2013 Bayonne New Jersey Cruise Ports
Some of the Bayonne New Jersey cruises that may come and go from the Port of
Bayonne include these sample voyages below.
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Cape Liberty marks the return of passenger ships sailing from New
Jersey. In our eighth year, Cape Liberty has been responsible for the
safe passage of over 320,000 passengers - the second largest passenger
volume among Northeast and Mid-Atlantic coast ports.
Cape Liberty has unparalleled views of the Statue of Liberty, New York
Harbor and the Manhattan skyline. We offer ample parking, a convenient
location and easy access to start and end your trip.
In 2011, we are again offering year-round cruises to the Eastern and
Southern Caribbean. From April through October, we offer 5-night,
7-night, and 9-night cruises to Bermuda and the Caribbean; in May and
June, 7-night cruises to Bermuda and New England; and, in July through
October, cruises to Canada and New England. Our homeport vessels include
Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas , Celebrity Cruises' Summit, and
Celebrity Cruises' Silhouette.
Cape Liberty is an integral part of the multi-billion dollar
redevelopment of The Peninsula.
In the early stages of a major transformation by the City of Bayonne and
the Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority, The Peninsula will be home to
new residents and businesses that will overlook a neighboring golf
course, marina and park.
Cape Liberty...Your Closest Point to Sea.
Major Cruise Lines offering
Bayonne New Jersey Cruises include:
Royal Caribbean Cruises
IMPORTANT PASSPORT INFORMATION UPDATES
The cruise terminal normally opens at 10:30AM to receive departing
passengers. Due to scheduling variances please do not arrive prior to
the published time on your ticket.
Upon arrival of the terminal building have your passports or official
government photo ID available for security clearance prior to entry.
Due to security restrictions, only ticketed guests will be allowed in
the passenger building.
Please have all of your luggage properly tagged prior to arrival.
For Pre-Approved Luncheons and Wedding Visitors
All pre-approved visitors will be required to present official
government photo ID upon entry of the terminal building. All minors must
be escorted by a parent or authorized adult.
New Boarding Requirements
Important: Change In Documentation & Check-In Requirements For U.S.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has recently announced new
regulations which require all cruise lines to provide final passenger
manifests 60 minutes prior to departure from U.S. ports. This means that
ALL sailing passengers must arrive at least 90 minutes prior to the
scheduled departure time. Terminal doors will be closed 90 minutes prior
to scheduled sailing time, late arriving passengers will be denied entry
due to these new time restrictions. This is a major change from past
Also...All sailing passengers MUST complete their Online
Pre-Registration with the cruise line, no later than 6 days prior to
sailing! Anyone who does not pre-register online, must arrive 2 hours
prior to scheduled departure time to complete this process, late
arriving passengers could be denied boarding.
THE ABOVE REGULATIONS AFFECTS ALL CRUISE PASSENGERS, EFFECTIVE
Return arrival information
Passengers will be permitted to exit the vessel once all CBP clearance
and arrival services are complete.