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Cruise Vacation

  1. 1. Cruise Line Vacation<br />Cruise your way into the new vacation sensation!<br />By: Ashley Gannon<br />
  2. 2. To Cruise or <br />Not To Cruise<br />Pros:- Getting to explore different places without the hassle of changing hotels.- Food and entertainment included in the price.<br />Cons:<br />- Staterooms may be small and confined.<br />- May be hard to find a trip that has all the destinations you want.<br />
  3. 3. Destinations<br />Tropical and Exotic:<br />Foreign Lands:<br /><ul><li>Aruba
  4. 4. Bahamas
  5. 5. Barbados
  6. 6. Bermuda
  7. 7. Costa Rica
  8. 8. Dominican Republic
  9. 9. Grand Cayman Islands
  10. 10. Hawaii
  11. 11. Jamaica
  12. 12. Mexico
  13. 13. Panama Canal
  14. 14. Puerto Rico
  15. 15. Virgin Islands
  16. 16. Alaska
  17. 17. Argentina
  18. 18. Australia
  19. 19. Brazil
  20. 20. Canada
  21. 21. China
  22. 22. Egypt
  23. 23. Great Britain
  24. 24. Greece
  25. 25. Ireland
  26. 26. Italy
  27. 27. Japan
  28. 28. Mediterranean
  29. 29. New Zealand</li></ul>Private Islands:<br />Royal Caribbean owns two private islands for their ships to port at.<br /><ul><li>Coco Cay, Bahamas
  30. 30. Labadee, Haiti</li></li></ul><li>Excursions<br />Each destination has its own set of excursions for cruisers to enjoy while in port. These excursions have extra costs but include transportation to and from the ship.<br /><ul><li>Adventure Tours
  31. 31. ATV Rental and Rides
  32. 32. City Tours
  33. 33. Cuisine Tours
  34. 34. Deep Sea Fishing
  35. 35. Glass Bottom Boat Tour
  36. 36. Golfing
  37. 37. Hiking Tours
  38. 38. Horseback Riding
  39. 39. Jet-Skiing
  40. 40. Kayaking
  41. 41. Parasailing
  42. 42. Sail Boat Tours
  43. 43. Scuba Diving
  44. 44. Sightseeing Tours
  45. 45. Snorkeling
  46. 46. Speed Boat Rides
  47. 47. Wildlife Tours
  48. 48. Zip-Lining
  49. 49. And Many More…</li></li></ul><li>A Floating Resort<br />
  50. 50. Staterooms<br />Staterooms come in many different sizes based on price. <br />Interior Staterooms: just the average staterooms with no windows to the exterior of the ship <br />Oceanview Staterooms: have a large window that lets you look out as you sail<br />Balcony Staterooms: includes a large balcony to relax while you sail<br />Each stateroom includes two twin beds, a sofa and table, tv, safe, closet, and desk, also a bathroom with shower.<br />Deluxe suites: includes multiple bedrooms and a full bathroom and sitting area with balcony<br />
  51. 51. Cuisine Options<br />Formal Dining<br />Each ship has one or two formal dining rooms which serve dinner at two separate times each evening. This type of dining consists of a three course meal with new items on the menu every night. The attire for this dining room is smart casual, with one to three formal dress nights.<br />
  52. 52. Casual Dining<br />Alternative Dining Options<br />Each ship has a Windjammer Café, which is a three room buffet-style restaurant open from morning til night, with a very casual dress code. This dining option is included in the price of your cruise. <br />Other dining options include the Portifino Grille which holds a special show one night during the cruise. Many ships include Johnny Rockets as well. These types of restaurants are not included in the price of the cruise and will cost extra if you choose to dine there. <br />
  53. 53. After Dinner Fun<br />A Show For All<br />Enjoy a Drink <br />Sit back and have an after dinner drink at one of the many onboard bars. On certain nights the bars may have jazz music or karaoke. You can also dance the night away at the onboard club. <br />Each ship contains a large theater which includes a different style show twice a night. Theses shows include Broadway style productions as well as game show style acts. <br />Casino Royale<br />Try your luck at a hand of blackjack, or enjoy a Vegas-style night playing the slots in the specially themed casino on each of the ships. <br />
  54. 54. WorkoutthenRelax<br />Gym<br />Spa<br />Each ships gym comes fully loaded with everything you need for a successful workout. The ship also offers different fitness classes and personal trainers at additional costs.<br />Spa services come at an additional cost but include everything from hair and makeup, to full body massages and manicures. <br />
  55. 55. Funin theSun<br />Pool Deck<br />Sports Deck<br /><ul><li>Running Track
  56. 56. Miniature Golf
  57. 57. Rock Climbing Wall
  58. 58. Basketball Court
  59. 59. Two Pools
  60. 60. Hot Tubs
  61. 61. Adult Solarium
  62. 62. Adult Pool
  63. 63. Kids Splash Area
  64. 64. Sun Bathing Chairs</li></li></ul><li>JustFor The Kids<br />Each ship contains an area specifically designed for kids and teens. The ship includes a center where parents can leave the kids and go spend some adult time elsewhere. This program is called Adventure Ocean and is designed with different activities to let the kids enjoy the cruise just as much as the adults. The ships also include a special pool area just for kids as well, with water slides and smaller pools.<br />
  65. 65. ReadytoPlanYourCruise?<br />Planning a cruise vacation is rather easy. You can either visit their website or contact your personal travel agent. <br />When planning your cruise, always remember to check your itinerary. Also check to see if your ship will be having any theme nights and how many formal nights you will need to pack extra clothing for. Even though your trip is paid for by the time you board the ship, remember to bring extra money for the ports and any excursions you would like to take. <br />www.royalcaribbean.com<br />After all the planning is complete and you board the ship, grab a chair by the pool and a signature Royal Caribbean cocktail…and RELAX!<br />

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