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5 Night Bahamas Cruise

Carnival Liberty
Carnival Cruise Lines
Departing Date: November 2, 2014
Departing From: Port Canaveral (orlando), Fl Dock
Carnival Cruise Lines
Ports of Call: Port Canaveral (orlando), Fl Dock | Freeport, The Bahamas Dock | Nassau, The Bahamas Dock | Half Moon Cay, The Bahamas Tender | Port Canaveral (orlando), Fl Dock
Interior

$139

Oceanview

$N/A

Balcony

$329

Suite

$559

  • Itinerary
  • Ship Information
  • Deck Plans
  • Staterooms
  • Other Dates
  • Reviews

Itinerary: 5 Night Bahamas Cruise

Itinerary
Location
Arrival
Departure
Sun Nov 2, 2014 Port Canaveral (orlando), Fl Dock -- 4:00 pm
Mon Nov 3, 2014 Freeport, The Bahamas Dock 9:00 am 5:00 pm
Tue Nov 4, 2014 Nassau, The Bahamas Dock 8:00 am 5:00 pm
Wed Nov 5, 2014 Half Moon Cay, The Bahamas Tender 8:00 am 4:00 pm
Thu Nov 6, 2014 Fun Day At Sea Fun At Sea -- --
Fri Nov 7, 2014 Port Canaveral (orlando), Fl Dock 8:00 am --

Note: Cruise itinerary is subject to change. Please verify ports and times with the cruiseline directly.

Carnival Liberty Facilities / On Board Activities

Dining / Dinner Entertainment / Recreation Gratuity Policies
Cafe
Dining Rooms
Grill
Ice Cream Bar
Pizzeria (Open 24 Hours)

Usual Dinner Hours:
Flexible

Special Diet:
Available upon request

Dress Code:
Daytime: Casual / Evening: Resort wear to formal
Art Gallery
Bars/Lounges/ Night Clubs - 22
Casino
Library
Pay-Per-View Movies
Photo Shop and Photo Gallery
Pools - Outdoor - 4
Video Arcade
Whirlpools - 7
Dining Team
$5.50 per guest/ per day

Bistro Service
$1.00 per guest/ per day

Cabin Steward
$3.50 per guest/ per day
Services Shopping Health and Beauty
Beauty Salon
Shore Excursion Desk
Wedding Chapel
Shopping Mall Health Spa (with whirlpools)

Carnival Liberty Onboard Experience


Carnival CruisesThe public areas of Liberty are rarely quiet, but the atmosphere is conducive to fun. The pool area is the hub of activity, dominated by a 270 sq ft. LCD TV, dubbed the SeaSide Theatre, above on Deck 10; it's used for entertainment, from poolside Trivia in the mornings to concerts and movies in the evening, and for major sporting events.

For those interested in a quieter daytime option, there's an aft pool with a retractable dome deployed during inclement weather.

Onboard musical options can satisfy all tastes, from the concerts on the Big Screen to the Piano Man Piano Bar, Karaoke, Disco with DJs, and Live Dance Music in Victoria?s Lounge; there's also easy listening or classical music on the ground floor of the nine-deck-high atrium, in the Grand Villa Garden.

The ship has an Internet Caf? (hidden in a corner of the aft Cabinet Bar on Deck 4) where you can send e-mail and access the Internet. The Liberty has WiFi service available from bow to stern, including individual passenger cabins. You can log in using your own laptops, or rent from the ship for $20 per day, plus the cost of the time you spend online.

With 22 bars and lounges, there's no difficulty getting your favorite beverages, but we didn't find the bar service overbearing or overly aggressive. Soda cards (for unlimited soft drinks) are available for children and adults.

And everyone enjoys the self-serve soft ice cream and frozen yogurt available near the two main pool areas.

A hit among kids and adults alike is the enormous water slide on Deck 11. It offers a fun ride through ?the chutes? when you start that high above the sea.

Smoking areas are quite limited on the Liberty. Smoking is not allowed in the showrooms, the dining rooms, the ship's atrium, or even by the bar or along the Promenade Deck passageway. Smoking is allowed in guest cabins, and on guest balconies, and on the starboard side of outside public decks.


Carnival Liberty Things to Do

Entertainment:
Carnival CruisesCarnival excels in entertainment, with lavish production shows (three during an eight- day cruise), glitzy costumes, and costly lighting effects. Headline acts featuring comedians, magicians, ventriloquists, jugglers or song stylists will vary with their schedules. There are generally two late-night ?Adult Comedy? shows as well, beginning at midnight.

Aside from the daily show room entertainment, watch your daily schedule onboard (The Carnival Capers) for all variety of entertainment -- including the poolside games, trivia contests, passenger participation games, Karaoke, bingo, art auctions, sports challenges, etc. (You can even get a temporary henna tattoo by the pool, if you consider that entertaining.)

Carnival also does a great job of making it fun for everyone at the deck parties, held a couple of times per cruise, which always include a band, the cruise staff, dancing, and of course food.
 
Fitness:
The gym, at 15,000 sq. ft., is full of treadmills, stationary bikes, Stairmasters, rowing and hydraulic weight machines, and of course free weights. The strategically placed equipment allows you to enjoy the panoramic views offered by the floor-to-ceiling windows. For runners, a lap on the jogging deck, which surrounds the smokestack, is equivalent to 1/11 of a mile.


Carnival Liberty Dining / Dinner

Cuisine:
Carnival's cuisine has improved dramatically in the past decade. Some time ago, the cuisine on Carnival ships could have been rated equal to a budget cruise line. Today's offerings have enough quality and taste to allow it to compete easily with any of the other mass market lines.

We were positively impressed by the wide variety offered on the nightly dining room menus, which also feature a lengthy list of always-available selections. Portions were plentiful, and other than a lack of artistic presentation and repetitive use of accompaniments to entrees, we finished all our dining room meals most satisfied.

Desserts in the dining room were the highlight of each evening; taste and presentation were equal to any ship we've experienced. The highlight of the dessert menus is the warm chocolate melting cake, which was on the always-available menu each evening.

Cuisine in the buffet on Lido Deck was also above average. My expectations at a buffet are naturally lower than in a restaurant or dining room. But the diverse variety at Liberty's buffets was enough to satisfy for most meals. Various buffet lines offered different types of food; two lines referred to as the Grand Buffet were similar to a typical buffet, with choices changing daily, and ending at a carving station. Two lines featured a "Taste of Nations" selection, representing a different ethnic cuisine each day; and there were two lines doing stir-frying (where passengers chose the raw ingredients and cooks prepared them on the spot).

There ship also has also typical grill areas where hamburgers, hot dogs, and even grilled steak sandwiches are made, and of course Carnival's 24-hour pizzeria, which also offers Caesar salads.
 
Restaurants:
There are two main dining rooms on the Liberty, and they use traditional assigned seating, but with four dining times available, rather than the usual two.

The Golden Olympian Dining Room is mid-ship on Decks 3 and 4, with entries from two doorways on each of the two levels, one forward and one aft. This dining room serves the 6:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. dining times.

The ?Golden? is the smaller of the two dining rooms. Seating areas are cramped and passageways between tables narrow. Even bussing stations for the service staff seemed too far apart and too cramped, which made their jobs more difficult.

The Silver Olympian Dining Room, at the stern on Decks 3 and 4, serves the 5:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. dining times, and is also used for open-seating breakfast and lunch. This room is larger and much airier. The dining room is surrounded by windows on three sides, which enhances its design, and contributes to making it preferable to the Golden Dining Room.

A more upscale dining experience is available at the ship's alternate restaurant ($30 per person surcharge), Harry's Supper Club. Named after famed jeweler Harry Winston, Harry's also offers a musical duo and a dance floor to entertain diners. The decor and furnishings in Harry's are of higher quality than the other dining areas. And the Versace plates and fine silver flatware contribute to a more upscale tone. The core of the menu includes varying cuts of steak, though lobster and fish are also offered.

For more of a fast food experience, there's the buffet at Emile's on Lido Deck. It's open for breakfast and lunch, as well as for casual dinner between 6-9 p.m. Expect a wide variety of choices within this very large area. In the back (aft section) are two buffet lines serving a traditional buffet lunch, with items changing daily, and a carving station for different types of meats. Breakfasts in this section are pretty traditional buffet service.

Forward of that are two buffet lines called ?Taste of Nations,? with lunches offering a menu that varies by national cuisine each day. There are also two buffet lines serving stir-fry dishes. Passengers choose raw ingredients -- meats, fish, seafood, vegetables etc.-- as they proceed through the line until they reach the cooking station, where the chefs cook the chosen ingredients.

By the farthest-aft swimming pool, just outside Emile's, there's a starboard side grille serving up hamburgers, hot dogs, and (though not advertised) steak sandwiches. There are also heated chaffing dishes for hot condiments -- fried onions, saut?ed mushrooms, even chili. On the port side in this location is the 24-hour pizzeria, which also serves Caesar salad. I used to think Carnival had the best pizza on the high seas, but I wasn't that pleased after tasting what must be a new recipe for the pizzas. They seem to be using a much chewier dough now.

There are two more grilling stations near the central swimming pools for the fast-food hamburger/hot dog experience.

Inside Emile's, on each side as you move between the Grand Buffet and Taste of Nations, are small service windows. On the starboard side the menu offers Asian cuisine -- a combination of Chinese food and Asian fair. Opposite, on the port side, the same window offers deli sandwiches, both cold and hot, served on a choice of breads. I enjoyed most of my lunches from these two serving windows.

Another choice that people often miss is located one deck above Emile's. Here they serve fish and chips and a variety of seafood during lunch.

For breakfasts, all the inside lines serve similar food, though there are a number of made-to-order egg and omelette stations -- enough that we never saw extended lines at any.

During the morning, one of the grill areas near the central pool also offered breakfast items and made-to-order eggs and omelettes. Breakfast at this station was available quite a bit later, after the other buffet lines were closed.
 
Service:
Service on the Liberty was generally friendly and efficient, though unpolished. Even in Harry's Supper Club with its surcharge, the wait staff, though dressed more formally, seemed to lack the training you'd expect in such a venue.

Other than the maitre d' in the dining rooms and a dining room hostess, we didn't see any headwaiters. At times this shortage was somewhat problematic. Several times when service dragged somewhat, the presence of a headwaiter would have certainly helped the situation. It's unrealistic to believe two people can oversee the smooth operation of dining rooms that serve 600 to 800 guests for each seating.

That said, we were not displeased with our level of dining room service. There were just a couple of occasions where the assistance of a headwaiter would have smoothed the process.

Tipping:
Carnival automatically charges $10 per passenger per day to your onboard "Sail & Sign" account to cover all service staff, except for the dining room maitre d', whom you may tip at your discretion. Guest can adjust this amount with a visit to the Purser's Desk. A gratuity of 15 percent is automatically added to all drink purchases, and to the cost of the soda cards.


 
Attire:
On six- to eight-day cruises there will be two nights when formal attire is suggested. All other nights are designated casual. Though there were tuxedos in evidence, suits and sports jackets seemed more the norm.

What we found somewhat disconcerting was that even on designated formal nights, passengers in pretty much any form of dress were allowed in the dining rooms. Admittedly, this was the exception, not the norm. But I don't understand why a maitre d' wouldn't stop people from entering the dining room in torn jeans and baseball caps on formal nights, and suggest they go the casual alternative on Lido Deck for dinner.


Carnival Liberty Ambience

Decor:
Carnival CruisesLegendary Joe Farcus is Carnival's designer, and Liberty continues his pattern of creating distinctive individual themes for each ship. In Liberty's case, the theme is Artisans, covering all variations of the artistic designs and handcrafted workmanship of times gone by. Though no one would call Liberty's decor reserved, it's a more muted version of previous Farcus designs. About the only neon glitz one will find on this ship is in the signs identifying the lounges and bars.

Beginning in the Grand Villa Garden at the bottom of the Atrium, ornate artisan ironwork is used throughout the ship's passageways, decorating walls, railings, pillars and wall frames. This gives these areas a clearly European flare, and does a nice job of tying varying design elements together.
 
Public Areas:
There's a noticeable "wow factor" for persons boarding the ship on the lowest level of the atrium; their first view is of the Grand Villa Garden, which feels very much like a European courtyard. The hardwood laminate flooring gives the area an unexpected richness for a Carnival ship. The glass elevators running up and down on one side of the atrium add a modern touch, and a ride in them at some time during your cruise is a must for the views.

The center of the ship's life is Deck 4, surrounding the Atrium; and Deck 5, the Promenade Deck. Promenade Deck is the only deck that runs from bow to stern inside the ship, other than the passenger cabin decks -- 2,3, 6, 7 and 8.

Deck 5/Promenade Deck could be considered the entertainment center of the ship. From Gloves Sports Bar, just off of the atrium, traveling aft through Promenade deck brings you to the enormous Casino, the Casino Bar, Club 02 (the teens-only disco), Without Batteries (the ship's video arcade), the Jardin Caf? (for purchasing specialty coffees and incredible desserts), Origami Sushi Bar (where sushi is available free in the evenings), the Wine Bar, the Piano Man Bar (where sing-alongs create a packed house most nights), the Stage Lounge (for Karaoke), and the ship's large alternate showroom, the traditionally decorated Victoria Lounge.

The ship's shops, selling logo wear, jewelry and sundries, are on Promenade Deck as well, around the Atrium.

Forward on Promenade Deck is the most visually stunning room on the ship, the Venetian Palace showroom. With a Venetian theme established by an enormous central chandelier (created from Italy's famed Murano glass), Venetian masks decorating the ceiling, and two-deck-high Jesters book ending the stage, the decor of the main showroom sets the stage for the quality entertainment to follow.

The Venetian Palace is three decks high (lowest level on Deck 3), and it does have many support beams that can cut off the view of the stage; also, the main floor is not pitched enough, so at times the views can be obscured by those sitting in front of you. Aside from production shows and headline acts, this room is used for most of the ship's evening passenger participation games, as well as daily/nightly bingo games.

On Deck 4 is the Antiquarian Library, nicely decorated but small, with a limited selection of books. And unfortunately the locked bookcases are only opened and accessible from one to two hours per day. I don't know why Carnival doesn't just leave the library open so guests can access books any time they like.

The Cabinet Lounge is also on Deck 4, just forward of the aft Golden Olympic Dining Room. Cabinet Lounge is the ship's cigar bar, which features live jazz in the evenings. Since it is adjacent to a dining room, I am surprised to see this lounge used as a cigar bar. I often heard passengers complaining about the strong odors in this lounge as they passed through en route to the dining room. This is particularly problematic because the access points to this aft dining room are limited.

The only public room really over-the-top in d'cor is the Hot and Cold Disco. With huge inverted hands (appearing to hold up the ceiling) and smaller versions as bar stools, I never figured out what this was all about. But it's most certainly a bold environment.
 
Cabins:
Carnival offers the largest standard cabins in the industry, and this holds true on the Liberty. The interior decoration of the cabins aren't like staying at the Ritz, but the relaxing color tones and blonde wood finishing on desks and closet doors are certainly of acceptable and decent quality. Combined with a comfortable leather sofa (with a storage drawer underneath), this all makes for very adequate accommodations.

Aside from extra space, the thing that makes Liberty's cabins exceptional is the new beds -- twins that can be pushed together to form a king-sized bed. And what comfortable beds they are! Combine the comfort of the beds, with the high-quality bedding and luxurious duvets, and sleep becomes a dream. The beds frames are high enough that our luggage slid easily underneath for storage, with little effort.

The in-cabin television carried all the major U.S. networks, as well movie channels, CNN, Discovery Channel, and several offering children's programming. Pay-per-view movies are also available. You can also access a menu of guest services on your TV, including checking your account, reviewing dining room menus in advance, and ordering shore excursions.

The cabins have more than adequate storage space; a hair dryer inside the desk drawer; a mini bar; and a personal safe inside a cupboard. The bathrooms, though stark, are large with a good-sized shower and nice quality towels. Anchored to the wall inside the shower are shampoo and body wash dispensers. On the counter is a complimentary basket of sampler-size toiletry items. Several glass shelves on either side of the sink will store all your personal items.

The standard balcony cabins have a very narrow balcony, with two chairs (one of which reclines) and a small cocktail table.

The only drawback to these cabins is the use of a standard swinging door, rather than sliding doors, to access the balcony. The opening door takes up space on the already-small balcony, and the sound of balcony doors slamming shut can form its own symphony at times.

The Category 11 mini-suites and Category 12 suites on the Liberty offer considerably more space (though still in a single room), plus a bathtub in the bathrooms rather than the standard shower. Their furnishings are slightly more upscale than standard cabins.

Deck Plans: Carnival Liberty

Deck Plans
Room Category Legend

11  Suite
12  Suite
1A  Interior Upper/Lower
4A  Interior
4B  Interior
4C  Interior
4D  Interior
4E  Interior
4F  Interior
4G  Interior
4H  Interior
4J  Interior Stateroom with Picture Window
5A  Oceanview Stateroom with Portholes
6A  Ocean View
6B  Ocean View
6C  Ocean View
6D  Ocean View
6E  Family Ocean View
6J  Family Ocean View
8A  Balcony
8B  Balcony
8C  Balcony
8D  Balcony
8E  Balcony
8F  Balcony
8G  Extended Balcony Stateroom
8M  Aft-view Extended Balcony
8N  Aft-view Extended Balcony
9B  Premium Balcony
9C  Premium Vista Balcony
BL  Balcony Guarantee
CS  Captain's Suite
GS  Grand Suite
IS  Inside Guarantee
JS  Junior Suite
OS  Ocean Suite
OV  Ocean View Guarantee
PT  Interior Port Hole Stateroom
SS  Deluxe Penthouse Suite
ST  Suite Guarantee


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Staterooms: Carnival Liberty

Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Aft-view Extended Balcony
Aft-view Extended Balcony
Two twin beds (convert to king). Chair and coffee table. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Private aft-facing extended balcony with patio chairs and table. Twin beds do not convert to king when two uppers in use.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Balcony
Balcony
Two twin beds (convert to king) one upper pullman and single sofa bed. Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Private balcony with patio chairs and table. Twin beds do not convert to king when two uppers in use.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Balcony Guarantee
Balcony Guarantee
Any oceanview stateroom with private balcony, or better, depending on availability. Twin beds do not convert to king when two uppers in use.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Captain's Suite
Captain's Suite
Separate bedroom: two twin beds (convert to king). Full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub. Large closet. Living room: single sofa bed, two uppers. Sofa, armchairs and coffee table. Full bathroom with shower. Large balcony with patio chairs and table.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Deluxe Penthouse Suite
Deluxe Penthouse Suite
Category SS features full bathroom with whirlpool tub plus second full bathroom with shower.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Extended Balcony Stateroom
Extended Balcony Stateroom
Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Family Ocean View
Family Ocean View
Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise. *Category 6E family staterooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Grand Suite
Grand Suite
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa, armchairs and coffee table. Full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub/bidet/ double sinks. 2 large closets. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table and chair. Private large balcony with patio chairs and table.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Inside Guarantee
Inside Guarantee
Any inside stateroom, or better, dependng on availability.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Interior
Interior
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Interior Port Hole Stateroom
Interior Port Hole Stateroom
Two twin beds (convert to king) and single sofa bed. Sofa and coffee table. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Two porthole windows.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Interior Stateroom with Picture Window
Interior Stateroom with Picture Window
Two twin beds (convert to king) one upper pullman and single sofa bed. Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Picture window with obstructed views.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Interior Upper/Lower
Interior Upper/Lower
Twin bed and one upper pullman. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Junior Suite
Junior Suite
Two twin beds (convert to king) and single sofa bed.Sofa, armchair and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub/double sinks. 2 large closets. Walk in dressing area with vanity table and chair. Private balcony with patio chairs and table.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Ocean Suite
Ocean Suite
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa, armchair and coffee table. Full bathroom with shower/whirlpool tub/double sinks. 2 large closets. Walk-in dressing area with vanity table and chair. Private large balcony with patio chairs and table.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Ocean View
Ocean View
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 3 closets. Picture window.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Ocean View Guarantee
Ocean View Guarantee
Any ocean view stateroom, or better, depending on availability.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Oceanview Stateroom with Portholes
Oceanview Stateroom with Portholes
Every Carnival guest is assured of spacious, comfortable accommodations. All staterooms have carpeting, ample drawer and closet space, private facilities (shower, basin and toilet), telephone and color television showing first-run films. Our SuperLiners all feature staterooms above ocean level for a more comfortable cruise. *Category 5A staterooms feature two portholes instead of a picture window.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Premium Balcony
Premium Balcony
Two twin beds (convert to king). Sofa and coffee table. Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 2 closets. Private large balcony with patio chairs and table. Twin beds do not convert to king when two uppers in use.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Premium Vista Balcony
Premium Vista Balcony
Two twin beds (convert to king). Desk and seat. Full bathroom with shower. 2 closets. Private wrap-around balcony with patio chairs and table. Twin beds do not convert to king when two uppers in use.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Suite
Suite
These extra-large accommodations have a separate sitting area and a private balcony. Special features include a large vanity/dressing table, refrigerator and entertainment area, VCR, whirlpool bath and walk-in closet.
Carnival Cruise Lines - Carnival Liberty : Suite Guarantee
Suite Guarantee
Any suite with a large private balcony depending on availability.

Other Dates: Carnival Liberty

Date
Bonus
Itinerary Name
Inside From
Outside From
Select
November 7, 2014 BONUS! --- 8 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $269 $369
November 15, 2014 BONUS! --- 8 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $289 $299
November 23, 2014 BONUS! --- 5 Night Bahamas Cruise $259 $329
November 28, 2014 BONUS! --- 8 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $309 $489
December 6, 2014 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Western Caribbean $319 $409
December 13, 2014 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $279 $399
December 20, 2014 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Western Caribbean $469 $599
December 27, 2014 BONUS! --- 7 Night Western Caribbean Itiner $629 $809
January 3, 2015 BONUS! --- 8 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $459 $569
January 11, 2015 BONUS! --- 5 Night Bahamas Cruise $239 $299
January 16, 2015 BONUS! --- 8 Night Exotic Southern Caribbea $509 $719
January 24, 2015 BONUS! --- 8 Night Exotic Southern Caribbea $569 $719
February 1, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $489 $629
February 8, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $449 $569
February 15, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Western Caribbean $419 $539
February 22, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Caribbean Caribbe $499 $599
March 1, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Western Caribbean $399 $539
March 8, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Caribbean Caribbe $489 $699
March 15, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Exotic Eastern Caribbean $592 $722
March 22, 2015 BONUS! --- 7 Night Eastern Caribbean Sailin $302 $367
March 29, 2015 BONUS! --- 3-day Southern Caribbean Itine $139 $169
March 29, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $479 $579
April 1, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $864 $1029
April 5, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $379 $479
April 12, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $419 $519
April 15, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $974 $1039
April 22, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $N/A $879
April 26, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $359 $459
April 29, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $694 $779
May 3, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $449 $549
May 6, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $724 $819
May 10, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $384 $469
May 17, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $424 $509
May 20, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $784 $839
May 24, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $504 $579
May 27, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $834 $919
May 31, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $554 $669
June 7, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $584 $699
June 10, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $894 $979
June 14, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $614 $729
June 17, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $924 $1009
July 8, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $984 $1079
August 5, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $1024 $1129
August 16, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $494 $609
August 19, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $944 $1039
August 23, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $434 $529
August 26, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $N/A $999
August 30, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $334 $419
September 2, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $684 $829
September 9, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $734 $N/A
September 23, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $654 $739
September 27, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $314 $399
September 30, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $644 $719
October 14, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $764 $N/A
October 18, 2015 BONUS! --- 6-day Southern Caribbean Itine $284 $374
November 1, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $324 $409
November 22, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $404 $489
November 25, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $754 $829
December 20, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $564 $719
December 23, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $964 $1119
December 27, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $744 $899
December 30, 2015 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $1174 $1319
January 3, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $394 $479
January 10, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $344 $429
February 21, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $354 $439
February 24, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $664 $729
March 20, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $474 $559
March 23, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $804 $869
March 27, 2016 BONUS! --- 7-day Southern Caribbean Itine $374 $459

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