Cruise options outside of Houston are limited. Only two cruise lines, Norwegian Cruise Line and Princess Cruises, sail from the port, and both sail seasonally only. Itineraries are strictly limited to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. If you're traveling from a Gulf port, consider traveling from the largest city in the state of Texas through the port of Houston.
Spend a few days before or after your cruise vacation in Space City, where you can find everything from the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center to a great barbecue. Houston is a fantastic place to start your cruise vacation, because the time you spend before boarding will be spent in incredible surroundings. Restaurants, bars, live music, movies and more line the streets, filled with intriguing personalities from all over.
Royal Caribbean International's Voyager of the Seas ship offers seven-day seasonal cruises from Galveston. Voyager of the Seas sets sail weekly for seven- and 14-day seasonal cruises. Seven-day cruises travel to Mexico and the Caribbean. Fourteen-day cruises take passengers to Spain.
Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Dream offers four- and five-day Eastern Caribbean cruises all year round. Houston has updated its cruise port in recent years, offering one of the most advanced experiences for travelers at the Bayport cruise terminal. Carnival Cruise Lines Conquest departs every Sunday from Galveston for seven-day cruises to alternate destinations, such as Montego Bay, Jamaica, Mexico and the Cayman Islands.