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Cheapest Galveston Cruises: July 2015

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Galveston is a great cruise port because it is easy to find affordable airfare, and this location can be easily accessed from anywhere in the country. As well, with Carnival and Royal Caribbean sailing year-round, there is plenty of competition for your cruise dollars — meaning the cruise lines often cut prices to get you to sail with them.

If you are planning to go on a cruise in July 2015, then you should consider these cheap itineraries out of Galveston. Keep in mind that the prices are listed based on their price-per-day, so that you can compare the value of itineraries of different lengths. The prices below are for a single passenger in an interior stateroom.

Less Than $100 Per Day
The cheapest cruise itineraries during July can be found at a price of less than $100 per day, which is a great deal since it includes accommodation, food, and entertainment during the more expensive summer months.

Carnival Freedom, July 11th – 18th: Visiting Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel, this week-long cruise has an itinerary with unique destinations. Climb a waterfall in Jamaica, go swimming in Stingray City, or enjoy a day of scuba diving in Cozumel.

Carnival Freedom, July 25th – August 1st: With stops in Roatan, Belize City, and Cozumel, there’s something for everyone. This is the perfect itinerary for people who enjoy scuba diving or snorkeling, because all of the ports have great sea life to view. These stops are some of the most popular diving sites in the world.

Less Than $150 Per Day
While the cheapest cruises sail during July for less than $100 per day, there are quite a few Galveston cruises that fall within the $100 – $150 per day price range. Here are a few of our top picks:

• Carnival Triumph, July 18th – 23rd: Visiting Progreso and Cozumel, Mexico. This is the perfect itinerary if you want to get away for just a few days and enjoy the beautiful beaches in Mexico. With two days at sea in this cruise, there is plenty of time for both sightseeing and relaxation aboard the ship

• Navigator of the Seas, July 19th – 26th: This cruise visits Cozumel, Belize City, and Roatan, offering a great itinerary for scuba divers and snorkelers. This itinerary is similar to the cheaper Carnival Freedom cruise, but you will enjoy upgraded amenities aboard the ship. The ship was refurbished in 2014, so the new remodel is only a year old.

• Navigator of the Seas, July 12th – 19th: Visiting Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Falmouth, this unique itinerary shouldn’t be missed! The combination of the good ports of call as well as the beautiful ship (as well as a cheap price from Galveston) is the reason this cruise made it on our list.

If you’re interested in one of the cruises above, you can search Carnival’s schedule here and Royal Caribbean’s here.

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