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Carnival Glory returns from multi-million dollar upgrade

March 1st, 2010

Adults-only Serenity Deck on Carnival Glory
Adults-only Serenity Deck on Carnival Glory is one new feature.

One of the most popular cruises departing from Miami, FL just received a huge upgrade of modern luxury, internet availability, and calm serenity for Eastern and Western Caribbean fun. The Carnival Glory has resumed service following a multi-million-dollar renovation that added a host of new facilities and features, including a Serenity adults-only retreat, a 270-square-foot Seaside Theatre poolside LED screen, and a Circle “C” facility for 12- to 14- year olds.

Eighteen new balconies were also incorporated onto existing ocean view staterooms and a new Mongolian wok venue was added to the casual poolside restaurant. Bow-to-stern Wi-Fi access was added, as well.

From February to May, the 2,974-passenger Carnival Glory operates seasonal seven-day cruises from Miami, alternating weekly to the eastern and western Caribbean. Seven-day eastern Caribbean cruises visit Half Moon Cay, St. Thomas, San Juan and Grand Turk, while the western route features Grand Cayman, Isla Roatan, Belize and Cozumel.

The ship will then be deployed to New York where it will offer a series of four- and five-day Atlantic Canada voyages from June 6 – September 6, 2010, followed by a series of seven-day Canada/New England cruises, from September 11 – October 9.

“We are constantly looking for ways to improve and expand our product to deliver fun and memorable vacations to our guests while at the same time offering exceptional value,” said Gerry Cahill, Carnival’s president and CEO. “The new Seaside Theatre, adults-only area and Circle ‘C’ facility, which are all available to our guests on a complimentary basis, serve to enhance an already terrific, value-packed vacation choice,” he added.

Great details of the changes below the jump:

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Monarch Of The Seas - Royal Caribbean’s Bahamas Adventure

December 23rd, 2009

If winter weather has affected your holiday travel plans, I wanted to highlight this video produced by Youtube user “Planeglider” of the Royal Caribbean’s Monarch Of The Seas cruise adventure. I hope it can help take your mind off all the snow.

I just checked the statistics for cruise bookings and the Monarch Of The Seas 3 night Bahamas Escape is the most popular cruise by far right now. You can see why.

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Take an Adventure on a Caribbean Cruise Ship for an easy, fun and cheap getaway

July 28th, 2008

Caribbean

 

Cruising around the Caribbean Island is the easier, fun and cheaper getaway. My family and I love cruising in Paradise. We call it Paradise because at the moment we step down onto the Caribbean we enter a state of true bliss; over and above we can listen to the tropical breeze swinging the tall and skinny palms as if they were dancing along with.

We do recommend bringing with you sunscreen lotion because the bright sun gets really intense in anticipation of the stunning sunset.

Easier, Fun and Cheaper

It’s easier because a Cruise Ship provides:

  • Exciting Alternative Itineraries.
  • Selection of Food and Beverage 24/7.
  • Beauty salon, Shops and Spas.
  • Bilingual Staff and Knowledgeable Concierge expert.
  • Safety ambiance and Medical Assistance if needed.

It’s fun because:

  • You meet new people and no hassles of getting lost. (Depends how big is the cruise ship)
  • Activities and Entertainment inside the cruise and Shore Excursion outside the cruise ship.
  • Fun if you travel with kids or with a big group.
  • Great weather.

It’s Cheaper because:

  • All above are included in one time price per person.
  • Duty-Free Allowance: Ship itineraries that include any of U.S Virgin Islands: St. Thomas; St. Croix; St. John.

Tips

I recommend Carnival Cruise line for young crowd.

For honeymooners or in a romantic trip I recommend The Royal Caribbean Int’l.

Upon shipping make sure you wear a bathing suit and have the essential items, since the luggage wouldn’t be available for hours.

Be aware that “Hurricane Season” is defined as June 10th through November 10th.

And one last tip: At Departure time take your luggage with you instead of waiting for the bellman to bringing down and prevent waiting time waiting for your luggage.

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Last Minute Cruises to the Caribbean…

May 2nd, 2008

Last Minute Cruises to the Caribbean…

Find yourself dreaming of island hopping to a variety of tropical locales? Last minute Caribbean cruises bring your dreams to life. Stretching from the southern tip of Florida to South America, it is easy to see why the Caribbean is such a draw for last minute cruises. This paradise offers azure blue waves teeming with aquatic wildlife. Scattered throughout the sea are thousands of miles of sunny shoreline waiting for your toes to meet the surf. As if sun, sand and surf weren’t enough, this region offers so much more. Whether your interests lie in water activities, unique cruise cuisine, duty-free shopping, or experiencing traces of lingering European culture, discount Caribbean cruises bring you countless opportunities. Choosing a Caribbean cruise line gives you the chance to see not one destination, but a handful, each boasting its own unique flair.

These island destinations are so diverse that three separate Caribbean cruise areas have been defined, each with its own distinct and exotic ports of call. Western Caribbean cruises, Eastern Caribbean cruises (including the Bahamas), and Southern Caribbean cruises each put forth a unique perspective on the history, culture and geography of this vast tropical region.

You are able to vary your itinerary by choosing from a quick 4 day Caribbean cruise, or take your time on a 7 day Caribbean cruise. No matter which you choose, you’re guaranteed several island stops, each of which opens the door to a different slice of paradise.

Don’t miss our hot cruise deals. Plan your getaway today on a royal Caribbean cruise ship or another Caribbean cruise line. The last minute cruise of your dreams is awaiting your discovery…book it today!

Don’t Miss…

▪ Climb Jamaica’s Dunn’s River Falls.
▪ Go mountain biking in Costa Rica’s rain forests.
▪ Snorkel with stingrays.
▪ Go horseback riding on the beach.
▪ Dive 800 feet below sea level in a research submarine.
▪ Discover the inhabitants of a coral reef on a glass-bottomed boat.
▪ Explore ancient civilizations as you climb mysterious Mayan pyramids

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