This week’s picks feature longer cruises from Galveston with itineraries that vary from the standard cruise to Mexico and Honduras.
Longer cruise options from Galveston include cruises to Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Aruba. Two of of our featured cruises, the Adventure of the Seas 13-night cruise and the Norwegian Prima 11-night cruise, are one-way trips. The Adventure of the Seas cruise ends at Cape Liberty in New Jersey (close to NYC) and the Norwegian Prima cruise ends in Miami, Florida.
Featured Longer Cruises from Galveston, Texas
Carnival Vista – 7 Night Cruise to Jamaica, Cayman Islands, and Mexico. While many cruises out of Galveston head straight for Mexico, this cruise itinerary loops around Cuba, stopping in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, before continuing on to Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands and then Cozumel, Mexico. Vista Fares and Dates.
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The Carnival Vista arrives in Galveston soon!
The Vista, which launched just two years ago in 2016, offers cruisers a ton of modern cruising amenities, including an top deck cock full of recreational options, lots and lots of dining options, and even an IMAX movie theater.
The Vista will be sailing 7-Night Western Caribbean cruises from Galveston, with ports of call in Mexico, Belize, Isla Roatan, Jamaica, and the Cayman Islands. Continue reading →
The Carnival Vista will relocate from Port of Miami to Galveston, with Galveston departures beginning in September of this year.
The Vista will sail 7 night Western Caribbean cruises from Galveston, with itineraries alternating between Isla Roatan/Belize/Cozumel & Jamaica/Cayman Islands/Cozumel. Continue reading →
Beginning September 23, 2018, the Carnival Vista will home port in Galveston, Texas. The Vista, Carnival’s newest and largest ship, will sail two different seven-day itineraries to the western Caribbean.
Vista cruises from Galveston will depart each Sunday and visit either Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel or Mahogany Bay, Belize, and Cozumel. Continue reading →