Live in Virginia or close to it? Or looking for a cruise leaving from Norfolk? Here are some options for you to consider.
Norfolk is a port on the East Coast of the US and is close to North Carolina border. Travelers from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York often are interested in departure from it.
Norfolk on the map:
Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival offers 2 destinations from Norfolk:
- Eastern Caribbean
- The Bahamas
Carnival ships that sail:
- Carnival Sunrise
- Carnival Radiance
There are 5,6 and 7 days cruises with them in 2019 and 2020. Please contact us for dates and availability.
Port of Norfolk
Driving to the port? Cedar Grove Parking will be the best option if you are going with Carnival:
Address: 1000 Monticello Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510
Phone: 757 664 6222
Useful to know:
- Parking fee – 15 dollars
- No reservation needed
- You pay upon entering the lot
- There are free shuttles to the Cruise Terminal
! Rates and Information is a subject to change.
Flying to Norfolk:
Distance to the port from airports:
- Norfolk International Airport – 15 minutes
- Newport News Airport – 30 minutes
Cruise lines that visit Virginia
! Here – only information about cruise lines that depart from somewhere else, but visit Norfolk:
- American Cruise Line
- Oceania Cruises
- Blount Small Ship Adventures
- Princess Cruises
- Scenic Cruises
- Silversea Cruises
- Norwegian Cruise Line
- Regent Seven Seas
- Crystal Cruises
Please contact us for booking a cruise that visit Norfolk, Virginia.
Norfolk is the second biggest city in Virginia and it has it’s attractions to see during a pre or post-cruise stay. Places to visit:
- Norfolk Botanical Garden
- Nauticus National Maritime Center
- Chrysler Museum of Art
- USS Wisconsin BB-64
- Town Point Park
And many others. More about attractions – on the page about Norfolk as a city to visit.