Learn about Port Canaveral Cruises from Cruise Accident Lawyers
As cruise ship injury attorneys, the legal professionals at Lawlor, White & Murphey tend to see all of the negative things that can happen on ocean voyages. We know how passengers who become sick or get injured while at sea due to the negligence of a cruise line have to heal physically, mentally, and financially from their ordeal – and how frustrating it can be to trust that a cruise line will have your best interests in mind, only to learn that their main concern is their bottom line.
Despite that, we are also well aware that the vast majority of people who embark on cruises each year do so without any harm coming to them. Instead, they get a joyful, relaxing experience that they will never forget. As such, we are not against cruise lines or cruise vacations. All we recommend is that people looking into taking a cruise plan carefully.
That means not just thinking about where you want to go, but actually looking into the safety of that destination. Choosing a cruise line based on more than their amenities. Learning what to pack and how to best stay safe. And, in terms of making your trip as enjoyable as possible, thinking hard about the port of departure that you want to use. Most people give little thought to this last one, but the U.S. has 20 different cruise ports and where you leave from can make a huge impact on your overall trip.
One place that you should definitely consider is Port Canaveral, Florida. What does Port Canaveral have to offer that is different than other ports? Well, for starters, it is the most popular cruise port in the entire world. In large part, this is probably due to its proximity to so many local attractions.
Only 45 minutes away from Orlando, Port Canaveral provides easy access to all of the world-class amusements of central Florida, including DisneyWorld, Legoland, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and more. Even closer than that, you can explore Kennedy Space Center and other space coast attractions. And the port itself offers more recreational facilities than every other port in the state put together – including three different parks and the Exploration Tower, as well as shopping and fantastic harbor-side dining.
Cruise Injury Attorneys Detail Trips out of Port Canaveral
Four major cruise lines sail out of Port Canaveral, going to all kinds of tropical destinations, as well as twice-daily gaming cruises offered by Victory Casino Cruises.
Carnival. With four of their ships calling this port home – Sensation, Valor, Magic, and Sunshine – Carnival is able to offer a fairly wide variety of cruises.
- Bahamas. 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-day cruises to the Bahamas are available – two of which feature legendary band Boston.
- Bermuda. The lone trip to Bermuda offered by Carnival from this port is an 8-day vacation.
- Eastern Caribbean. There are 5-, 6-, 7-, 8-, 9- and 11-day cruises that you can take to the Eastern Caribbean, providing all kinds of flexibility.
- Western Caribbean. You can travel to the Western Caribbean from this port as well – as long as you are able to spend a 7 days on a cruise.
- Southern Caribbean. Sailing to the Southern Caribbean is a longer proposition, with 8-, 10-, and 13-day trips.
Disney. Dream, Magic, and Fantasy call Port Canaveral home and serve as your gateway to the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
- Bahamas. Cruises to the Bahamas are available for 3, 4, 5, and 8 nights.
- Eastern and Western Caribbean. From this port, you can 7-night trips to either the Eastern or Western Caribbean.
Norwegian. The Spirit is the only Norwegian ship that calls Port Canaveral home, but you can get to all kinds of places by sailing on this ship.
- Caribbean. Lots of cruise lines offer trips to the Eastern, Western, or Southern Caribbean, but who can choose? Instead, opt for this 14-day cruise that covers everything.
- Eastern and Western Caribbean. There are 6- and 7-day trips to the Western Caribbean, 7-day cruises to the Eastern Caribbean, and several 14-day vacations to both the East and West.
- Transatlantic. The 14-day cruise heads to Spain. A 21-day trip adds the Caribbean to the voyage, and a 33-day excursion adds Italy, France, Greece, the Mediterranean, and more.
Royal Caribbean. Just like their rival Carnival, Royal Caribbean houses four of their cruise liners at Port Canaveral – Enchantment of the Seas, Majesty of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, and Oasis of the Seas. With these four ships, you will be able to travel to the Bahamas and Eastern and Western Caribbean in style and comfort. You will even be able to do so over the holidays, with Royal Caribbean offering special Christmas and New Year’s cruises alongside their regular fare.
- Bahamas. Want to take a quick jaunt to the Bahamas? How about trying one of Royal Caribbean’s 3- or 4-day cruises?
- Eastern Caribbean. Head to the Eastern Caribbean on a 7- or 8-day trip, and you will have just enough time to really savor the sights.
- Western Caribbean. Offering the most options of any of Royal Caribbean’s destinations from Port Canaveral, you can find a cruise to the Western Caribbean for 5, 7, or 8 days.
Injured on Your Trip from Port Canaveral? Don’t Hesitate to Contact an Experienced Cruise Ship Accident Lawyer
No matter how careful you are and how safety-minded a cruise line tries to be, sometimes problems occur. When those issues arise because of the negligence of the company, you need to be ready to fight back with a knowledgeable cruise injury attorney.
Maritime law is a very specific legal niche that does not adhere to many typical legal standards. Because of this, it is vital that you choose a maritime lawyer with a successful track record to guide you through this process. At Lawlor, White & Murphey, we have over 40 combined years of maritime experience, so we know exactly what it takes to get you the best possible outcome.
When you hire us, you get an aggressive legal team whose goal is to make sure you receive fair and just compensation for your illness or injury so that you do not have to worry about the cost or medical treatment or lost wages. But you also get caring and compassionate advocates for change that work hard to get cruise lines to change bad policies, ensuring that no one else will have to suffer as you have suffered.
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