1. Question: What is the name of the Cruise Ship?
2. Question: What is included in the Cruise rate?
Port charges include but are not limited to: (i) taxes/fees assessed by governmental and other agencies; (ii) cost incidental to entering/leaving ports such as pilotage; and (iii) costs incurred while in port.
The cruise vacation price does not include air transportation, shore excursions, telephone calls, internet service, photographs, gratuities on drinks, medical services, purchases aboard ship.
3. Question: Is airfare included in the cost of the cruise?
4. Question: Into which airport should I fly?
5. Question: When should I plan to arrive and depart from Florida for the cruise?
6. Question: Is transportation available from the airport to the pier? Do you need my flight itinerary?
7. Question: What types of payments will be accepted?
8. Question: What happens if I am not able to make the cruise once I have paid?
10. Question: Can I get Internet access aboard the ship?
11. Question: How are onboard purchases charged?
For your convenience, the ships use the Sail –N-Sign signing system. This system allows you to charge all onboard purchases by presenting the Cruise Card that is issued to you upon boarding. On the last morning of your cruise vacation, an itemized statement will be delivered to your stateroom for verification. If you would like to check your balance before then, you can check it through the television in your room or by stopping at the Guest Services. For your convenience, your Sail –N-Sign charges will be billed automatically to the credit card you selected upon check-in or deducted from your cash deposit.