How Are Cabins Priced?
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY CABINS
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)
NEED HELP FINDING A CABIN MATE?
Registered guests have the option to list themselves in the cabin classifieds to pair with another registered guest once they have made settled 50% of their invoice. Girl Let's Go does NOT assist, vet or guarantee a match, but we do make this service available to our guests. You must have a cabin mate by final payment or you will be billed as a solo traveler. No exceptions.
Welcome to the
Celebrate Good Times
Nov. 2-6, 2023
4 Day Cruise
Let's Sea The World!
Hello, I'm the cruise concierge and senior coordinator for this cruise. On this page you'll find a wealth of information about Carnival Cruise Lines, the ship we'll be sailing on and some standard information when it comes to group cruising and specific information when it comes to your ship and sail date. If you have any other questions that I can answer for you, feel free to email me using my official contact information below:
Your Super Fun Destinations
Starting at $535 per person (includes taxes and port fees) plus Exclusive Girl Let's Go Sailing Perks
Monthly Payment Plans Available!
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About the Ship
Dry Dock 2022
The 3,690-passenger Breeze, which can pack in 4,724 when every bed is occupied. Passengers tend to be unpretentious, friendly and social. ou'll find a nearly nonstop range of activities (from beanbag tossing to the notorious hairy chest competition), entertainment (30-minute song-and-dance shows, live music throughout the ship) and lots of chow-down options, from 24-hour handmade pizza to a Michelin-quality chef's table. You'll be lucky to get a seat at a $6 blackjack table in the smoky casino, which buzzes on sea nights. During the day, kids make a beeline for two scream-inducing water slides, mini-golf and an elevated ropes course.
About Your Destinations
Some people just arrive at the port and board the ship; others arrive early to include it as a part of their vacation experience. Here are a few things you can do if you arrive early:
Located right across from the cruise terminal, “The Strand” is a historical district full of shops and restaurants. In addition to the various clothing and gift shops that line Strand Street, there is also a giant chess set for playing in the adjacent Saengerfest Park as well as a running trolley for transportation.
Galveston’s Historic Pleasure Pier is hard to miss, extending out from the island and over the water like a beacon. The pier boasts a roller coaster and rides in addition to food, shops, and carnival games. All-day ride passes for those taller than 48 inches costs $28. Those under 48 inches cost $21. (Pricing provided for reference, subject to change)There are discounted tickets available for seniors, active military and veterans, and through local hotels for guests.
Moody Gardens - Located about 6mi from the cruise port, this Resort, Spa & Hotel has a famed Rainforest, Aquarium Pyramids, MG3d & 4D Theaters and is home to the Discovery Museum, Colonel Paddlewheel Boat and the 1.5 million gallon aquarium is home to a large colony of penguins, seals, hypnotic Jellyfish, and more!
Cozumel is proof that Mexico can do ‘island flavor’ with the best of the Caribbean. It may not be the biggest island in the sea, but Cozumel offers a huge variety of things to do, see, taste and explore. This island just happens to be perched atop a coral reef, which promises hours of snorkeling or scuba diving fun. Cruises to Cozumel dock at the island’s heart — just minutes from San Miguel’s seafront shops and the white sand beach at Chankanaab National Park. Drift among star corals and sea fans on a Cozumel diving excursion or simply kick back on the beach beneath your own palm palapa as the turquoise waves roll in. With non-stop zip line action, ancient discoveries at the nearby Mayan ruins, or time spent with your toes in the sand, a cruise to Cozumel may just top your best vacations list… before you even get home.
Cruise to Cozumel for a scuba diving adventure along the Great Mesoamerican Reef.
Enjoy a leisurely day of snorkeling with iridescent fish at Chankanaab National Park.
Swim with the flippy guys at Dolphinaris.
Fun Day at Sea
For many passengers, a day at sea holds the record for the best day of a cruise vacation! With an entire ship to explore and no rush to join a shore tour or make the most of a few limited hours in a port of call cruiser's find themselves catching up on their rest, getting pampered in the Cloud 9 Spa or engaged in the all-day Lido Party, racking in the dough at the casino or enjoying the plethora of activities, shows and events.
Booking With Girl Let's Go
You may have cruised before, but if you've never cruised as a group or with Girl Let's Go groups, the experience is totally different. Our registered travelers are pampered with an array of different perks, amenities, upgrades, raffles, cabin surprises on board credits and even cash giveaways. If you book this sailing on your own or through Carnival Cruise Lines you will be on the ship, but not a part of our group, and trust me you'll know the difference! We're holding about 40 double occupancy cabins. To ensure you are booked "into" our group, start with the $12.50 per person registration to reserve one. If you don't have a cabin mate now, don't worry, you'll have until the final payment date of the cruise to add one.
The following cabins are NOT a part of our group inventory and cannot be reserved with $12.50. This is because they are a limited quantity on the ship and can only be reserved by collecting more info from you AND obtaining price, availability and deposit requirements for you to reserve.
Cabins that hold 3, 4, 5 cruisers