Cruise Guide Network Launches Guides to Port Everglades, Jacksonville and Tampa

The Cruise Guide Network has launched new guides to cruises from Port Everglades, Jacksonville and Tampa on November 25. The Jacksonville and Tampa Cruise Guides are the first private websites to focus exclusively on those ports.

(PRWEB) November 30, 2005 — The Cruise Guide Network launched three new Florida cruise port guides on November 25, 2005. Tampa Cruise Guide and Jacksonville Cruise Guide are the first private websites to focus exclusively on those cruise ports. Cruises from Port Everglades, Jacksonville and Tampa are presented in the easy-to-use format that is the trademark of all the popular Cruise Guide Network’s websites. The three new sites include calendars of all cruises departing in 2006, cruise terminal directions, and directories of hotels near the ports.

Port Everglades is the huge cruise port at Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The popular departure port serves millions of cruise passengers annually. 23 miles of palm-shaded beaches in the area are an attractive playground for a pre- or post-cruise stay. Crisscrossed by 300 miles of navigable waterways, Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America”.

Twelve cruise lines serve Port Everglades and offer hundreds of cruises to the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, the Bahamas and even Bermuda. Repositioning cruises sail to the west coast and to Europe. Dozens of cruise ships departing from Fort Lauderdale cover the entire range of cruise prices and styles; from Carnival’s fun value ships to the ultra-luxury of the Yachts of Seabourn.

See the Port Everglades Cruise Guide at: http://www.portevergladescruiseguide.com

Jacksonville is the northernmost cruise port in Florida, making it easier to reach by auto than Miami or Fort Lauderdale. Cruises depart to the Bahamas throughout the year. These 4- and 5-day cruises on the Carnival Celebration take passengers to the beautiful islands for sun and fun. 5-day cruises include a visit to Key West, Florida.

Like Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville entices cruise passengers to stay a few extra days in the area. Downtown has picturesque riverwalks on the St Johns River and Jacksonville Landing’s shops. Just over the Intracoastal Waterway are the Jacksonville beaches with some of the whitest and widest beaches anywhere.

The Jacksonville Cruise Guide address is: http://www.jacksonvillecruiseguide.com

One of America’s most popular departure ports for western Caribbean cruises is Tampa, Florida. This warm Gulf Coast port offers year round cruises with enough variety that there’s something to fit anyone’s budget.

The four cruise lines operating from Tampa are Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Holland America, and Celebrity. In addition to the western Caribbean, cruise destinations include the Panama Canal and a Transatlantic cruise.

The Tampa Cruise Guide is at: http://www.tampacruiseguide.com

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Greg Manter or visit the new websites. The new Cruise Guides to Port Everglades, Jacksonville and Tampa provide simple and objective information about three of America’s most popular cruise departure ports.

About the Cruise Guide Network:

The Florida Cruise Guides join six other Cruise Guides in Greg Manter’s quickly growing Cruise Guide Network. A minimum of a half-million visitors are expected to go to each of the Network’s websites over the next year, making it one of the leading sources of information about America’s cruise ports.

Mr. Manter is a cruise expert who has brought together a team of writers to profile all 25 American cruise ports. The Cruise Guide Network is known for ease-of-use and objective information. The Brooklyn and New York Cruise Guides launched in the last 30 days to considerable fanfare from cruise passengers and the press.

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