Cruises from Baltimore are mostly scheduled to take the passengers to the Bahamas, Bermuda, and eastern Caribbean. Most of them start from the harbor of which the cheap ones offer 5- to 9-day tours including the round trip. There is no special time of departure; so expect cruises from Baltimore throughout the year with the ports of call such as Port Canaveral and Key West in Florida, Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas, and Puerto Rico as well as Haiti in the Caribbean. So, if you are looking for something easy on pocket tours, choose these cruises that feature cultural tours, outdoor activities, and sunshine relaxation. Listed below are some of the cheapest cruises from Baltimore.
Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas offers the most inexpensive tour from Baltimore. The best offer from it is to book a five-day cruise itinerary including the round trip during the months of June to November, which takes one to the King’s Wharf, Bermuda. There are also 8- to 9- day cruises including the round trip from Baltimore, which take one to the eastern Caribbean as well as to Bahamas. For the former, the best time is from June to October, while for the latter; it is from November to April.
Since 1997 the Enchantment of the Seas with 11 sundecks has already grabbed its most wanted five-star rating by Cruise Reviews Online that considered its consumer quality. On the ship, you can expect some of the most indulging amenities like the rock climbing wall, jogging track on the below deck, trampoline area, and panoramic Viking Crown Lounge flanked by glass on the uppermost deck. Address: Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, 1050 Caribbean Way, Miami, FL 33132, 866-562-7625; Web: royalcaribbean.com
Celebrity Cruise Line
The most preferred ship from this cruise line is the Celebrity Mercury that is the cheapest one. Departing from Baltimore, it offers a round-trip tour to the Bahamas for 7 days. Most of the cruises sail to this delightful place between November and February. Some of the ports that you can explore in the Bahamas are Half Moon Cay, Freeport, and Grand Turk.
Mercury is proud to hold its 4-star honor out of five stars by the Cruise Reviews Online – all thanks to its overall consumer quality. Since 1997, this 10-deck-high ship features Broadway-style amusement, jogging track, four hot tubs, the full-service Aqua Spa, three pools, and two tennis courts. Address: Celebrity Cruise Lines, 1080 Caribbean Way, Miami, FL 33132, 800-647-2251; Web: celebritycruises.com
Carnival Cruise Line
From this inexpensive cruise line, folks prefer the Carnival Pride that schedules for two round-trip from Baltimore for 7 days. Although both the itineraries include the sail to the Bahamian ports of Freeport and Grand Turk; the first one offers an extra port of call in Florida, at Port Canaveral, Florida, while the second one takes one to the Half Moon Cay. In addition, the former one is available throughout the year, while the latter one is available from June to September.
This 9-year old, 12-deck Pride offers quite an extravagant experience as compared to the other ships of the Carnival Cruise Line. It grabs four stars out of the total of five by Cruise Reviews Online for its consumer quality service. Onboard, 80% guest rooms feature ocean vistas of which many are adorned with the private balconies. Among the amenities, you can expect a Renaissance-style lobby, a water slide starting on the Sun Deck, and a jogging track on the challenging Sports Deck. Address: Carnival Cruise Lines, 3655 NW 87th Avenue, Miami, FL 33178, 888-227-6482; Web: carnival.com
All the three cruises schedule long trips in April.