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We would be happy to assist you with booking cruise!

We have some of the best cruise experts anywhere who are knowledgeable about cruise destinations, cruise ships and finding you the best value.

United States and Canada / Eastern Standard Time
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9 AM to 8 PM Friday through Sunday
  TOLL FREE: 1-800-961-4635
Australia and New Zealand / Eastern Standard Time (Sydney)
  FREECALL: 1 800 251 657
 
United Kingdom / Greenwich Mean Time
  FREEPHONE: 0800 101 2793
All Other Countries / Eastern Time Zone (GMT -5:00)
011-561-366-4816

Please note that all prices on our website are in US dollars, and travel purchases must be completed with a major credit card. Unless you are considering one of our custom cruise itineraries, certain cruise lines prohibit US-based travel agencies from selling to non-US residents.

All passengers regardless of their home country, citizenship or country of residency are responsible for obtaining the proper documentation for travel. This includes passports

Cruise Insurance

Buying Cruise Vacation Protection
As with most purchases these days, when you are about to pay for that trimmer, refrigerator or new car, you are offered additional protection in the form of added insurance. Buying a cruise or any vacation for that matter is no different. So should you do it? Our helpful advice is summarized below.

Know your existing coverage
What type of health insurance do you have? Does the credit card you used to purchase your cruise provide any travel insurance benefits? It's worth taking the time to know your existing coverage when shopping for a cruise vacation. You may find that what you already have is enough to give you peace-of-mind. In some instances, having extra coverage is recommended.

When does it make sense to purchase additional coverage?
There are many circumstances where buying cruise vacation protection makes sense. First, if you feel you may have to cancel your cruise vacation due to unforeseen circumstances, then buying that extra policy is recommended. Some of the basic policies include refunds for cancellation penalties due to covered circumstances such as illness and loss of work. Some premium policies will cover cancellations for any reason right up to the day of departure. So if you need peace-of-mind regarding cancellations, then buying vacation protection is recommended.

If you are travelling to developing countries or exotic ports of call, you should consider buying a policy. Why? Most protection plans offer increased health coverage above and beyond your existing health insurance. If you become ill while on the cruise, the additional coverage can provide medical air evacuations that may not be covered under your existing policy.

Are you driving to your cruise vacation?
Driving to your cruise vacation is a very popular option and reduces the overall cost of a cruise vacation by eliminating high priced airfare. But by driving, you also reduce the risk associated with air travel. What are the odds that your baggage won't get to the ship on time when you have 100% control? The odds of getting delayed and missing the initial departure are also reduced because airport connections are eliminated entirely. So when driving to your departure port, buying extra insurance protection may not be worth the added expense.

What types of cruise vacation protection plans are available?
"Basic" cruise insurance typically provides refunds for some cancellation penalties, lost or delayed baggage and costs related to travel delay. A "premium" or "gold" policy includes cancel for any reason coverage and increased benefits for illness and travel delays.

Should I Buy Cruise Insurance from the Travel Agent or the Cruise Line?
Cruise insurance policies sold by the cruise lines are generally more expensive and provide less coverage than other cruise vacation policies available. If you buy an independent cruise insurance policy from a travel agent, you will tend to get more coverage when compared to a similar policy from the cruise lines. Travel agents sell cruise insurance policies from reputable companies, including, CSA Insurance, Travel Guard and Access America.

In summary, buying cruise vacation protection isn't always needed. If you are driving to your departure port, take a look at your existing insurance coverage. You may find that what you already have through your regular health insurance and credit card will provide you with peace-of-mind. If you decide to buy a policy, buying insurance through one of the major travel insurance providers is a better value than buying a policy sold through a cruise line.

 

Carnival Cruises

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Alaska

When sailing on a Carnival Alaska cruise, you will enjoy 2 full days of breathtaking scenery while cruising the Inside Passage. In Tracy Arm Fjord, magnificent high cliff walls carved-out by glaciers over thousands of years will take your breath away.

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Bahamas

The Bahamas is one of Carnival Cruises top destinations. Carnival Cruises to the Bahamas are offered from all Florida ports as well as New York, Charleston and Baltimore.

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Bermuda

A cruise is one of the best ways to see Bermuda. Your ship stays at King's Wharf and from there you can explore the island. From the pink sand beaches to the limestone cliffs, you’ll find Bermuda a place with a rich heritage and friendly people.

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Caribbean

Carnival Cruises is one of the top cruise lines sailing to the Caribbean. Carnival features departures from 11 ports with sailings to the Western, Eastern and Southern Caribbean.

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Cruise To Nowhere

There are a handful of cruises to nowhere departing just a couple of times a year from Vancouver, San Diego, Norfolk and New York. This is a great way to get a taste of the Carnival Cruises experience as you spend 2 nights on a Fun Ship.

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Europe

Carnival Cruises offers sailings from Barcelona and Venice. Sail to ports like Marseille, Savona, Civitavecchia, Naples, Dubrovnik and Messina.

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Hawaii

A cruise is a great way to visit Hawaii. Carnival offers a handful of Hawaii cruises departing from San Diego, Los Angeles and Vancouver. The ship visits Kona, Hilo and Maui. There is an overnight stay in Honolulu as well so you can enjoy everything that city has to offer.

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Mexico

The Mexican Riviera is a fun West Coast getaway. Carnival is the leading cruise line with year-round 3, 4 and 7 night cruises to Mexico from Los Angeles. Additionally, Carnival offers seasonal service from San Diego. Ports of call include Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and more.

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Canada & New England

Cruising the Northeastern United States and Canada is an unforgettable experience. Departing from New York, Carnival's New England and Canada cruises visit historic cities like Boston and Portland, Maine and the charming Canadian seaside towns of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Saint John.

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