NOTE: Although we try to a maintain an up-to-date list of ships that cruise to various destinations, cruise lines do sometimes make fleet and itinerary changes. Therefore, we recommend confirming cruise itineraries on the official cruise line websites.
Miami Ships that Cruise to Panama Canal
The following ships depart from Miami and offer cruises that include ports of call in Panama Canal.
The Norwegian Bliss spends summers in Alaska and winters in Miami, sailing a regular schedule of 7-night cruises to the Caribbean.See Norwegian Bliss cruise dates and fares at CruiseDirect
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.See Oceania Insignia cruise dates and fares at CruiseDirect
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.See Carnival Freedom cruise dates and fares at CruiseDirect
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!See Norwegian Encore cruise dates and fares at CruiseDirect
A go-cart track, aquapark, many specialty dining options, The Haven (luxurious suites with butler service!) make the Norwegian Joy stand out from the crowd.See Norwegian Joy cruise dates and fares at CruiseDirect
Norwegian Pearl sails a variety of itineraries from Miami, including partial transit round-trip Panama Canal cruises. Smaller than many of the newer NCL cruise ships, the Norwegian Pearl offers a less crowded, quieter cruise option while still providing plenty of activities, a variety of dining options, and special accommodations in The Haven.See Norwegian Pearl cruise dates and fares at CruiseDirect