Miami Cruise Ships

View overlooking cruise ships at the Port of Miami

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.




Carnival Celebration
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Lines

The Carnival Celebration makes its debut in the Carnival Cruises lineup in November of 2022 and will sail five, six, and seven-day cruises from Miami to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.


Norwegian Encore
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Encore sails seven-night cruises to the Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, and The Bahamas. Enjoy speedy fun? Encore has a top deck cart track, complete with curves suspended over the side of the ship!


Norwegian Escape
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

One of Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest and biggest ships, the Escape provides passengers with tons of entertainment, activity, and dining options. The Norwegian Escape offers 7-night Caribbean cruises from Miami.


Carnival Conquest
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Lines

The Carnival Conquest is all about fun. This ship specializes in short 3 & 4 night cruises to the Bahamas and Mexico.


Carnival Freedom
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Lines

Lots of dining options, plenty of bars and entertainment, WaterWorks slides, and kids’ programs like Camp Ocean, make Carnival Freedom fun for cruises of all ages.


Carnival Horizon
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Lines

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
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Lines

The Carnival Magic is scheduled to sail from Miami in 2023 and 2024, with 7 & 8-night cruises to the Eastern and Southern Caribbean. One of Carnival’s Dream-class ships, the Carnival Magic is a large ship packed with entertainment and dining options for cruisers to enjoy.


Carnival Sunrise
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Lines

Originally named Carnival Triumph, this ship had a $200 million refurbishment in 2019 and was relaunched as Carnival Sunshine. Carnival Sunrise sails 4 to 5-night cruises from Miami to The Bahamas and the Eastern and Western Caribbean. The ship has a guest capacity of 2,984.


Azamara Quest
Cruise Line: Azamara Club Cruises


Norwegian Breakaway
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

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.


Oceania Marina
Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

Oceania offers a luxury mid-size cruise ship experience and a variety of cruise itineraries. Marina only occasionally sails from Miami.


Norwegian Bliss
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

The Norwegian Bliss spends summers in Alaska and winters in Miami, sailing a regular schedule of 7-night cruises to the Caribbean.


Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean

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.


Oceania Sirena
Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

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.


Seven Seas Mariner
Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

The Seven Seas Mariner is an all-suites ship. Each stateroom has a a private balcony, sitting area and walk-in closet.


Seven Seas Navigator
Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

This elegant smaller ship, which underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2016, provides luxury cruises to a wide variety of port of call.


Oceania Riviera
Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

This upscale midsize ship offers fine dining and busy itineraries that include stops in ports the bigger ships can’t get to.


Oceania Insignia
Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

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.


Norwegian Sky
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

The Norwegian Sky sails a regular schedule of 3 & 4 night cruises to the Bahamas, longer cruises to the Western and Eastern Caribbean. Norwegian Sky provides a relaxed cruising atmosphere with plenty of restaurants and lounges options.


Norwegian Getaway
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line

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.


MSC Divina
Cruise Line: MSC Cruises

Divina, operated by Italian cruise line MSC, provides Caribbean cruises with a European flair.


Disney Magic
Cruise Line: Disney Cruise Line

Nobody does family-friendly cruising quite like Disney. For Marvel fans, some Disney Magic cruises offer a Marvel Day at Sea!