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Looking for a Weekend Getaway?A cruise to nowhere is a great way to take a mini-vacation at a fraction of the cost of a regular cruise. Typically, these types of cruises last anywhere from overnight to a few days, and do not call on any ports. Cruise lines will often schedule a cruise to nowhere when there is a break between two major itinerary segments. Without the time necessary to sail to a port, the ship will instead idle or anchor close to the shoreline (but far out enough to open the casino and shops!). For those that are new to cruising, a cruise to nowhere is a great way to sample life at sea before committing to a full length sailing. Plus, they are usually very affordable; a big plus for those who already live near a port city. Experienced cruisers can also reap the monetary benefits of a cruise to nowhere, while experiencing all the onboard amenities that they usually enjoy.




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Designed as a replica of a Victorian steamboat, the Riverboat Twilight has three decks, dining areas and sundecks. Take a short 1.5 hour sightseeing cruise on select dates, with Le Claire as your port of call. Want a true getaway? Two-day cruises depart from Le Claire to Dubuque and include all meals, lodging, on-board entertainment and admission to the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium. One-day cruises run from Dubuque to Guttenberg. Operates Memorial Day weekend through October. Admission fee applies. Reservations strongly encouraged.


For more than 30 years, the Celebration Belle has sailed the mighty Mississippi River with ports in Le Claire, Dubuque and the Quad Cities. The 770-passenger paddlewheel boat, the largest non-gaming riverboat on the Upper Mississippi, offers casual sightseeing, lunch, dinner and day-long cruises. Operates April through October. Admission fee applies.


Departing from Camanche, the 26-passenger Blue Heron pontoon boat provides an up close and personal look at the backwaters, sloughs and main channel of the Mississippi River. Public sunset cruises are offered Thursday evenings and some Saturday mornings out of Rock Creek Marina and Campground, May to October. Saturday morning cruises operate from May to Labor Day. Public cruises are free of charge and reservations are recommended.


Known for its sandy beaches and endless sun, the Bahamas is a dream for outdoor lovers - you can snorkel, scuba dive, and go deep sea fishing while in port, then get back on board and relax in your new home away from home. Grand Bahama Island is home to Lucayan National Park and the Garden of the Groves, while Nassau and Paradise Island are filled with festivals and nightlife. Many cruise lines have their own private islands for cruisers to enjoy too. Sail on a short weekend getaway or a longer Caribbean cruise; the possibilities are endless when it comes to cheap cruise vacations to the Bahamas.


CruiseCheap.com is a high-volume, cruise-only travel agency that specializes in cheap cruise vacations. The secret to our cheap cruise deals is our buying power. We have cheap cruise rates because we buy discount cruise cabins in bulk from almost all major cruise lines. This means we have the best rates and cheap last minute cruise deals on cheap Carnival cruises, cheap Royal Caribbean Cruises, and cheap Disney Cruises.


Our cruise experts are among the most highly-trained, friendly, enthusiastic and knowledgeable travel agents in the cruise industry. We are happy to help you with discount cruises to destinations all over the world including cheap cruises to the Bahamas, cheap Caribbean cruises, and cheap Europe cruises. Be sure to ask about Military Cruise discounts and discount cruises for seniors. Book your cruise online or call. We are happy to serve you. Remember, Cruise Smart! Cruise Cheap!


The days of the two-night cruise to nowhere are gone, but two- and three-night weekend cruises still exist from ports ranging from Miami to Los Angeles. Read on to learn who sails these short getaways, where you can go and how much that weekend jaunt to the Bahamas is going to cost you.


On the Pacific Coast, weekend cruises from Los Angeles, San Diego or Long Beach in California (near Los Angeles) head to Ensenada, Mexico for a quick getaway. Farther north, you might find a short repositioning sailing between Seattle or San Francisco and Vancouver, British Columbia at the beginning or end of the Alaska cruise season.


Two-nighters are rare in the weekend cruise world but do exist. The key line for cruisers short on time is Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line (come late April, it will transition into Margaritaville at Sea).


This line sails exclusively two-night cruises back and forth between West Palm Beach, Florida, and Freeport, Bahamas. Depending on the week, you could depart on a Friday, spend Saturday on Grand Bahama Island and come home Sunday. Or, leave Saturday, beach it up Sunday and return Monday morning.


You can count on those lines to offer entire seasons of short sailings. A few other lines, such as Holland America or Princess Cruises, will offer the occasional repositioning sailing along the Pacific Coast between San Francisco or Seattle and Vancouver. Sometimes those short cruises will fall over a weekend, allowing you that quick getaway without missing work.


The Riverboat Twilight is family-owned and operated business, with a focus providing entertaining and quality cruises. The 140-passenger vessel has ample indoor, and outdoor seating on all three decks, and wrap-around windows give way to amazing views.


Your 1 day cruise can also be a 2 or more night cruise to Bimini, Bahamas starts in Miami by boarding the Bimini cruise ship. With top speeds of about 35 miles per hour, It's the fastest cruise ship in the USA. Weighing 32,000 gross tons, it make crossing the strong Gulf Stream a comfortable journey from Miami Florida to Bimini, Bahamas, twice a day.The service staff makes you feel like a VIP.Remember, you can Cruise to Stay on the tropical Island of Bimini, Bahamas at the Resorts World Bimini Click for discount prices


The Disney Wonder will be setting sail on two-night sailing starting July 5, 2021. This sailing is now available to book. The itinerary for this cruise is set as leaving from Vancouver, BC on a Tuesday and arriving in Seattle, WA on Wednesday.


While this is a very exciting development, as the two-night sailing from Canada to Seattle seems like it could be testing to see how Disney might be able to control Guest flow without worrying about port excursions and other disembarkations, Disney Cruise Line has not confirmed details about why this new type of cruise was added.


For Americans and Canadians wishing to go on this cruise, they should find it a relatively easy trip as it is not long at sea and, undoubtedly, Disney Cruise Line will keep health and safety at the forefront of the Guest experience. No word yet on how onboard activities or excursions will be offered. We will have to wait for more details from Disney Cruise Line.


Adventure of the SeasRoyal Caribbean International's Adventure of the Seas offers four and five-night Western Caribbean cruises seasonally including Cozumel, Puerto Costa Maya, and the Yucatan as ports of call.


Liberty of the SeasRoyal Caribbean International's Liberty of the Seas offers seven-night Western Caribbean cruises year round including Isla Roatan, Honduras; Belize City Belize; Cozumel, Mexico; Falmouth, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Montego Bay, Jamaica; and Costa Maya, Mexico as ports of call.


Come on and enjoy a 2 night cruise to the tropical Island of Freeport Bahamas for as low as $129. Call an angent today, 954-969-0069. Royal treatment awaits you aboard Regal Bahama Cruises. All aboard! Regal Bahama Cruises sets sail for Freeport Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas from Port of Palm Beach Florida. Bahamas Cruise is an affordable cruise for the entire family. You and your family will enjoying fine dining, entertainment, Las Vegas style casino, pool, staterooms, children's programs, Captains reception and a full service Spa! Don't forget about our longer 3, 4 and 7 day cruise to the Bahamas. Including Disney Cruise Line, now sailing from Miami offering 3 and 4 night cruises. We also book Hotel stays, of any length, anywhere in the World


Regal Bahama Cruise, 2 night Caribbean cruises, are a great mini getaway. It is all of the fun of a longer cruise and island visit without a big expense or time commitment. We have several levels of cabins that are easy for you to choose from. Tight budget, no worries mate we have prices to match that budget


The four delicious dining options include a classic American restaurant, serving five-course meals from a broad menu, an all-you-can-eat Brazilian-style steakhouse and buffet and a casual Italian restaurant, all as part of the cruise price. For individuals looking for more upscale dining, the elegant and romantic Cove Restaurant is available at an additional cost.


We have 2 ways to see 2 different Bahama islands and it only takes 1 day. Try the 1 day cruise to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island from the Fort Lauderdale cruise port. The new 2 night Cruise to Stay in Bimini, Bahamas from Cruise Port of Miami has been available since August of 2013.


No one knows Caribbean cruises better than Royal Caribbean. After all, it is the middle name. And when it comes to beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters, the Caribbean Islands are really in a league of thier own. There are countless adventures within reach on your Caribbean cruise vacation.


From the white-sand beaches of the Caribbean including, Nassau, Paradise Island and Freeport Grand Bahama Island, to the pristine landscape of Alaska, our fleet of "Fun Ships" cruises to well over 60 of the world's most beautiful destinations. Our ships sail to the premier ports in Mexico, the historic cities of Europe and virtually everywhere in between. Choose your itinerary and we'll show you these amazing destinations the way only a Carnival cruise can. Fort Lauderdale Port Everglades Shuttle Port of Miami Port Everglades 041b061a72


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