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Special Rates For Police, Firefighters, And Military On Select Sailings With Royal Caribbean

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Special Rates For Police, Firefighters, And Military On Select Sailings With Royal Caribbean

July 20, 2020

YOU WORK HARD, YOU DESERVE A BREAK.
Royal Caribbean International® offers special police, firefighter and military rates on select sailings, because we value the valor of our brave service men and women, and appreciate everything you do to keep us secure. Make your next vacation a cruise vacation with Royal Caribbean International®.

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Exclusive Military Cruise Deals When You Sail With Carnival Cruise Line Through April 2022

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Exclusive Military Cruise Deals When You Sail With Carnival Cruise Line Through April 2022

July 20, 2020

Thank you for your service!

There’s a place in our heart for heroes — we’re talking about military folks you can count on to put it all on the line, take a mission that matters and get it done. If you think there should be such a place in real-life as well, Carnival agrees! That’s why we’ve made sure to create a vacation experience that not only recognizes your ongoing sacrifice but that allows you and your family to disconnect and CHOOSE FUN!

We also know it’s not every day you take the whole family on vacation. So it has to be super-fun for the kids and you too, of course. With plenty of do-your-own-thing options for the whole crew, and amazing destinations.
It should also be a great value — with dining, accommodations and entertainment included in the price. On a Carnival cruise your whole family is covered!

Save big with great Early Saver rates on
sailings through April 2022.
Receive Free Price Protection.*
Applicable to active and retired US Military and Canadian National Defense members.

For more information, contact your Wishes Family Travel Agent!
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All First Responders Enjoy an Additional 10% Off at Sandals and Beaches Resorts

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All First Responders Enjoy an Additional 10% Off at Sandals and Beaches Resorts

July 20, 2020

We appreciate your selfless service and dedication, and invite you to kick back and relax at Sandals®, the World’s Leading All-Inclusive Resorts for couples, with an extra 10% savings. Situated along the Caribbean’s best beaches in eight distinct islands, Sandals gives you unparalleled hospitality and more quality inclusions than any other resorts on the planet.

Enjoy a romantic getaway with every conceivable luxury including elegantly appointed suites, many with personal butler service to attend to your every whim. Indulge in 5-Star Global GourmetTM dining at up to
16 restaurants per resort serving unlimited premium spirits and Robert Mondavi Twin Oaks® wines. Plus, partake in a multitude of exciting land and water sports like golf* and scuba diving for certified divers. At Sandals, you are our #1 priority!

For more information, contact your Wishes Family Travel Agent!
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Travel Insurance: yes or no?

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Travel Insurance: yes or no?

Anna Trosper
7.16.20

Travel Insurance, do you buy it when you travel? I always get it for our trips, I feel it is a good investment on a costly vacation. We have saved up for our trip and let’s face it, vacations are not cheap. I can’t afford not to get insurance.

Travel insurance is designed to cover financial losses if you must cancel or interrupt a trip. Some policies cover the loss or delay of baggage. They also may cover any emergency medical or dental care you need while you’re traveling.

I was very thankful we had travel insurance one year when I dislocated my shoulder on a dive trip in the Cayman Islands. The policy covered me on the island, as well as when I got back home and had to have surgery. I bought travel insurance that fit my trip. I knew we would be diving a lot, so I made sure that was covered also.

 You need to find the right policy for you and your trip. All insurances are not the same. I am not a travel insurance broker and I do not sell travel insurance. I do highly recommend to my clients that they purchase travel insurance for the trip.

Plans very on coverage, from lost luggage and flight delays to plans that will pay up to $750,000 for a medical evacuation. The more they cover the more they cost. A plan that lets you cancel for any reason will cost more then one that covers lost bags.

Cheaper is not always better

In fact, buying the least expensive policy is one of the biggest mistakes travelers make. In many cases, neither the cheapest nor most expensive is the best option. So, what’s the best policy? It’s one that takes into account your trip activities and your health conditions. 

You need to read the policy and see which one fits your needs.

CHECK YOUR WALLET: 

Some credit cards or health insurance plans may already cover you while you’re traveling. For example, certain American Express cards come with automatic basic travel insurance, which may cover flight cancellations, rental car damage, lost baggage or flight delays. Some health plans will cover international care at an out-of-network rate, but if you have a pre-existing condition, you may have to purchase a waiver to make sure you are covered overseas.

READ THE FINE PRINT:

Before you buy, make sure the travel insurance you’re considering covers everything you think it should. Insurance paperwork can be a long, dull read, but it’s worth the effort. If you’re unsure, call the company.

As a personal travel planner this is one thing, I help my clients with when booking their vacations. Let’s face it you’re on vacation to have fun and relax. This gives you a little peace of mind to be able to do just that. I would love to help you with your next adventure, you can reach me at: annat@wishesfamilytravel.com and on Facebook.

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The Top 10 things you must experience on your Universal Orlando Resort Vacation

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The Top 10 things you must experience on your Universal Orlando Resort Vacation

Megan Kline
7.14.20

We recently visited Universal Orlando Resort for the first time as a family. My children are seven and five and they had the best time! We packed everything in our three days at the both of the Universal dry parks.

 

  1. You have to visit Diagon Alley—once you find the secret entrance of course. While in Diagon Alley be sure to find the Wizard stops along the way. They show you the places you can perform magic with your wand. Next you have to ride Escape from Gringotts, be sure to catch the fire breathing dragon on your way out. If you are true Potter fan be sure to walk through Knockturn Alley.

 

  1. After you leave Diagon Alley you have to board the Hogwarts Express. This is the quickest way to get you over to Islands of Adventure. You are only able to ride this when you have a park-to-park ticket, and if you are my client you will know this and have one! This is such an immersive experience, and a great way to relax and rest your feet.

 

  1. You are now in Hogsmeade—enjoy the view, and take in the magic. Order yourself a Butterbeer and hang out with your fellow wizards.

 

  1. You have to ride the best roller coaster I have ever been on— it also happens to be the scariest! Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure is the newest attraction to hit Islands of Adventure, and it did not disappoint!

 

  1. Experience the character experience with Blue, the raptor from the Jurassic Park franchise. This was at the top of our must-do list and we LOVED it. Be sure to have the Universal team member take photos and video of your experience.
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  1. If you have children under ten in your party, you have to stop at Seuss Landing. This area is perfect for every member of the family. Meet your favorite Dr. Seuss character while enjoying a Moose Juice or Goose Juice frozen treat.
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  1. The Universal Orlando Super Star Parade happens daily in the Universal Orlando park. We had a great seat near the Transformers 3D ride. Low crowds and parade attendance allowed us to have a special experience. The characters interacted with us and we made memories that will last a lifetime.

 

  1. You have to take time to visit City Walk during your stay. City Walk offers plenty of great restaurants for the whole family. We loved the doughnuts from Voodoo doughnut.
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  1. Stay at a Universal Orlando Resort truly keeps you immersed in your vacation from start to finish. You get the most out of your vacation and of course get special perks depending on your resort. I would love to go over each resort with you and find the perfect one for you!

 

  1. The Universal Unlimited Express Pass is so worth it! This is best way to make the most of your time and experience everything on your list. Depending on the resort you are staying at you could already have this for FREE! If not, it’s worth the upgrade.

 

I would love to plan a Universal Orlando Resort vacation for you and your family! Please contact me at megkline@wishesfamilytravel.com to start the planning process!

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30% Off Every Guest + Kids Sail Free on Royal Caribbean Book By: 8/3/2020

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30% Off Every Guest + Kids Sail Free on Royal Caribbean Book By: 8/3/2020

July 13, 2020

30% Every Guest 
Booking Window: July 1 – August 3, 2020
Sailing Window: All sailings departing on or after September 16, 2020
Offer details: All guests 30% Off

Kids Sail Free – Guests 12 & Under sail free on a select 4-night or longer Alaska, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, Caribbean, CaribNE, Coastal, Europe, Hawaii, Repositioning and all 2020 Serenade of the Seas sailings
Booking Window: July 1 – August 3, 2020
Sailing Window: September 16 – December 17, 2020 and January 8, 2021 – May 17, 2021, and September 1 – December 17, 2021, and QN in Alaska May 10 – September 21, 2021
Offer details:  Guests 12 & Under Sail Free Offer excludes 2020 Thanksgiving sailings (Sailings between November 21 – 28, 2020), 2021 President’s Day Sailings (Sailings between February 12 – 15, 2021)and 2021 Spring Break and Easter sailings (Sailings between March 13 – April 4, 2021), 2021 Thanksgiving Sailings (Sailings between November 19 – 26, 2021).

2021 Kicker Sale
Booking Window: July 1, 2020 – August 3, 2020
Sailing Window: All sailings departing on January 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021
Offer details: Up to $150 instant savings

Sailing LengthInside/Ocean ViewBalconyDeluxe
5N and less$25$50$75
6N and more$50$75$150

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Disney Parks Commitment to Health & Safety Measures

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by , Disney Parks Chief Medical Officer

As we continue the phased reopenings of our parks and resorts across the world, promoting health and safety for our guests, cast members, and the larger community is a responsibility we take very seriously.

On Saturday, we will continue the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort, marking the first of our domestic theme parks to welcome guests back to the magic. While we await California guidelines for reopening Disneyland Resort, and will adjust as necessary, we wanted to share more information on our approach to health and safety in the Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks.

We remain deeply committed to focusing on your well-being when you visit or work at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts. From increased cleaning and disinfecting across our parks and resorts, to updated health and safety policies, we have reimagined the Disney experience so we can all enjoy the magic responsibly. We implemented our health and safety measures after considering the guidance of government and local health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in addition to the U.S. Travel Association and Disney’s team of health experts.

Together, we are a Disney family, and while COVID-19, and the risk of contracting it, is present in public places, there are many important ways that we can all help promote each other’s safety.  As we implement our guidelines at our parks and resorts, we want to thank our guests and cast members for all they do to care for one another by doing their part.

1.  Health & Wellness

At Disney, our approach emphasizes a combination of measures to help reduce risk in the carefully managed environment of our parks and resorts.

  • Limited and carefully managed attendance: All guests will be required to make advanced ticket purchases and reservations.
  • Reduced capacity and physical distancing: We’re reducing capacity by letting fewer people enter our parks and are adjusting experiences to allow for physical distancing, a key measure reinforced by the CDC. This includes physical distancing in dining experiences, attractions, queues and other locations. Additionally, physical barriers have been installed in areas where physical distancing may be difficult to maintain, like cash registers.
  • Temperature checks: Quick temperature checks are required for all guests at entry to our theme parks.
  • Face coverings: We will be requiring both cast members and guests ages two and older to wear a face covering – unless swimming or when eating or drinking – and enforcing this policy across our parks and resorts.
  • Handwashing and hand sanitizer: We have increased the number of hand sanitizer locations and handwashing stations throughout our parks and resorts.
  • First Aid locations: Our first aid locations are staffed by experienced nursing staff and have updated their protocols for responding to symptoms of illness.

2. Cleaning & Disinfecting

We’ve updated our already high standards for cleanliness across our parks and resorts, with a special emphasis on areas such as attractions, queues, dining, lobbies, transportation and other common spaces.

  • Increased cleaning & disinfecting: We’re increasing the frequency of cleaning, especially for frequently-touched surfaces and high-traffic areas. Following park close, each park will receive an enhanced cleaning before guests arrive the next day.
  • New procedures for resort stays: In addition to increasing cleaning in areas such as elevators and escalators, handrails, tables, handles, and restrooms, we’ve updated our procedures for guest rooms at our owned-and-operated Walt Disney World hotels. Before arrival, every room will be given an enhanced cleaning and a light cleaning service (including removal of trash and replenishment of towels and amenities) will be offered every other day during the stay.

3. Technology Solutions

We are tapping into Disney innovation to help promote health and safety for our guests and cast members.

  • Disney apps: With the My Disney Experience and Disneyland apps our guests already know and love, guests can view hand sanitizer locations, explore digital menus, and more.
  • Limited-contact options: From Mobile Order and cashless payments, to Walt Disney World’s MagicBands and online check-in at select locations, we’re offering technology solutions that can make it easier for our guests to minimize contact and maintain physical distancing.

4. Cast Member Training & Workplace Safety

Safety starts with our cast, and we’ve adopted a number of new policies and practices for cast members at work.

  • Training: Cast members are receiving additional training on both new measures and the continued importance of personal health and hygiene, such as handwashing and of course, staying home when ill. For some, this includes training on how to help everyone who visits to follow new health and safety measures, including wearing a face covering and maintaining physical distancing.
  • Workplace health and safety: We’ve increased the frequency of cleaning in work areas, adjusted our work practices to promote physical distancing, and introduced new protocols for temperature checks and face coverings.
  • Health screenings: Cast members will self-screen for temperature and symptoms of illness before each shift and will stay home if they are not feeling well.

5. Working Together

Because each of us shares a responsibility for the health of our community, we’re making resources available to make guests aware of our new policies, so they too can do their part.

  • Guest communication: We’re proactively sharing information with guests about what to expect ahead of their visit to support their planning. In our parks and resorts, we have added signage about personal health and hygiene measures, physical distancing, and more.
  • Following our guidelines: A special group of cast members will also be present in the parks to explain our new procedures, answer questions guests may have, and encourage everyone to follow these measures to promote the well-being of us all.
  • “Together We Can Make Today Incredible” campaign: In June, we introduced “Together We Can Make Today Incredible,” a health and safety campaign that spotlights healthy behaviors featuring fan-favorite characters from the Incredibles animated movies. The campaign emphasizes that everyone has an important role to play in health and safety while engaging guests in a uniquely Disney way.

We’re looking forward to upholding this plan each day, and to the return of our guests and cast members to our parks and resorts.

If you have additional questions about a specific experience, we hope that you’ll explore the resources below:

When you’re ready to join us at your favorite Disney destinations, we’re excited to welcome you back. Until then, be well – see you soon!

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Dr. Pamela Hymel
Chief Medical Officer
Disney Parks, Experiences and Products

 

Originally posted on July 7, 2020 https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2020/07/disney-parks-commitment-to-health-safety-measures/

 

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Aruba’s Semi-Submarine is Fully Amazing!

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Aruba’s Semi-Submarine is Fully Amazing!

Christina Szewczuk
7.9.20
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When I first heard you could ride in a submarine to explore the Arashi Reef and one of the largest shipwrecks in the Caribbean, I was all in! Well, I was kind of in… I was a little concerned about being fully submerged in the water with no way out; plus it was kind of pricey. With a family of 4, we were a little priced out of that experience. Then I came across this option for a semi-submarine! The pricing was more affordable and I would be able to come up for air if necessary. Again, I was all in.

So what is a semi-submarine? A semi-submarine remains above water at all times. You walk down via ladder into the deep hull of the boat, which sits 5 feet below the surface of the water. The air- conditioned hull is submerged and there are plenty of windows and seats so you can look out at the surroundings and relax.

On the day of our tour, we went to DePalm Pier to check in. Next we took a small boat to the larger semi submarine vessel located out in the ocean. Carefully, we transferred from the one boat to the other and descended down the stairs into the hull. Immediately the room was flooded with beautiful blue light from the clear Caribbean water and soft steel drum music was playing.

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Once we were settled, our guide began to tell us about Aruba, a little bit of history of the island, etc. As we began moving, I felt at ease watching the bubbles from the engine float gently by while some Tang Fish swam up and began playing in the bubbles and feasting on the algae growing on the other side of the windows. When we got to the Arashi Reef, the boat slowed so we could view coral, schools of fish and other marine life. After a little while, we moved on to the main attraction – the SS Antilla Shipwreck.

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It was quite a site to see! I had never seen a sunken ship in person before so it was a really interesting experience for me. My eyes were peeled to the window as I took in the site of the once-great ship now in ruins along the bottom of the sea; with fish and other marine life swimming through it, seeking shelter from larger fish and making their homes out of it. Our guide explained to us that the SS Antilla, built in 1939, was a German ship that had sunk during World War II. At over 400 ft long, it is one of the largest shipwrecks in the Caribbean. The shipwreck is a very popular site for divers and snorkelers as well. Other charters will take you out to experience these activities, but on this sailing, you do not go in the water.

Overall, I thought this was definitely worth the time and money spent. We all loved it and learned a lot about the island. It was about 2 hours long and we had to reserve in advance. I am happy to make the arrangements for you! For more information or to book your tour, reach out to me at Christina@wishesfamilytravel.com or call me at 609-280-4997.

 

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A Pirate’s Life for Me!

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A Pirate’s Life for Me!

Maggie Ballantyne
7.7.20

Does someone in your family love Pirates? That would be me! And because I think I share that love with many of you, I have researched and outlined some of my ways to incorporate the Disney Pirate Life into many of my trips!

Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts

I think I will start with the obvious of the attractions, Pirates of the Caribbean. This classic ride is actually what inspired the movie (not the other way around) and takes you on a journey through a town invaded by pirates, past the Black Pearl, and you may see a few familiar faces along the way. During the special ticketed event, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, this ride comes to life with some real live pirates incorporated throughout the ride! This attraction is located in Adventureland at Magic Kingdom and has a pirate-themed gift shop attached. If you are a pressed penny collector, there are some good ones here!

Also located in Adventureland is Tortuga Taverns, where you and your family can enjoy a Quick Service meal of a Jerk-Smoked Brisket Sandwich, Ropa Vieja, All-Beef Hot Dog topped with your choice of Jerk-Smoked Brisket or Ropa Vieja, Rum Cake, and more!

If you want to meet a pirate, during special ticketed event such as the Halloween and Christmas parties, Captain Jack Sparrow will be available for meet and greets.

Are you ready for your own pirate adventure? A Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas is a new, FREE, interactive treasure hunt throughout Adventureland for you to enjoy! Start by picking up your first clue at the Crow’s Nest in Adventureland.

As for one of Disney’s other favorite pirates, Captain Hook, can be seen with his ship and faithful first mate Smee in the Festival of Fantasy Parade. You will see him as you take flight on Peter Pan’s Flight in Fantasyland as well. Happily Ever After also pays a small homage to Disney’s pirates during the middle of the show.

If you are looking to stay on Disney property and have a pirate fan in the family, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort has pirate-themed rooms. This room comes with two twin size beds in the shape of pirate ships. The pools at this resort also fit the themes with a ship in the middle. Not only does it have cool theming, but as of late 2019, this resort is also on the Disney Skyliner adding a new adventure to your traveling party. You will be sailing over the Disney property just as Hook does over Neverland.

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Over at Disney’s Beach Club, you can sign your children ages 4-12 up to be part of Captain Hooks Pirate Crew! Your child will receive his or her pirates name and then learn everything it takes to be a pirate from learning the language, to the songs, to swabbing the deck! Your kids will be guided through a treasure hunt and they better believe that Captain Hook will stop by to see if they have what it takes! After they find the hidden treasure, they will be brought over to the Pirate Hideaway for a special dinner. Parents, please take this as an opportunity for some adult time on your family vacation! Your Concierge Agent can get you signed up and the Disney Cast Members have your kiddos covered!

Disney’s Contemporary Resort offers a special pirates-themed viewing of the Happily Ever After Show with the Pirates and Pals Fireworks Dessert Voyage. Your evening will start at the resort with a party full of snacks, desserts, drinks, and a meet-and-greet opportunity with Captain Hook and Mr. Smee. Head down to the dock and board a boat as it takes you around the Seven Seas Lagoon until you drop your anchor to watch Happily Ever After from the boat. After the show you will head back to the Contemporary where a surprise will be waiting for you! Who do you think it will be?!

Disneyland

The obvious place to start again is with the classic Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. This is the true original attraction that Walt Disney himself worked on. It is different than the ride in Orlando, and I actually prefer this one.

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I really love that this attraction works its way through the Blue Bayou restaurant. As you dine, you will see guests in boats pass by. I enjoyed this ride and a meal here on my last trip. This is the best meal I have ever experienced in the park from the theming to the food to the experience overall.

Captain Jack Sparrow roams Adventureland and you never know when you will run into him! I was walking around with my black Minnie ears with a red sequence bow when all of a sudden someone walked up behind me and yelled, “GIVE ME THE RUBBIES.” *Swoon* It was Jack.

If you prefer Captain Hook to Captain Jack, he can often be found at Plaza Inn Breakfast with Minnie and Friends or wandering around Fantasyland. I have seen him in both places, and it is always a great surprise! You will never know what you will find in the Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer’s Island either!

Disney Cruise Line

The Pirate fans will love this one… one most Disney sailings, there is an entire day and night dedicated to Pirates! Pirate Night is a fan favorite and one thing that Disney Cruise Line is known for in regards to extra entertainment. The morning of Pirate’s Night I was walking up the stairs to Deck 3 and when I turned a corner, there was Hook himself! Later in the evening, Mickey and his friends including Minnie, Goofy, Chip and Dale, Stitch, and Daisy were all dressed for the theme. The most anticipated meet and greet of the night is Captain Jack Sparrow. Again *swoon* I was second in line to meet him and we discussed ways to take over the Disney Dream so we can fight for the Black Pearl back. But not until he finds his hat of course!

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At dinner, no matter where you are eating on your rotational dining schedule, your waitstaff will be dressed as Pirates and you will receive a special treasure map menu. Most desserts come with an X incorporated into them as well.

Tip: Just about every guest I saw dresses up for Pirate night. Some go all out in full costumes, some just add accessories. Have as much fun with it as you like! If you need accessories, the gift shops sell special merch on this night to fit the theme as well and this will include accessories. You may even have a surprise in your stateroom before dinner as well.

After dinner, the fun does not stop. There is a full deck party with pirate songs, videos, special food and treats, and Fireworks at Sea. Disney has the only fleet that sets off fireworks in the middle of the ocean!

Pirate night is not the only night to meet Jack. On your visit to Castaway Cay on the Bahamian and Caribbean itineraries, Jack meets outside the ship for some photo ops in the morning. We hear Smee and Hook might be walking around as well!

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One of my favorite things about being a Concierge Agent is learning about the special likes you and someone in your party may have, researching them, and then showing you all of the ways we can incorporate those magical moments into your custom itinerary.

If you are interested in receiving a custom itinerary for your vacation, please contact me at Maggie@wishesfamilytravel.com and follow my Facebook page, www.facebook.com/wishesfamilytravelmaggie

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Carnival Cruise Line Funtastic Savings Sale Book by: 7/31/2020

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Carnival Cruise Line Funtastic Savings Sale Book by: 7/31/2020

July 6, 2020

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Booking Window: July 1 – July 31, 2020
Terms & Conditions:
Cruise rates are in US dollars, per person and based on double occupancy. Offer is capacity controlled and is not combinable with any other discount or promotional offer. Rates may vary by ship, stateroom type and sail date. Change fees are not assessed outside of the final payment window. Category restrictions and exclusions apply. Carnival reserves the right to withdraw and/or change offer at any time without prior notice. Offer is for the cruise fare only and does not include Taxes, Fees and Port Expenses. Taxes, Fees and Port Expenses range from $63.14 to $401.14, and are assessed on a per guest basis for all guests according to the itinerary. Offer is applicable in cabin assignment categories only. Refundable deposit subject to cancellation penalties. Offer bookings made as part of a group will include amenities. Offer is applicable on select sailings through April 2023. Offer is applicable on new bookings made between July 1, 2020 – July 31, 2020. Please request rate code PB4. Ships’ Registry: The Bahamas, Panama & Malta.

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