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Cruises from Bayonne
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Cruises from Bayonne

Bayonne, New Jersey is the home of the Cape Liberty Cruise Port. Cruises from Bayonne are very popular, especially among those that live in the surrounding areas (i.e. New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania), as such travelers are able to take a cruise from Bayonne and conveniently avoid the hassle and expense of flying.

With a prime location, just a close drive from New York City and Newark Airport, a cruise from Bayonne offers its guests the ability to visit NYC before and/or after the cruise from New Jersey. In fact, when sailing out of Bayonne the ship typically sails past the Statue of Liberty and the impressive New York City skyline. The combination of the NYC experience with the cruise results in the vacation of a lifetime!

Cruises from Bayonne are available year round aboard Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas, which does 5- to 7-night Bermuda cruises, 7-night Bahamas cruises, as well as a series of longer (9- to 11-night) Eastern Caribbean and Southern Caribbean cruises. A couple of cruises from Bayonne will be available aboard Royal Caribbean's Legend of the Seas, including a 10-night Canada & New England cruise in September.

Premium cruise line Celebrity Cruises is featuring cruises from Bayonne from May through October. Celebrity Summit mainly does a series of 7-night Bermuda cruises from NJ, while the end of the season includes 14-night Canada & New England and 6- or 7-night Caribbean as Celebrity Summit transitions to San Juan for the winter.

Premiering in November of 2014 will be Royal Caribbean's newest vessel, Quantum of the Seas. Massive improvements to the Cape Liberty cruise terminal in the months leading up to that time as the area gets ready for the largest ship to sail from New Jersey. Quantum of the Seas will start off doing Caribbean cruises of various lengths, but will eventually copy the summer itineraries of Explorer of the Seas. Royal Caribbean has not announced if Explorer of the Seas will be transitioning to another port, so stay tuned to this page for more up to date information.
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Cruise Lines with Cruises from Bayonne

The following cruise lines feature cruises from Bayonne. Click the name of the cruise line to view upcoming cruises that they're featuring from the Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne:
Celebrity Cruises from Bayonne
Celebrity Cruises from Bayonne
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Royal Caribbean Cruises from Bayonne
Royal Caribbean Cruises from Bayonne
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Prices listed above were accurate when posted online, are based on double occupancy, include port charges and are subject to change based on the live availability of the ship. Please click the link provided in the sale box to find out the current pricing and availability. The offer details for any bonuses are listed during the online booking process. Certain restrictions apply.

Destinations for Cruises from Bayonne

The following cruise destinations can be visited on a cruise from Bayonne. Click any destination to view some of the upcoming cruises from New Jersey that are available:
Bahamas Cruises from Bayonne
Bahamas Cruises from Bayonne
Bermuda Cruises from Bayonne
Bermuda Cruises from Bayonne
Canada & New England  Cruises from Bayonne
Canada & New England Cruises from Bayonne
Caribbean Cruises from Bayonne
Caribbean Cruises from Bayonne
Transatlantic Cruises from Bayonne
Transatlantic Cruises from Bayonne
 

Things to do near Bayonne

These are just a few of the more popular tourist attractions near Bayonne, along with a brief description:

♦ Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
One of the highlights of taking a cruise from Bayonne is that the cruise ship will usually sail past one of America's true symbols, the Statue of Liberty. To really add onto your vacation, you can take a ferry from Liberty State Park (in New Jersey) or Battery Park (in New York) to Liberty Island (before or after your cruise from New Jersey) and visit the statue for an up close experience. Also located in this area is Ellis Island, which was once America's main immigration station (while it operated from 1892 to 1954). Over 40 percent of Americans can trace their ancestry through Ellis Island.

♦ Times Square
Those taking a cruise from Bayonne would be sorry to miss the opportunity to visit one New York City's Times Squaremain attractions, Times Square. Located in midtown Manhattan this area is filled with huge advertisements (such as the famous, steaming Cup of Noodles), great restaurants, bars, street vendors, stores and hotels. Among the big names in Times Square are MTV, Virgin Megastores, Hard Rock Cafe and Planet Hollywood. Times Square is also the site of the world-famous ball drop that occurs each New Year's Eve in NYC.

♦ Fifth Avenue
While visiting New York City before or after a cruise from Bayonne, one of the definite shopping highlights is the section of Fifth Avenue between 34th Street and 59th Street. Lined with upscale shops, this section of Fifth Avenue is one of the world's premier shopping streets. Among the shopping venues on Fifth Avenue are Gucci, Harry Winston, Saks Fifth Avenue, FAO Schwartz, Louis Vutton, Prada, Fendi and Tiffany & Co. Also in this area of NYC is the majestic St. Patrick's Cathedral. Further uptown (around the 80s and 90s) on Fifth avenue are some wonderful museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum.