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Rock The Boat Summer Cruise | Cozumel, Mexico | giovedì, 06. luglio 2017

ROCK THE BOAT with us July 6 - 10, 2017!

You asked for a summer group cruise and we answered the call! Suite 47 Travel, PluPerfect Travel Boutique and Friends are joining together to bring you the ultimate summer escape. Celebrate with us in beautiful Mexico. A passport is not required, but we highly encourage traveling with a passport!

RATES BASED ON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY:

Ocean View 6B - $556.35 per person
Interior Cabin 4B - $526.35 per person

REQUIRED DEPOSITS AND PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

$25.00 Per Person Due No Later Than - 2/8/2017

Equal Monthly Payments Due the 8th of each month March 2017 - May 2017.

NOTE: UPGRADES ARE AVAILABLE BALCONY AND SUITE LEVEL - JUST ASK!

The Carnival Fantasy departs Mobile, AL and visits the port of Cozumel, Mexico on its 4-day journey! All ON-BOARD meals, non-alchoholic drinks, cruise entertainment, tour workshops/events and lodging included! OPTIONAL excursions and on-shore activities may be offered at additional expense.

RESERVATION CONTACTS:
Radiah Fletcher, Suite 47 Travel (256) 279-7755 -

Deloria Chubbs, PluPerfect Travel Boutique (800) 291-5097 -

ALL DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE - CRUISE TRAVEL INSURANCE IS ENCOURAGED TO PROTECT YOUR VACATION INVESTMENT!

**Single, Triple and Quad cabin rates available upon request.
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  • Good Morning Cruisers! Check your email ASAP - let's get ready to ROCK! Group Registration is NOW OPEN. Stay tuned our FINAL pre-cruise conference call is to be announced soon. Suite 47 Travel PluPerfect Travel Boutique MotherlyAngel Travel
  • BE IN THE KNOW - Luggage & Embarkation! As we all prepare to pack, it is important to know the rules and restrictions. Please carefully review and pack light as discussed last week during our conference call. PLEASE NOTE: During our next phase, official registration, you will print your electronic documentation and luggage tags directly from Carnival as mentioned below. Here is Carnival's official luggage policy: Embarkation Luggage Information: Guests are encouraged to limit their luggage to two suitcases per guest. Each suitcase should not weigh more than 50 pounds (22.68 Kilograms) and should not exceed 16"H x 24"W (40.64cm x 60.96cm); there are no length restrictions. This is printed on the eDoc bag tags as well. We suggest that all checked luggage be unlocked and have a Carnival luggage tag attached listing the guest's name and stateroom number. For those guests who wish to carry-on their luggage, it cannot exceed 16"H x 24"W (40.64cm x 60.96cm); there are no length restrictions; anything larger must be checked-in with a curbside porter. Embarkation Baggage Procedures: After arriving at the cruise port, all guests will follow the same procedure with their luggage, whether they arrive by taxi, car or transfer bus. These tags are personalized with the Guest's name, booking number, departure date stateroom number, deck and if applicable, Priority status. Additional tags can be obtained at curbside from the porter, if necessary. Guests with a TBA assignment will receive new tags at the pier; the porters will re-tag the luggage according to final stateroom assignment. Each piece of luggage should be unlocked before turning over to the porters in order to avoid any inconvenience or delay in delivering the luggage to the stateroom. Should a guest choose not to unlock their bags and prohibited items are found during screening, the luggage will be retained until the guest can open it in front of security personnel. Since the delivery of checked luggage may take some time to reach the stateroom, guests may elect to bring their luggage on board if they do not exceed 16”H x 24"W (40.64cm x 60.96cm); there are no length restrictions. Carnival assumes no responsibility for carry-on luggage. Note: Luggage larger than 16"H x 24” (40.64cm x 60.96cm) MUST be checked-in with a curbside porter. Curbside porters are available at the pier to take luggage to the vessel for delivery to the guest's stateroom by shipboard personnel. Guests must first identify their bags to a curbside porter. Customary tip is $1 per bag. Curbside porters are not employees of Carnival; therefore, if the guest experiences any problems, they must report them to porter management on site. Additionally, we highly recommend that guests personally carry-on any boarding documentation (passports, Visas, I.D), valuables, medications and items, which require special handling on/off the ship. COOLERS: Carnival Cruise Lines DOES NOT ALLOW guests to bring large coolers on board its vessels. Small, personal-sized coolers no larger than 12” x 12” x 12” (30.48cm x 30.48cm x 30.48cm) for the purpose of housing small quantities of NON-ALCOHOLIC beverages and/or medications are permitted as carry-on luggage. Screening and movement of large coolers through embarkation is an impediment to the boarding and security screening process and therefore large coolers are not permitted as carry-on or checked luggage. Stay tuned, we will discuss onboard liquor, soda, water, juice access & available purchase plans in our next update!
  • BE IN THE KNOW - Tips and Gratuities: All passengers over the age of 2 will be assessed a charge of $51.80 per person at embarkation, if you did not pre-pay your gratuities within your final payment. Please ensure that your method of payment includes enough funds to account for this charge and the hold of $100 (may be assessed per person in cabin as well) to start your Sail and Sign Account at check-in! If you choose to fund your Sail and Sign account with cash...be sure you have enough on hand to cover your onboard expenses, purchases and tips. There is an ATM onboard.
  • REMINDER: DID YOU SECURE YOUR PRE-CRUISE HOTEL STAY FOR JULY 5, 2017? Our host allows for 'Park & Cruise' (for those driving into Mobile), there is a shuttle 🚐 to the cruise port 🚢 provided and breakfast 🍳 is included. A double room with stated amenities is approx. $148.20 total w/tax as of today's post. SEE REPOST BELOW FOR HOTEL INFO: Good Morning Cruisers! Time to prepare a little more for the adventure! We highly recommend arriving in Mobile, AL on July 5 - one day prior to departure. Based on your return flight options you may wish to plan for a post cruise stay on July 10 with your flight home scheduled for July 11. The suggested hotel for a comfortable, economical overnight stay is: Quality Inn Downtown Historic District 225 Church Street Mobile, AL 36602 Less than a 1/2 mile from the cruise port & a convenient taxi ride from the airport. The phone number to make your reservation is 251-433-6923.
  • GOT DATA? REMEMBER to contact your cellular provider IN ADVANCE of travel - specify you are cruising when requesting applicable service plans. We will recap highlights during our upcoming final group conference call prior to travel! See below at-sea cell service availability: Cellular Phone Service Carnival Cruise Lines, through agreement with Wireless Maritime Services, offers an advanced roaming network on board Carnival Cruise Lines ships, allowing you to make and receive calls while at sea using your own mobile phone and telephone number. International roaming charges will be conveniently billed to you by your home mobile carrier. Please contact your mobile carrier for specific rate information. Stay Connected While At Sea On Your Cruise! WMS offers an advanced roaming network onboard cruise ships allowing you to use your phone just like you do at home. Service for voice calls, texting (SMS) and data is available onboard while the ship is at sea. Once the WMS network is switched on, while roaming on our cruise ships, you will see a distinct display on your handset that differs from your home carrier. Depending on the make and model of your phone, the handset will read Nor 18, cellular@sea or 901 18. As a reminder, international roaming charges apply and will be billed by your home carrier and not by WMS. How It Works: Due to regulations, the WMSatSea network only works when the ship is at sea at least 12 nautical miles from shore (2 nautical miles in the European Union). When the ship is sailing on international waters, you will be able to use the WMS network for incoming and outgoing calls, SMS, and Data services (email and web surfing). Once in port, you can connect to local roaming networks as permitted by your home carrier. Service Requirements: The WMSatSea mobile network is accessible by most mobile phones, supporting both GSM and CDMA technologies. You must have service with one of the nearly 400 carriers worldwide that have a roaming agreement with WMS. Some prepaid phone plans by some carriers are not currently supported. Please check with your mobile telephone service provider for details. Charges, Billing, and Customer Service Rates for roaming on ships are determined by your home carrier. Please note that calls to 800, 888, 866, and 877 numbers are not toll free. You will be billed by your home carrier for your international roaming usage on your regular mobile phone bill. Typically charges will appear on the next monthly bill, but depending on your carrier it may occasionally take up to 60 days for charges to appear on your phone bill. Please note that most cell phone carriers do not allow their unlimited rate plans to apply to cellular calls, texts or data used while onboard ships. Please contact your own carrier to confirm this and your specific pricing details. Explanation of Rates and Charges: Service is provided by Wireless Maritime Services. Use of the WMS services requires compatible wireless phone and qualified wireless service with a home carrier provider that has a roaming agreement with WMS. Your home network will determine the international roaming rates you pay for usage. WMS provides CDMA, GSM voice and DATA services. Other service features may not be available. Voice usage is measured during the time you are connected to your system, which is approximately from the time you press the button that initiates or answers the call until approximately the time the first party terminates the call. Voice usage for each call is billed in full minute increments with partial minutes rounded up to the next full minute. Data usage for each billing record will be rounded up to the next kilobyte and a cost will be associated with each billing record and rounded to the nearest cent. Availability, timeliness and reliability of service are subject to radio transmission limitation caused by system capacity, system repairs and modifications, your equipment, signal strength, weather and other conditions. You will only be able to call and text message to certain countries. Other restrictions and limitations apply for service. SERVICES PROVIDED: Voice: USA, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean: Dial +, the country code and the full number; Verizon Wireless/Sprint users dial 011, the country code and the full number. Other Countries: Dial 011, the country code, city code and local number. Text Messaging (SMS) Text messaging service is available on most compatible devices, depending on your wireless service provider. Address your text message to your North American number with 1 + area code and number. Data: If your home carrier supports GPRS, EDGE or EVDO data service, you can check email, surf the web and share photos while traveling just as you would at home. Voicemail: Most users will be able to check their messages by pressing and holding the 1 key. Please note that some home carriers charge for messages deposited to and retrieved from voicemail while a customer is roaming. Please contact your home carrier customer service with any questions about using your voicemail. FAQs: Will my phone work on the WMS network? WMS provides connectivity for customers of nearly 400 mobile cell phone companies around the world. With rare exceptions, your carrier should be supported by WMS. It should be noted that your carrier must allow you to roam internationally in order for your phone to work onboard a WMS vessel. A complete list of the mobile phone operators with whom WMS has roaming agreements is listed on the WMS website under FAQs: www.wmsatsea.com/carrier-list.html How does your service work? Our service operates over a satellite, or VSAT connection. Once your ship is at least 12 nautical miles out to sea (or at least2 nautical miles in EU countries), the WMS network turns on and you will automatically connect to it. Please note that cruise ship roaming rates will apply. Our service will stay on for the duration of the time that the ship is sailing at sea. Once your ship approaches land again and is within 12 nautical miles from shore (or 2 nautical miles in the EU), our service is turned off and your phone will pick up local service. If you are able to pick up local service in the port areas you will be charged a different rate by your carrier then the Cruise Ship Roaming rate. Contact your carrier for pricing and details. How do I connect my phone to the WMS network onboard my ship? Compatible devices and carriers connect automatically. You do not need to do anything special to connect to the service. How do I dial out? Simply dial 1 plus the area code and number to call anywhere in North America. Dial + along with the country code and number to call non-US destinations. Verizon Wireless/Sprint/Alltel user’s dial 011 country code and number to non-US destinations. How much will it cost to use my cell phone onboard a ship? Rates are set and determined solely by your cell phone carrier—WMS has no involvement whatsoever in the retail rates your carrier charges for cruise ship roaming. For precise rates you will pay onboard, please contact your carrier’s international roaming department directly to confirm their Cruise Ship Roaming Rates for voice calls, texting, and data if applicable. When will you send me a bill for service used onboard a cruise ship? All billing is handled by your cell phone carrier, not by WMS, and you will be billed for any charges incurred while onboard a ship on your next monthly cell phone bill directly from your carrier. If my phone is left on and I do not use it, will I be charged? In some cases, a phone that is left on, but not used, may incur charges. If a voice call is received but not answered, and the caller leaves a voicemail it is possible you will receive a charge for a voice call. If a text comes through and the phone is left on, you may be charged for a received text. Please note that smartphones (Blackberries, iPhones, Androids and other PDA devices) are constantly looking for data connections in order to perform updates and other synchronization steps. Therefore, it is possible that if you leave your PDA device on, you will incur data charges. Please contact your carrier for more information on data charges. I did not use my phone onboard a cruise ship and I received charges – how do I get a refund? Any questions or issues regarding billing must be handled through your carrier. WMS has no involvement at all with retail charges applied to your monthly bill by your cell phone provider. Are there any prepaid packages for voice minutes or data available to use this service? WMS does not offer any prepaid packages for passengers. Will my unlimited rate plan apply to your service? Generally speaking, most cell phone carriers do not allow their unlimited rate plans to apply to calls, texts or data used while roaming on international waters. Please contact your own carrier to confirm this and your specific pricing details. If I buy a prepaid cell phone, can I use it onboard the cruise ship? WMS currently does not support any US prepaid cell phones with our service. Do you offer internet access? Provided that WMS has a roaming agreement with your cellular service provider for GPRS (data) service, you will be able to use our network to access cellular data services (e.g., internet access, email and web browsing) with your GPRS capable cell phone. GPRS roaming rates also apply when using an air card. Please check with your carrier to determine the rates you will be charged by them. Carnival also offers internet access plans that you can purchase onboard. Special Note for CDMA users: CDMA users who have a world phone will not have access to data services if your phone is set to GSM. Your CDMA phone must be set to CDMA.
  • Need liquor for your stateroom? We advise pre-cruise purchase! Once you have completed your online registration (OPENING SOON)...visit https://www.carnival.com/FunShops/in-stateroom-beverages/liquor to view the available bottle selection and complete purchase. NOTE: Stateroom liquor bottle purchases are subject to the restrictions (i.e. no open carry on decks, cruiser may not pour from bottle in restaurants, etc.) all details are available via Carnival's website and we will briefly review highlights during our upcoming group conference call to be announced!
  • BE IN THE KNOW! As we all prepare to pack, it is important to know the rules and restrictions. Please carefully review and pack light. PLEASE NOTE: During our next phase, official registration, you will print your electronic documentation and luggage tags directly from Carnival as mentioned below. This step is forthcoming - we will be releasing registration instructions soon. Here is Carnival's official luggage policy: Embarkation Luggage Information: Guests are encouraged to limit their luggage to two suitcases per guest. Each suitcase should not weigh more than 50 pounds (22.68 Kilograms) and should not exceed 16"H x 24"W (40.64cm x 60.96cm); there are no length restrictions. This is printed on the eDoc bag tags as well. We suggest that all checked luggage be unlocked and have a Carnival luggage tag attached listing the guest's name and stateroom number. For those guests who wish to carry-on their luggage, it cannot exceed 16"H x 24"W (40.64cm x 60.96cm); there are no length restrictions; anything larger must be checked-in with a curbside porter. Embarkation Baggage Procedures: After arriving at the cruise port, all guests will follow the same procedure with their luggage, whether they arrive by taxi, car or transfer bus. These tags are personalized with the Guest's name, booking number, departure date stateroom number, deck and if applicable, Priority status. Additional tags can be obtained at curbside from the porter, if necessary. Guests with a TBA assignment will receive new tags at the pier; the porters will re-tag the luggage according to final stateroom assignment. Each piece of luggage should be unlocked before turning over to the porters in order to avoid any inconvenience or delay in delivering the luggage to the stateroom. Should a guest choose not to unlock their bags and prohibited items are found during screening, the luggage will be retained until the guest can open it in front of security personnel. Since the delivery of checked luggage may take some time to reach the stateroom, guests may elect to bring their luggage on board if they do not exceed 16”H x 24"W (40.64cm x 60.96cm); there are no length restrictions. Carnival assumes no responsibility for carry-on luggage. Note: Luggage larger than 16"H x 24” (40.64cm x 60.96cm) MUST be checked-in with a curbside porter. Curbside porters are available at the pier to take luggage to the vessel for delivery to the guest's stateroom by shipboard personnel. Guests must first identify their bags to a curbside porter. Customary tip is $1 per bag. Curbside porters are not employees of Carnival; therefore, if the guest experiences any problems, they must report them to porter management on site. Additionally, we highly recommend that guests personally carry-on any boarding documentation (passports, Visas, I.D), valuables, medications and items, which require special handling on/off the ship. COOLERS: Carnival Cruise Lines DOES NOT ALLOW guests to bring large coolers on board its vessels. Small, personal-sized coolers no larger than 12” x 12” x 12” (30.48cm x 30.48cm x 30.48cm) for the purpose of housing small quantities of NON-ALCOHOLIC beverages and/or medications are permitted as carry-on luggage. Screening and movement of large coolers through embarkation is an impediment to the boarding and security screening process and therefore large coolers are not permitted as carry-on or checked luggage. Stay tuned, we will discuss onboard liquor, soda, water, juice access & available purchase plans in our next update!
  • Good Morning Cruisers! Time to prepare a little more for the adventure! We highly recommend arriving in Mobile, AL on July 5 - one day prior to departure. Based on your return flight options you may wish to plan for a post cruise stay on July 10 with your flight home scheduled for July 11. The suggested hotel for a comfortable, economical overnight stay is: Quality Inn Downtown Historic District 225 Church Street Mobile, AL 36602 Less than a 1/2 mile from the cruise port & a convenient taxi ride from the airport. The phone number to make your reservation is 251-433-6923.
  • Does everyone have the FREE GroupMe App on their smart phone? We will be creating a private group for tour attendees soon. We will stay connected throughout these final weeks and while on travel! GET CONNECTED! Our private group will be starting soon!
  • VERIFY YOU HAVE PROPER ID FOR TRAVEL ON HAND - IF NOT, NOW IS THE TIME TO RUSH! A passport is NOT require for travel on our cruise but it is HIGHLY recommended. REQUIRED Travel Documentation for U.S. Domestic Cruises: Proper travel documentation is required at embarkation and throughout the cruise. Even though a guest has completed registration using Online Check-in, it is still the responsibility of the guest to present the required travel documents at the time of embarkation. Any guest without proper documents will not be allowed to board the vessel and NO refund of the cruise fare will be issued. Carnival highly recommends that all guests travel with a passport (valid for at least six months beyond the completion of travel date). ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTS: U.S. Passport | Passport Card | State Enhanced Driver's License | Certificate of U.S. Naturalization ALSO ACCEPTABLE for cruise travel, U.S. citizens can show proof of citizenship, such as a CERTIFIED/RAISED-SEAL Birth Certificate issued by a government agency, AND government-issued photo I.D. (i.e. Drivers License NOTE: A temporary Drivers License IS NOT ACCEPTABLE). If you have any questions or concerns regarding travel documentation, feel free to contact us for further assistance!
  • Are you a VIFP - Very Important FUN Person? If so, remember to report your number to us so your points are tracked!
  • Congratulations! You've been UPGRADED! Our entire group has received an ocean-view cabin category upgrade courtesy of your travel agents! Stay tuned for more exciting announcements! #UpgradeYou #TravelVIP #ThisSuitcaseLife
  • A GIFT FOR YOU! You know we LOVE spoiling our clients! Suite 47 Travel, PluPerfect Travel Boutique & Motherly Angel Travel unite to supply 1 case (12 bottles) of water per cabin at NO cost to you! If you require additional water bottles, you will have the opportunity to pre-order cases soon. Travel VIP style! #ThisSuitcaseLife Welcome Aboard!
  • ANCHORS AWEIGH! We are set to sail! Thank you for your timeliness in posting final payment. Now the fun begins! Stay tuned for travel updates, pre-cruise hotel recommendation, packing/luggage requirements, advice on tips & gratuities AND MUCH MORE!
  • Your final installment invoice has been issued for timely payment. If your payment is NOT received timely you run the risk of cabin cancellation. It is imperative that your final payment be received by the required monthly due date. As a second check, follow up with your roommate to ensure they too note the receipt of their invoice! As you know, NO REFUNDS are available due to cancellation on this group contract unless you purchased travel insurance coverage offered.
  • Happy Hump Day, Cruisers! IT'S FINAL PAYMENT WEEK! Be on the lookout for your final invoice via email. Please process timely as we are on a tight timeline. Be aware that a Deloria and I will be on tour in Colombia, South America with clients during this time. It is imperative that you contact us BY FRIDAY with any questions concerning final payment. Stay tuned information regarding our upcoming cruise to be released soon to include the suggested group pre & post hotel in Mobile. We look forward to traveling with you! ⚓️🛳 #VivaMexico #ThisSuitcaseLife #LetsGoSomewhere Radiah
  • Cruise invoice payments must be remitted this weekend! Please check in with your roommate to verify payment is made. Your electronic Invoice was released Friday via email. Thank you!
  • Reminder: Your invoices have been released for timely processing. Please attend to it over the weekend! It's almost time to GO! Stay tuned for excursion updates and tour fun to come! Radiah
  • ATTN: We still have a few remaining spots in our group block for this cruise! If you are interested in the Rock the Boat cruise departing from Mobile, AL in July, please let me know ASAP!
  • Thank you everyone for posting payment timely! We are on our way...stay tuned and let the fun begin! ✈️⚓️🍸💃🏽😎 #Mexico #ThisSuitcaseLife
  • ATTENTION ATTENDEES: Be on the watch for Installment #2 payment invoice to be released for processing on 3/8/2017. Please process no later than 9:00pm EST! Let's GO somewhere!
  • For all that indicated "Interested", we still have room!!! Join us!
  • Confirmed Cruise Guests: Please return your completed tour package ASAP! Deadline no later than Close of Business on Wednesday. Note: We have only 3 cabins remaining - if you had friends/family waiting to respond please update them. This cruise will sell out shortly! Please let us know if you need anything! Thank you!
  • Update: Final 3 cabins remaining!
  • Attendees: All cruise paperwork has been delivered to you via email for completion! Welcome aboard!