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Fort Lauderdale Cruise Lines

Numerous cruise lines sail out of Fort Lauderdale. From the ultra-luxury Seabourn to the casual fun of Carnival, there are many styles of ships available. Large or small, affordable or deluxe, there is a cruise ship for you.

Carnival Cruise Line: offers year-round cruises from Fort Lauderdale. The huge, affordable, casual "fun ships" sail from Fort Lauderdale on 5- to 8-day Caribbean cruises.

Celebrity Cruises: modern, stylish, premium cruises from Fort Lauderdale. Trendsetting ships provide cruises to the Caribbean, Panama Canal and Europe.

Costa Cruises: the affordable Italian cruise line comes to America for a few Caribbean cruises in the winter.

Cunard Line: traditional British luxury oceanliners. Indulge in a world cruise or a voyage to Australia.

Holland America Line: premium mid-size ships with traditional style. Offers many options for Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises, but their specialty is unique epic round-trip voyages to destinations like the Mediterranean, the Amazon, and Antarctica.

Princess Cruises: a middle-of-the-road cruise line with a particular focus on Panama Canal cruises. They also offer a world cruise, several Transatlanitc cruises, and Caribbean cruises out of Ft Lauderdale.

Royal Caribbean: huge, innovative, casual ships that are fun for the whole family. Makes more short 4-night and 5-night cruises from this port than any other line.

Seabourn: intimate ultra-luxury ships. Their departures from Port Everglades include journeys to South America.

Silversea: small, all-suite ultra-luxury cruise ships. Caribbean and Transatlantic cruises.

MSC Cruises and Regent Seven Seas used to offer cruises from Fort Lauderdale, but don't at this time.

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