About Card Player Cruises

Cruising is an incredible experience and what makes it even better for poker players is our Vegas style card room conveniently located on ship. Not only do we provide poker games, tournaments and even beginner's seminars, but we also host private land excursions and fun events.

Jan Fisher

Jan Fisher started her poker career in 1977 when she moved from Seattle, Washington to Las Vegas, Nevada to become a poker dealer. Having dealt in many of the cardrooms in Las Vegas during about a 15-year period, Jan moved on to semi-professional playing and poker management.


Tell your friends and family about our exciting poker cruises and make money. We will pay you for every cruiser who uses your name when booking their cruise, as long as they are not a previous customer of ours. They cannot use any additional bonuses. Checks are sent after the cruise is completed. We must have your email address, physical address, and your phone number on file so we can pay you, or we can pay you on the cruise if you are going. We always have our Card Player Cruises referral cards on our cruises and will be happy to give you some.

Contact Us

To book your cruise, call (888) 999-4880 (toll-free in US) International: +1 (702) 655-0919

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm PST

Write us at:
Card Player Cruises
9030 W Sahara Avenue, Suite 661,
Las Vegas, NV, 89117


From the most professional poker room on the high seas to the most exciting shore excursions and activities, Card Player Cruises offers it all!

Linda Johnson

Linda Johnson, nicknamed the First Lady of Poker, has been a leading force in the poker world for much of her life. She began playing poker in the 70s after buying some poker books and teaching herself to play. Linda was immediately enthralled with poker and had a special ability for the game.

Mark Napolitano

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I have been an avid poker player since 1975. It wasn't until the late 90's, when I happened to be in Las Vegas during the WSOP at Binions Horseshoe that I realized I wanted poker to be a big part of the rest of my life. Since then I have played the main event of the World Series 7 or 8 times and have cashed twice.