If you’ve never been on a cruise before, you are likely to have lots of questions about it. How do I get to the ship from the airport? Are meals included in the price? What do I have to pay for while I am on the cruise? These are all great questions and we’ve got the answers for you!

Included in your cruise:

  • 3-night cruise
  • Meals
  • Entertainment
  • All musical entertainment onboard
  • Taxes & Gratuities

What is not included:
 These include, but are not limited to airport/departure taxes; cost of passport and visas; taxes; excess baggage charges; laundry; phone calls; all items of a personal nature; items not included on regular menus; meals not detailed in the itinerary; and health, accident, baggage, or travel protection plans.

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What do I have to pay for while I am on the cruise? 
Prices do not include airfare or ground transportation, airport transfers to or from the cruise ship, personal expenses such as photos, souvenirs & island tours, sodas, bottled water or alcoholic beverages (except at our scheduled onboard cocktail party)or any other extra activities that you may choose to participate in on the ship or on shore that require a fee.

What should I pack? 
Whatever you wear at home that you are comfortable in is what you can wear when on onboard. You should wear comfortable, casual attire, and if you prefer to participate in the more formal night, a nice dress or suit.

Is there a gym on the ship? 
There is a state of the art fitness center onboard. Stay in shape with your favorite workout equipment including treadmills, ellipticals and free weights or even yoga, pilates and spinning.

Do I need a passport? 
No, you do not need a passport to travel. It is suggested that you have one, but if you do not then you may use:

You may sail with either a valid passport, proof of citizenship and a valid government-issued photo I.D. (driver’s license with a photo), or any other WHTI compliant document.

Proof of Citizenship examples include:
•State certified U.S. birth certificate
•Original certificate of U.S. naturalization
•Original certificate of U.S. citizenship

Passports must be valid for at least six (6) months after the scheduled return date of the trip. Non-US citizens must contact the appropriate consular office for entry requirements pertaining to your trip. If you are a non-US citizen, you are responsible for knowing what type of Visa may be required for travel.

What do you do when the ship is in port? 
There are a host of shore excursions that you can choose from. You can sign up onboard, or signup online before you travel. If you stay onboard you can relax by the pool, read a book or just hang out.

Will I get seasick? 
Chances are you will not. However, if you tend towards motion sickness, you can purchase something over the counter or see your Doctor before you go.

Terms & Conditions: For a complete listing of Terms & Conditions.

Cancellation Policy: All deposits are non-refundable. If you have questions regarding trip insurance coverage, please contact TRAVEL GUARD Click Here. If you live outside of the United States, please check with your local travel agency for questions about insuring your trip.

Still have more questions? Call our cruise consultants at (Intl) 001-707-546-1212 or 800-248-7471. Or, send an email to [email protected]


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February - 10 - 13, 2017