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What cruise line travels to Cozumel overnight? Thank You... Happy

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Do you mean who stays docked in Cozumel overnight? Are you looking to be in Cozumel for 2 full days?

A cruise line that docked overnight.

A cruise line that docked overnight.

Not aware of any. I know Carnival overnights in Nassau on some of the older vessels but that is the only one I can recall overnighting at the dock of any cruise port.

Thank you. Happy

Recently the seas have been rough in the area and I know 2 ships (Edge and a Carnival ship) spent an overnight in Cozumel because the other Mexican port could not allow docking. But not aware of a regular overnight.

Thank You. Happy.

A few years ago Celebrity and maybe Princess tried overnight stays in Cozumel, and Carnival tried staying pretty late into the night there, but I haven’t noticed itineraries like that lately. A lot of the small-ship cruise lines like Azamara, Windstar and Silversea have overnight port stops on their itineraries, but they tend to frequent smaller ports that the big ships can’t get to. I’m sure someone will try overnighting in Cozumel again – we’ll keep a lookout for you. Happy

I know Carnival does some overnights in a few places...Bermuda, and Nassau are the 2 that stick out in my mind

Celebrity, RC, and Norwegian all overnight as well, but in Bermuda. Did 2 cruises on (on Celebrity and RC respectively) recently to Bermuda and on both cruises, we were overnighted there. On one of the cruises, the Norwegian Escape was docked behind us both days. Plus, I was originally booked on Norwegian Encore from NYC to Bermuda and we would have been in port for 3 days there.

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