USA & Pacific Coast

Cruises on North America’s West Coast allow you to explore vineyards and areas known for redwood forests and diverse wildlife. Also home to urban attractions, the Pacific Northwest boasts museums, quaint boutiques and thriving arts and music scenes and great restaurants, with seafood a speciality.

Pacific Coastal Cruises are seasonal cruise itineraries that focus on the area between San Francisco, California and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Most Coastal cruises are 7 days long and are most popular in spring (April and May), when the cruise ships begin repositioning to Alaska and again in the fall (September and October) at the end of the Alaska season. There are also a few cruises in this period that do short 3, 4 and 7 night cruises in the region.

Alaska and Hawaii are generally considered their own cruise destinations.

Cruises that stop along the East Coast of USA mainly do so as part of inineraries of other regions, although there are a few "cruises to nowhere" operating out of New York.

The following cruise regions may depart from USA or include USA as a port-of-call:

Cruise seasons
North-bound cruises operate in April and May. Southbound cruises operate in September.

Cruise Lines