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  1. 14 hours ago, Cruise Suzy said:

     

     

    Here is the info from Carnival Corporation & plc:

    Please provide by email, fax or by mail your complete legal name, reservation/booking number, ship and sailing date, along with proof of ownership of Carnival Corporation or Carnival plc shares (for example, photocopy of shareholder proxy card, a dividend tax voucher or a current brokerage or nominee statement with your current mailing address and your brokerage account number blacked out) no later than 4 weeks prior to your sail date to your travel agent or to the cruise line you have selected below. 

     

    CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE
    Guest Administration 
    3655 N.W. 87th Avenue 
    Miami, FL 33178 
    Tel 800 438 6744 ext. 70450 
    Fax 305 406 6102 
    Email: shareholders@carnival.com

     

    The current URL is

    https://www.carnivalcorp.com/static-files/bc1b7f04-a3e8-4176-91ac-a529290fe45d

     

    The generic URL (for future years) is

    https://www.carnivalcorp.com/shareholder-information/shareholder-benefit?c=140690&p=irol-sharebenefit

     

     

    Thank you so much Suzy

  2. I booked my cruise online and cancelled it online today.  My full payment wasn't due until another couple of weeks.  I had no form to fill out, I just hit the button "cancel cruise" and above it said there is no penalty.  When I clicked it, it was quick and quickly flashed cancelled, then told me to sign in again.  I  haven't gotten an email confirmation, but when I go into my manager and put the Confirmation number in with my last name, it says cruise cannot be found.  I know they are overwhelmed and the system overloaded, but do you think I will get an email confirmation of the cancellation in a day or two?

  3. We just got off a cruise that had 2 medical evacuations.  I ALWAYS purchase trip insurance, I'm also always concerned because you hear of those horror stories that some islands take advantage of you and won't treat you until you fork over thousands of dollars.  We are going on a 10 night Caribbean cruise and am very concerned about this as we start getting older.

    Can anyone who has personally taken ill in the Caribbean and went to a hospital tell me if they actually want cash upfront or do they accept your medical insurance (not Medicare) as my medical insurance from my employer covers me out of the U.S. or trip insurance that they can call and confirm the coverage.

    Thank You!

  4. On 2/20/2019 at 6:58 PM, BNBR said:

    Maya Chan couldn't be more different than Grand Paraiso.  It's the opposite, really.  Very remote, private, small, and way more of a relaxed hang out vibe than "resort."  It's hard to explain until you've been there.  We specifically book western Caribbean cruises just to go to Costa Maya and visit Maya Chan.  It's insanely popular with Cruise Critic folks and there is nothing at all like it anywhere that I've seen.  You should give it a try.  It's got a solid 5 star Trip Advisor rating with 1500+ reviews, for a reaason. It's only $59/pp which includes transportation, drinks, REAL authentic Mexican food, water toys, and your own private palapa with hammock and day bed - basically everything but massages.  And the service is spectacular - they'll kayak out to you in the water to bring drinks.  Last time they even setup a makeshift floating bar out in the water.  I've taken lots of people there and every single one things it's one of the greatest places ever.  I'd be sad if I visited Costa Maya and stayed on the ship... heck, I stayed on at Grand Cayman because I think it's boring, lol.

    WOW!  I just looked up Maya Chan, it looks amazing!  The only thing is the 30 minute ride to and from.  Also, If you want to leave early, is it a problem or do you have to leave a certain time so people can share a taxi?

  5. Hubby and I went to Eden Beach/Spice Club in January. We walked along the water's edge and it was of course a hot day. At Eden/Spice Beach, it was $5pp or $10 for both of us and included two lounge chairs and shared umbrella. There is a bar/restaurant onsite as well as a pool, bathrooms, and an outdoor shower.

     

    There's a pier with a ladder for easy entry into the water. We snorkeled from this beach and headed over to Coco Beach next door. Along the way we saw a coral farm, porcupine fish, cow fish, trumpet fish, etc. Around the ladder you can see a lot of Sargent majors, blue tangs, and other varieties of fish. If you go snorkeling at this resort or anywhere else on the island, you will need to purchase a "marine tag".

     

    It was neat to see Klein Bonaire across the water.

     

    We walked back to the cruise ship pier. I would say it took us about 45 minutes to walk. We also stopped along the way so I could take some pictures of our adventure. It was a beautiful sunny and hot day. Make sure to bring water with you and hydrate.

     

     

     

     

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    Is this a beach or a pier?

  6. I live in Orlando and cruise often out of Port Canaveral. I parked at the port once until a friend told me about Park n Cruise. I have never waited for a shuttle to leave the port (It seems, when one shuttle pulls away, another pulls right in) and waited once to get the shuttle to the port, but not long. My car is ready for me to leave, I get off the bus and right in my car.

     

    https://www.parkcruise.com/#1527793356979-62c14184-f30c

  7. Thank you for this post.

    I was thinking of renting a car from Orlando, but now I may just take my own car and park at the port.

     

     

    I have a couple of questions for those who have parked at the port.

     

     

    The Port of Miami website states...Travelers who choose to leave their own car for parking at the port can leave their car in a well-lit garage with security or in an open lot, which is also well-lit and gated. The price for parking at the Port for either is $20 per day.

    So is it in a garage or in an open lot?

     

     

    Do they ever sell out and not have enough spots? I won't get to the port till around noon or 1pm

     

     

    I think I have more, but am watching TV and typing and forgot them lol

     

     

     

    Thanks in advance

  8. I've found several tours that include Grand Cayman Rum Distillery and Beer Brewery - and then a stop at a beach. We're not beach people.... is it possible to do these two spots on our own? Taxi or bus? Pros and Cons? Best time of day to avoid the crowds?

     

    Thanks in advance for your help!

     

    Which tours did you find? I am actually lookingfor the tours with the stop at the beach and can't seem to find any. Can you please share what you found. TIA

  9. We're just back from Allure a week ago. We booked through Island Marketing or Jamaica activities that linked us to Island Marketing. Found out about it on this board somewhere. It was $98 per person for the day, plus $10pp to get there and back. Yet it was fun and I'd do it again. So yes, this seems to be the rate for this area. The resort was from the Falmouth port though, and it was not adults only, but there were very few children and they had their own area with a cool waterpark area.

     

    Which resort did the excursion take you to?

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