Galveston Cruises, All Aboard!

The Island has Four Major Cruise Lines

Three  offer year round Galveston Cruises: Carnival Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean and Disney. A fourth, Princess Cruise Lines offers seasonal Cruises out of Galveston.

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 Cruise Lines: Triumph

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 Cruise Lines: Magic

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.

             Royal Caribbean: Mariner of The Seas

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 Cruises: Disney Magic

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.

Travel to Galveston is easy. And you will want to arrive early. Why?  Because Galveston is a fascinating City.

Did you know Galveston is and island? If you're surprised, come see what you've been missing!

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