Mazatlan Cruise Reviews

Mazatlan Cruise Port
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Mazatlan Overview
Long a favorite of cruisers (the port was one of the original Princess stops made famous by "The Love Boat"), Mazatlan hopes to reclaim its position as the Mexican Riviera's "pearl of the Pacific." ...
TheBees98
07/17
City is questionable This is where we had trouble with our "golf cart driver" Tried to rip us ... Read more
Rynos029
06/17
Was not real happy with Mazatlan. Dirty and just not real enjoyable. Would not choose to go there again. Read more
tysidaho
05/17
Mazatlan was added to the itinerary a few weeks before embarkation. The town had clearly undergone some ... Read more
CorazonSarne
05/17
Enjoyed the Cathedral and the folkdancers Read more
brennan656
05/17
Hired a taxi. Great way to see the sites at an affordable cost and at your own pace. Read more
SteelPeart
04/17
An okay tour bus "run around" experience...but we were hit early and often by street vendors and ... Read more
norcalnick
04/17
We took a taxi from the port and the driver was kind enough to take us on a tour of the city for a few more ... Read more
5674
04/17
Easy to walk into town following the Blue Line. Volunteers to talk to along the way for suggestions of what ... Read more
lvlj65
04/17
The Mazatlan port was less busy than Puerto Vallarta. We had to wait for our tour guide for a bit and had a ... Read more
TBird879
04/17
Very impressed by the "blue shirt" ambassadors. May have a new retirement goal. Also like that you ... Read more
sunmus
04/17
Mazatlan was sort of spotty. The port is on the opposite side of town from the "golden zone," which ... Read more
csbutler1013
04/17
We chose to not do an excursion here. We tried to change, but were unable to so we chose to stay on the ship. ... Read more
candyhogan
04/17
7 of us took a van to see the cliff divers, then on to a resort beach. We rented 2 umbrellas , 7 chairs from ... Read more
Tiki Roost
04/17
There were a number of stores inside the port terminal that were fun to shop at. I bought an absolutely ... Read more
phoebe2m
04/17
Nice city. Saw the cathedral, market, Panama bakery, ocean views. Read more
mauimama48
04/17
We walked from the terminal to the ferry for Stone Island, a short ten minute walk. The Ferry is a small ... Read more
jkinluv
04/17
This port was very friendly and probably the most "down to earth" with the level of poverty in ... Read more
oski65
04/17
Nice views of the city, good stops to shop and walk around. Read more
oski65
04/17
Shopping and lunch at El Capitan on the beach. Good food, nice breeze. Read more
Xertes
04/17
Got off, walked around outside the ship to stretch our legs, got back on the ship. Read more
Markanddonna
04/17
Mazatlan is like so many other Mexican cities. They all sort of look alike. Read more
Markanddonna
04/17
Lots of tipping and visiting the tour guides favorite stores and eating places... Read more
Markanddonna
04/17
Another Mexican church... pretty and well maintained. Read more
marlowe
04/17
We found the "blue shirts" volunteers who help guide and explain. We found a wonderful open taxi ... Read more
azteachergal
04/17
The pier at Mazatlan is a working ship yard with lots of containers. While it is kind of interesting, it's ... Read more
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