OverviewAs of today - December 6, 2019 - there are 240 available cruise sailings out of New York, NY (from which 8 are in 2019, 162 are in 2020 and the rest are in 2021 - 2022). In the following paragraphs you'll find a detailed overview of all those cruise options. If you're just looking to see the listing of the 240 sailings, please click on one of the 3 buttons on the right side - either on "View Sailings Sorted By Departure Date" (good for viewing last minute New York cruise deals), "View Sailings Sorted By Price Per Day" or "View Sailings Grouped By Itineraries".
Regions and Prices
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In the upcoming year, the most affordable month for booking a cruise vacation that leaves from New York and visits Bahamas is March of 2020, with prices starting from $405. For Bermuda you can book cruises in September of 2020 starting from $449. For Canada & NE you can book cruises in October of 2020 starting from $499. As for Caribbean, the lowest priced cruises are in March of 2020, with prices starting from $629.
You can view the prices of all other regions in the table above. You can click on the links in that table to view the cruise options for the given region in a given month. You can also click on the "Next Month" and "Previous Month" links at the top of the table to shift the window of months that are displayed.
Cheap Cruises From New YorkSince New York cruises have various durations (7 days, 4 days and other durations - see below), the best way to compare cruise prices is to do that on price-per-day bases. The following table shows New York cruises in the upcoming 12 months sorted by price per day. You can use this table to find the best cruise deals from New York.
The most discounted New York cruise starts at $40 per day. There is one such sailing at that price point, the one on January 4, 2020 (20 nights New York to San Francisco, CA itinerary on Norwegian Gem).
If you want to see the listing of all 240 New York sailings sorted by price per day, you can click on 'View All Cruises Sorted By Price Per Day' link at the bottom of the table above.
Cruise Lines out of New YorkThere are 4 cruise lines - Norwegian (NCL), Cunard, Carnival and Princess - that offer cruises that depart from New York City (which, by the way, has 2 terminals - the Manhattan cruise terminal and the Brooklyn cruise terminal).
Norwegian (NCL) Cruises Out Of New YorkNorwegian (NCL) offers the most sailings out of New York - 116 cruise options. It offers 70 distinct itineraries out of New York, serviced on 7 cruise ships. The average price per person per day for Norwegian (NCL) cruises is $113.
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Cunard Cruises Out Of New YorkCunard offers 56 cruise options out of New York. It offers 19 distinct itineraries and has 1 cruise ship (Queen Mary 2) sailing out of New York. The average price per person per day for Cunard cruises is $168.
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Carnival Cruises Out Of New YorkCarnival offers 43 cruise options out of New York. It offers 18 distinct itineraries out of New York, serviced on 4 cruise ships. The average price per person per day for Carnival cruises is $121.
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Princess Cruises Out Of New YorkPrincess offers 25 cruise options out of New York. It offers 15 distinct itineraries and has 4 cruise ships sailing out of New York. The average price per person per day for Princess cruises is $147.
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Cruise Ships out of New YorkThere are 16 cruise ships that offer sailings that depart from the New York cruise terminal.
Queen Mary 2, which was built in 2004 and accommodates approximately 2600 passengers, offers the most sailings out of New York - 56 of them. It features 19 distinct itineraries and the average price (per person per day) of its sailings is $168.
Norwegian Encore, built in 2019 with capacity of approximately 4000 passengers, offers 37 sailings out of New York. It features 15 distinct itineraries and the average price (per person per day) of its sailings is $148.
Norwegian Gem, which started sailing in 2007 and accommodates approximately 2400 passengers, offers 24 sailings. It features 18 distinct itineraries and the average price (per person per day) of its sailings is $104.
Carnival Sunrise offers 23 cruises using 6 distinct itineraries, Norwegian Breakaway offers 21 cruises using 20 distinct itineraries, Carnival Radiance offers 16 cruises using 9 distinct itineraries and Norwegian Bliss offers 16 cruises using 6 distinct itineraries.
For all other cruise ships please see the table above to learn when they were built and how many sailings and itineraries they offer.
Duration of CruisesAlmost all cruise sailings scheduled out of New York are 4 days, 5 days, 7 days, 8 days, 9 days, 10 days or 14 days long. The following table summarizes those options:
The most popular duration of cruises traveling out of New York is 7 days (7 nights) long. There are 106 such cruises featuring 38 distinct itineraries. The average per-person-per-day price of those sailings is $147.
There are 21 cruise sailings that are 4 days (4 nights) long. They feature 8 distinct itineraries and the average price of those sailings is $151.
Among cruises that sail out of New York you can also find 9 day cruises (19 sailings), 10 day cruises (15 sailings), 8 day cruises (14 sailings), 14 day cruises (13 sailings) and 5 day cruises (12 sailings).
Even though many people ask about them, cruise lines do not offer any 2 day or 3 day cruises out of New York.
Ports of CallThere are 99 distinct ports that are visited by cruises that leave from New York. The following table shows these ports:
Among cruises that leave from New York there are 63 cruises (27 distinct itineraries) that visit King's Wharf, Bermuda. Halifax, NS, Canada, on the other hand, is visited by 45 cruises on 33 distinct itineraries. There are 42 cruises that visit Saint John, NB, Canada on 31 itineraries.
Some of the other more popular ports of call for New York cruises are Bar Harbor, Maine (33 sailings), Nassau, Bahamas (32 sailings), Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas (30 sailings) and Port Canaveral (Orlando), Florida (30 sailings).