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Leave the urban cityscape behind and sail off to pink sandy beaches and oceans full of diverse coral reefs and legendary shipwrecks. On cruises from the New York area to Bermuda, you’ll spend relaxing days at sea, enjoying world-class dining, an indulgent spa, and riveting entertainment.
Aside from experiencing laid-back island life, an NYC to Bermuda cruise, which departs from Cape Liberty, also includes stops in the charming city of Charleston, South Carolina and the coastal town of Newport, Rhode Island. Cruises combine the best of both worlds, allowing you to escape to a tropical destination while discovering historic American cities along the way.
On a cruise to Bermuda from the NYC area, you’ll depart from the Cape Liberty cruise port in New Jersey, which is less than an hour’s drive away from New York City. Stroll through Manhattan’s busy streets, which are full of luxury stores, boutique shops, and fantastic restaurants. Have a drink in trendy SoHo or head to Times Square and catch a play on Broadway. You can also visit iconic NYC landmarks including the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center.
Lounge under the sun on one of Bermuda’s iconic pink sand beaches, including Warwick Long Bay Beach and Horseshoe Bay Beach, where the crystal-clear ocean beckons a day of swimming and snorkeling. Dive into the water to explore one of the over 300 shipwrecks that are found in Bermuda. Go shopping in Hamilton, or descend into the mystical Crystal Caves, where you’ll find pristine pools of water and thousands of stalagmite and stalactite formations.
Embrace the old world charm of Charleston, a romantic coastal city with magnolia trees, cobblestone streets, and historic mansions. Aside from consistently being ranked as one of the most beautiful cities in the U.S., Charleston is also known as a foodie hot spot, where restaurants combine the best of Southern comfort food and global cuisine. Immerse yourself in American history with a visit to Fort Sumter, or walk along the picturesque streets of the French Quarter, which are surrounded by pastel Victorian buildings and local art galleries.
Step back in time to the Gilded Age in Newport, Rhode Island, a seaside town that once was the summer hangout for America’s dynastic families. Visit The Breakers, a stunning 70-room mansion built by Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1895 modeled after an Italian palazzo. Or head to Rough Point Mansion, the opulent 49-room home of the late billionaire tobacco heiress, Doris Duke. Aside from touring these spectacular houses, you can also stop by Cliff Walk, a nature trail full of wildflowers, birds, and scenic coastal views.