New Orleans Cruises
New Orleans cruises are easy to catch since this port city has plenty of places to dock large ships. At the docks you will find the famous riverboat New Orleans cruises along side the mid-luxury steamboat liners that cruise the Mississippi. There are even the large luxury liners like Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian, which provide New Orleans cruises to the Caribbean and Mexico. You can even find several discount cruises New Orleans offers right from the port in the French Quarter to Mexico and back!
If you want to see the Mississippi River on New Orleans cruises, the Majestic American cruises offer 7-day journeys including a “Rediscover New Orleans” trip that includes an on board Mardi Gras ball. There are several plantation home tour cruises from New Orleans to Memphis which stop off in Baton Rouge. These are exquisite luxury riverboat liners. You can get a luxury suite with a private veranda for you to watch the magnificent cities and untouched splendor of the great outdoors as you travel up and down the mighty Mississippi. You can find more 5-7 day Mississippi River cruises in Louisiana from Riverbarge Excursions, which travels south towards the Gulf of Mexico.
There are also several discount cruises New Orleans hosts like Carnival cruise lines to Mexico and the Caribbean. Try a 4 day cruise to Cozumel for around $300, or a 5 day New Orleans Cruise to Cozumel and Costa Maya Mexico for around $500. As with any other New Orleans cruise on the Carnival party ship, that includes choice of dining, a casino and plenty of entertainment.
There are several cheap cruises from New Orleans aboard the Royal Caribbean as well. Try a 7 night New Orleans cruise to Costa Maya, Santo Tomas de Castilla, Belize City and Cozumel Mexico for around $600! More cheap cruises can be had on Norwegian cruises to the Bahamas, Cozumel, Belize and other Caribbean destination for around $600.
Though most discount cruises New Orleans offers include all meals and entertainment, make sure you check before you book to see which items are extra, like alcohol, excursions and tips. If you want cheap cruises from New Orleans, you are bound to find many, but remember the cheapest ones will often include interior rooms with no view of the ocean and might have thin walls. You may not get any sleep on the cheap cruises from New Orleans, but you will definitely have a lot of fun!
If a luxury New Orleans cruise to the Western Caribbean is what you want, that can be had too, and at a fairly reasonable price. The Royal Caribbean has balcony rooms and Norwegian cruise lines can offer luxury penthouses. There are spas on board many of the ships as well so you can enjoy your New Orleans cruise and pamper yourself in the process.
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