Monday, March 15, 2010

Midnight Madness On the High Seas

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Come join Midnight Madness on
09-09-10 to 09-13-10 for the ultimate
four day card making Caribbean cruise vacation!

From card making and snorkeling to sightseeing and shopping, this Caribbean cruise is the ultimate vacation! Whether you're cruising with your spouse, significant other, friends, crafting buddies or other family members...there's something for everyone on this cruise! What better way to vacation than to be surrounded by white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and the most beautiful islands on earth?

Leaving Jacksonville, Florida on board Carnival Fascination to: Freeport Bahamas, Nassau Bahamas
WOW!!! $299 Interior - $319 Ocean View!
$150 down to hold room with the Balance due Monday July 12.
 Cruise prices are all inclusive!!! 
Port fees ARE included!!
You only pay tax ($44.87) That is it!!!!!
WOW WOW WOW!!!
Talk about a great Cruise deal!!!
YOU MUST BOOK ASAP FOR THIS DEAL!!
PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
If you need a roommate, we can help with the arrangements. By having three people to a room, it makes the rates even lower!!  For RESERVATIONS email me at heatonup@verizon.net and I will give you the Group reservation code and the Carnival Cruise Line’s Group representative’s information.
Card making participation fee will included card making classes, make-n-takes, door prizes, extra surprises and more! The card making room will be available each day of the cruise (hours will be posted at a later date). Classes will be held so that they will not interfere with any shore excursions that you may want to participate in.
Sept 9th- FREE CRAFT DAY AND MEET & GREET
(a more detailed class schedule with minimal fee will be posted when we know how many are coming)
As we get closer to the day we set sail we will put out a list of a few supplies to bring with you as everyone has their own personal preference for adhesives, coloring medium, & so forth.
There is a lot to do off and on board the ship as a group or on your own. There is a Captain's Cocktail party, a Formal Dinner, nightly dining, breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the Lido deck. Shows on Stage twice each night with late night stand-up Comedians. There is a gambling section for those of you who wish to try your hand at cards or the slot machines. There is a full service spa on board the ship and fitness and training room. Karaoke and talent shows for audience participation are held nightly. There is shopping on board ship as well as art auctions. Did I mention Food - lots of it including their famous Midnight Buffet. There's a pool, two hot tubs, a water works area & even miniature golf.

Carnival does not have a limit to the amount of bags you can bring on ship. Their recommendation is 2 bags and a carry on per person. Those of you flying to Jacksonville should check your carrier's policy on luggage as some airlines charge a fee per bag. Once you drop your bags at the port, they will be taken aboard ship and brought to your room once we set sail. Keep in mind, that bags sometime take a while to get to you. Pack anything you think you might need immediately in your carry on.

Jacksonville Airport is no more than 15 minutes from the Cruise Ship. You can either take a taxi or check with the cruise lines when making your reservation about the transfer option that they have available for arrival and departure.

A Few things to Remember:
1. A birth certificate and driver's license is still accepting when leaving and entering the United States. A passport is recommended but not required.
2. We are having one (1) formal night so pack your finery!
3. The ship leaves the port at 4:00 p.m. so plan on arriving between 12 and 2 p.m.

*Rates (U.S dollars) are per person, based on double occupancy. Government fees/taxes and optional air transportation are additional for all guests. Rates are subject to availability and may change without prior notice. Restrictions apply. The company reserves the right to re-instate the fuel supplement for all guests at up to $9 per person per day if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel. Insurance can be purchased for a minimal fee.

21 comments:

  1. Wow!!! How cool is this!?!?!?!?!

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  2. I would really love to join the ride, but it would be much too expensive to hop over from good old Germany just for a 4-day cruise and I can't combine with holidays, because I am already booked for Sweden...

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  3. I take it this is not all inclusive? It sounds fun tho!

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  4. I was also wondering if this was all inclusive? I'm guessing not too because the price is so good!
    Sounds like such a good time!

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  5. I want to go!!! Are there any other fees or is everything included?

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  6. Cruise prices ARE all inclusive for this !!! You only pay tax ($44.87) That is it!!!!! WOW WOW WOW!!! Talk about a great Cruise deal!!!
    Classes will be very reasonable and fees are to just to cover supplies costs. Classes are optional and will all depend on how many reserve before we can figure that out  I can work with you on class fees if that is a problem. We want you to come and just have a great time!!!

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  7. Wow...this one sounds like fun...hmmmmm let me see what I can do.
    smiles...Tammy

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  8. I am really considering it...
    hahahaaaaaaaaaaaa
    **Milu**

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  9. Wow! This candy is spectacular....pick me! pick me! And, I love the idea of the cruise - how exciting! Thanks for everything - your creations, the yummy candy & inviting us to join your cruise!

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  10. I mentioned it to my husband as he was leaving for work, and he said, "Have a great time!"

    I'm going! I can't wait!

    He IS Able,
    Traci S.
    Florida

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  11. I wanna go! Wow that sounds like a super great trip! OMGosh!

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  12. it is very nice ,but I came from old Germany so it is difficulty to for me.
    Thanks for our nice chance I like our challenge blog .

    glg anne2411

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  13. You know this sure sounds inviting, I will have to see if I can get someone to cover inventory for me at work. What a great price.

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  14. **Note** Passports ARE needed for Canadians!!

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  15. Hmmm a stamping cruise leaving from my home town... Great price... Not sure I can pass this up!!

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  16. To bad that the airline ticket to get me there will be $900 :S Sounds great though!

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  17. ooohh that's nice to going with a cruise ship that's wunderfull!!
    hugs maranda

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  18. I can't wait till the boat leves yay!

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