2019 The World’s Safest Cruise Ports For Cruise Ship Travellers

2019 The World’s Safest Cruise Ports For Cruise Ship Travellers


everybody gets Bruce here with traveling
with Bruce welcome by channel and welcome to today’s video this video is
the world’s safest cruise destinations I have a bunch of them here for you the
good news is they’re all over the place all over the planet and the key here is
to figure out what cruise line you want to take what cruise ship you want to go
on if you’ve got kids well you’re gonna need to go on a cruise that are a lot of
activities for children if you’re looking for an adult only cruise or a
number of lines that don’t even allow children on them and might be perfect
for you there’s no end to the choices but the key here is to pick the right
itinerary and see the places you really want to see and relax and not worry
about major security issues all right let’s get started with the world’s
safest cruise destinations that you should be aware of all right the number
one country for the safest cruises would be Canada in Canada we’re talking about
the provinces of New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland
Labrador even Quebec this area here in the Maritimes is just perfect for a
summertime or a fall cruise the fall colors are to die for
Charlottetown in Prince Edward Island is just a fantastic place to go children
are welcome to it’s a great place for the family to go you’ll have great
outings during the day incredible scenery
here’s Halifax from the air of the harbor up on the upper right there
Halifax with the fort and all of its history just fantastic very passenger
friendly city excellent places to walk along the waterfront there are museums
right downtown you can’t go wrong Saint John’s st. John Newton New
Brunswick another beautiful city to enjoy Sydney Nova Scotia Saint John’s
Newfoundland the list goes on and on you can catch a cruise in the Maritimes
in Canada you’re going to love it the second region of the world that is also
really safe is known as Scandinavia this includes the countries of Sweden
Norway Finland Denmark these countries easily are some of the world’s safest
places to go as a family you can go into a place like Bergen in Sweden here we
got Bergen right here beautiful city with the new and the old architecture
all in those same place museums everywhere great walking tours you can
go up here and take the oedema Nick you learn and go to the top and look out
over the entire Vista here beautiful in Norway we’re talking about the fjords
look at these you cannot take enough pictures you’ll kick yourself when you
get home you think you’ll have taken enough photos or not videos you’ll get
home and go geez I didn’t take enough look at that guy in the upper right
there you can do some fantastic I get some great guided tours here what a
place Finland incredible Denmark absolutely
stunning the history is never-ending you just cannot go on considering the
Scandinavian countries for your for your holiday next country that great place to
go to safest can be New Zealand head to New Zealand the North Island the South
Island it doesn’t matter here’s Auckland beautiful country you’re gonna see urban
areas you can see rural areas you’re gonna see some unbelievable waterways
stunning geography again you will not be able to take enough photos the people
are great the the atmosphere is fantastic the memories will live for
ever New Zealand cannot go wrong the next country to
consider would be cruising in the British Isles the British Isles are
perfect for for cruising in the summer in the fall we’re looking at the
Shetland Islands the Isle of Man the Channel Islands so looking at Guernsey
looking at Jersey so much history here so much spectacular geography here these
quaint villages with their sail boats the fishing boats these incredible
seaside cliffs the photography opportunities here just
go on forever old castles of course the legends of lore you just you just gotta
love it if you ever get your chance to come here it’s a bucket list for so many
people absolutely a must see and a must view next country that’s a great place
to go to very safe Japan the country of Japan whether you’re heading to Kyoto
and Osaka like here or you’re heading to other cities in the country even Tokyo
this country is so safe and so sophisticated and downright beautiful
some of the talking photographs can be able to take here we’ll just wow you of
course you get a day like this with Mount Fuji in the background and you’ve
hit the lottery that is stunning soot scenery now for Americans closer to home
safe ports would be the cruise lines own private islands Disney has their own
private island right here a number of cruise lines like Norwegian Princess
Carnival now MSC are building out private islands for families or couples
to take the entire day in where you don’t have to worry about any
panhandlers no beggars no violence it’s all security controlled it is all
professionally kept up to top standards the bathrooms on shore are perfect the
food is prepared by staff from the cruise line that drinks the same thing
you can’t go wrong with the Caribbean island the Cayman Islands right here
another safe place to visit very close to the USA a lot of the Caribbean
cruises come here the Cayman Islands have a lot of activities you can do with
the family or just with a couple it’s clean of the people are friendly they
know the visitors on cruise ships help pay the bills and they’re welcome
beautiful island lots to see and do stingray city hell and other areas and
Bermuda Bermuda is also a safe place to visit a lot of cruises out of new
Arkan my and florida come up here fantastic beaches great tours you can’t
go wrong those are just some of the world’s safest cruise destinations some
of the top destinations in the world you can’t beat the Academy Tom they’re
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71 Comments

  • Animations World

    January 26, 2019

    1st, promote my brittanic sinking animation please!!

    Reply
  • True Janey Sue

    January 26, 2019

    Great information! Thanks again Bruce😊

    Reply
  • Dwayne

    January 26, 2019

    cruising the Canadian maritimes, I hadn't considered that until this video. Something to seriously consider. Great Video.

    Reply
  • Heather Young

    January 26, 2019

    Love the different types of videos you make. Ill watch any u post if its cruise history or news. Ill watch. Love your channel
    👍

    Reply
  • Agnes. NJ

    January 26, 2019

    Great video and info. Thank you Canada’s unofficial ambassador. 🇨🇦

    Reply
  • Mercedes Rosario

    January 27, 2019

    wow so nice thank you

    Reply
  • anthony kasper

    January 27, 2019

    Nice video… thanks for the ideas..

    Reply
  • Matthew Hahn

    January 27, 2019

    That very safe

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  • Erik Gibbons

    January 27, 2019

    So glad you mentioned Bermuda! Been there twice and I'd go back again and again!! 👍

    Reply
  • On The Road Again with Vinny

    January 27, 2019

    I think you meant to say the islands of the British Isles as the British Isles also include the mainland countries including England, Scotland, Wales, The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey are technically not the British Isles as they are off the coast of France and are crown dependencies of the UK. Our geography is complicated! However, the islands around the UK are a great place to visit, especially the Isles of Scilly which have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and cruise ships do stop there.

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  • S Swan

    January 27, 2019

    Great video Bruce. Would love to visit Prince Edward Island & The Maritimes. ~Sylvia~

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  • Marty Finver

    January 27, 2019

    My 200 plus cruises about 3300 days and 1000 shore excursions in last 15 years is probably as much experience as anybody.

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  • Joyce

    January 27, 2019

    Bruce, I saw your yesterday on here about the most unsafe islands to visit and now I watched the safest ones. Believe it or not, I am booked for April to go on a cruise that hits 3 of the unsafe places. I really appreciated finding you on here. I am a woman who loves to go on cruises but now must do it by myself. I think I know I am pretty safe on the ship, but always skeptical about the ports, so this is a help. I know when and when not to disembark. I did not realize when booking that some of the places I am heading to do not even take US currency. My travel agent never mentioned that. Truthfully, I go for the ship more than the islands, because Bermuda is my favorite place to go, but none of the cruises stay long enough for me. HA HA! From the time I was in my early 30's to now, I have been there 30 something times, I lost count. Last year was my ultimate trip, because I rented a little loft cottage and stayed for 6 weeks. I have made friends with many people on the island and it is like going home. Being retired, alone and on a fixed income, that won't happen again, but I had to do it once so I could feel like I lived there for 6 weeks. Unfortunately, I am no longer comfortable with flying alone, having to get connecting flights, and my last two experiences with flying was a bit more than I could handle. Happy travels to you and thanks for all the neat things you write.

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  • D Walker

    January 27, 2019

    Translator video thanks Bruce

    Reply
  • William Farrell

    January 27, 2019

    you mention the Canadian Maritimes, but don't mention the west coast. Vancouver and Victoria I would expect to be safe too and are often parts of Alaskan cruises.

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  • Victor Washington

    January 27, 2019

    British Isles cruise looks interesting

    Does one fly to the UK and connect with the Cruise Ship or is this transoceanic?

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  • Dicky Knees

    January 27, 2019

    Er, what about my little country….. Australia. Got to be the safest anywhere.

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  • Brad Peterson

    January 27, 2019

    You showed Bora Bora, but didn't mention it.

    Reply
  • celia martin

    January 28, 2019

    I can’t believe he is telling people that Sweden is safe, I guess he doesn’t any Swedes. I guess Malmo is not a port city.

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  • David Jones

    January 28, 2019

    The gold coast of Costa Rica 🇨🇷

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  • Laura Z

    January 28, 2019

    You may want to recommend to your travelers to check the government travel advisory website before traveling : travel.state.gov

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  • Desirree Hall

    January 28, 2019

    you are right about the private cruise islands are safe. I have gone to Norwegians private island 3x. nice! I will consider doing more often. I cruise yearly with Norwegian. thank you

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  • Robert Maheu

    January 28, 2019

    lol who the hell wants to go to Canada nice chilli country, we Canadians cant wait to escape lol, allot of cold places on this list

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  • Naomie G

    January 28, 2019

    I lived in Japan for 3 years from 2000-2013, Yes, the place and the people are amazing. Love the cruiselines private island. Glad to hear about Bermuda because we’re cruising there in June on the Norwegian Gem

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  • Torgeir Brandsnes

    January 28, 2019

    FYI Finland is not part of Scandinavia. They are part of the Nordic countries. Now you know.

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  • Peter Schnitzer

    January 28, 2019

    I'm

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  • Jeff Prevett

    January 28, 2019

    that's why I say who in the hell needs Mexico I didn't lose anything over there I'm not going to go over there and get framed and have to go to an ATM machine to get money out of go to jail or be given poison have to go to hospital and they are all in it together when making money off you and you pay the bite hospital bill over there where you don't leave that's they kill that one daughter that couple there's daughter and son both were drugged same time at the hotel there in all in on it nothing to do over there or just make it either Ben Jamaica and it was very scary some people didn't get off the boat Jamaica gee I wonder why we know why we saw

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  • Thomas Margolis

    January 29, 2019

    Norway Sweden Demark tourist readily affected by the policies with migrants ? In the cities the uptick in the instance ofsexual assaults and such, and spill over?

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  • JOK

    January 29, 2019

    Is Tahiti and Hawaii not safe?

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  • Scott Lewis Parsons

    January 29, 2019

    I agree with New Zealand, I come from there and have taken a cruise from Australia across the Tasman Sea to Milford Sound, etc. than up the east coast of both islands then back to Sydney. Australia is also a safe destination. Cruising to the Pacific islands is very enjoyable too, however you have to be aware of your surroundings and not be naive. You mentioned private islands, they sound enjoyable but somehow sort of boring!

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  • Mark Rubin

    January 29, 2019

    Denver is a very safe cruise ship port because ships can't get there.

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  • Alan Decker

    January 29, 2019

    We took a cruise to Bermuda a couple of years ago and, instead of going on any of the planned excursions, we just got a bus/ferry pass. We were able to get all over the island very inexpensively and felt completely safe the entire time.

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  • Nina.Frank

    January 30, 2019

    Bergen is NOT in Sweden but in Norway

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  • GeekWithMuscles

    January 30, 2019

    My partner and I cruised to St Kitts last year on RCCL Freedom of the Seas. We found out the hard way that they hate the LGBTQ community. It’s against the law there and we were singled out on an excursion we booked with RCCL. We were pointed at, stared down and even approached and asked if we were brothers. We were terrified. We contacted our concierge and within an hour we were refunded the entire cost of the excursion. It’s really important that you do your research if you’re LGBTQ.

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  • Archie Liburd

    January 30, 2019

    Rich countries with enough money to pay for the promotion will always wind up on the list, while poorer countries with not much money to pay for the promotion will end up on the worst ports lists. This commentator must be pocketing huge sums of money to praise one country over the next.

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  • HOTROD SOUNDS

    January 30, 2019

    come too Tobago island. Trinidad and Tobago you will love it

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  • Daniele Iannarelli

    January 30, 2019

    Good information, well presented.
    But…
    “My bad”…???!!!
    I HATE that expression. What the hell does that mean?!

    Reply
  • LTI

    January 30, 2019

    I’m no going to 🇨🇦Norway Finland good

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  • Ferocious Ferret

    January 31, 2019

    Hong Kong is safe, plus no one will harass you to buy anything.

    Reply
  • Katherine Burbott

    February 1, 2019

    Why didn't you mention Holland America's private island? Have spent time there and it was wonderful.

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  • S M

    February 1, 2019

    I feel very proud, and humbled that my home, the Canadian Maritimes, was the first for Cruise port safety. I know sometimes when we get three and four cruise ships in at a time in the summer and fall months, there are almost more cruise passengers than people who are working /living in the uptown Saint John area. We really do need and want the business that our port provides, and are happy to see the cruise ships arrive.

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  • Julie Carlee

    February 1, 2019

    * Quickbooks advertisement on my end :))

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  • Auntyjane11

    February 1, 2019

    Great video Bruce. Glad to see we make the cut down here in NZ 🙂 Congratulations with the TWB famz numbers

    Reply
  • Lorddaver

    February 3, 2019

    What about Spain, Italy, The Greek Isles, etc…

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  • Mr. Opinionated

    February 4, 2019

    Whiter the better or at least white controlled. Non white areas usually have a area set aside with security. But don't go out of that bubble. Example Jamaica, in the safety bubble its nice. Go to the rest you will see garbage and human shit on the beaches.

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  • Denise Kuhlman

    February 4, 2019

    We've been going to the Cayman Islands for years. My inlaws owned 3 places there. Recently, with the increase of population we have found it isnt as safe as it used to be. We wouldn't choose to go back there espe ially with how expensive the resorts and food is .Save your money and take the kids to Florida!

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  • Omaira Figueroa

    February 5, 2019

    Sooooo cold 🥶

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  • Kamloops Cruise

    February 6, 2019

    In Canada why didn’t you include Vancouver BC. Half of all Alaska cruises either start or end in Vancouver. Very friendly , clean and visitor friendly city to visit. Victoria BC should be on your Canada list as well. All cruises the originate in the US and go to Alaska stop in. Ictoria.

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  • 77Catguy

    February 7, 2019

    Why did you not mention Iceland among the Scandinavian coutries? I was always under the impression that it is a very safe country.

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  • ron777ish

    February 13, 2019

    You didn't mention a Caribbean island other then Grand Cayman. And as far as Grand Cayman goes they don't give a flying [email protected]#& about tourists my friend. They have places to go and things to see for the tourists but that country is all about the banks.. Talk about St Martin or Barbados. That's where you will discover the history of the Caribbean. Not on some island that Disney built.. LMAO

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  • Nancy Zahradnik

    March 18, 2019

    Thanks for the information.

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  • Chris McMahon

    March 26, 2019

    Norway is way prettier than new Brunswick. Alaska and B C. are prettier too.

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  • keshon j

    April 9, 2019

    Hi you should check carnival cruise port in grand turk

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  • richard none

    April 16, 2019

    some really safe cruise ports are Fort Lauderdale miami and carnivral no one wants to cruise to canada ha ha ha its sucks even in the summer
    Cozumel is safe but not across the bay CANADA SUCKS BIG TIME

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  • Kyle

    May 7, 2019

    You never mentioned not one Caribbean island other than private, I’m guessing because there are a lot of blacks there the countries you mentioned in this video or majority white or Asian I’m not surprised they are the safest lol

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  • zootsootful

    May 22, 2019

    One MAJOR omission: Quebec City, and the Saguenay fjord on the way up the St.-Lawrence.

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  • Wayne Stobbe

    May 26, 2019

    Why isn’t the South Pacific save?

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  • Greg L

    June 12, 2019

    Bermuda for sure..I've cruised there 3 times over the last two years. Never an issue with anyone. It's out in the middle of the Atlantic so nowhere for criminals to flee to.

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  • Bigbradwolf

    June 19, 2019

    New Zealand is safer than Sweden, the rape capital of europe. Don't go off the beaten track in Malmo.

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  • theoldar

    June 25, 2019

    Norway is so beautiful it is unreal.

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  • Jane Gilmore

    August 11, 2019

    I traveled every port in Ozzie and had a great time. Fiji is also gorgeous. I guess you can’t mention places you haven’t been to.

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  • Eu, a Rainha e 3 princesas.

    August 13, 2019

    🙂

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  • Wen Mac

    September 9, 2019

    I am afraid of cruising to Bermuda because I heard of Triangle area. I do not want to be disappeared.

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  • Dylan Laforest

    November 1, 2019

    I live in New Brunswick

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  • Spoiled Rotten Great Dane

    November 5, 2019

    0:26
    Ålesund, Norway! My husband and I were there in June for our 20th anniversary.

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  • andrew Last

    November 7, 2019

    Australia and singapore should definately be at the top of this list

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  • Shawn Brookins

    November 15, 2019

    So pretty much every safe place is devoid of ethnic diversity. Hmm can we do a video of safest Caribbean islands or is that an oxymoron. I still like this video, I'm just left wondering why no Afrocentric places were listed!

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  • Carey M

    November 25, 2019

    UM Victoria and Vancouver??? if we are talking Canada!!!

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  • Donna Hansen

    December 1, 2019

    I wonder – all the countries listed have stable governments, huge social safety nets for their people.  I don't think it's an accident that the locals in these countries don't attack visitors.

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  • Fleck Smugbrother

    December 21, 2019

    Don't neglect Somalia. If you're suicidal but just can't pull the trigger, do a cruise that ports in Mogadishu. Problem solved!

    Reply
  • Paul Sulley

    December 23, 2019

    Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan and any small town in Alaska is as safe as it gets…..

    Reply

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