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North and Central America Cruises - nowhere else in the world do you find so many opportunities for a cruise holiday.
 
 

There are many exciting cruises available in North and Central America, and you can find a cruise destination at any time of the year. Some of the destinations are very seasonal, like Alaska Cruises and Caribbean Cruises due to weather conditions, while other destinations are available all year round, like Hawaii Cruises and Mexico Cruises. You can also find cruises at almost any length, like the typically very short Bahamas Cruises to the much longer Canada/New England Cruises. 

At most destinations there are several different cruise lines operating, and the pricing as well as the quality can vary. Planning well in advance is therefore a good idea, not only to find the option where you will get the best value for money, but also to be able to choose the cabin you prefer. Planning also involves finding the right season for your cruise, it may not always be the destination's peak season, money can be saved by choosing an off peak cruise.

 
 
Part of the planning furthermore involves finding out what kind of activities there are available on stops, so you can be prepared by having packed the right clothes and in some cases equipment, like your golf set or your snorkeling gear. The dress code on board may differ from one cruise ship to another, and it can be stressful not to bring the right kind of clothes, therefore knowing about the dress code is part of the planning.

The port of embarkation is also important when planning your cruise. Most cruise destinations have more than one starting point, all depending on your choice of cruise line. You will be responsible to get to the ship and also to get back home again after the cruise.

Usually cruises are round trip, so you will get back to the same port where you started, but some cruises are one way, for instance 
Panama Cruises with a full transit. If you can chose between several different starting points, it is not only the costs of getting there that may decide which option you would want, but it could also be the opportunity to spend a couple of days at the starting point before or after the cruise.
 
 
 
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