Many major cruise lines offer voyages from California. They span the range from affordable fun to exclusive luxury.
Carnival Cruise Line: The "fun ships" of Carnival Cruise Line are popular with young families and couples. Short cruises to Mexico are their trademark, but they also go to Hawaii.
Celebrity Cruises: Sophisticated ships for adults who appreciate real style. Cruise to Alaska or through the Panama Canal.
Crystal Cruises: An award-winning luxury cruise line. Take a world cruise, sail up the California Coast, or go on an adventure to the South Pacific.
Cunard Line: Historic luxury cruise line. Sail on a mega-liner to Australia, New Zealand or Florida.
Disney Cruise Line: Disney is all about young children, of course. There are areas of the ship exclusively for adults too. Enjoy a quick getaway cruise or go to the beaches of Mexico.
Holland America Line: Traditional luxury cruises. Holland America specializes in long voyages to exotic destinations such as the South Pacific, South America, and Australia.
Norwegian Cruise Line: Very casual "freestyle cruising". Relax and enjoy a trip to Mexico, South America, or through the Panama Canal.
Oceania Cruises: Luxury cruises on mid-size ships. Port-intensive with longer stays and more overnights.
Princess Cruises: Princess cruises are heavily identified with cruises out of California. They have loads of ships offering cruises up the Coast, to Mexico, Hawaii, South America, Alaska, Australia, or around the world.
Regent Seven Seas: All-inclusive cruises on all-suite ships. Travel to destinations around the world.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line: Affordable, innovative cruises. Their ships are some of the largest and have many unique features. California coastal and Panama Canal cruises.