Portland, Maine cruises are a favorite among New England travelers for good reason. Loved by people all over, this delightful city features historic lighthouses, Victorian architecture, and incredible coastal views. It's a mecca for foodies, renowned especially for its seafood.
You can visit spots like the Portland Observatory, where you'll find the best vistas in the city. Or explore Downtown, where local shops and eateries warmly invite cruisers and locals alike. A city of creatives, the Portland Museum of Art is the de facto spot to view historic artwork, and includes famous pieces from the likes of Claude Monet. Alternatively, you can hop on a working lobster boat for a tour of the Casco Bay, where Portland is found. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time when visiting with a Portland cruise, this fantastic port of call is sure to entertain.
Portland, Maine is a port of call for the following Canadian, New England, and Great Lakes Cruises:
AMERICAN QUEEN VOYAGES (VICTORY CRUISES)
Top attractions for Portland, Maine cruises
OCEAN GATEWAY MARINE TERMINAL
Address: 14 Ocean Gateway Pier, Portland, ME 04101
Carrying the spirit of Portland, Old Port is the popular historic district of the city. With cobblestone streets and 1800s warehouses now occupied by cafes, breweries, and boutique shops, this part of town is a favorite for many.
PORTLAND ART MUSEUM
To find out more about the Victorian Mansion Museum please select the following link: Victorian Mansion
PORTLAND HEAD LIGHTHOUSE
The quintessential New England lighthouse, Portland Head is a must-see when your New England cruise stops in the city. While more of a historic site than sailing tool nowadays, you'll find picturesque views and one of Portland's most famous destinations here.