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This month begins our 25th year in business! To all of you that have made this possible, we offer up a big THANK YOU!!
 
 
 
 
 

60% Off October Offer

 Cruise must be booked between 10/1/18 – 10/31/18.
Offer applies to sailings departing on or after 11/1/18.

Offer includes 60% off cruise fare of second guest booked in the
same stateroom as first full-fare paying guest.

30% off cruise fare for third guests and higher booked in
the same stateroom as the first two qualified guests.



To book your cruise or to ask questions call (800) 889-7683
 
 
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Hurricane Michael forces cruise ships on Western Caribbean itineraries to reroute

A growing Hurricane Michael on Monday forced cruise ships carrying more than 10,000 passengers to alter course. 

Cruise giant Carnival's 2,980-passenger Carnival Glory skipped a call at Grand Cayman on Monday and remained at sea to avoid the storm. The ship departed Miami on Saturday on a seven-day voyage to the Western Caribbean. 

Also shifting course on Monday was Carnival's 2,754-passenger Carnival Freedom, which departed Galveston, Texas on Saturday on a seven-day Caribbean voyage. The vessel skipped a call at Mahogany Bay, Honduras and remained a sea. It'll call at Cozumel, Mexico on Tuesday and Belize on Wednesday.

A third Carnival ship, the 2,754-passenger Carnival Triumph, will sail an altered itinerary from New Orleans after it departs from that city late Monday. The vessel will reverse its scheduled calls, stopping Wednesday at Progreso, Mexico and Thursday in Cozumel.
RELATED:  Michael heads for Gulf Coast | Airlines begin allowing changes 

The approaching storm also has forced Norwegian Cruise Line to alter the itinerary of one of its biggest ships, the 4,248-passenger Norwegian Getaway. The Miami-based vessel will call Tuesday at Falmouth, Jamaica, in lieu of Roatan, Honduras. On Wednesday, it'll substitute a call at Grand Cayman for Costa Maya, Mexico. 
 
 
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 Royal Caribbean to celebrate 50th anniversary on world's largest cruise ship

Royal Caribbean is throwing itself a blow-out anniversary party, and you're all invited. 
The Miami-based cruise giant has revealed plans for a "50 Years Bold Birthday Cruise" to celebrate its 50th anniversary, which is taking place this year. 

Kicking off in Miami on November 2, 2019, the one-week voyage will take place on Royal Caribbean's new Symphony of the Seas — the world's largest cruise ship.

Billed as the "biggest, boldest birthday party ever," the cruise will feature special events and surprise performers, according to the line. It'll also include a stop at Royal Caribbean's soon-to-be-revamped private island, CocoCay, along with St. Maarten & San Juan.

Unveiled in March, the 228,081-ton Symphony of the Seas is built on the same platform as Royal Caribbean's 2-year-old Harmony of the Seas, the previous size leader in cruising. But it eclipses its sibling by more than 1,000 tons and offers several new features.

Among the additions are a first-of-its-kind, two-deck-high family suite with a slide between floors, a revamped Boardwalk amusement area, a new laser tag attraction and a new-for-Royal Caribbean seafood restaurant. Symphony also has more cabins than Harmony

Rates begin at $1194 per person (+taxes) for inside cabins.  Deposits are $250 pp.
Call our office today for rates for other categories. (800) 889-7683

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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BOOKING WINDOW Oct 1, 2018 – Oct 31, 2018
SAILINGS  Through December 2019
 
 
 
 
 


Feb. 16th, 2019 - Vision of the Seas

Last Call!  We have until the end of this week to book cabins at our low group rates. After that it will be at the much higher prevailing rates. Join us for a whole week of great Southern Gospel Music as well as all the great entertainment offered by the Vision of the Seas

Rates begin at $847 per person, which includes (almost) everything*: Your cruise fare, gratuities, all taxes, fees, port expenses, meals and some beverages, as well as tickets into our private Southern Gospel Music events.


These are private events and are not open to the general public. You must book through our agency to gain admission to these private events.

* Not included: Transportation to New Orleans, parking, travel insurance, some beverages and items of a personal nature.
 
 
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