Three Cruise Lines to Set Sail

Report from Los Angeles’ World Cruise Center

Three cruise lines have homeport agreements with the Port of Los Angeles during the Spring/Summer 2009 cruise seasons.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines’ Mariner of the Seas offers seven-day cruises to the Mexican Rivera. With a total length of 1,020 feet, a weight of 138,000 tons and a capacity to hold 3,114 passengers, Mariner of the Seas has something for everyone. Part of the Voyager class of cruise ships, which represents the highest public space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market, this spectacular ship was designed with enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and state-of-the-art recreational facilities like a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink and basketball court.

Princess Cruise Lines’ Sapphire Princess offers seven-day cruises to Mexico. The Sapphire Princess is a jewel on the high seas – filled with innovative features and luxurious amenities. Swim in one of four sparkling pools, shop the boutiques or get a massage in the Lotus Spa. Dine casually on pizza and burgers or more elegantly in one of the many formal dining rooms and specialty restaurants. The Golden Princess offers 14-day cruises to Hawaii. It features three formal dining rooms, three state-of-the-art show lounges, a world-class art collection, a variety of pools, a nine-hole putting course, a kid’s video game arcade, and more than 700 balcony staterooms.

Norwegian Cruise Lines’ Norwegian Star offers seven-day cruises to Mexico.Regular calls are also made by Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Seabourn Cruise Line and Silver Sea Cruises.

If you need additional informaiton about any cruises, contact CrusieBuzz at Cruise Holidays & Vacations from Cruise Holidays of Mission Viejo: 949-215-6700;; email:

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