Embarkation: Friday, December 2, 2011 at 12:00 noon
Disembarkation: Monday, December 5, 2011 at 7:00 am
Boarding at Port Canaveral
Cruise Terminal 10
The three-tiered passenger loading tower includes an elevator and four escalators. This ultra-modern terminal features Port Canaveral’s first automated baggage conveyor system. Parking structure includes an open-air parking area plus a 60,000 square-foot six -level parking garage.
In order to ensure a speedy embarkation for the cruise aboard Monarch of the Seas, all passengers will be required to present the following documents at check-in prior to boarding the vessel:
- A print-out of the event confirmation pass that will be emailed to all confirmed guests.
- A valid passport or a government issued photo ID such as a driver’s license.
Please note the following important information:
- Online check-in for this event is highly recommended. All confirmed guests will receive an email with their event confirmation pass and directions on how to check-in online.
- For health and safety reasons, we regret that guests who are in their 24th week of pregnancy or after will not be permitted on board.
- In the absence of a passport or photo driver’s license, a birth certificate (original or certified copy), together with a photo ID card issued by a local government agency is required
- Minors under the age of 16 will be required to present either a passport or birth certificate (original or certified copy) for cruise check-in.
- Adults who are not the parent or legal guardian of a minor traveling with them must present an original notarized letter signed by the child’s parent(s), authorizing the adult to take the child on the specific cruise, supervise the child and allow emergency medical treatment to be administered.
- Infants sailing on a cruise must be at least 6 months old as of the first day of the cruise.
Day Time: Casual
Night Time: Smart casual, second night is a formal night (No jeans, jacket optional for men)
Ports of Call
Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas
Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, located on New Providence Island and Freeport, located on Grand Bahama Island offer a variety of experiences from non-stop excitement to peaceful relaxation. Nassau is the center of industry, commerce and communications and presents a special charm which captures the elegance of the old world while at the same time incorporating up-to-the-minute modern features. Here one will find well-preserved colonial buildings, exciting attractions, duty free shopping, one of the largest straw markets in the Caribbean, thrilling land and sea sports, pristine beaches, delightful cuisine and unique cultural activities. Beautiful Paradise Island is linked to Nassau by bridge and has gorgeous beaches, luxury hotels, a large casino and first class entertainment.
Coco/Little Stirrup Cay, Berry Islands, Bahamas
Originally named Little Stirrup Cay, this island getaway is located within the Berry Island chain of the Bahamas, about 50 miles from Nassau. This group of almost 130 islands and cays (pronounced “keys”) has “private playground” written all over them. From pirate’s hideouts to yachtsmen’s havens, the Berry Islands have offered seclusion through the ages. Accordingly, many claim that “the Berrys” have one of the highest concentrations of millionaires in the world. We’ll never really know for sure. But we do know that this deserted island offers cruise passengers a secluded day in the sun free from hassles. Hunt for the grave of the infamous pirate Edward Teach – you know him as Blackbeard the Pirate – in the remote areas of Coco Cay. Whether this is actually the marauder’s resting place is a matter of dispute. Or, grab a towel and head for the beach. Royal Caribbean provides the sand and towels, but you’ll have to bring your own pail and shovel! Snorkeling and SCUBA diving are terrific here (there’s a sunken airplane and a shipwrecked replica of Queen Anne’s Revenge — Blackbeard’s flagship that sunk off North Carolina in 1718). So are the beach activities of jet skiing, parasailing, or paddle boats. Once in a while, a seaplane makes a surprise visit to the island, offering guests a sky-high view of Coco Cay. You won’t starve on this island. Food can be had throughout the day at either of two pavilions. Both serve up the standard beach barbecue fare, but one offers an ocean vista, the other a view of the surrounding Coco Cay village. You won’t lack for the basics, either. A series of small buildings offer everything from sunscreen to local crafts to t-shirts.
Pet Lovers at Play
We plan to schedule a lot of activities for free of charge for members of our group.
- Veterinarian talk
- Pet groomer’s advices
- Scrapbooking contest for different categories: dogs, cats, people + dog(s), people + cat(s)
We are open for new ideas! Please contact Nadia at 772 240-9797 and talk about fun activity we can arrange during our cruise!
This is your fun time. This is pet lovers cruise to support unfortunate dogs and cats. Help us! Be with us!
Check back soon for the full schedule of events…