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[img]http://messages.cruisecritic.com/infopop/emoticons/icon_confused.gif[/img] Sure wld appreciate hearing from anyone who knows which cruiselines depart from (and possibly return to but not necessarily) NO? Interested in 7 - 10 day cruises. Thanks in advance & happy cruisin'!
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Carnival has a 5 day and a 7 day cruise from NOLA. We are currently booked on the 5 day in Sept.

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We took Royal Caribbean out of New Orleans.

Until the Constellation!
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There are several. NCL, RCCL & Carnival. Carnival is permanent and NCL & RCCL do Fall-Winter. RCCL just left. NCL & RCCL do have plans to have future permanent ships. Delta Queen does Mississippi river Cruises and American Barges (think that's the name) does Mississippi river cruises. Occasionally some other cruiselines makes NO a port of call.

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