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Cheap cruises from Miami for 2020

Cruise to the Bahamas, further into the Caribbean, Panama, Mexico and beyond for cheap.

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Miami is a popular springboard to sail into the Caribbean's hot spots like the Bahamas, Jamaica and Puerto Rico.

If that's not exactly your style, ships also depart for Panama, Mexico, Hawaii, Cozumel and more.

Wherever you're headed, we've found the best cruise lines and deals to keep you sailing with extra dollars in your pockets.

Top deals on cruises from Miami

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Up to USD$800 OBC with Oceania Cruises

Available on select dates from July 2020 - October 2021. Destinations include Greece, Rome, Miami, Bangkok, Singapore and more. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 40% off Miami cruises

Valid for travel on select dates in 2019 and 2020. Other destinations include New York, Europe, the Caribbean and more. T&Cs apply.

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Popular cruise lines that sail from Miami

Where do cruises sail to from Miami?

Popular destinations and ports that Miami cruises sail to are as follows. Hit "view details" to look for upcoming sailings to each.

Where do cruises depart from in Miami?

Cruises arrive and depart from the Port of Miami, which is easily accessible by car, shuttle and limousine from Miami International Airport or the city centre. Public transportation can be taken from the city centre.

The Miami trolley stops outside each terminal. Most cruise lines also offer direct shuttle service from Miami Airport to the Port of Miami.

Airport to cruise terminal transfers

Private and shared shuttles from Miami Airport to Shuttles from the airport to the cruise terminal can be booked beforehand for a seamless connection. A wide range of options and prices are available through Viator and Klook.

Prices start from $15 for a shared shuttle and $55 for a private.

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