Repositioning Cruises from Boston
You can get on a "repositioning cruise" from Boston in the autumn each year. Cruise ships sail out of this port in the warm weather months, so for the winter they have to move to another departure port. The move is called a "repositioning cruise". See the calendar of departures below.
Repositioning cruises are usually bargains, because one-way cruises aren't as popular as round-trips. Out of Boston you can take a cruise to a warm place like California, Puerto Rico or Florida. Spend a little extra time there, then fly home.
9-day repositioning cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line. One-way from Boston to San Juan (Puerto Rico). Ports of call: St Thomas, St Maarten, St Kitts, Antigua and Tortola.
• 2018 departure: November 9.
11-day repositioning cruise on Seabourn. One-way from Boston to Montreal (Canada). Ports of call: Provincetown (Massachusetts), Bar Harbor (Maine), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), Cap-aux-Meules (Quebec), Saguenay (Quebec) and Quebec City (Quebec).
• 2019 departure: October 14.
12-night repositioning cruise on Royal Caribbean. One-way from Boston to Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Ports of call: St Maarten, Antigua, Barbados, Aruba and Curacao.
• 2019 departure: October 27.