Join us next April! We’ll be on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, leaving Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Sunday, April 11 for seven nights to Mexico, Honduras, and Royal Caribbean’s private island in the Bahamas.
- Sunday, April 11: Depart Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- Monday, April 12: At Sea
- Tuesday, April 13: Cozumel, Mexico
- Wednesday, April 14: Roatan, Honduras
- Thursday, April 15: Costa Maya, Mexicon
- Friday, April 16: At Sea
- Saturday, April 17: CocoCay, Bahamas
- Sunday, April 18: Return to Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Call Anne Adams (800-514-9986 ext. 7475) to reserve your cabin. Rates below are per person, assuming double occupancy.
|Type of Cabin||Cruise
|Interior Stateroom (6V)||$373.00||$225.00||$131.63||$729.63||$250.00|
|Oceanview Stateroom (2N)||$472.00||$225.00||$131.63||$828.63||$250.00|
|Central Park View Balcony (2J)||$557.00||$225.00||$131.63||$913.63||$250.00|
|Oceanview Stateroom with Balcony (6D)||$697.00||$225.00||$131.63||$1,053.63||$250.00|
We’ll schedule at least one roundtable session with Michael, but there won’t be any formal training. We’ll meet for the early dinner most evenings; last year, this was a great opportunity to spend time with others in the group.
The group rates above are valid through October 28, and final payment is due January 4, 2021. Other room configurations are available, just ask. We’re working with Vacations To Go, the world’s largest cruise agency. Through the group, you’ll receive the same rate you’d get from anyone else. If you find a better rate or better promotion, ask Anne if it can be matched.
As a courtesy to us, please book through Anne at VacationsToGo. You can reach her at 800-514-9986, ext 7475, Mon-Fri, 11am-5:30pm Central. If you leave a message, she’ll return your call promptly.
- The cruise fare includes your cabin (7 nights), port fees, taxes, meals and entertainment, and a $50 cruise credit per cabin.
- The cruise fare does not include travel to and from Fort Lauderdale, gratuities, alcoholic beverages and sodas, optional shore excursions, specialty restaurants and some entertainment venues.
- You can view photos and details on the ship here.
Why are we scheduling a cruise during a pandemic? Here are a few of our thoughts:
- It’s been 6.5 months since the United States locked down and we know a lot more about the pandemic today than we did mid-March. This cruise is 6.5 months away, we’re confident things will continue to improve.
- The CDC ban on cruises from the U.S. ends October 31. Royal Caribbean plans (as of today) to resume cruising December 1. They’ll have 4 months of experience before our cruise to work out the issues.
- We’ve stayed in many hotel rooms and believe the sanitation level on a cruise ship is superior to any hotel room or restaurant. Cruise lines have had to protect their crew and passengers from viruses long before Covid-19.
- The deposit is refundable. Final payment isn’t due until January 4, when we’ll know more and can decide to cancel if necessary. And Royal Caribbean has extended their “Cruise with Confidence” guarantee to all cruises booked before November 30, which allows you to cancel up to 48 hours before sailing and receive a full credit for a future cruise. (Read details here.) You can also purchase insurance when booking that allows you to cancel in case of a medical emergency.
Any questions, let me know. Or call Anne and sign up to join us!