Cruises in EnsenadaEdit This
Ensenada is often endearingly referred to as Baja’s “Love Boat” Port and is a bustling fishing and shipping port that is celebrated for its pristine beauty and eclectic tourist attractions. The Ensenada Cruise guide offers visitors information on the best cruise ideas to make the most of this picturesque coastal wonder.
Short Cruise Options
Carnival Cruise has a super 4-day Baja Mexico Cruise that commences from San Diego with stops at Catalina Island and Ensenada. There is also a special discount cruise offered by Carnival that starts from Los Angeles with stops again at Catalina and Ensenada. There are other 3-day Baja Mexico cruise options that stop exclusively at Ensenada. For a more stretched cruise that offers good value for money, try Carnival’s 5-day Baja Mexico from San Diego that halts at Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada. Visitors can take the 6-day Carnival Elation Cruise that embarks from San Diego and stops at Ensenada. The 5-night Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Sea Mexican Riviera Cruise is another nice pick for stopping at Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada.
The nine nights Silver Shadow Carnival Cruise is a great option commencing from Los Angeles with halts in Ensenada, Puerto, Vallarta, Cabo, San Lucas and San Diego. Another romantic cruise idea is the Couples Special 14 night roundtrip Hawaii-14 day roundtrip Los Angeles with stops in Hilo, Honolulu, Maui, Kauai and Ensenada. There is also a 12 day Hawaii Cruise offered by Carnival Cruises aboard the Carnival Spirit. It stops at all the above destinations and Kona. There is a 15 day and 19 day Circle Hawaii HAL Zaandam Cruise that commences at San Diego and Vancouver respectively and covers Honolulu, Kona, Hilo, Lahaina, Ensenada and a couple of other prime ports.
Super Long Cruises
For an extended and endless sea journey, take the Silver Spirit 91 days cruise that starts from Fort Lauderdale and stops at Montevideo, Gustavia, Port of Spain, Port Stanley, Los Angeles, San Diego, Puerto Vallarta, Panama Canal, Ensenada and a host of other ports. There are also other 88 day and 71 day cruises by the same organizers that start from Fort Lauderdale and cover the North American belt.
There are several cruise options to offer viewers a stunning sea voyage of the Mexican, North American sea stretch and many of them offer super themes and value for money discounts if booked well in advance.