No one destination can offer as much diversity as America’s unique 50 states, and with some of the most famous cities, sights and landmarks on the planet, this world-superpower is considered by many as the ultimate travel destination. With Cruise Nation’s vast range of USA Cruises, discovering the “Land of the Free” has never been easier, or more budget-friendly. Our low cost USA cruises allow passengers to take in the highlights that this great country has to offer, whether it’s exploring the Big Apple, experiencing beach life in Miami, celebrity spotting in LA or soaking up the culture in San Francisco, there is something for everyone to enjoy. With a wide selection of USA cruises, including cheap cruises from Southampton, luxury last minute cruises and low cost all inclusive cruises, you’ll find that a cruise to America is a lot more affordable than you might think.
Along with Cruise Nation’s popular Mediterranean Cruises, our cruises to the USA are some of our customer’s favourite deals. Choose from amazing low cost offers on cruises departing directly from the U.K., with the chance to experience the iconic Transatlantic crossing between Southampton to New York, or USA cruise deals which include flights and even accommodation. With the chance to spend more time in some of America’s most visited cities, including New York and Miami, our Cruise and Stay packages include accommodation either before or after your cruise – making them perfect for those don’t want their holiday to end, or those who simply want to pack more beach time into their vacation. We also have a fantastic selection of fly cruises, which include airfare to exciting American cities post-cruise, allowing you to see and experience another great USA destination.
A trip to New York is surely a once in a lifetime opportunity. You'll feel like you're trespassing on a movie-set when you're taking a stroll through Central Park, or standing in the middle of Times Square. Other points of interest include the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the 9/11 Memorial Museum. New York truly is a city of great restaurants, cultural diversity and an endless list of activities!
Experience Art Deco Architecture, Enjoy Cool Latin Culture and Explore a City with Real Attitude. Miami has more than just hot weather and beaches to offer.
A booming metropolis and food lover’s paradise, art deco delight and sporting mecca, Latin enclave and millionaires’ playground…there seems to be an almost unlimited number of ways to describe this ever changing city. At one time, Miami had a rather pedestrian reputation as the retirement centre for Easterners, New Yorkers in particular, fleeing cold and inclement winters. But much of that image has changed as the city has modernised, expanded and been influenced by a large influx of Latin Americans.
Las Vegas is possibly one of the most magical places on the planet. A Disneyland for adults if you will. The city is well known for its tolerance of all forms of adult entertainment and, for this reason, has gained the moniker of “Sin City”.
As many know, this exciting city is hundreds of miles from the Pacific Ocean and often reaches temperatures in the summer of over 45C! But inside the city limits, its water, water, everywhere from the sprouting fountains of Bellagio’s to the copy-cat canals of Venice at the Venetian Hotel - all giving the appearance and feeling of coolness. Every hotel has a swimming pool and all casinos are air-conditioned. The impressive Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is kept at 20C, a very chilled place to visit. Indeed many guests, on arriving in Vegas, never go outside. Certainly one option for ‘beating the heat’.
Although it's one of the major cities in the United States, San Francisco is relatively small in size (just 49 square miles) meaning you can fit in a lot of the city in a small period of time. The city is famous for it's 1.7 mile long Golden Gate Bridge which is crossed by around 120,000 vehicles per day! A walkway allows for it to be crossed by pedestrians.
Another famous site in San Francisco is Alcatraz. This former prison has featured in many Hollywood movies and is located on an island in the bay. Although it was closed in the 1960s, you can tour the museum with audio commentary for a truly haunting experience!
It’s highly likely that when you’re daydreaming about relaxing on a beach on some exotic island, that it’s actually Barbados you’re picturing. Its perfect beaches are synonymous with sun-soaked Caribbean holidays.
Thanks to its heritage of English, African and West Indian roots, Barbados has its own distinctive identity. Venture through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Bridgetown and you’ll discover sites like the museum which is housed in a 19th century military prison along with some striking examples of colonial architecture.
As one of America’s oldest cities there’s a sturdy history and culture in Boston that makes it one of the most distinctive destinations to visit in the USA.
Boston is the biggest city in New England and it was founded back in 1630. It’s been the site of many notable political events in history including the Boston Tea Party and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Visit Bunker Hill today and you’ll discover an impressive monument (which looks remarkably like the Washington Monument) commemorating the famous battle.
Chicago is the third biggest city in the USA based on population. It's therefore unsurprising that there are a multitude of things to see and do in "The Windy City".
Located on the shores on Lake Michigan, Chicago is the home to some of the best restaurants, nightlife, shopping and museums the US has to offer.
Known as the “Venice of America”, Greater Fort Lauderdale is the yachting capital of the world with over 300 miles of waterways to explore by water taxi or for the more active traveller, paddle board. There are even over 4,000 eateries that offer a dock and dine experience! Home to the third largest cruise port in the world, Port Everglades, Greater Fort Lauderdale offers a great platform for day excursions and cruise holidays to the Caribbean and beyond.
A year round beach destination located in subtropical South East Florida, Greater Fort Lauderdale has an average of 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and temperatures of 25 °C. Blue skies, 23 miles of golden sands, swaying palms and turquoise waters, six of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s eight beaches have Blue Wave Certification making them some of the cleanest, safest beaches in the USA.
Cuba is among the most exciting islands in the Caribbean and it has just about everything you could imagine. There are dramatic mountainous landscapes, wild and unspoilt valleys, sweeping vistas of sugar cane, sprawling tobacco plantations, exquisite cities dating from the mid-fifteenth century, beautiful beaches and above all Cuba’s greatest asset: the people.
Hawaii is home to all but two of the world’s climate zones, providing a vast canvas of environments to explore. Among the lush rainforests, volcanic deserts and black and white peppered sand beaches you’ll be struck by a sense of awe and inspiration.
The ‘City of Angels’ offers something for everyone. Relax on the golden beach of Santa Monica, venture down Hollywood Boulevard to see the handprints of the famous or go star spotting in Beverley Hills. The exclusive Rodeo Drive offers a great place to shop or just people watch. Whatever you’re after, from entertaining nightlife to relaxing on a beach, LA has it – even for families as about 45 minutes drive south of Los Angeles is the town of Anaheim which is home to Disneyland Resort California.
Situated on the Mississippi River in southwest Tennesse, Memphis is famous for the blues, soul and rock 'n' roll music that originated there. Elvis Presley, B.B.King and Johnny Cash all recorded albums at the legendary Sun Studio, and Presley's famous Graceland mansion is also situated here. Blues, jazz and rock 'n' roll can be heard from the clubs along Beale Street and the local restaurants serve up Memphis-style barbecue and soul food.
They call it 'Music City', Nashville is a the country-music capital of the United States and the capital city of the state of Tennessee. It's emerged as one of the South's most vibrant cities and is the home to the legendary country music venue 'Grand Ole Opry House'. Other points of interest include The Country Music hall of Fame, the historic Ryman Auditorium and the Johnny Cash Museum.
Known as the 'Big Easy', New Orleans is a city that's known for it's 24-hour nightlife and vibrant music scene. The local cuisine reflects its history as a melting pot of French, African and American cultures. The late-winter carnival of Mardi Gras famed for its raucous costumed parades and street parties embodies New Orleans' wild and festive spirit.
Home of the awe-inspiring Niagara Falls State Park, Niagara Falls is situated on the border of Canada and the United States. With its year-round exhilarating experiences and popular attractions, Niagara Falls is a fantastic destination for a cruise and stay holiday.
Home of Walt Disney World and Universal studios, Orlando is situated in Central Florida in The United States of America. With its world-renowned theme parks and wide range of different things to see and do, Orlando is a fantastic destination for a cruise and stay holiday.
San Diego known as a place of infinite beauty, affectionate locals and endless sunshine even calls itself 'America's Finest City'. Bursting with world famous attractions such as San Diego Zoo, The Salk Institute, Sea World and beautiful Balboa Park have created a strong tourism industry for the area.
Seattle is a relatively young city with a rich history. Settlers first landed at Alki Point in 1851 and named the area after an Indian chief who befriended them called Sealth. Seattle's spectacular natural surroundings and rich culture attracts visitors from around the world.
Many people mistake Toronto for Canada’s capital city, but this is in fact not the case. It is indeed the largest city in all of Canada, and is also the capital city of the Ontario province, but the country’s capital is in Ottawa – which, confusingly enough, is also in Ontario! Ottawa is a beautiful city too, but it is much smaller than Toronto – the latter is the one city in Canada you should definitely visit; it’s incredible and there’s so much to do.
Tampa is a popular destination full of charm and character which lies on an estuary on the west coast of Florida. With a host of top attractions to choose from including Busch Gardens, Florida Aquarium and waterfront region, Tampa will easily keep you entertained.
Vancouver is a large city in western Canada, it is well known for its majestic beauty as its nestled between the snow covered coast mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Features include the Vancouver Lookout - one of the most iconic landmarks which provides a breathtaking 360° view of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Vancouver is also home to Canada's largest aquarium and one of Canada's oldest microbreweries.
Alaska is home to spectacular, wintry scenes and is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. With an array of cruise offers to this stunning area, Cruise Nation are proud to offer competitive and attractive deals to Alaska - all from the world's leading cruise lines.