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Christmas Cruise

Dec 22-24, 2023

4 Days

Allure of the Seas

Starting at $709


About this Cruise

Sure, you'll find crowds of people on this cruise ship, but amongst them you'll find our Christmas Group. Some of us know each other, some of us won't, but there'll be no strangers by the time we disembark this ship! So, whether you're joining us alone or coming with your travel gang, bring positive vibes and a holiday heart and let's turn up! Secret Santa gift exchange is optional.

Ready to Cruise Royally?

Meet Your Agent

Heeey, I'm Renata, and I'll be your cruise concierge for this sailing. So, when it comes down to the fine details like surprising your companion with a bottle of wine and chocolate covered strawberries, booking an excursion or honorary dinner celebration don't hesitate to reach out.
My goal is to make your traveling experience blissful. and as memorable as possible.

See you soon!
Renata Speaks

Here's Your  Itinerary

& Destination Info

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Departure - Port Canaveral 4:00 PM

Make the most of your Port Canaveral vacation by embarking on an excursion unique to Florida’s Space Coast. Where else can you dine with astronauts, learn how to surf, and explore native wildlife? It’s no wonder that Port Canaveral is affectionately nicknamed “Florida’s Fun Port.” Take in a day of fishing on one of the charter boats docked at the port, steer a freighter simulation at Exploration Tower, play the slots onboard the Victory Casino Cruise Ship, or visit the nearby Kennedy Space Center!

  • Be sure to contact us for more pre and post departure super fun ideas!


Days spent at sea can be some of the most relaxing or thrilling parts of your trip, with a seemingly endless list of activities, restaurants, entertainment and more at your fingertips. So, send the kids off, kick back and relax, engage in the festivities and enjoy the nightly entertainment. Tomorrow is going to be out of this world!

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Nassau, Bahamas

Caribbean charm shines in the Bahamian capital, where you’re never more than a few steps away from rhythmic percussions, appetizing flavors, white-sand beaches, and some of the clearest waters in the world. This picture-perfect paradise was once a pirate’s haven— and you can explore its colorful past of buccaneers, blockade-runners and bootleggers along historical streets and at the three colonial fortresses that line the shores. If you’re looking for a more hands-on maritime adventure, look no further. Cruise to Nassau and swim with stingrays, dive with dolphins, or spot colorful coral on a glass-bottom boat. And just across the bridge is beautiful Paradise Island, home to world-famous luxury hotels and resorts. Spend the day at the famous Atlantis and splash your way through its expansive water park, grab a piña colada at the Marina Village, and spot the hammerhead sharks in Predator Lagoon.

Things to Do:

  • Lounge Like A Local

  • Visit Pearl Island, a private pardise

  • Go Shopping

  • Taste the local delecacies

  • Swim with the Dolpins

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Perfect Day at Coco Cay

Perfect Day at CocoCay a private destination exclusively for Royal Caribbean guests, located in the Bahamas. You’ll find endless ways to chill out and enjoy beautiful beaches and pristine water, plus thrilling experiences like the incredible Thrill Water Park, ziplining and every water sport you can imagine. Conquer the tallest waterslide in North America and snap a shot from up to 450 feet up in a helium balloon. Grab a drink at the swim-up bar and soak up the scene in the largest freshwater pool in the Bahamas. Or get a taste of Bora Bora with your own Overwater Cabana. Discover the magic of Perfect Day at CocoCay — only onboard Royal Caribbean® Cruises.

Disembark - Port Canaveral 0630 AM

The fun doesn't have to be over! Reach out to your travel agent to plan some noteworthy activities and experiences before heading home.

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About the Ship


Allure of the Seas




16 Decks

When it comes to epic vacations, the most awarded ship in the world dials adventure way, way up. Explore deck-defying discoveries, world-class dining, and the best cruise entertainment onboard Allure of the Seas®.

This Oasis Class favorite brings adventure to soaring new heights. Discover next-level thrills on every deck of Allure of the Seas®, from white-knuckle zip line rides ten decks up to totally splashworthy spaces for kids, like the interactive H20 Zone℠ Water Park. Get down after dark with more bars than any ship out there and savor a world of possibilities right onboard. Recognized for its dazzling onboard entertainment, thrilling attractions and wanderlust-fueled itineraries, this ship has already been named Best Large Cruise Ship, Best for Entertainment, and Best Individual Ship — and it’s just getting started.

Allure of the Seas delivers exhilarating onboard experiences, award-winning entertainment, and more wows-per-deck than any other experience on land or sea to everyone who comes aboard. Where else will you find seven distinct neighborhoods, 25 dining options, and 2,384 crew waiting to serve you, all in one place?

Cabin Life

When cruising Royal Caribbean, the positioning of your cabin is just as essential as the type of cabin you choose. The ship has distinct neighborhoods that your cabin may be assigned to. And, depend on the type of cabin you choose, you may have options to the view you prefer. For instance, you have may a balcony cabin with an option of a sea view or neighborhood or inside view. When booking into our group inventory, please note that we assign cabins based on the availability of what we have left in our inventory. However, if you desire a specific location or view, you will need to fully deposit your booking in order to obtain that location. Here are the distinct neighborhoods of your ship:

  • Allure of the Seas Boardwalk 

  • Allure of the Seas Central Park 

  • Allure of the Seas Entertainment Place 

  • Allure of the Seas Pool and Sports Zone 

  • Allure of the Seas Royal Promenade 

  • Allure of the Seas Vitality Spa and Fitness Center 

  • Allure of the Seas Youth Zone

Cabin Types & Pricing

Within our GROUP inventory, available for double occupancy booking at just $12.50 per person, and make your deposit with 30 days of booking. We will assign your cabin when group cabin assignments are conducted. We are holding the following cabin types within our group inventory:



Cabin Price: $1590

Price Per Person: $795

30-Day Deposit: $50 Per Person



Cabin Price: $2146

Price Per Person: $1323

30-Day Deposit: $50 Per Person



Cabin Price: $2130

Price Per Person: $1065

30-Day Deposit: $50 Per Person

All pricing and availability is subject to change until the actual time your cabin is confirmed.

Final Payment for this Cruise is Oct. 1, 2023
Minimum Monthly Payment is $75 per person per month

Registration Process

  1. Complete the registration form by telling us what type cabin you want and who will be in your cabin. Write down your cabin selections as pricing information is not available on the registration form.​​

  2. Once we process your registration we will confirm cabin availability and pricing by sending your invoice within 24-48 business hours.

  3. ​Validate your booking by making your deposit and first payment within 30 days of registration. 

Get the 4-1-1 On Cruising

Cabin Types

Find out the scoop on the different cabin types, the good, the bad and how to book one as an individual or as part of a group.

Promotions & Discounts

Get the 4-1-1- on how to take advantage of good deals, how to spot bad ones, and how to save big on your group or individual booking.

Understanding Cabin Fares

Why does it seem like solo cruisers and quint cruisers pay less? Do children pay less? Why is her balcony cabin cost less than mine? Can I combine these two deals I found?

Cruise Requirements

OMG, do I have to get a covid shot? Do I need a passport? Umm...I'm pregnant! Find out answers to our most commonly asked questions and then get booked!

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Just Remember...

When you hear an amazing deal and they say "

...prices as low as $199... best believe they haven't included the taxes or port fees and that price starts you out at the bottom of the boat." ~Mesha


Royal Cabins Info


Whoever said the cabin doesn't matter...


The Royal Caribbean Fleet currently has over 60 ships. The information and pictures provided on this page is to be used for general information and examples only. Your room layout, décor, location, inclusions, amenities and views may vary. Be sure to discuss and confirm your desires with your travel agent as details may vary from ship to ship.

Standard Stateroom Amenities

  • Luxurious Bedding

  • Beds that convert into two twin beds or one queen-size bed

  • Sitting Area

  • Private bath with shower, vanity area, and hair dryer

  • 24-Hour Room Service*

  • Round-the-Clock Stateroom Attendant

  • Nightly Turn-Down Service

  • Interactive TV & Movies

  • In-Room Safe

  • Phone and Voicemail Service

*A late-night service charge applies.

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Studio Staterooms for Solo Cruisers

In some cases, a small quantity of STUDIO STATEROOMS (for single occupants) are available so grab them quick because the go fast! A benefit to studio staterooms is they are designed especially for solo cruisers so you don't have to worry about paying for a double occupancy room rate if you don't have a travel companion, these rooms are priced with one occupant in mind.

Interior Staterooms

These feature comfy fittings with either twin or a Royal King size bed as well as a TV; telephone; fridge or minibar; private bathroom with shower; vanity area; hair-dryer and 24-hour room service. Some Interior staterooms also offer virtual balconies which stream real-time footage from the deck into your stateroom! Depending on your ship, you may have various views including the Promenade View Interior which overlooks the promenade; Central Park View Interior which overlooks Central Park and a Spacious Interior which offers more room and a sofa which converts to a double as well as two Pullman beds.

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Ocean View Staterooms

Ocean View staterooms offer jaw-dropping views from the sanctuary of your own space. With a view of the star-studded skies as well as shimmering sunsets, an Ocean View staterooms means that passing window scenes are never far away. These rooms feature two twin beds or a Royal King size bed; TV; telephone; fridge or minibar; private bathroom with shower; vanity area; hair-dryer and 24-hour room service. Depending on your ship size you may find plenty of these staterooms available such as the Ocean View to the Ultra Spacious Ocean View which offers a convertible sofa and two Pullman beds.

Balcony Staterooms

Enjoy the world drifting by your window with a Balcony Stateroom, featuring expansive ocean views and refreshing breezes. Each Balcony stateroom includes either two twin beds or a Royal King size bed; TV; telephone; fridge or minibar; private bathroom with shower; vanity area; hair-dryer and 24-hour room service. You may find balcony cabins varying in location from Central Park view; Boardwalk view or Ocean view. There are also options to select a larger balcony which increases the outside space from around 50 sq. ft. to 75 sq. ft., or even 82 sq. ft. for the Ultra Spacious Ocean View with Large Balcony. 


Suites & Lofts

The Royal Caribbean Fleet currently has over 60 ships. The information and pictures provided on this page is to be used for general information and examples only. Your room layout, décor, location, inclusions, amenities and views may vary. Be sure to discuss and confirm your desires with your travel agent as details may vary from ship to ship. In some cases, a small quantity of STUDIO STATEROOMS (for single occupants) are available so grab them quick because the go fast!

Standard Suite Amenities

Experience the “Suite Life” when you book a suite on Royal Caribbean. Suites offer even more amenities and personalized service for an exceptional cruise experience. Our suite program focuses on distinctive, tailored service and touches every aspect of the guest’s cruise, from arrival through departure.

  • Get on board faster with exclusive priority check-in.

  • Receive personalized attention during the cruise with complimentary Concierge Club service on select ships.

  • Enjoy the best seats in the house during shows and performances with reserved prime seating (where available).

  • Receive priority tender tickets on select cruises.

  • Relax in style with VIP pool deck seating, where available.

  • Indulge in in-room dining during breakfast, lunch, and dinner – simply order from our dining room menus.

  • Enjoy private breakfast and lunch seating in specialty restaurants on our Voyager and Freedom Class ships.

  • Let us handle your bags with our complimentary luggage valet service.

  • Luxury spa bathrobes.

  • Look your best on formal night with our complimentary pressing service.

  • At the end of your cruise, enjoy priority departure through our exclusive suite* departure lounge, which includes continental breakfast.

  • Note: The above suite amenities are not available to guests staying in our Junior Suites.

Junior Suite

These suites offer a bedroom area with either two twin beds or one Royal King; a full bathroom with a tub; sitting area with a sofa that converts to a double bed as well as a private balcony. This is the only suite not to receive the Concierge service. On-board Allure of the Seas, Junior Suites are situated on specific decks. Be sure to check with your agent for details on your specific ship.


Grand Suite

The Grand Suite has two twin beds that convert into a Royal King size bed; a full bathroom with a tub and two sinks; living room with a sofa that converts into a double bed and a private balcony with a seating area and private dining. There is also a two-bedroom version of the suite which also includes two Pullman beds; additional vanity area; marble entry and an entertainment centre. As with the rest of the suites, they are limited in quantity, but may include a Jacuzzi in the private balcony. Be sure to check with your agent to confirm the details for your ship. You may even find Grand Panoramic Suites as well!

Owner’s Suite

Allure of the Seas Owner’s Suite offers even more amenities and personalized service. All of the Owner’s Suites include two twin beds or Royal King size bed; private bathroom with a tub and two sinks; marble entry; large closets; living area with table and sofa and a private balcony with table and chairs. There may be as many as 10 of these suites on board your cruise ship, maybe more maybe less depending on the design of the ship. The Owner's "Panoramic" Suites may also be available. 


Crown Loft Suite

The Crown Loft Suites offer great space, both inside and out. These cabins are two-decks high offering a fantastic view from their panoramic windows. Both bedrooms are on the loft level, while the dining area is situated below. This suite features twin beds which can be converted into a Royal King; large shower; bath; dry bar; table and chairs; living room with sofa that converts into a double bed and a private balcony with table and chairs. There may be as many as twenty of these suites on board your cruise, the design of your ship may have more or less.

AquaTheater Suite

With wraparound balconies and a view of the below AquaTheater, these suites are fantastic for watching all of the events and activities down below on the ship. There are either one- or two-bedroom suites with the one-bedroom version featuring two twin beds or a Royal King; bathroom with a tub; large closets; sitting area with a table and chairs; sofa bed; private balcony with seating area and private dining. For two-bedrooms, these include: a master bedroom with a King size bed and Duxiana mattress; second bedroom has two twin beds which convert to a Royal King as well as two Pullman beds; vanity with a chair in each bedroom; living area with a double sofa bed; dining room; marble entry; entertainment centre; two bathrooms with the master including a tub and an expansive balcony with seating. There is a limited number of AquaTheater suites available, all of which are placed overlooking the stage to enjoy the shows from the comfort of your own space. 


Star Loft Suite

These two-deck suites are great for families, with plenty of living space and your own dining room. The include privileges such as priority check-in and complimentary concierge service too. Features include: panoramic views; master bedroom and bathroom on second level; bedroom include a King size bed with Duxiana mattress; bathrooms with shower for two; private balcony with dining area; dry bar; living room with sofa that converts to a double bed and closets on each level. This suite type is very limited, in fact, there may be only one or two!

Owner’s Panoramic Suite

Situated over two-decks, the Owner’s Panoramic Suite opens with a grand entrance, revealing lofty views from the panoramic windows. Other features include: a single-floor suite with doorbell; dining room; dry bar; entertainment centre; living room with sofa bed; guest bath with shower; master bedroom with a King size bed and Duxiana Mattress and a sitting area, as well as a master bathroom with a tub, shower, two sinks and a bidet. The private balcony also features a Jacuzzi. This suite type is very limited, in fact, there may be only one!


Grand Panoramic Suites

Another two-deck high stateroom, Allure of the Seas Grand Panoramic Staterooms feature a grand entrance; single-floor suite with doorbell; dining room with dry bar and entertainment centre; living room with a soft bed; guest bath and shower; master bedroom has a King size bed with Dixiana Matrress and sitting area; master bathroom with tub; shower; two sinks and a bidet, as well as a private balcony with Jacuzzi. This suite type is very limited, in fact, there may be only one!

Royal Loft Suite

The incredible Royal Loft Suite is the top suite you can book on-board Allure of the Seas. The suite is set across two decks and features panoramic views from the expansive windows. On the second level: the master bedroom has a King size bed with Duxiana Mattress; bathroom with tub; shower; two sinks; a bidet and a closet. The main level includes a second bedroom with closest, two twin beds which convert to a Royal King; dining area; dry bar; living room; sofa that converts to a double bed; bathroom with shower and a private balcony with whirlpool and dining area. This suite is very limited, in fact, there may be only one!


Royal Promotion Info
Get the 4-1-1 On Specials

"We're not "competitors of the cruise line...we're partners!" You don't lose anything by booking with us. So whether it's a VIFP Deal, Casino offer or a deal you heard on the tv or radio, we can log in to the system and grab it for you! Here's what you need to know...

Kid's Pricing


Casino Royale Offers


VIFP Pricing

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Current Promotions

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Kid's Pricing

Kids Sail Free is an offer Royal Caribbean offers selectively throughout the year.  The "catch" with a Kids Sail Free deal are the blackout dates that prevent you from booking the promotion. The exact offer details may vary, but Royal Caribbean's Kids Sail Free offers typically follow some standard basics...

  1. The first and second guest in the cabin pay the full fare rate, even if the first or second guest is a child.

  2. The third+ guest who are 12 years old or younger on select 4 nights or longer sailings are eligible for free cruise fare.

  3. You are still responsible for paying the taxes, port fees and gratuities of the eligible kids sailing.

Kids Sale For Less is an alternative program, following much of the same above principals, but with less blackout dates. Average discount range is 25-30% off when the child is the third, fourth or 5th person in the cabin.


Casino Royale Offers

A true match made in heaven is the relationship between the casino and cruising. Let it be known that some of the most amazing perks, deals and upgrades are awarded to these guests. With so much to cover it was best for us to narrow the information down to three important links:

  1. Perks

  2. Promotions

  3. Policy

Just remember that Casino Offers are stand-alone offers and cannot be combined with any other deals or promotions. To search for your casino offers CLICK HERE, then contact your travel agent to book your individual or group reservation.

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Crown & Anchor Society

The Crown & Anchor® Society is Royal Caribbean's way of recognizing and rewarding our most loyal guests. As a member, you’ll enjoy exclusive benefits to make your cruise experiences with Royal Caribbean® even more wow-worthy. You’ll earn one Cruise Point for every night you sail with us, and double points when you book a Suite. Points add up to perks you can enjoy both on board and on land. And as your points grow, so do your benefits and status. Your agent will find and attach your Rewards Number to any sailing you book with us AND if you have special offers on the table, you'll have the opportunity to consider which is best for you. 

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Current Promotions

If you see or hear an attractive price or promotion on TV, Radio or at Royal, let us know! We are more than happy to book that for you! When trying to apply a promotion to a group, we're sorry but you'll have to choose one or the other; our group rate, or the promotion. There's an advantage and disadvantage to both. Weigh the pro's and cons and let us know which way you want to go! Promotions usually require a per person deposit, include cancellation and change fees, and may sometimes include less favorable cabins such as obstructed views, bunk bed units or less ideal pricing.

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Cruise Policies

All cruise bookings are governed by the following entities and organizations. 

Cruise Ticket Contract

Before Boarding Your Cruise

Center for Disease Control

World Health Organization

Girl Let's Go Look Before You Book Contract


Here Are Our Most Common Inquiries

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Closed Loop Cruises - When a cruise starts in the USA and ends in the USA, no passport is required for US Citizens. 

Whenever a passport is NOT required, guest MUST be able to show an original birth certificate (no copies) and valid government issued ID card to prove US Residency (Military ID's cannot be used to prove citizenship, traveler must present a state issued government ID card.


Open Loop Cruises - If a cruise starts in or out of the USA and and ends in a different country, a passport is required for US Citizens.

Whenever a passport is required, the passport MUST have six months of validity past the trip dates or they may not be allowed to travel. This means if your trip is in February and your passport expires in April it is invalid and must be renewed for travel. 



Parents of minors must present an original birth certificate for each minor child showing their name as the parent. If a child is traveling with ONE parent, a notarized letter granting permission for the traveling parent to take the child out of the country for the dates of the cruise may be requested. It is suggested that all parents traveling with children have this letter if both parents (listed on the birth certificate are not present).


Guardians of minors (that are not their child) must have a notarized letter of permission and original Birth Certificate (not a copy) from the birth parent(s) identifying themselves as the guardian with permission to travel with the child for the exact dates of the cruise, name of cruise ship. birth certificate (original, a notarized copy or a certified copy) supervise the child and allow emergency medical treatment to be administered. · 



Due to limitations of medical care, both on board and in various ports of call, women who have entered or exceeded their 24th week of pregnancy, at any time during the cruise, will not be allowed to board or sail with the ship.


  • Although vaccines are not required, we encourage all guests 5 years of age and older to be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, when eligible, and carry proof of vaccination.* Guests are considered fully vaccinated if they have received their final dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine or the appropriate booster at least 14 days prior to the sailing day (not counting embarkation day).

    • Pre-cruise testing is no longer required to sail, with a few exceptions. At this time, only the following sailings have pre-cruise testing requirements:

    • Cruises from the U.S. and Caribbean that visit Colombia

    • Transatlantic and Transpacific Sailings

    • Cruises from Hawaii to Vancouver

    • Cruises from Australia

To find the most current information on Royal Caribbean Vaccination Policy, CLICK HERE

Royal Pricing Info
What's Included In Your Cruise Fare

Cruise Fare basics

During the days of your cruise, your fare includes a plethora of entertainment options, complimentary white table dining as well as multiple fast food and grab and go delectable served at the pool grill or buffet. To quinch your thirst, grab some nonalcoholic beverages (coffee, tea, non-bottled water, lemonade and ice tea. By night, your fare includes your comfortable stateroom with cabin steward to refresh your sailing quarters daily, room service options, the exciting visit to however many port destinations that are included in your itinerary and your government mandated taxes and port fees. For minors, complimentary kids programming with age-appropriate activities in exciting onboard settings with trained child care professionals is included in the fare. Most programs are free, but you may pay for after-hours group babysitting or babysitters who come to your cabin (not all lines offer this).

Here's Where Things Get Tricky

Is the ship new or old? What class of ship is it? How many days will you be sailing? How many people are in your cabin? Heck, what cabin did you choose, and where is it located? These are all factors that can elevate your cruise fare.

A few rule of thumbs to remember...Generally speaking:

  • The older the ship, the more economical the price. The newer the ship, well... you know the rest.

  • Cabins types with obstructed views, bunk bed units or located in less ideal location on the ship are usually priced and advertised to represent the LOWEST available fare on the ship. You may even find promotions that offer lower fares if you allow the cruise line to pick your cabin location - you find out moments before you board. Could you imagine the horror of an undesirable cabin? This isn't always the case, but it's like playing Russian Roulette with your accommodations.

  • Ship classes make a difference. Each year cruise line's spend millions renovating and creating the most enjoyable experience. Certain classes of ships have accommodations and features that other ships may not.

  • Unless there is a special promotion, the first and second guest in the cabin pay the FULL FARE. Sometimes, the third, fourth and fifth guest in the stateroom pay a reduced fare but this is not always true.

  • Midship and cabins located higher up, or with the most spectacular views such as an AFT balcony cabin are highly prized commodities, few in inventory and sell out fast.

  • The more destinations you pack into your itinerary, the more fuel and service costs are associated with your fare. Expect shorter sailings to be priced less than smaller sailings. 


What's Not Included

The following items are not automatically included in your cruise fare when booking within a group, however, you can request to add them to your invoice so that you have no worries when it's time to take your cruise: 


Cruise Gratuities

Royal Caribbean Gratuities can be prepaid in your invoice so there's nothing to worry about, or billed to your room and settled before you leave the ship. Gratuities paid are distributed to the crew who you interact with, such as your stateroom attendants, dining and culinary services staff, as well as others who work behind the scenes to enhance your overall cruise experience.


Pricing for gratuities are as follows:

$16.00 per person per day for regular cabins $18.00 per person per day for suites.

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Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance is optional but highly recommended since all funds paid are non-refundable, non-transferrable and non-creditable without it. You may purchase through the cruise line by letting your agent know to add it to your invoice or shop through our insurance partnerships found at 

Pricing range is generally as follows:
  • Up to $400  = $49.00 per person
  • $401 - $500 = $65.00 per person
  • $501 - $600 = $79.00 per person
  • $601 - $800 = $95.00 per person
  • $800 - $1000 = $109 per person
  • $1000 - $1200 = $119↑ per person

Coverage Provided by: Aon 877-248-704;  For policy info email New York no option for protection will have to get their own policy, CLICK HERE FOR OPTIONS

Associated Costs & Personal Preferences

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Hotel & Parking Options



Travelers may opt to purchase a hotel at their own expense pre or post cruise travel at their desired hotel or one that Girl Let's Go has recommended. Cruise parking is available on or off the port. Rates range from $14-$25 per day.

Flights can be purchased on your own OR added to your cruise Invoice (with a deposit) once you have settled 1/2 your invoice. Travelers request this with their agent, terms are dictated by the Cruise Lines and the balance is due by final payment.

The Carnival Hub App:
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Cruisers are given access to make personal enhancements to their onboard experience, as well as an opportunity to schedule specialty reservations, see the ship calendar, get notifications on deals and specials, check-in, book excursions, drink packages and so much more. Clients can download the link at any time, however some features may not be available until you are within a certain window of your sail dates, generally 90-120 days before sailing. Get the app & Explore!

  • Share your cruise countdown

  • Purchase gifts, wifi, spa services, shore excursions, and more

  • Make dinner reservations

  • Complete Online Check-In

  • Chat

  • See What's Happening

  • Ship Maps

  • Food and Drinks

  • Account Management

  • Kids and Teens

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Groups VS Individual Bookings

Let's get a few things clear:

You are an individual booking so long as you are sailing with less than 7 other cabins

You can book as an individual and be tied to a group booking as sometimes the price promotion for an individual booking may be better than the group rate. Let me explain:

Groups are put together with guidelines and conditions that you may not be used to if you've only sailed as an individual reservation. One of the stark differences is that group bookings have a "locked in rate" where the cruise line is holding inventory for us to fill cabins for a short period of time. Groups usually have lower deposits and more relaxed terms and conditions which make them ideal. Agents must give-back unreserved cabins are released after a certain timeframe so it's best to grab them sooner or later by registering for the cruise. The release of certain deals or promotions may make booking as an "individual" within the group more attractive than our group rate, and if you find that to be the case, we're more than happy to get you booked, then move your reservation into the group so you can still take part of the perks, amenities and privileges extended to our cruisers from the Cruise Line & Girl Let's Go!


Our group inventory and advertised pricing is for DOUBLE OCCUPANCY CABINS; meaning two people occupy the cabin. The price displayed below shows the PER PERSON rate for each cabin. Example: If the cost of the cabin is $1,000.00, the price displayed below is $500 per person.



You can also occupy this cabin as a solo traveler, however you will pay for the full cost of the cabin. The ONLY discount you will receive as a solo traveler will be the deduction of the taxes and port fees for the second guest which is usually around $200 (less than the advertised price) which will be indicated on your invoice.

Example: ($1,000.00 Cost of Cabin - $200 taxes and port fees = $800)

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