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New York (Manhattan), NY

Sailing in or out of New York Harbor is an unforgettable experience -- your ship glides past the familiar skyline and, of course, the Statue of Liberty. New York offers an endless array of things to do: Visit fabulous museums, window-shop along Fifth Avenue, stroll Central Park, ride to the 86th-floor observatory of the Empire State Building or catch a Broadway show. Or soak up the sights and sounds of one of its neighborhoods, whether it's avant-garde Greenwich Village, stylish SoHo, bustling Chinatown or the fashionable Upper West Side.

Language: English

Currency: US Dollar (US$)


Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda

This port at the western tip of Bermuda was once a working fort, built by Britain's Royal Navy in the 1830s. Now this historic complex houses a maritime museum, crafts market, theater, arts center, shops, restaurants and more. Explore the underground tunnels and 30-foot-high ramparts, and view displays of treasure recovered from the 17th century shipwreck of a Spanish galleon. Shore excursions include kayaking, catamaran sailing, snorkeling and biking the Bermuda Railway Trail. Photo buffs will want to snap a picture of Gibb's Lighthouse. Most cruise ships dock at the King's Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal here.

Language: English

Currency: Bermudian Dollar (BMD), US Dollar (US$)

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