Port of Call Cabo San Lucas

Baja California is a slender peninsula sticking south from the continent in western Mexico for almost a thousand miles. To the west is the Pacific Ocean and to the east is the Sea of Cortes blessing it with almost two thousand miles of spectacular beaches. At the very southern tip is a world class destinationContinue reading “Port of Call Cabo San Lucas”

Port of Call Cozumel Mexico

  Cozumel is a port of call and is actually an island on the southeast coast of Mexico with the port city being San Miguel de Cozumel. It is part of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo and a very popular cruise stop on most western Caribbean itineraries. Its real claim to fame are theContinue reading “Port of Call Cozumel Mexico”

Port of Call Montevideo, Uruguay

Making a Day in the Port of Call Montevideo, Uruguay Tucked in between Brazil and Argentina along the South American coast is the county of Uruguay. Its capital and major port is the city of Montevideo where over half of the countries population of three million live. A frequent port on many South American cruiseContinue reading “Port of Call Montevideo, Uruguay”

Port of Call Ushuaia

Ushuaia, Argentina, Gateway to Antarctica Introduction Ushuaia is often referred to as the end of the world and is the capital of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. It is recognized as the southernmost city in the world. Ushuaia is located in a wide bay on the southern coast of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, boundedContinue reading “Port of Call Ushuaia”

Port of Call Madryn, Argentina

Porta Madryn, Argentina – the Heart of Patagonia Introduction Puerto Madryn is an amazing city that is very popular with cruise itineraries in South America. While Mydryn itself is a modern and thriving city with much to offer, the big attraction in the area is the national parks. The park of Mirador Elefantes Marinos has becomeContinue reading “Port of Call Madryn, Argentina”

Port of Call New Orleans

Cruise Port New Orleans, The Big Easy To begin with New Orleans is a destination virtually in a class by itself. The city is famous for its history having been settled first by French trappers in the seventeenth century, than ceded to the Spanish in 1762 by Treaty. Following a number of fires in theContinue reading “Port of Call New Orleans”

Port Of Call Buenos Aries

Cruise Port Buenos Aries Argentina Gateway To Cape Horn And Antarctica One of South America’s busiest cruise ports, Buenos Aries is one of the largest cities in South America with a lot to see and do. Famous for the Tango and great steaks it is also a treasure trove of history and packed full ofContinue reading “Port Of Call Buenos Aries”

Port of Call Juneau Alaska

A Day in the Port of Juneau Probably the most isolated state capital in the United States and one of two that you cannot drive to (Hawaii). It is also one of the most frequented cities on Alaska cruise itineraries. Besides being isolated and the states capital it also has a lot to offer. WhereContinue reading “Port of Call Juneau Alaska”

Port of Auckland New Zealand

Auckland New Zealand and The Bay of Islands Auckland is a popular port for cruises around Australia and New Zealand as well as southbound Pacific repositioning cruises. Most itineraries also include a stop at The Bay of Islands due north from Auckland.   Where You Dock The Port of Auckland has a number of piersContinue reading “Port of Auckland New Zealand”

Key West Port of Call

Many western Caribbean cruises include Key West, Florida as one of their port visits. This city has much to offer a one-day visitor from history to shopping to just soaking up the atmosphere of Americas most southern place. Where You Dock – Cruise ships dock along the waterfront right at Mallory Square in the heartContinue reading “Key West Port of Call”