Puerto Rico Cruises

If Puerto Rico hasn't been part of your cruise itineraries, you're missing out. The San Juan Cruise Port is ranked among the top ports in the world, and other ports around the Island offer easy access to sightseeing, dining, local culture, and more.

The "I Love PR" sign in front of a large cruise ship at the Old San Juan Port.

Cruise Port in San Juan

San Juan has two cruise terminals, one in San Juan Bay and the other at the Pan American terminal across from the bay. Between them, the ports host around 500 cruise ships per year. Many of the cruises that make a voyage through the Caribbean make a port call in Puerto Rico, including Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Princess, Costa, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Windstar, Norwegian Cruise Line, AIDA, Seabourn, Silbersea, MSC Cruises, Oceania Cruises, and even Disney Cruises.

The San Juan Bay terminal has a capacity to receive up to seven ships at once. This may be the most convenient port of call for people only spending a day on the Island because many of Old San Juan's top attractions, restaurants, bars, and landmarks are within walking distance. The Pan American terminal, located near Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport and the Puerto Rico Convention Center, can accommodate two cruise ships. 

View Puerto Rico's Full 2023-24 Home Port Cruise Schedule

No passport needed for U.S. travelers

Since Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, American citizens and permanent residents don't need a passport to travel to the Island. However, they must always travel with a valid ID, such as driver license or a state ID card.

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