The Gulf of Mexico catches the early morning sunlight, highlighting its ever-changing surface as seen from the deck of the cruise ship Carnival Magic.
The distinctive-shaped “whale tail” smoke stack of Carnival Cruise Lines’ ships as seen aboard the Carnival Triumph.
The main mast of the cruise ship Carnival Triumph, silhouetted by the orange and blue sky of the Gulf of Mexico sunrise.
The bubbling and splashing waters of the main channel of the Port of Galveston, Texas, as seen from an upper deck of the cruise ship Carnival Magic as it makes a 180-degree turn to head out to the Gulf of Mexico.
The sun rises over the Atlantic Ocean somewhere east of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas—the largest passenger ship ever built—docked at Cozumel, Mexico.
The sun sets on the Pacific Ocean off of Graham Island, British Columbia.
The first light of the sun begins to creep over the horizon somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico.