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Mazatlán Cruise Ships 2017-2019
Mazatlan cruises and the best recommended shore excursions!

Mazatlán cruise ship arrival schedule 2017-2019

Azamara Club Cruises | Carnival Cruise Lines | Disney Cruise Line

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Download a free Mazatlan cruise ship arrival schedule 2017-2019Download a free 2017-2019 cruise ship arrival schedule and cruise line info

Mazatlan cruise ship iconEight cruise ship lines offer cruise vacations to Mazatlan during the 2017-2019 cruise seasons.

Major cruise lines include Carnival, Disney, Holland America, Norwegian and Princess.

In addition to the major lines, three smaller boutique cruise lines offer service to the port: Azamara Club Cruises, Phoenix Reisen and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

I've booked my cruise, what are the best things to do in Mazatlán on shore excursions?

The major cruise lines primarily operate 1800-3000 passenger ships, the smaller lines under 1000 passengers vessels.


Azamara Club Cruises

Telephone USA and Canada 305 341 0206

azamaraclubcruises.com


Carnival Cruise Lines

Telephone toll-free USA and Canada 800 764 7419

carnival.com

Carnival Miracle cruise shipCarnival Cruise Lines has frequent 7-day cruises to Mazatlan on their beautiful Carnival Miracle and Carnival Splendor.

The Carnival Miracle illustrates the luxurious cruising that Carnival is known for. This Spirit Class cruise ship was built in 2004 and manned by a crew of over 900 serving as many as 2100 passengers. These fun seven-day Mexican Riviera cruises depart from Los Angeles, California, with stops at the ports of Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.

Book a Carnival Cruise vacation cruise to Mazatlan today and enjoy the adventure of one of our many recommended shore excursions!


Disney Cruise Line

Telephone toll-free USA and Canada 800 951 3532

disneycruise.disney.go.com


Holland America Line

Telephone toll-free USA and Canada 877 932 4259

hollandamerica.com

MS Westerdam cruise shipHolland America Cruise Line has announced a number of cruises to Mazatlan on two of their most luxurious cruise ships: the MS Westerdam and the MS Oosterdam.

The MS Westerdam, pictured to the right, is a Vista Class cruise ship christened in 2004 with eleven passenger decks that accommodates over 1800 passengers and a crew of 800.

The MS Westerdam returned to Mazatlan in the Fall of 2014, with a departure from Vancouver that stopped in San Diego and then on down the magnificent Pacific Coast of the Americas.

MS Veendam cruise shipThe MS Oosterdam, pictured to the left, was re-fitted in 2011 and is a beautiful ship that also accommodates over 1800 cruise passengers and a crew of over 800.

Book a Holland America Line vacation cruise to Mazatlan today and enjoy the adventure of one of our many recommended shore excursions!


Norwegian Cruise Line

Telephone toll-free USA and Canada 866 234 7350

ncl.com

Norwegian Cruise Line has made a major commitment to Mazatlan vacation cruises, and has scheduled visits from two of their finest cruise ships: the Norwegian Sun and the Norwegian Bliss.

Norwegian Sun cruise shipThe Norwegian Sun, pictured to the left, is a Sky Class cruise ship christened in 2001 that can accommodate nearly 2400 passengers and a crew of nearly 1,000. The Norwegian Sun first arrived in Mazatlan in the Fall of 2015 on cruises that will originatde in Vancouver, Canada, with opportunities for passengers to board in San Diego and other ports along the Pacific coast of the United States.

Norwegian Jewel cruise shipThe Norwegian Jewel, pictured to the right, is a Jewel Class cruise ship christened in 2005 that can accommodate over 2300 passengers and a crew of nearly 1,100.

The Norwegian Jewel first arrived in Mazatlan in the Fall of 2014 on a cruise that originated in Vancouver, Canada with opportunities for passengers to board in Los Angeles. Book a Norwegian Cruise Line vacation cruise to Mazatlan today and enjoy the adventure of one of our many recommended shore excursions!


Phoenix Reisen

Telephone (Germany) +49 (0)228 9260-55

phoenixreisen.com


Princess Cruises

Telephone toll-free USA and Canada 800 774 6237

princess.com

Grand Princess Pacific Princess cruise shipsPrincess Cruises will be sailing four cruise ships to Mazatlan during the 2017-2019 cruise seasons: the Ruby Princess, Grand Princess and the Star Princess.

The Grand Princess was the largest and most expensive cruise ship ever when she was christened in 1998, and was the flagship of Princess Cruise Lines until June 2013. At over 950 feet in length and sporting 17 decks, this floating city can accommodate up to 3,100 passengers and a crew of 1,100.

Ruby Princess cruise shipThe Ruby Princess is a very large Grand Class cruise ship -- she was the heaviest ship in the Princess fleet until the christening of the new Royal Princess that was launched in 2008.

The Ruby Princess carries over 3000 passengers and 1200 crew, and boasts a whopping 19 decks.

Book a Princess Cruises vacation cruise to Mazatlan today and enjoy the adventure of one of our many recommended shore excursions!


Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Telephone 844 4REGENT (844 473 4368)

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Mazatlán Cruise Ship Shore Excursions

The good news and the bad news for cruise ship passengers on shore excursions in Mazatlan is the same simple fact: Mazatlan is a large, diverse, complex and fascinating city -- and in a single day a cruise ship passenger can only glimpse a tiny bit of it.



Take a shore excursion tour specifically designed for cruise ship passengers

Mazatlan has many experienced tour companies that have created city tours and other shore excursions that are tailored to the needs and time constraints of cruise ship passengers.

These tours are remarkably varied and range from island excursions and various outdoor adventures like ATV tours, banana boat rides, zip line canopy adventures, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, kayaking, parasailing, to private tours of Mazatlan and surrounding Rural Sinaloa communities.

Listings of our major tour companies can be accessed by clicking here.

But Mazatlan is a very accessible city for cruise ship passengers, and you don't necessarily need a tour guide to have a great shore break in it! We offer a few ideas about how to spend the day in Mazatlan -- and most of them are free!

Experience a Centro Historico shore excursion

Basilica Centro HistoricoSimply spending your day ashore in the Centro Historico is arguably one of the best shore excursions in Mazatlan -- and you don't need a tour guide to experience it!

The Centro Historico contains most of the truly historic colonial-era and latter 1800s buildings in Mazatlan -- including our magnificent Basilica -- but the Centro Historico is far more than history.

Within its maze of colonial-era streets entrepreneurs and homeowners have restored historic structures and created businesses that reflect Modern Mazatlan, opening restaurants, bars, cafés, art galleries that express the sensibilities of the countries of origin of their owners -- which is often not Mexico -- and that reflect a true international fusion of culture and artistic taste that is the Mazatlan Renaissance.

While most of our tour companies offer guided Centro Historico excursions designed for cruise ship passengers, mazatlantoday.net knows that the Centro Historico can be experienced by the independent traveler.

We have created a self-guided Centro Historico Walking Tour Map which can be downloaded below.

Download a free Centro Historico walking to map with descriptionsDownload a free self-guided Centro Historico Walking Tour map with descriptions!

Plaza Machado Centro HistoricoNote that the true heart of the Centro Historico is Plaza Machado, and it makes for a very good anchor for any shore excursion in the Centro Historico.

Also note that the tour includes 20 locations so -- unless you walk very fast; very relentlessly; don't hang out long in any of the art galleries, ditto for the art museum and the archaeology museum; skip eating at any of the many delicious Centro Historico restaurants or having a refreshing beverage at any of the bars (which would be a big mistake on all points) -- you will have to pick and choose your Centro Historico destinations on your shore excursion!

Hang out at the beach and walk the Malecon!

Cerritos beachWhile your cruise ship no-doubt has (several) lovely pools, there is nothing like sand underfoot and the tranquility of a really great beach.

Cruise ship passengers on shore excursions in Mazatlan have their choice of literally tens of miles of magnificent beaches that have draw visitors from around the world for over half a century.

The closest beach to the cruise ship docks is Olas Altas Beach, which is the southern end of the chain of Mazatlan beaches, and marks the western edge of the Centro Historico.

The Mazatlan Malecon -- the waterfront walkway / promenade / boardwalk -- stretches north along the beachfront for 13 miles, and beaches in Nuevo Mazatlan even further north, all the way to Playa Bruja!

Cruise ship passengers have two basic ways to access the beaches in Mazatlan: take a taxi (or walk) from the cruise ship docks to Olas Altas Beach and proceed north on foot, or take a Pulmonia, taxi, auriga or bus north to a beach they've selected.

Fishing at Playa Bruja beachIt is worth noting that the most classic beaches in Mazatlan form the western edge of the Golden Zone - Zona Dorada, and that the least developed beaches are at the northern edge of Nuevo Mazatlan.

Any beach in Mazatlan -- even Playa Bruja -- can be reached from the cruise ship docks in under 30 minutes by taxi or Pulmonia, so your shore excursion can really be about being at the beach and in the ocean, not about fun shore-time being eaten up getting to them!

Spend your shore day on Stone Island

Stone Island (Isla de la Piedra) has been a destination for Mazatlan cruise ship shore excursions for decades -- and for obvious reasons.

The beach at Stone Island

On your right as your cruise ship enters Mazatlan's port, Stone Island is technically not an island -- it is a peninsula located just off the south end of the coast of Old Mazatlan that can be reached by land from the east.

Beach Girl Stone Island Stone Island (Isla de la Piedra) is most often accessed by cruise ship passengers via a panga (small boat) ride across the channel from the cruise ship docks.

Stone Island definitely has a tropical island feel and, if you want to just kick back on your shore excursion, Stone Island is the place to do it!

Stone Island is known throughout Mexico for its unspoiled, long sandy beaches -- Mexico's third largest coconut grove follows the length of the southern beach -- which seem to disappear as they stretch to the horizon.

Because of the island's sheltered orientation, the beaches at Stone Island are usually calm, and the water often warmer than on Mazatlan's city beaches.

Gentle waves at Isla de la Piedra make for refreshing easy swimming, and the beach is the perfect place among to take in the hot Mexican sun.

Tourists and cruise ship passengers on Stone IslandThe first part of the Stone Island beach you encounter as you leave the panga docks is full of fun palapa restaurants. Many of these Stone Island restaurants and small businesses rent out ATVs, catamarans, banana boats, snorkeling equipment, and horses to cruise ship passengers on shore excursions.

Showers and volleyball courts are sometimes available from other Stone Island businesses -- sometimes free of charge -- making self-guided shore excursions to Stone Island inexpensive and stress-free.

More information about spending your shore excursion on Stone Island -- including recommended restaurants and maps -- can be found by clicking here.


Scheduled cruise ship arrivals in Mazatlán during the 2017-2019
Mexican Riviera cruise seasons


All cruise ship arrival dates are based upon published schedules of the eight cruise lines serving Mazatlan: Carnival, Disney, Holland America, Norwegian, Princess, Azamara Club Cruises, Phoenix Reisen and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Cruise ships from all eight of these lines typically dock between 7am and 8am, and set sail between 5pm and 6pm -- giving cruise passengers a nice full day to enjoy an exciting shore excursion in Mazatlan!

Our cruise information is presented as:

Arrival date / Day of week / Name of Ship / Shore hours / Cruise Line

For additional detailed information about cruises to Mazatlan including booking and cabin prices, we suggest you contact the individual cruise lines directly through their websites or by phone!

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Download a free Mazatlan cruise ship arrival schedule 2017-2019Download a free 2017-2019 cruise ship arrival schedule and cruise line info


October 2017 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

10 October / Tuesday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

11 October / Wednesday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

17 October / Tuesday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

18 October / Wednesday / Disney Wonder / 8am - 4:45pm / Disney Cruises

18 October / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises


November 2017 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

1 November / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

9 November / Thursday / Emerald Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

14 November / Tuesday / Carnival Miracle / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

15 November / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

22 November / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

27 November / Monday / Westerdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

28 November / Tuesday / Carnival Miracle / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

30 November / Thursday / Emerald Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises


December 2017 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

4 December / Monday / Westerdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

4 December / Monday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

13 December / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

14 December / Thursday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

19 December / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

20 December / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

23 December / Saturday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

26 December / Tuesday / Carnival Miracle / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

26 December / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

27 December / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

30 December / Saturday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line


January 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

2 January / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

3 January / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

3 January / Wed / Seven Seas Navigator / 8am - 4pm / Regent Seven Seas

6 January / Saturday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

8 January / Monday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

9 January / Tuesday / Carnival Miracle / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

10 January / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

13 January / Saturday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

17 January / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

18 January / Thursday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

21 January / Sunday / Amadea / 8am - 6pm / Phoenix Reisen

24 January / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

30 January / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

31 January / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises


February 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

6 February / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

7 February / Wednesday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

7 February / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

11 February / Sunday / Azamara Quest / 7:30am - 3:30pm / Azamara Club

12 February / Monday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

13 February / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

14 February / Wednesday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

14 February / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

22 February / Thursday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

27 February / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

28 February / Wednesday / Oosterdam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line


March 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

6 March / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

7 March / Wednesday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

7 March / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

13 March / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

15 March / Thursday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

19 March / Monday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

22 March / Thursday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

27 March / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

29 March / Thursday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line


April 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

3 April / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

5 April / Thursday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

10 April / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

11 April / Wednesday / Ruby Princess / 7am - 5pm / Princess Cruises

24 April / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises


May 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

1 May / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

1 May / Tuesday / Seven Seas Mariner / 8am - 6pm / Regent Seven Seas

8 May / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

22 May / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

29 May / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

29 May / Tuesday / Seven Seas Navigator / 8am - 4pm / Regent Seven Seas


June 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

5 June / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

19 June / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

26 June / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises


July 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

3 July / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

17 July / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

24 July / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

31 July / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises


August 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

14 August / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

21 August / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises


September 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

11 September / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

18 September / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

25 September / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises


October 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

9 October / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

10 October / Wednesday / Disney Wonder / 8:30 am - 4:45pm / Disney

10 October / Wednesday / Norwegian Bliss / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

16 October / Tuesday / Star Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

17 October / Wednesday / Norwegian Bliss / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

20 October / Saturday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

24 October / Wednesday / Eurodam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

24 October / Wednesday / Norwegian Bliss / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

30 October / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

30 October / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

31 October / Wednesday / Norwegian Bliss / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line


November 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

6 November / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

7 November / Wednesday / Eurodam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

14 November / Wednesday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

20 November / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

20 November / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

27 November / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

27 November / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises


December 2018 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

4 December / Tuesday / Eurodam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

4 December / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

9 December / Sunday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

11 December / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

12 December / Wednesday / Eurodam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

16 December / Sunday / Crystal Serenity / 7am - 5pm / Crystal Cruises

18 December / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / 8am - 5pm / Carnival Cruises

18 December / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

18 December / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

19 December / Wednesday / Eurodam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line

19 December / Wednesday / Grand Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

25 December / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / 8am - 5pm / Norwegian Cruise Line

25 December / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / 8am - 6pm / Princess Cruises

27 December / Thursday / Eurodam / 8am - 6pm / Holland America Line


January 2019 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

1 January / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

1 January / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

1 January / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

3 January / Thursday / Eurodam / TBD / Holland America Line

8 January / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

8 January / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

9 January / Wednesday / Eurodam / TBD / Holland America Line

13 January / Sunday / Grand Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

15 January / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

16 January / Wednesday / Eurodam / TBD / Holland America Line

22 January / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

23 January / Wednesday / Grand Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

23 January / Wednesday / Eurodam / TBD / Holland America Line

29 January / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

29 January / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

30 January / Wednesday / Eurodam / TBD / Holland America Line


February 2019 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

5 February / Tuesday / Ruby Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

12 February / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

14 February / Thursday / Balmoral / TBD / Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines

17 February / Sunday / Grand Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

18 February / Monday / Artania / TBD / Phoenix Reisen

19 February / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

20 February / Wednesday / Emerald Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

26 February / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

27 February / Wednesday / Grand Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises


March 2019 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

5 March / Tuesday / Norwegian Star / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

12 March / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

13 March / Wednesday / Norwegian Star / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

19 March / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

20 March / Wednesday / Norwegian Star / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

20 March / Wednesday / Nieuw Amsterdam / TBD / Holland America Line

26 March / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

26 March / Tuesday / Grand Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

26 March / Tuesday / Royal Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

27 March / Wednesday / Norwegian Star / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

27 March / Wednesday / Nieuw Amsterdam / TBD / Holland America Line


April 2019 Cruise Ship Arrivals in Mazatlán

2 April / Tuesday / Royal Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

3 April / Wednesday / Nieuw Amsterdam / TBD / Holland America Line

9 April / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

9 April / Tuesday / Royal Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

9 April / Tuesday / Eurodam / TBD / Holland America Line

17 April / Wednesday / Nieuw Amsterdam / TBD / Holland America Line

18 April / Thurday / Norwegian Bliss / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

23 April / Tuesday / Carnival Splendor / TBD / Carnival Cruises

23 April / Tuesday / Royal Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises

24 April / Wednesday / Nieuw Amsterdam / TBD / Holland America Line

25 April / Thursday / Norwegian Bliss / TBD / Norwegian Cruise Line

30 April / Tuesday / Royal Princess / TBD / Princess Cruises


Mazatlán cruise ship arrival schedule 2017-2019

Azamara Club Cruises | Carnival Cruise Lines | Disney Cruise Line

Holland America Line | Norwegian Cruise Line | Phoenix Reisen

Princess Cruises | Regent Seven Seas Cruises



2017-2019 Port of Mazatlan Mexico cruise ship arrival schedules, descriptions of ships and cruises, and the best recommended shore excursions and day tours for passengers in 2017, 2018 and 2019!

HOMEPAGE

Theaters, concerts, cultural calendar

Venados de Mazatlan 2017-2018 - español

Day of The Dead • Dia de Los Muertos 2017

2018 Mazatlan Carnival - español

Spring Break in Mazatlan 2018

Easter Week • Semana Santa 2018 - español

Mazatlan Intl Motorcycle Week 2018 - español


316 RECOMMENDED MAZATLAN RESTAURANTS, BARS AND PLACES TO EAT OUT IN 2017

38 Seafood restaurants

47 Mexican Restaurants

51 International and Fusion restaurants

8 Steaks, Ribs, BBQ restaurants

19 Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Asian

33 Pizzerias and pizza places

36 Burgers, Hot Dogs, Wings

20 Ice Cream Parlors, Gelato and Brownies!

12 Vegetarian dining recommendations

15 Rural Sinaloa restaurants

22 Bars with popular menus! - español

19 Coffee Shops with top rated menus!

7 Juice Bars

Street Food in Mazatlan


SIGHTSEEING ON MAZATLAN VACATIONS IN 2017 (español)

Centro Historico

Free Centro Historico Walking Tour - español

Plaza Machado

Angela Peralta Theater

Basilica de La Inmaculada Concepcion

The Malecon

Cliff Divers

Fine Art Museum

Archaeology Museum

Pedro Infante Museum - español

Pino Suarez Market

Acuario Mazatlan Aquarium

Carpa Olivera saltwater public pool

El Faro Lighthouse

Bosque de La Ciudad central city park

Estero del Yugo nature preserve

Cruise Ship Arrivals and things to do

Tours and passenger excursions


DAY TRIP DESTINATIONS NEAR MAZATLAN (español)

El Quelite

La Noria

Meseta de Cacaxtla and Barras de Piaxtla

Las Labradas Petroglyphs

San Ignacio

Lake El Salto

Cosala

Reserva Nuestra Señora Mundo Natural

Mexico Federal Highway 40D - español

Victoria de Durango, Durango

Concordia

Copala

El Rosario

Playa Caimanero

Teacapan / Playa Espiritu

Stone Island - español

Deer and Goat Islands

Bird Island


BEACHES IN MAZATLAN - español

Sport Fishing, ocean and Bass lake trips

Golf Courses and driving ranges - español

Bike Rental, Repair, Sales, Tours

Fitness, Exercise, Yoga

Water Sports


SHOPPING, STORES, SERVICES

Art, Artists and Artwalk 2017-2018

Jewelry Stores

Spa and Salon

Veterinarians, Pet Care and Shelters

Real Estate MLS


HOTEL, RESORT, B&B AND RV PARKS IN AND NEAR MAZATLAN

15 Budget Hotels

33 Mid-range Hotels and Resorts

21 Luxury Resorts and Hotels

8 RV Trailer Parks


AIRLINE FLIGHTS AND AIRPORT

Car Rental

Pulmonia and Taxi

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