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What would you be interested in doing Feb 2008?  

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  1. 1. What would you be interested in doing Feb 2008?

    • The LA Based Cruise for $499
    • The Miami Based Cruise for $899
    • I'm interested in a TPR cruise, but not this time around.
    • Cruising is just not my thing, sorry.

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Updated Tuesday 12/4!


I've received a lot of feedback on and off the boards. While I agree that the Freedom to the Caribbean would be the better choice, if more people are interested there is a cheaper option out of Los Angeles. It's a smaller Royal Caribbean ship, the Vision of the Seas. Robb and I have done this exact cruise before and it's a lot of fun. Here is some basic information...are there people interested in this one?


Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas

Departs Los Angeles Sunday, February 17

Returns Los Angeles Sunday, February 24

TOTAL Price = $499 per person based on inside cabin, double occupancy. Includes: All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, Late night, lots of food!), Entertainment, crazy awesome ship stuff (see all the great amenities on the ship below).

Does NOT Include: Taxes, fees, port charges, Fuel Surcharge, Airfare, Transportation to/from the port, extra excursions at ports, alcohol, gambling, spa treatments, tips, etc.


Here are the details on Vision:

Rock-climbing wall

Themed bars and lounges

Casino RoyaleSM

Stunning Centrum, an open atrium featuring shopping and more

Indoor /outdoor pool in a Solarium with a sliding roof

Outdoor pool

6 whirlpools

Adventure Ocean® youth facilities

ShipShape® Day Spa and Fitness Center


Ship Facts

Maiden Voyage: May 2, 1998

Passenger Capacity: 2,435

Godmother: Helen Morin Stephan

Gross Tonnage: 78,491

Length: 915'


Cruise goes to Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta Mexico. Three fun ports with cool stuff to do.


Let me know if you're interested in this option!




Hey everyone!


It's time...it's time for everyone to see Robb and my other hobby, cruising!


I'm trying to get an idea of who would be interested in the following TPR Cruise. If there are about 20 of us, let's do it!



Freedom of the Seas Departs Miami Sunday, February 17. Returns Sunday, February 24 (Note this is the week of Presidents Day)

TOTAL Price - $899 each based on inside cabin, double occupancy. Includes: All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, Late night, lots of food!), Entertainment, crazy awesome ship stuff (see all the great amenities on the ship below).

Does NOT Include: Taxes, fees, port charges, Fuel Surcharge, Airfare, Transportation to/from the port, extra excursions at ports, alcohol, gambling, spa treatments, tips, etc.


I need to know if you're in or out by December 16 to ensure availability! Even then, we may be out of luck, so as soon as you know you're in TELL US!!!


Here are all the details if you're interested:


Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas

"The Freedom family of ships includes our largest cruise ships yet. What's more, these ships have the most spectacular, innovative onboard features at sea: the FlowRider® surf park, cantilevered whirlpools, ice-skating rink, full-size boxing ring, H2O Zone waterpark, and more!"


Ship Highlights


H2O Zone

Cantilevered whirlpools

Rock-climbing wall

Ice-skating rink

Royal Promenade

Extensive WiFi capabilities and connectivity for cell phones

Full-size, flat-screen TVs in every stateroom

Themed bars and lounges

Adventure Ocean® youth facilities

ShipShape® Fitness Center and Day Spa

Full-size Everlast boxing ring

Casino RoyaleSM

Presidential Family Suite

Sports Pool

Full-size sports court

9-hole miniature golf course

Johnny Rockets® '50s-style restaurant

Portofino Italian Restaurant

Chops Grille

Ben & Jerry's® ice cream

Vintages wine bar

Boleros Latin-themed lounge

Sorrento's pizza


Ship Facts

Maiden Voyage: June 4, 2006

Passenger Capacity: 3,634 double occupancy

Godmother: Katherine Louise Calder

Gross Tonnage: 160,000

Length: 1,112'



Departs Miami Sunday, February 17, 2008

Returns Miami Sunday, February 24, 2008


Here are the places the ship goes, as well as two sea days:

Labadee, Haiti

Ocho Rios, Jamaica

George Town, Grand Cayman

Cozumel, Mexico


TOTAL PRICE PER PERSON (Based on an inside cabin, double occupancy) - $992.69 Includes all taxes, fees, port charges, fuel surcharge. Does NOT include tips, extra excursions, alcohol, casino, airfare.


This ship is almost sold out and will sell out soon, therefore we need to know for sure if you are in or out by December 16!!! Even if you are a single, please tell us if you're interested and we'll get you a roommate just like on our TPR Trips!


Airfare from LAX is about $320 roundtrip (I already checked!). If we get a bunch of us to come in a day early we'll arrange transport, hotels, and a visit to some local credits before we board the ship on Sunday!


Robb and I would like to get about 20 people to go to make it an official TPR Cruise so please EMAIL or POST ASAP if you're seriously interested!


For those of you who have never cruised before check out our thread from last year on a smaller Royal Caribbean Ship: http://www.themeparkreview.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=287201


Cruising is so much fun, and this is a great cruise for beginners and experienced cruisers alike!


So let's do it!


Who's in? I'd like to fill about 10 cabins to make it official!


Cabin #1 - Robb, Elissa, KT

Cabin #2 - Elissa's Parents


Others who are most likely a yes:

Joey - Jew

Joe - ParkTrips

Bryan - NotforSale

Bryan's Mom?



And here are some pictures to get you excited!






The biggest ship afloat right now!

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That's an awesome idea. I've always wanted to do one of these and I've heard and seen so many great things about Royal Caribbean. The price is pretty darn good for what you get too! Plus, I can't imagine how crazy it'd be cruising with you guys and other TPR members. Unfortunately, I'm going to have to hold out on a until I graduate. School ruins everything!

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I used to work check-in for Royal Caribbean, so I know a few things:


-To go alone, you have to be at least 21.

-If someone 20 or under is in your group, there must be a guardian 25 or older present.

-If you are a married couple under the age of 21, the age rule is exempted.

-If there is someone 17 or under, a parent or legal guardian must be present, if not, there must be a signed AND notorized letter from the parent.


Oh, and if you're 18-20 you can drink beer and wine with your guardian's permission. The gambling age is 18, and you don't need permission for that.

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btw to answer the question, you need a passport to go on a cruise now, and if you don't have one now you better hurry since its taking forever to process them these days!!

If you do the expidited service you can get it pretty quick. KidTums' passport only took about 2 1/2 weeks.



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^^Thanks, saves me the trouble of copying and pasting from the rules!


So just like the TPR Trips minors parents will have to sign them over to me for the week so I'm their temporary guardian!


Also, we'll only take a limited number of minors because of the cabin sharing.


I'm going to update the roll call with those who have posted that they're interested so we can get an idea of if we'll do this or not!

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Yeah I really have no idea if this will go over well or not.


But after getting yelled at last time for not announcing our personal vacation to everyone, I figured I'd at least try!


Seriously, cruises are so much fun, plus we can ride the Dania Beach Hurricane and do some 'Xtreme' stuff on and off the cruise!


I hope we get enough people too, but if we don't, we'll just go back to small private groups. So sign up now and make the TPR Cruise a reality!

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Will there be a TPR Boxing League? And will Robb perform the theme from Love Boat?


In all seriousness though, this looks amazing but since I'm looking into doing the BB thing, won't commit to anything further. Would be interested in doing one in '09-'10 though if this came up again.


And when are they going to hurry up and design a cruise liner with a rollercoaster?

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Some answers:


- Did you add in the Fuel Surcharge? It's an additional $35 total per person. That's how I got the final amount.

- The cruise departs and returns to the Port of Miami.

- Robb will dance, sing, box, surf, golf and eat a small humans worth of food everyday...yeah isn't that worth the price alone?

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