Royal Caribbean New Orleans Port Cruises

Royal Caribbean New Orleans

The port of New Orleans offers travelers a choice in departure destinations, and with 47 million people living within a 500 mile radius of the city, it is easy to see why Royal Caribbean New Orleans came to fruition.

Cruises departing from New Orleans do so from a state of the art cruise complex that offers 50 check in counters, friendly staff, air conditioned gangways and a 1000 car parking lot, all within a 10 minute drive of the interstate and within walking distance to the New Orleans French Quarter, the art district and the mighty Mississippi. Some of the cheapest cruises to the Caribbean can be experienced on Royal Caribbean ships, right from the port of New Orleans, where you can enjoy a Western Caribbean cruise for 7 nights that includes stops in Jamaica, Georgetown, Grand Cayman and Mexico before you head back home. Starting at just $459pp on selected sailings, New Orleans becomes an even more attractive departure port for the thousands of people that it serves.

Royal Caribbean New Orleans takes cruisers on several different routes, including the Caribbean of course, the Bahamas and the 15-night transatlantic journey on the Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas, which visits The Azores and France before docking in Italy. The Navigator of the Seas boasts a 5-story theater, a 3-story dining room, 4 pools, 6 whirlpools, mini golf and an ice skating rink, along with the live entertainment, spa and casinos that make Royal Caribbean cruise line famous.

The Royal Caribbean cruise ships that service the port at New Orleans are MS Navigator of the Seas and MS Serenade of the Seas, which was refurbished in the winter of 2012. The Serenade of the Seas offers wide open spaces, panoramic views and a 9-story atrium that is totally encased in glass. Right now she is used on cruises to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean, which offer you stunning views at every part of your journey.

Royal Caribbean New Orleans cruises is a great choice for that cruise vacation. Arrive in the city early or stay a few days after your cruise to see why New Orleans is such a phenomenal destination, for both cruisers and non-cruisers alike. With easy access to the ships on arrival and departure, secure parking for your vehicle and efficient service throughout, it is no wonder people choose Royal Caribbean New Orleans as cruise embarkation port.