Winter came early to many parts of the United States this year. The early snow and extremely low temperatures, have people thinking of warmer places and tropical destinations. Just in time to help facilitate the search for an ideal cruise vacation is NYCruiseInfo.com. NYCruiseInfo.com has just released the 2014 Cruise Schedule from Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York as well as Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey.
These great cruises, allow vacationers from the Northeast the ability to depart locally and not have expensive airfare or added hotel stays. Although the first and last day of the cruise may be colder (for off season cruises), those thoughts will quickly pass as the ships approach the warmer temperatures.
During the winter, there are cruises from New York to Florida and the Bahamas; the Caribbean and even a World Cruise as long as 110 days, reaching 6 continents.
In the Spring, in addition to the Florida/Bahamas Cruises and Caribbean cruises mentioned above, cruises to Bermuda and Transatlantic sailings resume. These sailings are follow by Fall, New England. Canada Cruises and repositioning cruises.
N.J. Massa, Chief Editor of NYCruiseInfo.com, is looking for another successful year ahead. N.J. said, "Many new ships are sailing from New York in 2014, supplying cruise passengers with many options for cruise vacations. By far, embarking on cruises sailing from local ports help to keep your cruise vacation price in check, since expensive airfare is not required."
Now is a great opportunity to explore the 2014 cruise schedule at http://www.NYCruiseInfo.com.