Mexican Riviera Cruise Seasons

Posted June 19th, 2012

Wanting to know when the perfect time would be to set sail on a Mexican Riviera cruise? Here are the cruise seasons that will help you plan your next dream cruise holiday.

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High Season: Late January – mid-April & June – August

The pros and cons of sailing in season: The summer season is very popular with families, but there is less choice, as most cruise lines reposition their ships in Alaska for the summer.

Low/Shoulder Season: Early January and May & October – November

The pros and cons of sailing off season: The low/shoulder season offers a more adult-oriented atmosphere, with more variety in the cruises on offer. Early January and late April can be specially good value with smaller crowds on board.

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