New Year’s Eve Cruise From Miami Aboard the Carnival Splendor

Ring in 2018 with a New Year’s Eve cruise from Miami aboard the Carnival Splendor.

Carnival¬† Spendor’s December 31st cruise from Miami departs at 4:00 p.m. You’ll spend New Year’s Eve at sea on your way to the ship’s first destination of the Princess Cays in the Bahamas, where you can spend the first day of 2018 soaking up the sun on white sandy beaches. The ship then sails on to Grand Turk, San Juan Puerto Rico, and Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic before returning to Miami.¬† Continue reading

Carnival Magic Will Cruise From Miami Beginning in 2018

The Carnival Magic will home port in Miami beginning September of 2018. Once in Miami, Carnival Magic will alternate between 7-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

Magic will be filling the spot in Carnival’s Miami fleet currently held by Carnival Vista, which is shifting to Galveston in 2018.

The Carnival Magic is a Dream-class ship with a wealth of activity and dining options for cruisers. Continue reading

Norwegian Star’s Cruises from Miami to Los Angeles

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Star moves around a lot. The ship doesn’t stay in one port for long, but catch the Star while in Miami and you can choose from a variety of unique itineraries.

Although the Star does sail a few 7-night Caribbean cruises from Miami, its niche is the longer one-way cruise.

The Norwegian Star has six Pacific Coastal cruises scheduled from Miami December 2017 РFebruary 2019. These two-week one-way cruises from Miami to Los Angeles cross the Panama Canal and have West Coast ports of call not often included in cruises from Miami, such as Acapulco and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.  Continue reading