Cruises From Bayonne NJ – Preview All Bayonne Cruises

Cruises From Bayonne NJ – Preview All Bayonne Cruises

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Cruises From Bayonne

Choose from 5 or 7 day cruises to Bermuda, or 9, 11, and 12 day cruises to the Caribbean. There are 22 unique cruise itineraries with 67 sailings.  Cruises from Bayonne depart year round.

The Newest Cruise Ship Coming to Bayonne
The Quantum Of The Seas

The Newest innovation at sea from Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines is coming to Bayonne in November 2014.  Preview the amazing Quantum of the Seas below:

This page highlights cruises from Bayonne NJ. Visit our New York Metro page to see all cruises from Manhattan, Brooklyn and Bayonne NJ.  Living in the Bayonne area offers additional cruise options just 3 hours south from the Port of Baltimore.  Cruises from Baltimore are offered year round on Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise lines.

You may notice an unfamiliar port on many Royal Caribbean cruises – Labadee. This is a private island owned by the cruise line in Haiti. Watch the video below to see the features of Labadee.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines – Explorer of the Seas will offer 7 day cruises from Bayonne to Port Canaveral and the Bahamas. While in Port Canaveral, you can take excursions to the Orlando Theme Parks such as Disney World and Universal Studios.

The Explorer will also sail the Eastern Caribbean on 9 day cruises. Escape the New Jersey cold months to the warm tropics of places like San Juan, St. Thomas, St Martin and a private beach owned by the cruise line.

You may also choose from a 5 or 7 day cruise to Kings Wharf in Bermuda on board the Explorer of the Seas. The 7 night cruise stays overnight 2 nights with 3 full days while the 5 night cruise stays over 1 night with 2 full days. Bermuda Cruises are leaving May – Oct.

Celebrity Cruises from Bayonne on the Celebrity Summit. The Summit will also offer 7 day cruises to Kings Wharf in Bermuda. The cruises will stay overnight in Bermuda for 2 nights with 3 full days to enjoy the pink sand beaches and British Village. Both Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas and Celebrity Summit offer Bermuda cruises from Bayonne May – Oct.

The Summit also offers 14 day Canada / New England cruises from Bayonne with ports of Portland, Bar Harbor, Halifax, Sydney, Charlottetown, Quebec City, Gaspe and back to Bayonne.

Many Royal Caribbean Cruises from Bayonne call on Labadee
RCCL’s Private Island Paradise – Watch the video to see what fun really looks like!

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Port Of Bayonne Map and Directions – Cape Liberty Cruise Port


Port of Bayonne NJ Driving Directions - Click Here

Bayonne Cruises use Cape Liberty Cruise Port Address: Cape Liberty Cruise Port 14 Port Terminal Boulevard Bayonne, NJ 07002-5038

The cruise terminal is located in Bayonne, N.J. on the east end of the Peninsula at Bayonne. The peninsula is formerly known as the Military Ocean Terminal Bayonne (MOTBY). The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor is situated about 3 miles southeast of Newark and 7 miles from Manhattan. East to west, it is about 2 1/2 miles long, and about 1/3 mile north to south. The peninsula is adjacent to Route 440 (formerly Route 169). There is an additional 300 feet of water on the north and south sides and about 100 feet east.  All cruises from Bayonne depart from this port.

Transfers and Distances: Newark International Airport – Transfers are available from EWR to Bayonne and vice versa. Distance: Approximately 10 miles from the airport and 15 to 20 minutes driving time. LaGuardia International Airport: Transfers will not be available from LGA to Bayonne. All cruise only guests flying into LGA will be responsible for their own transportation from LGA to Bayonne. Distance: Approximately 21 miles from the airport and 60 to 75 minutes driving time. John F. Kennedy Airport: Transfers will only be available for international flights. Transfers will not be available for domestic flights. Most international flights will be day prior or day post mandatory over nights. Distance: Approximately 34 miles from the airport and 75 to 90 minutes driving time.

By Train Take the PATH Rapid Transit System train from Manhattan to Jersey City or Hoboken. Outside the PATH Station, take the NJ Hudson-Bergen Light Rail train to Bayonne. Get off at the 34th Street Station in Bayonne. You are now directly across Route 440 from the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, which includes the Cape Liberty Cruise Port. Call one of the three Bayonne cab companies to drive you to the cruise port, which is about two miles east of the Light Rail line.

Estimated Taxi Costs EWR to Bayonne: $35 plus tolls LGA to Bayonne: Approx. $65 plus tolls JFK to Bayonne: Approx. $70 plus tolls

Parking The guests parking facility is located adjacent to the cruise terminal. The cost for parking is $19 per day. The parking facility will only accept cash on arrival and will not accept credit cards or checks. The on-site parking facility is large enough to accommodate all guests who choose to park their cars at the pier.

Driving Directions From… The terminal is just off Route 440 in Bayonne located on the Peninsula at Bayonne. The entrance to the peninsula is 1 1/2 miles south of Exit 14A of the New Jersey Turnpike or 1 1/2 miles north of the Bayonne Bridge.

Northern New Jersey Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Connecticut (near I-95) Take I-95 south into New York State. Continue on I-95 to and over the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for New Jersey Turnpike and proceed South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Connecticut (near I-84) Take I-84 West into New York State. Take I-684 South to I-287 West to I-87 South. Follow signs to and over the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for the New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left

Westchester County Take I-684 South to I-287 West to I-87 South. Follow signs to and over the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for the New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Rockland County Take the Palisades Parkway South to I-80 West. Follow signs for the New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

The Bronx Proceed to and across the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for the New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Manhattan Proceed to and through the Lincoln Tunnel. Follow I-495 West to the New Jersey Turnpike. Proceed South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Brooklyn or Queens Enter Manhattan using the closest bridge or tunnel. Proceed crosstown to and through the Lincoln Tunnel. Follow I-495 West to the New Jersey Turnpike. Proceed South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Staten Island Take Route 440 North to and over the Bayonne Bridge. Continue on Route 440, 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your right.

Southern New Jersey / Delaware / Maryland Take New Jersey Turnpike North to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Southern New Jersey (Shore Points) Take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 129 (New Jersey Turnpike). Continue North on the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Enjoy your cruise from Bayonne!


Bayonne – Cape Liberty Port Website
EWR Airport Info