Celebrate with Mary on the Carnival Valor
Join Mary while celebrating her 50th Birthday aboard the Carnival Valor Itinerary Set sail on a 4-day cruise to Cozumel, Mexico from Galveston TX DAY 1 Thursday Depart Galveston port at 4:00 pm DAY 2 Friday Fun Day at Sea DAY 3 Saturday Cozumel, Mexico 9:00 am - 6:00 pm DAY 4 Sunday Fun Day at Sea DAY 5 Monday Arrive at Galveston port 8:00 am Group Cabin Prices Balcony $890.93 per person (Veranda * Midship) Oceanview $755.63 per person (Main & Riviera * Forward * Midship * Aft) Interior $685.63 per person (Veranda * Forward * Aft) (Taxes and port fees included, rates above based on double occupancy) (3 or more per cabin reduces per person rate) Ask for further details. Payment Schedule Initial deposit of $75 per person by 09/3/17 $125 payment per person due 10/08/17 $125 payment per person due 11/05/17 $125 payment per person due 01/07/18 $125 payment per person due 02/11/18 $125 payment per person due 03/04/18 ***Full remaining balance due 04/02/18*** Gratuity per person $51.80 Vacation Protection cost (recommended but optional) Balcony $109 per person * Oceanview $95 * Interior $95 What’s Included in the Price of a Cruise? Your accommodations, entertainment, activities, meals, and transportation to picturesque destinations all conveniently included in the price of your cruise. In fact, cruises are ranked as one of the top vacation experiences because they provide travelers with the best value. With pools, around the clock entertainment and live shows, spa and fitness centers, shops, and more bars and restaurants than you can count; there’s always something to keep you busy on your cruise. Ships Are Floating Cities If you're concerned about being stranded in the middle of the ocean, relax. Cruise ships are like floating cities with everything you could possibly want onboard. Today's vessels are outfitted with Wi-Fi, cell service, and satellite TV so you can stay in touch with the real world during your cruise (if you even want to). Onboard shops sell the toiletries you forgot to pack, medical centers can provide medicine or a doctor's services if needed, and laundry facilities let you wash your clothes mid-cruise so you don't need to overpack. Of course, there's also the fun stuff like gyms, multiple restaurants, movie screens, spas, swimming pools, theaters, and discos. And in the rare emergency, there are always enough lifeboats for everyone onboard. Cruise Ships are Family Friendly From tots to teens, grandparents to grandkids, family cruises are fun for all ages. If you're struggling to find a vacation that your 5-, 10- and 15-year-olds will all love -- and that has adult activities, too -- ships now have extensive kids' facilities, split by age. Teens have their own cool hangouts, far away from the play areas for the little ones (and certainly a nice distance from parent-friendly pools and bars). How can you not love a trip that features video games and swimming pools, while offering several dining options for families to be together. Parents can even sneak in a romantic dinner alone, by taking advantage of late-night hours in the kids' club. Ships Offer a Variety of Onboard Activities Today's cruise ships are designed to keep everyone happy. Want to pamper yourself at the spa while your spouse hits the casino? Or lounge in the sun reading a book while your family plays basketball. You can go to an educational lecture, a wine tasting, a computer class or a dance workshop; paint pottery, play bridge, learn a language or do yoga; dine at a casual buffet, a fancy sit-down restaurant, a sushi bar, a diner or a steakhouse; watch a movie, a comedy routine, a song-and-dance show or live music performance. And if all you want to do is nothing while the ship sails from port to port you can do that, too.
2502 Harborside Drive
Galveston, TX 77550