Many cruises out of Galveston. Always used Lighthouse Parking. Buy ticket on line and drive in. Park. Shuttle is right there to drop you at the curb. They load and unload bag. When you return, Lighthouse shuttle is right there to pick up up. Drive you to you car and unload. Fast, courtesy and safe parking. We don't walk and pull bags. Give them a shot. They have a web site. www.lighthouseparking.org
Some folks have expressed discontentment over cruising out of The Port Of Galveston, TX
We live in Fort Worth, TX. Thank You. . .thankyouverymuch!
For my wife and I, the Port Of Galveston works great for us. We cruise RCL Voyager Of The Sea; Carnival Conquest and Carnival Ecstasy. Don't have to fly anywhere and hassle overweight bags, airport hassle and transfers.
We always book parking on line at Lighthouse Parking and print out the receipt. Leave home on Satur... Read More
World's Largest and Most Revolutionary Cruise Ship Sails into her Home Port of Port Everglades Flanked by Ceremonial Maritime Escort
MIAMI, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Royal Caribbean International's newest cruise ship - the highly anticipated Oasis of the Seas - made her global debut today, arriving into her home port of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. following a 14-day transatlantic crossing from Turku, Finland. Hundre... Read More
Today, on 28 October 2009, STX Europe's Turku shipyard delivered the world's largest and most innovative cruise vessel to the U.S. cruise line Royal Caribbean International.
The Oasis of the Seas marks an unforeseen step forward in the development of cruise vessels and opens totally new prospects for cruise business. The gigantic size of the ship provides opportunities for a variety of novel functions. Bold design approach has generated new and exciting innovations with help of whi... Read More
Some time ago, I posted a blog, concerning the end of 3 and 4 day short cruises out of Long Beach Calif , to Santa Catalina Island, and Ensenada Mexico by Royal Caribbean cruise lines Would you like to see the Monarch of the Seas back on the west coast? I would. I addressed my request and concern to Adam Goldsteins blog site, and I hope he responds to it.