In Texas, everything is more extensive, and its port, Port Galveston, is no oddity. This port was one of the busiest ports next to New York in ancient times. Texas, the south-central segment of the country, extends nearly 1,000 miles from north to south and east to west with a major cruise port, Port Galveston, Texas. This cruise port was a major commercial port in the late 1800s and is a proud historic architecture. It has long 30-miles stretched beaches with gulf views along the way, a few regions, attractive beaches, and tasty seafood restaurants. There is so much more to do and see before you embark on your cruise from Texas.