This is a list of cruise ships with scheduled Miami cruise departures. Some sail regularly from Miami, others only sail from Miami during certain parts of the year, and some aren’t currently sailing from Miami but are scheduled to do so in the future.
Click on the ship name for more information about the ship and scheduled cruises from Miami.
Experience a different kind of cruising with Azamara’s “destination immersion” voyages.
Seven-night cruises from Miami are the Carnival Glory’s specialty. Passengers will find plenty of entertainment and dining options on board.
Carnival Horizon, will home port in Miami beginning in September of 2018. Carnival Horizon features innovative amenities such as the Dr. Seuss WaterWorks, a huge Seaside Theatre poolside LED screen, a bike-ride-in-the-sky attraction called SkyRide, an IMAX Theatre, and a new aft-view category of balcony staterooms.
Carnival Magic is one of Carnival’s newer and bigger ships. Magic offers cruisers seemingly endless entertainment and dining options.
The Carnival Sensation sails a regular schedule of 4 & 5 night cruises from Miami, providing short, fun, tropical vacations.
Carnival Splendor, one of Carnival’s big Dream-class ships, will only be in Miami through early January of 2018. After that, she’s headed to Los Angeles. If you’d like to ride along for the shift, there’s a 13 night Panama Canal cruise form Miami to Los Angeles departing January 14th.
Sailing year-around from Miami, the Carnival Victory provides a fun and affordable option for cruises to the Bahamas and Caribbean.
Launched in 2015, Vista is one of Carnival’s newest and largest ships and includes lots to keeps passengers busy, including a water park and IMAX theater.
Celebrity’s sophisticated Eclipse was refurbished in 2015. The ship still has great restaurants and a real grass lawn, plus new craft cocktail and craft beer bars.
Multiple dining options, the Canyon Ranch Spa Club, and a green grass lawn on the top deck are just some of what awaits passengers on the Celebrity Equinox.
Nobody does family-friendly cruising quite like Disney. The Disney Magic currently splits its cruising season between Miami and New York.
Divina, operated by Italian cruise line MSC, provides Caribbean cruises with a European flair.
Norwegian Bliss launches in 2018 and offers cruisers a wealth of entertainment, dining, and accommodation options.
The Norwegian Breakaway is a large, modern cruise ship with interesting features such as The Waterfront seaside promenade, a Thermal Spa Suite, and an activities deck that includes spectacular water slides and a challenging ropes course.
One of Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest and biggest ships, the Escape provides passengers with tons of entertainment, activity, and dining options.
The Norwegian Getaway is a big ship with lots of options for passengers, including 28 restaurants and multiple entertainment venues, plus ropes courses, a climbing wall, and a zip line.
The 2,402 passenger Norwegian Jade was refurbished in 2017, with new dining rooms and new furnishings. The Jade sails a variety of itineraries from Miami.
The Norwegian Sky sails a regular schedule of 3 & 4 night cruises to the Bahamas, plus 4 night cruise to Cuba. A free beverage package is included with all Norwegian Sky cruises.
The Norwegian Star, which only spends part of the season in Miami, offers a variety of cruises including one-way Panama Canal crossings to Los Angeles, Caribbean cruises, and Transatlantic crossings.
The Norwegian Sun is an occasional visitor to Miami, offering a variety of cruise itineraries.
Insignia underwent a multi-million dollar renovation in 2014. This is one of the smaller cruise ships, with capacity for just 684 guest. Private verandas are included with almost 70% of the staterooms.
Oceania offers a luxury mid-size cruise ship experience and a variety of cruise itineraries. Marina only occasionally sails from Miami.
The Oceania Regatta offers an intimate, classic cruising experience on a recently renovated ship. This 684 passenger ship pampers cruises with luxurious accommodations, fine dining, and great staff-to-guest ratio. Plus, nearly 70% of Oceania Regatta’s cabins have private verandas!
This upscale midsize ship offers fine dining and busy itineraries that include stops in ports the bigger ships can’t get to.
Refurbished in 2016, and with a guest capacity of just 684, Sirena offers an intimate small ship experience with multiple fine dining options, luxurious spa, and more.
One of the smaller ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet, the Empress of the Seas offers a more relaxed, intimate cruising experience.
The Enchantment of the Seas sails regular 3 and 4 night cruises to Bermuda, making it one of the prime options for quick vacation getaways.
The Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas sails short three & four night cruises to the Bahamas from Miami, beginning in 2018. With Voyager-class amenities and a 2018 renovation, the Mariner is a great option for a quick weekend south Florida cruise.
The Navigator of the Seas, refurbished in 2014, features a FlowRider surfing simulator, ice skating rink, and rock climbing wall, plus multiple specialty dining options and “Virtual Balconies” for inside cabins.
The Symphony of the Seas, launching in 2018, is the world’s largest cruise ship. The Symphony will sail regular weekly cruises from Miami beginning in November of 2018.
The Seven Seas Mariner is an all-suites ship. Each stateroom has a a private balcony, sitting area and walk-in closet.
This elegant smaller ship, which underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2016, provides luxury cruises to a wide variety of port of call.
Viking Sky is the third in Viking Cruises line of Ocean Ships. The ship has 465 cabins, all of which have private verandas. With a capacity of just 930 passengers, Viking Sky offers an intimate, small ship cruising experience.
Viking Star holds the honor of being the first of Viking Cruises’ Ocean Ships. The ship has 465 cabins, all of which have private verandas. With a capacity of just 930 passengers, Viking Star offers an intimate, small ship cruising experience.
Viking Sun is the fourth in Viking Cruises’ line of Ocean Ships. The ship has 465 cabins, all of which have private verandas. With a capacity of just 930 passengers, Viking Sun offers an intimate, small ship cruising experience.