Cruisers’ Guide to US Ports – FREE eBook
Even if you have to fly to a cruise, land-based resort vacations have a tough time matching the value of cruise vacation.
If you are able to drive to a port, it’s IMPOSSIBLE for a Caribbean, Bahamas, Mexico, or Bermuda land-based vacation to compete with the value of a cruise.
One of my favorite parts of cruising is arriving to the home port city a day or two in advance to explore. The port cities along the US coast offer incredible dining, attractions, and yearly festivals.Download Free eBook
Another great thing about arriving a day or two early is the reduction/prevention of stress. The stress about car trouble or missing connecting flights is lower because you have a time cushion. The day of embarkation [boarding the ship] can be much more relaxing when not rushing to make it to the cruise ship. Many hotels offer Free or discounted parking while you are on your cruise which will help offset the expense of getting a hotel room.
To help you make the most out of your home port cruise experience, we’ve written a Cruisers’ Guide to US Port Cities. It is loaded with the best restaurants, hotels, and attractions – many of which keep you close to the cruise terminal.
We are currently offering this 43 page guide for FREE!! It is filled with recommendations and tips.
With the help of our eBook, you’ll find that the cruise is only part of what makes home port cruising so awesome!
Special Thanks to Sara Beth Jones — Writing a 43 page travel guide was not a small undertaking, and could not have been done without her leading the project. Sara & I are excited to be offering our cruising eBook to you for FREE!!
Currently, our FREE eBook is only available via the CruiseDeals.com Facebook page: Download your Free Copy now!
Author Note: Rich Tucker, founder of CruiseSource, has written 460+ cruise-related articles and manages the social media efforts of some of the most recognized cruise agencies in the US. He hopes that this US home port travel guide motivates more cruisers to take a day or two to explore our home ports.