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Carnival Glory Cruise Ship
Carnival Glory Cruise Ship

Cruises To & From New Orleans

Extend your vacation by enjoying New Orleans before or after your cruise

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.

Norwegian Cruise Lines
Norwegian Breakaway

Cruise Lines Information


Carnival Cruise Line
Erato Street Terminal

  • Carnival Glory, 6 or 8 nights, Jan - March, Western and Eastern Caribbean
  • Carnival Valor, 4 or 7 nights, year round, Western Caribbean
  • Carnival Liberty, 6, 7 or 14 nights, May - Dec, Western and Eastern Caribbean & Panama

Disney Cruise Line
Erato Street Terminal

  • Disney Magic, 4, 5 or 7 nights, Jan - March, Western Caribbean

Norwegian Cruise Line
Julia Street Terminal

  • Norwegian Breakaway, 7 nights, Jan - March, Western Caribbean
  • Norwegian Getaway, 7 nights, December, Western Caribbean

Royal Caribbean
Julia Street Terminal

  • Brilliance of the Seas, 7 nights, Oct - December, Western Caribbean



American Cruise Lines
Thalia Street Wharf

  • American Heritage, 6 nights, April - May & Oct - Nov
  • American Serenade, 6 & 7 nights, October - December
  • American Melody, 6 nights, Feb - May & Aug - Sep & Nov - Dec
  • American Splendor, 7 nights, Feb - July & Nov
  • American Symphony, 7 nights, March - April & August & Oct - Dec

Viking River Cruises
Orange Street Wharf

  • Viking Mississippi, 7, 11, 14 21 nights, Feb - July & Sept - Dec

More Cruise Resources

Before and After Your Cruise

  • Extend your vacation by exploring everything New Orleans has to offer before setting sail on your cruise.
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