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New Ports and Cruise Itineraries Announced for 2014/2015 Cruise Season, Plus a U.S. Departure Port Infographic

July 31, 2013 Cruise No Comments Email Email

Ready to get away? Looking for a new spot or adventure for your next getaway? Well look no further; the expert cruise consultants at The Cruise Web have created a series of articles on the new ports and itineraries to look forward to in 2014 and 2015, along with an informative infographic detailing the 21 cruise departure ports in the United States.

gI_77778_cw-infographic-us-departure-portsThe cruise season for 2014/2015 is just around the corner and along with the classic Bermuda, Hawaii andCaribbean cruises there are new itineraries and new exotic ports to experience. These new ports are located all around the world, allowing passengers the opportunity to get a glimpse of exciting traditions, experience rich cultures and taste some amazing cuisines.

While the new itineraries may feature ports that are tried and true, the itinerary as a package is new, offering sailings with a different focus or perspective. For instance, Oceania Cruises has a Princes and Palaces cruise where passengers spend ten days sailing around the Iberian Peninsula seeing sights like the Alhambra, the Strait of Gibraltar and the lavender fields in Provence. Or if you’re interested in touring Asia, Viking River Cruises takes passengers along the Irrawaddy River for an unprecedented look at the once secluded country of Myanmar on their Memories of Mandalay itinerary.

Find your perfect new 2014/2015 itinerary here:http://cruiseweb.com/blog/2013/07/8-new-itineraries-to-experience-in-20142015/#more-25545

Included amongst the new ports are:
·    Maura in the Sultanate of Brunei
·    Bagan in Myanmar (also known as Burma)
·    Antibes in France
·    Lautoka in Fiji
·    Luanda in Angola

Learn about these ports and what excursions are available in each of these stops here:http://cruiseweb.com/blog/2013/07/cruise-lines-visit-new-ports-in-20142015/

In addition to sailing to these exotic and enlightening ports of call, the Port of Houston, right here in America will begin to host the Caribbean Princess in 2013 and then expand and homeport both the Norwegian Jewel and the Emerald Princess in 2014. This new port is one of 21 ports in coastal cities in the United States. To get a greater picture of America’s cruise ports, The Cruise Web team has created a comprehensive infographic guide to each of these ports including which cruise lines sail from each port and which destination the ships visit.

Check out all 21 of the U.S. departure ports and find out which one is closest to you by clicking this link:http://cruiseweb.com/images/cw-infographic-us-departure-ports.jpg

Take advantage of these new ports and the cruise lines’ new itineraries by contacting a cruise consultant to learn more and to book early. The Cruise Web’s cruise consultants recommend booking as early as possible. Prices tend to swell closer to sailing as demand increases.

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