Cruises from Florida in 2020-2021

Discover the best cruises departing from the sunny state of Florida this cruise season.

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Most cruises from Florida run from December to April. This is high season for cruising as well as time of year less prone to hurricanes, so there's a greater of smooth sailing throughout your cruise.

We perused a wide range of cruises that set out from Florida and selected our top picks to help make your choice easier.

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Where do cruises leaving Florida depart from?

There are six cities in Florida that cruises depart from: Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Port Canaveral (Orlando), Tampa, and Jacksonville.

Most cruises depart from Fort Lauderdale followed by Miami, Port Canaveral and Tampa.

Jacksonville services only a handful of short-distance, small cruises.

Cruises from Fort Lauderdale depart from Port Everglades, which is ranked among the best cruise ports in the world. The port is easily accessible from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport by the Line 300 bus which takes 15 minutes, or by taxi, shuttle or Uber in 5–10 minutes.

Airport to cruise terminal transfers

Both private and shared shuttles transfer passengers from the airport direct to the port. These are an affordable and stress-free option that you can book online prior to your arrival. Prices start from $20 for a shared transfer. These can be booked through Viator.

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