Here are the many cruise lines sailing in the Mediterranean Sea. Click on a cruise line name to get background information and learn about cruises that are available.
Carnival Cruise Line: Mediterranean cruises on the new Carnival Vista ship. It is loaded with fun features. Coming in summer 2016.
Celebrity Cruises: Mediterranean cruises on beautiful "Solstice-class" ships. It's a premium line, meaning that it's upscale but not outrageously expensive.
Crystal Cruise Line: 2 luxury ships sailing the Mediterranean from March to December. For many years, Crystal has been voted the "World's Best Large-Ship Cruise Line" in Travel + Leisure's annual readers' survey.
Cunard Line: the world's best known cruise liners. The Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth ships offer luxury Mediterranean cruises.
Disney Cruise Line: offers voyages aimed directly at young families. On Disney your kids will enjoy the Mediterranean as much as you do.
EasyCruise: was the cheap and flexible passenger ferry cruise around the Greek Isles.
Holland America Line: has traditional elegant cruises at a moderate price. Most of the cruises are 10- to 28-days in length.
Norwegian Cruise Line: Mediterranean cruises on gigantic ships. They are affordable fun, and are known for "freestyle" choices in dining and activities.
Princess Cruises: a quality mainstream American cruise line that operates several ships in the Mediterranean from April to November. They focus on longer cruises of 12-days. Grand Mediterranean cruises and Greek Isles cruises fill the schedule.
Regent Seven Seas: is a high luxury cruise line with roomy all-suite ships. The Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager sail the Mediterranean from April to October. Most of the cruises are 10-nights.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line: offers a variety of Mediterranean cruises from April to November. A Royal Caribbean cruise is an active, fun voyage with value pricing. They are mainly 7-day cruises.
Seabourn: all-suite yachts lavishly appointed for just 104 couples. An unmatched level of service with virtually one staff for every guest.
Silversea: another small-ship ultra-luxury cruise line. They cruise to exotic ports and offer the most complimentary amenities.
Windstar Cruises: tall-masted sailing ships carry no more than 308 guests, and the ambience is sporting and refined like that of a private yacht. Many choices of Greek Isles cruises.