Sailing From Costa Maya at Sunset

The benefit of the balcony room on a cruise ship is the view of the ocean. The opportunity experience the seas and watch the world pass by at any point of the day, especially at sunset. To experience the sunset at sea from the comforts of your cabin is a highlight from every cruise I’ve taken and my recent Norwegian Getaway experience, it was no different.

the balcony room of 12110 at sunset off the coast of Costa Maya on board the NCL Getaway Western Caribbean Cruise

Enjoying the Balcony at Sunset

Of course, the view of the sunset, in the west does depend on your room  – are you starboard or port side? Which direction are you sailing? Well, regardless of your cabin, with most cruise itineraries a circle both departing and returning to the same port, there is almost a guarantee one evening your balcony will have the sunset view.

Norwegian Getaway Sunset at Sea off Costa Maya

Coasta Maya Cruise Port

Cruise Ships in Costa Maya

During my recent sail on Norwegian Getaway through the western Caribbean, a voyage where no sunset moment would top my parents 50th anniversary sunset, I still was excited to retreat back to my cabin with a few cervezas, Dos Equis, (to make it interesting) from the bar when boarding the ship after my excursion to Chacchoben. I was prepared to watch the splendor of another sunset at sea.  Fortunately, I’d even have another one the following night when leaving Cozumel.

Sunset at sea in the Mexican Caribbean by Costa Maya on a Cruise Ship

Enjoying the sunset in the Mexican Caribbean.

Always great to enjoy the magic of the Mexican Caribbean. Happy Sunset Sunday.

Stay adventurous, Craig

This post is part of the Mexican March Madness series designed to educate, enlighten and entertain readers focusing on Mexico every March. Follow along in 2018 as we focus the diversity of Mexico Travel available to the traveler and tourist alike. Viva Mexico!


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