Inexpensive Cruises from Galveston


The Ultimate Guide to Cruise Excursions
Call Us Now
Request Info

AB Seas Sales & Rentals is the best place to find inexpensive cruises from Galveston. We offer great deals when you combine one of these luxurious cruises with a stay in our resorts.

Offered year-round, Galveston cruises typically range from four to eight days in length and call on ports in the Bahamas, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America. There may also be one or more transatlantic cruises annually, sailing between Galveston and a European port.

The Galveston cruise pier is accessible to guests arriving by car or air and is located approximately one hour and a half by car from Bush Intercontinental Airport and approximately forty-five minutes from Houston Hobby Airport.

 

Compare Reviews for Cruise Lines

Cruising can be an inexpensive way to visit multiple destinations around the world. Every ship travels from port to port, without the hassle and discomfort of airline travel. They also offer excursion options for vacationers to take tours and see the sights of their port destinations safely and easily.

The cruise line you choose will depend on the type of vacation you are taking. You’ll find many family- friendly cruises from Galveston, as well as cruises that cater to an adults-only crowd. Since cruises are all inclusive and the price per night is usually less than many hotel accommodations, it is hard to beat the value of a cruise vacation.

 

 

Check out these travel options from these popular cruise lines that leave from Galveston. With so much variety, you’ll get the vacation experience you’re looking for.

 

Port of Galveston Cruises

 

With Disney cruises, it’s all the little extras included that add up to the most magical vacation of your life.

On each and every departure aboard all four Disney Cruise Line ships, amazing kid’s clubs and private, immersive clubs for tweens and teens will entertain all ages from sunup until long after sundown, boasting the longest complimentary hours at sea. Adults may indulge in exclusive adults-only areas, including a nighttime entertainment district and fine dining venues. Disney Cruise Line offers one-of-a-kind rotational dining, where guests may experience three amazing restaurants, with the same server at each one. 24-hour room service as well as soda, coffee and tea with your meal is also complimentary! And if that weren’t enough, there are also Broadway-style musicals, first run films, special moments with Disney Characters, themed deck parties, a state-of-the-art fitness center and spacious family-friendly accommodations. Best of all, Disney Cruise Line offers an acclaimed level of Disney service.

DISNEY WONDER

LENGTH– 965′  LAUNCHED- FEB 1998  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 2400 DECKS 11

Disney Wonder is a cruise ship operated by Disney Cruise Line. She was the second ship to join the Disney fleet on entering service in 1999. Wonder is of the same class as Disney Magic.

 

 

Royal Caribbean International emphasizes new experiences. This cruise line was the first to install a rock wall on every ship in its fleet, and each and every ship is jam-packed with fun activities just like this. Restaurants, bars and lounges, shopping, entertainment and sports and spa facilities are guaranteed to make each guest’s vacation unforgettable. Kids ages 3 to 17 will enjoy Royal Caribbean’s Adventure Ocean youth program and teen facilities, which feature age-appropriate activities and amenities in a kid-friendly environment. The DreamWorks® Experience is also featured on every Allure of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, and Anthem of the Seas sailing, and includes character parades and photo opportunities, character meals, 3-D movies in the ship’s onboard theater and a dedicated DreamWorks® channel in each stateroom.

 

LIBERTY OF THE SEAS

LENGTH– 1112′  LAUNCHED- MAY 2007  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 3798 DECKS-18

Liberty of the Seas is a Royal Caribbean International Freedom-class cruise ship which entered regular service in May 2007. It was initially announced that she would be called Endeavour of the Seas, however this name was later changed.

ADVENTURE OF THE SEAS

LENGTH– 1021′  LAUNCHED- JAN 2001  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 3807 DECKS-12

Adventure of the Seas is a Voyager-class cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International. The vessel was launched and entered service in 2001.

GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS

LENGTH– 915′  LAUNCHED- MAR 1996  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 2446 DECKS-11

Grandeur of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. Features include a full-service spa, six whirlpools, an outdoor jogging track and a number of bars and restaurants.

ALLURE OF THE SEAS

LENGTH– 1188′  LAUNCHED- NOV 2009  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 5400 DECKS-11

Allure of the Seas is an Oasis-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. As of 2018, the Oasis class ships were the largest passenger vessels ever in service.

INDEPENDENCE OF THE SEAS

LENGTH– 1112′  LAUNCHED- APRIL 2008  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 4560 DECKS-19

Allure of the Seas is an Oasis-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. As of 2018, the Oasis class ships were the largest passenger vessels ever in service.

Carnival offers round-the-clock excitement on its “Fun Ships,” which are like floating resorts. There’s so much variety that you can be as high-spirited or as low-key as you want. You’ll find dozens of activities, top-notch Vegas-style revues and a variety of nightspots, from high-energy discos to cozy piano bars. Carnival ships boast some of the largest showrooms and best entertainment at sea, and their lively casinos provide hours of fast-paced action.

 

CARNIVAL VISTA

LENGTH– 1052′  LAUNCHED- JUNE 2015  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 4977 DECKS-15

Carnival Vista is a cruise ship operated by Carnival Cruise Line. She is the lead ship of her namesake class, which includes two additional Carnival ships, Carnival Horizon and Carnival Panorama, as well as two Costa ships, Costa Venezia and the upcoming Costa Firenze.

CARNIVAL BREEZE

LENGTH– 1004′  LAUNCHED- SEPT 2011  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 3690 DECKS-12

Carnival Breeze is a Dream-class cruise ship of Carnival Cruise Line which was laid down on 20 November 2008, launched on 16 September 2011 and completed on 3 June 2012

CARNIVAL DREAM

LENGTH– 1004′  LAUNCHED- OCT 2008  PASSENGER CAPACITY- 3646 DECKS-15

Grandeur of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. Features include a full-service spa, six whirlpools, an outdoor jogging track and a number of bars and restaurants.

 

 

With some of the newest ships in the industry, Norwegian Cruise Line currently boasts the youngest fleet among major North American cruise lines. Thanks to a wide range of revolutionary features, in addition to new spaces and interactive experiences meant to excite and inspire, you’re guaranteed a vacation like no other.

 

 

 

Cruise Terminal Locations

 Terminal Number 1
 2502 Harborside Dr.
Galveston, TX 77550
 Terminal Number 2
 2702 Harborside Dr.
Galveston, TX 77550

If you are using a GPS or map program, input the following information to find the correct location:

Cruise Terminals – 22nd Street and Harborside Drive

Parking Lots – 33rd Street and Harborside Drive

Lost and Found

The Port Cruise Terminal Staff turns over ALL items to each shore staff on a daily basis, no matter where or when it was found. Please contact the cruise line for inquiries regarding missing items. Carnival Cruise Line– You can send your inquiry to guestcare@carnival.com. Please provide a detailed description of the item(s) in question as well as the last place seen. Disney Cruise Line– (407) 566-3734 Royal Caribbean Cruise Line -(800) 256-6649