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DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,072
The cruise is gaining steam already!

The cruise is the “Western Caribbean Cruise” which includes Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and Jamaica. The ship, the “Carnival Freedom” leaves Miami on Saturday, APRIL 12, 2008 for 8 glorious days in the sun.

This cost was originally $1,250 p/p double occupancy, we were quoted. With the ten (10) fun-loving couples and families already confirmed we were able to get the price DOWN to $995 p/p, double occupancy (including taxes and port charges). In discussions with the cruise people, we were able to negotiate even a lower price, and all cabins have unobstructed views and balconies.

The cost of the cruise is now $975.00 per person, double occupancy!

To reserve your cabin(s), all you need do is to send a check for $250 p/p double occupancy, to me, after that you will be billed directly by Carnival Cruise Line (make check out to John Griffin, on memo line write 2008 Fun cruise). The cruise line also needs the birth date of those going so simply send us a note along with your check.

The cruise is fully refundable until January 2, 2008 without any penalty!

We are leaving the airfare up to you. Many travelers on the Alaska trip mentioned that they could have used their frequent flyer miles or you may want to extend your stay before or after the cruise. If you want us to work on the airfares, let us know, we can arrange that for you.
Check it out at www.carnival.com
Let’s have another "Fun Time Cruise,"
this time in warmth of the Caribbean sun!
Call me at 631-369-1695.
John and Joan Griffin
Retired and loving it.


  • John_16
    John_16 Member Posts: 11

    sounds like a good deal. I'm in!
  • John R. Hall
    John R. Hall Member Posts: 2,246
    Two questions

    Is this in lieu of the normal yearly meeting and can kids come?
  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,072
    This doesn't replace the convention.

    It's just a cruise put together by the group. They did a sold-out Alaskan cruise last year, and so it's back by popular demand. Kids are welcome. Everyone is, but space is limited.
    Retired and loving it.
  • Al Letellier_9
    Al Letellier_9 Member Posts: 929
    NAOHSM trip

    We did the last one to Alaska and it was great...well organized and a blast. Good folks to cruise with. We're in on this one too and highly recommend it.
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