long transfers to meet the ship. Port Canaveral is perhaps the best known, and is one of the busiest cruise ports in the world. Carnival Cruises usually depart from Port Canaveral, which is about an hour’s drive from Orlando, with lots of shuttle bus services available. Various cruises are available from this port, including trips to the Western Caribbean, Mexico, and the Bahamas.

Port of Miami is also a major departure point for USA cruises, and is among the biggest in the country. You can take cruises from Miami on lines such as Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruises, with many of the world’s largest cruise ships such as Allure of the Seas docking here. Florida Masters offer a wide selection of Miami cruises to the Caribbean, Bahamas, and many other destinations, so you can enjoy this lively city before or after your cruise.

Cruise Destinations from Florida

Set your itinerary

The best part of booking a cruise through Florida Masters is the flexibility. You may want to spend 4, 7, or 10 days in Orlando or on the Florida beaches, then take a short or long cruise, the choice is yours. We can ensure you have great accommodation in a Florida hotel or villa, and book cruises with high-quality cruise lines such as Royal Caribbean and Carnival.

Simply fill in our enquiry form, or call 020 7084 7471 today to book.

Cruises from Florida was last modified: March 2nd, 2017 by floridamasters
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