Information on where your ship docks, getting around, attractions and money to make the most of your port visit.
Nha Trang, Vietnams Resort City Nha Trang is a major Vietnamese resort area famous for beautiful beaches and a growing entertainment venue. It is Vietnam’s most popular coastal town that has benefitted from its proximity to a number of beautiful beaches. Directly across the water from downtown is Tre Island that boasts an amusement parkContinue reading “Port of Call Nha Trang, Vietnam”
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”
Above: The City of Cobh, Ireland viewed from the pier. Visitors Center and train station in foreground. Central Cohb and the dock areaPort Location & Facilities – Cruise ships will normally dock right in town only steps from shops and restaurants and immediately next to the rail station. There is no cruise ship terminal forContinue reading “The Port of Cobh, Ireland”
Port Location & Facilities – Large cruise ships currently are docking in an industrial port. It is about a mile and a half walk to get out of the port and to the edge of the city proper (3Arena). There is currently no cruise ship terminal, so ships will have to use boarding ramps. ForContinue reading “The Port of Dublin, Ireland”