Booking the Cruise
Can I book with my Travel
Sorry - but no...if
you wish to be part of our group.
To be part of our group and attend the
meetings & workshops, you must book your cruise with CruiseFun.
CruiseFun has setup the group with the Cruise line, arranged all the
activities, and is handling all concerns in booking the group.
All Meetings & Workshops are "Private Parties" - just for those booked
Call CruiseFun at 1-866-326-2338 or 1-405-282-8989.
Can other passengers join our group?
ONLY passengers with our group, booked through
CruiseFun will be permitted into the meetings & workshops. There will be special badges issued to our group at the
first meet & greet.
Can you help me find a roommate?
CruiseFun, book your cruise “double occupancy”, and give us you
roommate preferences. We
cannot “assign” roommates, but we can help you find someone.
What is Travel Insurance?
Travel Insurance is an
insurance policy that protects the cash investment in your trip, unforeseen
medical expenses, lost luggage, and much more.
Travel Insurance covers one major item, that is "Trip Cancellation"
-- to be refund the cost of
your trip in case
of: S.A.D. - Sickness, Accident or Death.
S – Sickness – you or your travel companion become ill (for a medical
reason) and cannot travel or become ill and
cannot complete your travel
A – Accident – you or your travel companion have an Accident and cannot travel, or have an
accident on the trip and cannot complete your travel
D – Death – If a death occurs in your immediate family prior to your trip and you cannot go or a
death occurs during your trip and you cannot complete your travel.
The cost of Travel
Insurance is based on your age and the value of your trip. Call us
for more info or see:
recommend Insurance Carrier for more details.
1-866-DANCEFUN (1-866-326-2338) or 405-282-8989.
Do you recommend Travel Insurance?
We've never seen someone unhappy they bought the insurance, but many
unhappy who wish they had.
Do I need a passport?
What are the new passport requirements?
U.S. Government will soon require all of our guests (including U.S.
citizens) to be in possession of a valid passport when traveling on
any Carnival cruise. Foreign nationals should contact their
respective governments to obtain further details. This requirement
may become effective as early as January 1, 2008.
Effective January 23, 2007, passports will be required for air
travel to or from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the
Caribbean, The Bahamas and Bermuda. This is an important new
requirement for our cruise guests traveling by air to embark or
debark in Vancouver for our Alaska or Hawaii cruises. In addition,
this new requirement will also impact our Canadian guests that
travel by air to or from any of our U.S. embarkation ports.
Carnival strongly recommends that
all guests travel with a valid passport during their cruise. This
will enable guests to fly from the U.S. to meet their ship at the
first port should they miss their scheduled embarkation; and allow
guests that must debark the ship before their cruise ends to fly
back to the U.S. without significant delays and
complications. Additionally, it will greatly help to expedite their
more information or to obtain a passport application, visit
Passport Services (www.passportservices.com/carnival)
can also assist with step-by-step instructions and application
Información en Español
Aviso Para Viajeros
You may print a passport application or get
additional information from the government on this subject by visiting
When should we board?
Embarkation Hours are 12:00 Noon to 3:30 pm
Once a ship docks at a US Port, it is under the control of the US Customs service. Their job is clear all passengers and luggage through customs - this takes time. When they finish clearing all disembarking gusts and luggage, they will allow boarding to commence - not before. You may arrive early and boarding may start before 12:00 pm, but you may also experience a wait before the lines start moving. The good news is that when boarding commences, the lines move quickly. For those boarding early, the afternoon will then be yours to have lunch on board, explore the ship, and start your vacation!
Please be at the pier no later 3:30 pm !
When do we Disembark?
This ship arrives into
Port by 8:00 am.
But due to the ship’s passengers and cargo needing to clear
Customs, we usually start general disembarking around 9:00 am.
Depending on your Muster Station – most guests are to the pier by
10:00 am, barring any snags with customs.