These ships are amazing! They whisk away almost a quarter million people a year. Exciting Cruises out of Galveston to exotic sunny destinations.
That’s a lot of cruise lovers! And the adventure starts here, City of Galveston, Texas.
As a Cruise Terminal Galveston is perfect! Cruises from Galveston are so convenient. With its rich history of Swashbuckler’s, Pirates, Privateers, and blockade runners the mood is set!
Carnival operates two ships from Galveston: Carnival Triumph and Carnival Magic. They look like their name implies! A Triumph and Magic!
Carnival Triumph offers these Galveston Cruises: 4 and 5 day cruises: Western Caribbean Ports of Call: Progresso, Yucatan, and Island of Cozumel, Mexico.
Triumph first sailed in 1999. She is 893 feet in length, with a crew of 1100. Passenger capacity is 2758.
Carnival Magic offers:
7 day cruises: Western Caribbean Ports of Call: Montego Bay, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, and Island of Cozumel, Mexico.
Magic first sailed in 2011. She is 1004 feet in length, with a crew of 1367. Passenger capacity is 3690.
Mariner of The Seas offers:
7 day cruise: Western Caribbean Ports of Call: Island of Roatan, Honduras, Belize, and Island of Cozumel, Mexico.
Mariner of the Seas first sailed in 2003. She is 1020 feet in length, with a crew of 1185. Passenger capacity is 3114.
Disney Magic offers three cruises:
8 night cruise: Eastern Caribbean Bahamian Cruise: Ports Call; Castaway Cay, and Port Canaveral, and Key West, Fl.
6 Night Western Caribbean Cruise; Ports of Call; Grand Cayman, and Cozumel Mexico
14 Night transatlantic cruise; Ports of Call: Portugal, Gibraltar, and United Kingdom.
Disney Magic first sailed in 1998. She is 964 feet in length, with a crew of 950. Passenger capacity is 2400.
Did you know Galveston is and island? If you're surprised, come see what you've been missing!