New England represents the ports first sailed to in the USA, so they fall all down the coast from Canada and down the east coast of America. Ports like Halifax, import for communications and the port used to send ships to where the Titanic had sunk, down to New York and beyond, great cities like Baltimore and Charleston.

This menu is in progress and growing, the major ports have guides in, with many in New York.

NEW ENGLAND, Canada down east coast USA

New York has three cruise terminals, Manhattan Cruise Terminal    Brooklyn Cruise Terminal   Cape Liberty Cruise Port  To check which terminal your ship is going to dock in, look here for the latest information. New York Cruise. Given the city is huge, the ability to dock cruise ships is limited. If there is a storm and ships take safe harbour there, things can change. The only one that needs a little homework, because not even locals or some taxi drivers can find it, is the Brooklyn Cruise terminal.

New York Midtown Bus Tour. Purple Route.

Midtown does not have the same ring to it as Downtown or Uptown

New York, Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island tour – Jean is there

Between 1855 and 1890 Castle Clinton was the immigration station of the state of New York

What not to miss in New York – New York top 5 attractions!

New York New York, there is so much to do, and we have so many films, this is just our top tips of what not to miss.

The Ghostbusters New York Library

If you are looking for a book – who you gonna call?

New York, Ellis Island explained – Jean is there for Doris Visits.

Between 1855 and 1890 Castle Clinton was the immigration station of the state of New York

New York, Empire State Building by Night

The Empire State Building was built to land air ships on the roof.

New York. Rockefeller Centre – video guide

This ambitious build in Midtown Manhattan between 48th and 55th streets is historic as it was taken on by one man.

New York, Grand Central Station – on the Big Bus Purple route

In Midtown Manhattan just down from the junction of Maddison Avenue

Jumping off the Statue of Liberty – Stuart St Paul on how and why

This is the big ending for the movie American Werewolf in Paris, which started with a leap from the Eiffel Tower

New York Uptown Bus Tour, the Big Bus Blue Route, Park and where John Lennon was tragically shot

These tours do make New York so much clearer.

New York. Brooklyn Cruise Terminal to South Street Seaport

New York only has three cruise ship terminals,

New York. Big Bus Red Route, the easy way to see Downtown New York

The first time we went to New York

New England Cruise Route. Typical New England Cruise.

Little is as impressive as autumn on the east coast of North America

Baltimore Port Guide, Jean there for Doris Visits

Baltimore is a major city built around a harbour,

New England Cruise Route. Typical New England Cruise.

Little is as impressive as autumn on the east coast of North America

Charleston USA Jean’s guide for Doris Visits

Bottom of a New England Cruise, top of a Caribbean Cruise Some port stops are hard for cruisers because there is so much to see or because it demands much walking, but not Charleston in South Carolina. Charleston is easy. It is unlikely that you are going to travel much further than you can see […]

Boston City, Massachusetts, the Cruiser’s Guide

Boston harbour was a mess a generation ago, and the docks like all docks have changed from the warehouses to containers. That means the old warehouses are now offices and apartments and the seafront is totally different, the water cleaned up. In order to save public access, the Boston Harbour Walk was developed and is 43 […]

Boston Clough House, a real special gem few people find

There is a house tucked away by the old church that is on the Heritage trail, it is called Clough House and is a gem that deserves a special mention. It is an old house, built in 1712 by master bricklayer Ebenezer Clough as a home for himself and his wife. Now, inside there are two actors […]

Cheers in Boston and a hurricane on route

Just arrived in Boston and been out testing the new camera, the Canon XC15. OK, so it is first run and we have not got the hang of it yet, and we had to stop for a few beers at CHEERS bar. Cheers, the new bar is a rebuild of the original bar, The Bull […]

Boston Harbour Walk, Massachusetts Bay

The Harborwalk connects over forty parks, a dozen museums, seven beaches and hundreds of restaurants and stores and stretches 43 miles along the Bay of what is officially the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is the most populated state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. The variety the walk offers ranges from maritime industrial […]

Boston. Quincy Market to Freedom Trail. Jean’s video report of this vibrant city.

Boston has a lot to offer, but if you are on a cruise this could be your day. Dropped off at Quincy Market by the shuttle bus, then catching the Freedom Trail. We start by taking you to the visitor’s centre in Faneuil Hall run by The National Park Service. Behind that building is the trail in […]

BOSTON – Old Town Trolley – hop on hop off buses

Cheers! Freedom Trail & Old Town hop-on hop-off bus We might be able to save you a quarter of the ticket price ! We are about to fly west and join the Aurora (R715) in Boston. Transfer to ship days can mean we don’t see much, but if you have a whole day or even better […]

VIKING SEA – exterior shots of the ship

Leaving Halifax Nova Scotia 2018.

New England Cruise Route. Typical New England Cruise.

Little is as impressive as autumn on the east coast of North America

New England Cruise Route. Typical New England Cruise.

Little is as impressive as autumn on the east coast of North America

Halloween

Just wanted to say Happy Halloween.

New England Cruise Route. Typical New England Cruise.

Little is as impressive as autumn on the east coast of North America

Tours available in Bermuda

As always tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show.

Bermuda Guide. Hamilton and the Dockyard and a trip out of town

Just 600 miles from North Carolina, this cruise stop is often added on the way home from Charleston or Baltimore or on the way to Charleston and down to Canaveral or another Florida destination. It has an all year round climate so is used before and after as well as during the Caribbean season. Many ships […]

Bermuda – all year round climate – drone film

Hamilton has been the capital since 1815. It is an easy place to walk round with beautiful parks, walkways, markets, historic monuments and buildings, cathedrals, arts centres, museums and parliament buildings. Bermuda is also visited out of the main season, as it claims to have a good climate all year round. It is a British Overseas […]

Caribbean Cruise YouTube Channel

Caribbean YouTube Playlist of Guides. Leave it running and see the winter sun island Adventure.

Tours available in Canaveral

As always tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show.

New England Cruise Route. Typical New England Cruise.

Little is as impressive as autumn on the east coast of North America

Halloween

Just wanted to say Happy Halloween.

Canaveral Guide, Jetty Park & Cocoa Beach

In this cruise stop at Cape Canaveral, Jean avoids the theme parks and heads for Jetty Beach and Cocoa Beach in search of the classic old wooden pier. But what she is really after is a taste of one of the best coconut shrimp dishes at any bar. Follow her….. you can chat and share later. […]

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