We’ve talked about doing this group cruise for years. “A Collective Goods Customer Appreciation Cruise would be fun.” We said. Not sure how many cruises we’ve actually taken in all this time we’ve been with the company. Enough to have customers ask about our last voyage, and if we’re planning to take another one.
Instead of telling customers about the joys of cruising, or why we firmly believe cruising is the best vacation money can buy – we’d like to show them via our?Inaugural Collective Goods Customer Appreciation Cruise.
Based on the survey results we collected at the beginning of the school year, we realized many of our customers agree. Not only was the response quick and massive, it became apparent a cruise was viable vacation option for a majority who took this survey. In fact the response was so overwhelming, and the options so vast, we couldn’t just settle on one option.
That’s why we’re offering two cruise options.
We are pleased to announce the First Annual Collective Goods Customer Appreciation Cruise with both a 7 day Cozumel Plus AND a 5 Day Eastern Caribbean sailing. Both out of one of favorite ports, Port Canaveral, Florida.
Option 1: Carnival Breeze – 7 Day Cozumel Plus
Sailing June June 15 – June 22. (Saturday to Saturday)
Ports of Call: Cozumel, Mexico – Belize? – Mahogany Bay, Isla Roatan -?Costa Maya, Mexico
Carnival Breeze is one of our favorite ships and a class all by itself. Carnival Breeze is last of the Carnival Dream Class ships, which was launched in June, 2012. We’ve sailed on her in July of 2015 and at the time, was at the top of our list. While we’ve sailed to Cozumel several times, Belize, Mohogany Bay and Costa Maya will be our first visit. Belize was at the top of the survey results as destination, and is at the top of ours as well. We’re very excited about doing this together with long time customers we regard as friends.
Sailing June 24 – June 29. (Monday to Saturday)
Ports of Call: Grand Turk? – Amber Cove, Dominican Republic
Carnival Elation is part of the Fantasy Class of ships. While it was built in 1998, it recently had a multi million dollar refurbishment in 2017, upgrading Elation to a Fun Ship 2.0 class. Elation’s month long dry dock gave her all new cabin decor, a Waterworks park aft of the ship,?Guy’s Burger Joint, Blue Iguana Cantina, RedFrog Rum Bar, and BlueIguana Tequila Bar. She also had a new deck added (Deck 14, Grand) that includes two Grand Vista suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, 22 junior suites, two scenic ocean-view cabins and 12 inside cabins.
While this is our first sailing on the Elation. We’ve sailed this class before. (Imagination being our first ever cruise back in 1998.) It will also be our first sailing to Amber Cove, Dominican Republic which we’ve heard and read is a tropical paradise.
Deposits to hold your cabin are a piece of cake. Just $50 per person.
The set number of cabins are locked in for each sailing, and we can reserve more once these are reserved. (Prices are subject to change after these are gone.) If there is a category you don’t see, but would like please add that to the “Additional Information” section of our reservation form. We can and will get you a quote and fulfill your request. Full deposit of either $150 per person for the Elation, and $250 per person for the Breeze is required for cabins not already listed at this time.
We promise – this is a fabulous experience, and hope to offer this option year after year to many more destinations. Alaska? We can do that. Mediterranean? We can do that as well. The possibilities and the destinations are endless. And it all starts with this inaugural season with you, summer of 2019.