Norwegian Cruise Line New Orleans Port Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line New Orleans

New Orleans cruises mean that patrons don’t have to travel over to Galveston or even further into Florida to start their cruise vacations which only adds to the hassle and cost. Norwegian Cruise Line New Orleans offers trips to both the Western Caribbean and ports further afield with their transatlantic crossings.

The Norwegian Cruise Line Jewel takes passengers on two different Western Caribbean cruises, the 7-day trip with stops in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Georgetown, Grand Cayman and Cozumel, and the 7-day jaunt to Cozumel, Belize, Roatan, the Bay Islands and Costa Maya. Both of these cruises are roundtrip from New Orleans, allowing you to explore the varied Caribbean islands while only unpacking once. The Jewel boasts some of the largest suites at sea, 16 different dining options and the Splashdown kid’s water fun club. Her shows include the Cirque Bijou as well as comedy and magic shows to entertain the whole family.

Norwegian Cruise Line New Orleans also offers a trip to the Caribbean onboard the Norwegian Star that takes the cruise of the Jewel and does it the opposite way, with stops in Costa Maya, Belize, Roatan, Bay Islands and Cozumel before returning home.

Cruises leaving from New Orleans depart for the other side of the Atlantic with their transatlantic crossings. The 13-day adventure across the pond aboard the Norwegian Star stops in Miami, Ponta Delgada and ultimately ends in London England (the port of Dover). The Norwegian Star also does a crossing that ends in Copenhagen, Denmark. This 16 day trip stops in Miami, Ponta Delgada, Dover and Helsingborg in Sweden before it arrives in Copenhagen. The star has a passenger capacity of over 2,000 and boasts 3-bedroom Garden Villas that are a whopping 6694 sq. ft. with a private garden with a hot tub, an outdoor dining area and a terrace. With accommodations for up to 7 people, these villas are a luxurious room option, giving all room to spare.

Norwegian Cruise Line New Orleans is a great port to embark on your vacation, whether you will be returning on a round trip or disembarking in Europe. New Orleans is a beautiful city in its own right, so it makes for a great pre or post cruise stop as well. Make your next vacation count aboard the beautiful ships and great departure port that is all part of the package when you choose Norwegian Cruise Line New Orleans.