West Coast Cruises
As a starting point for many fantastic cruise itineraries, West coast America is one of the most popular stop-offs on world voyages or a fantastic cruise and stay destination where you can enjoy everything from huge theme parks to sprawling national parks. A cruise to West Coast America includes destinations such as Hawaii, Panama Canal and Mexico within easy cruising distance and here at Cruise1st we can pair up your cruise of a lifetime with a stay in fabulous cities such as Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and many more!
Sail under the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco, one of America's loveliest cities unique in style and personality. Take the time to enjoy this beautiful city as you wander its hilly streets catching glimpses of the Bay and its famous bridges. Explore Sausalito, a quaint little town where you will discover charming art galleries and quirky boutiques and visit the redwood forest of Muir Woods where you can stroll through part of the 550 acre National Monument.
Visit Los Angeles, one of the world's most exciting cities and film making capital of the world. Compare your footprints and handprints with those of film stars and celebrities past and present on Hollywood Boulevard and of course no trip to LA is complete without visiting Disneyland! Or San Diego, California's 'first city' where you can explore its beautiful harbour and its historic Seaport Village bursting with fascinating shops and galleries and of course the world famous San Diego Zoo.
Another popular destination on a cruise from West Coast America, is the thriving metropolis of Seattle offering one of a kind architecture, mountain ranges and a unique urban sophistication. Browse the stalls of local merchants and artists at Pike Place Market where you can pick up a souvenir or two or even enjoy a street performance. Admire the view from the World famous Space Needle, visit the rock-n-roll museum, stroll through the historic district of Pioneer Square or gain some historical insight at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Seattle really does have something to offer any tastes!