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Cruising to Cozumel

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  • • Who: All Adventurers

    • What: December Cruise on Independence of the Seas

    • Where: Leaving from Port Everglades, FL (Fort Lauderdale)

    • When: Thursday, December 8th

    • Cost: $420 per person for interior state room

    • Deposit: $100 per person

    • Booking: Call Carol Nunnery at[masked] or visit

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    Alright Adventurers!

    After our tour of Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas today, we're ready to hit the high seas!! We're sailing to Cozumel, Mexico on Independence of the Seas from Thursday, December 8th and returning on Monday, December 12th. Interior state rooms start from $420 per person and include all port charges and taxes. You also receive a $25 onboard credit for this cruise courtesy of our travel agent, Carol Nunnery. To secure your spot, call Carol at[masked]-5857. The deposit is $100 per person and the full balance must be paid by September 14th.  After our tour of the Oasis of the Seas today, several Adventurers have already secured their cabins (including myself).  This cruise is selling out fast so don't wait until the last minute.

    The Independence of the Seas is a marvel of maritime engineering, packed with all the phenomenal onboard experiences you'd expect from Royal Caribbean's Freedom class of ships—including the FlowRider surf simulator, a rock climbing wall, ice-skating rink, cantilevered whirlpools, Royal Promenade, mini golf course, and much more. 

    The Pool Bar

    Interior staircases

    Cozumel is the largest and most populated island in the Mexican Caribbean.  The western coast of Cozumel enjoys long, white sand beaches and calm crystal clear waters.  The turquoise color of its crystal clear waters has turned Cozumel into one of the most famous diving and snorkeling destinations in the world.  Discover ancient Mayan ruins and Ixchel, the goddess of fertility in central Cozumel's San Gervasio site. Faro Celerain Ecological Reserve is the largest on the nation and will wow nature enthusiasts with exotic birds, crocodiles, iguanas and tropical fish.  When you're hungry, you'll find plenty of wonderful eateries that blend Mayan, Spanish and French influences.  There's lots to explore in this gem of Mexico!

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  • Towana W.

    I won't be able to make this trip due to already planned PTO days in December. This sounds like fun... Had a great time on Oasis of the Seas!!

    2 · August 8

  • Crystal

    Oneil we are going to miss this trip. We are booked for a cruise the week prior. But we will definitely be on the one for April. Enjoy Cozumel. It's beautiful and make sure you go view the Ruins and do a Tequila tour! 😜😜

    1 · August 7

    • Oneil W.

      Hi Crystal, no worries. Hope you enjoy your cruise. Yes, we are working on the cruise for April

      1 · August 7

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