We recommend parking in a paid lot when you take your cruise — NOT searching for street parking. Galveston is a relatively safe town, but any car left on the street unattended for several days is a magnet for a break-in or vandalism. Luckily, there are many parking options.
Note: All of the parking lots featured here offer a prepaid online option at a discounted rate. All lots also accept credit cards.
Flying into a Houston airport for your cruise? Or maybe you simply don’t feel like dealing with the hassles of driving and parking. No matter the reason, there are plenty of options for reaching Galveston without having to take your car.
Thousands of people every year fly into Houston-area airports in order to cruise out of Galveston. So what’s the best way to get from Hobby or Intercontinental Airport to the terminal? Luckily, there are plenty of options…
- Getting from Houston Airports to Galveston Crusie Terminal
- Transfer from Houston to Galvston
- shuttle from hobby to galveston
- Shuttle from IAH to Galveston
- Galveston cruise transfer
- Galveston Cruise transportation
- Galveston transportation
- galveston cruise shuttle
- galveston cruise terminal
- transfer from houston airport to galveston port
- transfer from houston airport to galveston cruise port
Galveston city officials are elated at the news that Royal Caribbean cruise line's Navigator of the Seas will launch year-round cruises from the island next year, extending its previous winter and spring sailing.
The 3,114-passenger cruise ship is set to undergo extensive renovations in February 2014 that will add a FlowRider surf simulator and dining venues like Giovanni's Table, Park Café and Izumi Asian Cuisine. The drydock revitalization also will add new features such as Virtual Balconies for select interior staterooms, and new panoramic oceanview staterooms with full-length, floor-to-ceiling windows, among other improvements.
Following is the full text of the Passenger Bill of Rights, as adopted by CLIA’s members unanimously.
The Members of the Cruise Lines International Association are dedicated to the comfort and care of all passengers on oceangoing cruises throughout the world. To fulfill this commitment, our Members have agreed to adopt the following set of passenger rights: