If you’re planning on spending Christmas Day 2022 on a cruise, now is a good time to look into your available options.
A Christmas cruise is a great way to spend the holiday with friends and family – and you don’t have to do any of the preparation or cooking! Carnival, Celebrity, Disney, Norwegian, Oceania, and Royal Caribbean all have cruise departures from Miami, Florida for Christmas of 2022. Some of these cruises also include New Year’s Eve and New Years Day!
2022 Christmas Cruises from Miami, Florida
December 17 -28, 2022 – Oceania Insignia – 11 Night Cruise to Tortola, St. Johns (Antigua), Bridgetown (Barbados), Fort-de-France (Martinique), Gustavia (St. Barts), San Juan (Puerto Rico), Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic).
December 19 – 27, 2022- Carnival Celebration – 8 Night Cruise to Grand Turk (Turks & Caicos), Amber Cove (Dominican Republic), San Juan (Puerto Rico), and St. Thomas (US Virgin Islands).
Oceania Cruises is running a special offer promotion on their 2019 Miami to Miami World Cruise aboard the Oceania Insignia.
The special OLife Choice Promotional Fare priced well below the brochure price and includes airfare, unlimited internet, and your choice of 72 free shore excursions, a free beverage package, or $7,200 shipboard credit.
On this world cruise, you’ll visit 39 countries, with overnight stays in Bali, Tokyo, Saigon, Bangkok, Luxor, Jerusalem, Lisbon, Bordeaux, and St. George! Continue reading
As the host of the 2016 summer Olympics, Brazil has been in the news a lot lately. This summer the world’s eyes will be on this South American nation.
Brazil is a beautiful place to visit and has miles and miles of shoreline, making it a great cruise destination. There aren’t too many cruises to from the United States to Brazil, but there are several available each year, and some of those sail from Miami. World Cruise Central has a list of cruises to Brazil from the United States, including departures from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, New York, and Los Angeles.
Three 2016 Miami cruise departures listed at World Cruise Central include a November 26 departure aboard Regent Seven Seas’ Seven Seas Navigator for a 25 Night Villages of the Amazon that includes several ports of call in Brazil; a September 29 departure aboard Oceania Cruises’ Insignia for a 73-Night Round Trip from Miami; and a November 29 departure aboard Oceania Cruises’ Regatta for a 23 Night South America Cruise that includes ports of call in Santarem, Boca Da Valeria, Manaus, and Parintins Brazil Continue reading