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Cruises from Mobile
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Cruises from Mobile

There are not currently any cruises from Mobile available. However, there are cruises leaving from a couple of cities that are within driving distance of Mobile, Alabama (New Orleans, about a 2 hour and 20 minute drive; Jacksonville, about a 6 1/2 hour drive):

Cruises from New Orleans, LA
Cruises from Jacksonville, FL

We will post cruise deals and information online should cruises from Mobile become available again. For those wondering, Caribbean cruises is the itinerary typically offered from this city.

Taking a cruise from Mobile, Alabama is particularly popular among those that live in the area that's within driving distance of the Port of Mobile. Mobile, located on the Mobile River, is one of the cultural centers of the Gulf Coast and is the third most populated city in Alabama. Mobile is well known for its museums, historic architecture and fun Mardi Gras celebrations (occurring annually and dating back to the early 1700s).

Carnival Cruise Lines was the most recent cruise line to offer cruises from Mobile. Among the cruise options that used to be offered by Carnival were 4-, 5- and 7-night Western Caribbean cruises aboard Carnival Elation. The 4-night Western Caribbean itinerary typically included a port of call in Cozumel, Mexico, while the 5-night itinerary usually featured ports of call in Cozumel and Calica, Mexico. The ports of call that were usually featured on Carnival's 7-night Western Caribbean cruises were Cozumel, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; and Belize City, Belize.

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Driving times listed above are estimates, as they vary depending on traffic and road conditions.

Things to do in Mobile

These are just a few of the more popular tourist attractions in Mobile, along with a brief description:

♦ USS Alabama
History lovers taking a cruise from Mobile should consider visiting the Battleship Alabama. This 680-foot-long vessel (launched in 1942) served active duty for the United States military for 37 months during World War II, earning nine battle stars. It is now open to the public for tours, and is open every day except for Christmas. There is an admission fee, but children under 6 years of age are free (subject to change). Hours of operation vary by season.USS Alabama

♦ Mobile Museum of Art
Established in 1963, this museum features a wonderful collection of art (from all over the world), as well as various exhibits and educational programs. This venue is located in Langan Park (also known as Municipal Park), nearby the 100-acre Mobile Botanical Gardens and the 18-hole (public) Azalea City Golf Course.

♦ Bellingrath Gardens and Home
Open to the public since 1932, this 65-acre area consists of beautiful gardens and a historic 10,500 square foot home. Guests can take part in a self-guided walking tour while visiting this wonderful award-winning venue. Also available at this venue (between March and November) is as 45-minute cruise along the Fowl River, where you can learn about birding habits, ecological systems and the area's Civil War history. You should definitely consider a visit to this area before or after a cruise from Mobile.