Carnival Cruises, Royal Caribbean and American Cruise are three cruise lines that sail out of the Baltimore Cruise Terminal. Carnival Cruises and Royal Caribbean sail large cruise ships to Bermuda, the East and West Caribbean, New England and Canada. American Cruise sails small ships in Chesapeake Bay and inland passages.
The Baltimore Cruise Guide provides a list of all cruises sailing out of Baltimore and links to each cruise line's website.
Carnival Cruises cruise ship the Carnival Pride sails round trips out of Baltimore to Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Eastern and Southern Caribbean, and Florida. Cruises range in length from a five-day cruise to Bermuda to a 14-day cruise visiting Puerto Rico and Eastern Caribbean islands, including St. Lucia, Martinique and Antigua.
The Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas sails round trips from Baltimore to the same areas as the Carnival Pride and also sails to Canada and New England. Cruises range from five-day round trips to Bermuda up to 12-day cruises of the Southern Caribbean islands, including Barbados, St. Thomas and St. Martaan.
American Cruise ships visiting Chesapeake Bay and the inland passages include the American Glory, the American Star and the Independence. The six- and seven-night cruises in Chesapeake Bay visit towns and cities in Virginia and Maryland. The seven-night Mid Atlantic Passage cruise visits towns and cities in North and South Carolina and Virginia.