Get ready for seven days of refreshing cruising through the sea when you set sail with the Emerald Princess from Los Angeles and back.
Spending time at extremely rare cities like Mazatlan makes this cruise notable. This route is an interesting one for the Emerald, as it sails it only once.
Coming in at under $105 per day, this represents a really good value. We include all meals, entertainment, taxes, and fees in this, so that you can compare cruises easily.
The Emerald, based in the Mediterranean and refurbished just four years ago in 2015, is a highly-rated sizeable cruise ship that can carry comfortably more than 3,600 travelers.
The Emerald offers a basketball court, a spa, an outdoor movie theater, a jacuzzi, a minigolf course, a casino, and a gym.
Since it was first listed on December 31st of last year, the cost of this itinerary has fluctuated between $514 and $914 for a room, inclusive of $125 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph shows the cost over time for the various classes of cabin.
|$102.86 per day||$106.14 per day||$148.29 per day||$160.57 per day|
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This sailing spends three days in port and three days at sea. Highlights include a long stop in Puerto Vallarta in addition to visits to very uncommon destinations like Mazatlan.
|Sun, Feb 17||Los Angeles, CA||4:00pm|
|Mon, Feb 18||At Sea|
|Tue, Feb 19||Cabo San Lucas, Mexico||11:00am||8:00pm|
|Wed, Feb 20||Mazatlan, Mexico||7:00am||5:00pm|
|Thu, Feb 21||Puerto Vallarta, Mexico||7:00am||6:00pm|
|Fri, Feb 22||At Sea|
|Sat, Feb 23||At Sea|
|Sun, Feb 24||Los Angeles, CA||6:15am|
The Emerald sails this route once this year. The Splendor, Ruby, Royal, Miracle, and Joy also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.