Caribbean and Bahamian cruises out of Galveston, Texas
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Cruises from Galveston to San Juan
Looking for cruises from Galveston, Texas to San Juan, Puerto Rico?
The Port of Galveston, Texas welcomes many cruise ships throughout the year at Galveston’s cruise terminals offering best itineraries to the port of San Juan, Puerto Rico. San Juan is not only a departure port for many Southern Caribbean cruises, it’s also included as a port of call on a number of Eastern Caribbean cruises.
Learn about the San Juan cruise ports.
The “Port of San Juan” is the general name used to call various passenger and cargo facilities located in lands around the San Juan Bay (Bahía de San Juan). The port is composed of a total of sixteen piers, of which eight are used for passenger ships and eight for cargo ships. The port’s facilities, in addition to, Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport and the Cataño Ferry “Lancha de Cataño” services, are property of the Puerto Rico Ports Authority. Most Eastern and Southern Caribbean cruises include a stop in San Juan offering travelers an opportunity to experience a little bit of the magic of this extraordinary city. Cruise ship companies, such as Disney Cruise Line, Carnival Cruises and Royal Caribbean prefer this setting, and have made the San Juan one of their ports of call.
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Enjoy your cruise vacation to San Juan from Galveston.
San Juan tourist information. San Juan is the capital and largest city in the northeast of the island of Puerto Rico. It has a land area of about 76 square miles, and the city’s population is approximately 395,000. As an unincorporated[…]