Ports of Departure
Q:  Do all cruises depart from and arrive at the same port?
A:  While most cruises are round trips, some begin the cruise at one port and complete it in a different one (sometimes called 'open-jaw' or 'one-way' itineraries). Many cruisers enjoy this type of itinerary because it offers an extra port to explore before or after the cruise.

Our Repositioning and Transatlantic itineraries are just two examples of these 'one-way' cruises. Make sure you check the cruise itinerary when reserving your holiday or airline tickets to see if your cruise is a round trip or one-way.
You may also want to know:
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Learn more:
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