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Come Cruisin'with Maurice & Antoinette

Trip cancelled due to Covit19








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Maurice and Antoinette. 

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Freedom of the Seas

September 20- 27, 2020

$620 per person

(Inside Cabin -double rate)

$843 per person

(Ocean View Cabin -double rate)

$1123 per person

(Balcony Cabin -double rate)


Cruise Only Price

Additional Expenses:

Approximate Air $650 (Exact Price available after March 1, 2020)

Gratuities $14.50 per person, per day (can be prepaid)

Round trip Transfer from airport to ship  $35 per person


ORIGINAL Birth Certificates or Passports are required

$50 deposit per person by December 1, 2019

(Prices and Cabin availability may change if not deposited by December 1,2019)




San Juan is the second oldest city established in the New World, one of the most historically significant destinations in the Caribbean & the Western Hemisphere.  Walk through 500-year-old forts with breathtaking views of the Atlantic, various UNESCO sites, historic churches, tour the second oldest cathedral in the Americas, visit museums, step foot into Ponce de Leon’s mansion, tour La Fortaleza palace, and so much more




Aruba's 'Happy Island' is blessed with natural beauty, blissful weather and the warmest people you will ever meet.You can follw Aruban guides on off-road adventures to Baby Beach, go under the wreck of the SS Antilla or even go on a horseback ride to the hidden limestone caves.
Curacao With its delightful Dutch colonial architecture, thriving art and culinary scenes and excellent history museums, go-go Curaçao feels like a little piece of Europe at the edge of the Caribbean. A little piece of Europe, that is, with glorious hidden beaches, wondrous caves, amazing snorkeling and diving, and a colorful town to explore.
Bonaire has a long history of nature preservation, and always seeks to find the delicate balance between environmental protection and growth, while maintaining nature and culture. Bonaire was one of the first Caribbean islands to collaborate with the Coral Restoration Foundation to conserve our reefs. By commencing a program for cultivating new corals, specifically the stag horn and Elkhorn corals, Bonaire will be able to preserve the reef’s genetic diversity.  But conservation and preservation is not limited to the marine environment. Bonaire continues to pursue initiatives that will reduce the CO2 effects on our planet as we work towards fulfilling our promise to remain an ‘Eco-Friendly’ destination. 
St Maarten  Get the experience of visiting two island colonies in the same 37 square miles. Saint Maarten/Saint Martin's spicy marriage of Caribbean, French and Dutch cultures matches its physical diversity: the island is both urban and untamed, with rain forest-like landscapes, white beaches, and amazing caves and wildlife.