Like the island paradises you’ll visit from your ship, New Orleans has magical foods, music, architecture, history and customs to discover. Don’t be surprised if this city of embarkation and debarkation turns out to be your favorite port. When you cruise from here, you really get two vacations in one.
Here is a rundown of the cruises originating and terminating in New Orleans:
Year-round 4- and 5-day cruises to Cozumel and Progreso, Mexico. Erato Street Cruise Terminal.
9-night seasonal cruises on the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Memphis Tennessee.
For parking and other portside information about any of the cruises arriving in or departing from New Orleans call the Port of New Orleans at 504-522-2551or visit their website www.portno.com.
From Central Business District:
Convention Center Blvd. to Henderson St., left on Henderson St. continue to Port of New Orleans Place, left on Port of New Orleans Place to Erato or Julia St. Terminals.
Exit at Business 90W/Westbank (locally known as Pontchartrain Expressway). Proceed to Tchoupitoulas St./South Peters St. exit, continue to Convention Center Blvd., right on Convention Center Blvd. continue to Henderson St., left on Henderson St. continue to Port of New Orleans Place, left on Port of New Orleans Place to visitor parking lot on right.