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Celebration Cruise Line - West Palm Beach to Bahamas

$ 199 for Two-Night Bahamas Cruise for Two from Celebration Cruise Line (Up to $ 478 Value)

The Fine Print

  • No limit per person, may buy unlimited as gifts
  • Not valid until 3/17/13
  • Not valid for cruises on 3/29, 5/10-18, 5/24, 7/3, 8/30, 11/28 & 11/30, 12/18 to 12/30/13; 1/19/14-1/30/14, 2/14/14
  • Book early to ensure best travel dates
  • All reservations final
  • Once booked, 7-day cancellation notice required or promotional value expires
  • Must be 21+ or accompanied by 21-yr-old
  • $12 gratuity/person/day not included
  • $60
  • 04 tax/person due at booking
  • Must sail by expiration date

Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

The deal is for two adults.How do i add a child to the reservation when i use this promotion ? Do i have to use the voucher before Dec1 2013 or travel before Dec1 2013.

raj  asked on  Mar 7, 2013

A:

Hi Raj, For children the prices range from $69 to $109 based on the age of the child and sailing date. Children above the age of 12 are charged the adult rate of either $99 or $119 based on the sailing date. Taxes of $60.04 are additional. Your travel needs to be completed prior to the expiration date of the voucher.

Celebration C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 7, 2013

Q:

do you need a passport for this cruise?

Mary .  asked on  Mar 7, 2013

A:

Hi Mary, A passport is not required for the 2 night cruise. If you were born in the USA an original State Issued Birth certificate (not from the hospital) and a government issued picture ID like a drivers license or state ID card... All U.S. citizens must have valid proof of citizenship. A passport or passport card is preferred by government officials, is required for overnight stays in the Bahamas and may be required on all cruise ships in the future. For more information on passport cards please click here (http://travel.state.gov/passport/ppt_card/ppt_card_3926.html). For the cruise only, not overnight stays, a government issued birth certificate with a raised seal (not from hospital) is an acceptable form of identification if accompanied by a photo ID. Resident aliens must travel with their "Green Card" Alien registration cards. Guests from other countries must possess a valid passport and should check with their travel agent or appropriate consulate to determine other necessary travel documentation. All guests over 16 years must carry a Government issued picture ID such as a state or provincial driver's license with a picture or a government photo ID card. Again, a valid passport is required if staying overnight in the Bahamas and not just visiting for the day.

Celebration C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 7, 2013

Q:

I am not a US citizen, do we need any Visa? if so how can we get the Visa?

Mallikarjun M.  asked on  Mar 7, 2013

A:

Hi Mallikarjun, All U.S. citizens must have valid proof of citizenship. A passport or passport card is preferred by government officials, is required for overnight stays in the Bahamas and may be required on all cruise ships in the future. For more information on passport cards please click here (http://travel.state.gov/passport/ppt_card/ppt_card_3926.html). For the cruise only, not overnight stays, a government issued birth certificate with a raised seal (not from hospital) is an acceptable form of identification if accompanied by a photo ID. Resident aliens must travel with their "Green Card" Alien registration cards. Guests from other countries must possess a valid passport and should check with their travel agent or appropriate consulate to determine other necessary travel documentation. All guests over 16 years must carry a Government issued picture ID such as a state or provincial driver's license with a picture or a government photo ID card. Again, a valid passport is required if staying overnight in the Bahamas and not just visiting for the day.

Celebration C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 7, 2013

Q:

What is the smoking policy on the ship? Is there the option for a non-smoking room? Is smoking permitted in the restaurants? My wife is allergic so we need the option to avoid cigarette smoke. Thank you!

Ian A.  asked on  Mar 7, 2013

A:

Hi Ian, We have designated smoking area and they are outdoors. There is no smoking in cabins or restaurant..

Celebration C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 7, 2013

Q:

Where in Bahamas do we land?

tim s.  asked on  Mar 6, 2013

A:

Hi Tim, We go to Grand Bahama Island (Freeport)

Celebration C.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 6, 2013

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