Caribbean Cruise Update
The following Ports of Call have sustained major damage from Hurricane Irma and will not host cruise ships until further notice:
British Virgin Island
Turks and Caicos
US Virgin Islands (St Thomas)
These Ports sustained some damage but are currently open to cruise ship traffic:
Cruise lines reserve the right to substitute ports of call due to the closures but will attempt to make each cruise equal or of greater value than the originally scheduled itinerary.
Additional Sailing Dates with same itinerary
Nov 5, 19
Dec 3 , 17, 31
Jan 14, 28
Feb 11, 25
Mar 11, 25
Apr 8, 22
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Conquest cruises with a different itinerary
PORT OF CALL
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This capital city is a constant reminder of British influence in the Bahamas. Shoppers will want to hit the famous straw market, while those looking for some relaxation will find their place on the white-sand beaches of Paradise Island. Snorkeling and diving excursions and outings to Crystal Cay and Blue Lagoon Island also are popular. Ships dock just steps from downtown, making it easy to explore on foot.
Language: English Currency: Bahamian dollar (BSD), US dollar (US$)
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas
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Half Moon Cay is a private island shared by Holland America, Windstar and Carnival. The island is nine and a half miles around and has nine miles of beach (including an exquisite two-mile crescent-shaped beach), an exterior lagoon and an interior lagoon. The Bahamas National Trust has designated part of Half Moon Cay a wild bird preserve, leaving all but 55 of the island's 2,400 acres untouched and unspoiled and creating a plentiful habitat for a variety of land and seabirds. Spend the day horseback riding or hiking the island's nature trails through the lush broadleaf forest. Enjoy swimming, sunning and relaxing on the beach, or go scuba diving, snorkeling or kayaking. Deep-sea fishing, parasailing and glass-bottom boat rides are available. A variety of water toys are available for rent, including Hobie catamarans, Sunfish sailboats, windsurfing sailboards and kayaks.
Language: English Currency: US dollar (US$)
Amber Cove, Dominican Republic
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Amber Cove is located in the province of Puerto Plata on the Bay of Maimon. The cove combines historical colonial architecture with the contemporary amenities of the greatest ports in the modern world. With over 30 acres of waterfront property, Amber Cove provides a great variety of shopping and entertainment for visitors to enjoy. The port is also a huge transportation hub for surrounding areas such as Sosua and Cabarete. Spend the afternoon at one of the beautiful beaches where you can windsurf, kiteboard, or simply sunbathe and relax. After some time in the sand, head over to explore the coastal villages and shopping centers, or take a 30 minute ride out to Damajagua Falls. For a different kind of adventure, visitors can go to the outskirts of the city and enjoy the entertainment of the popular Ocean World Adventure Park.
Language: Spanish, English Currency: Dominican Peso (DOP)
Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
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This small island, only six miles long and three miles wide, provides all the activities sun lovers need. Spend time scuba diving, horseback riding on the beach, playing golf or whale watching (in season).
Language: English Currency: US dollar (US$)
Ft Lauderdale, FL
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Fort Lauderdale lies about 30 minutes north of Miami on Florida's lower Atlantic Coast. It is about five hours from Jacksonville, FL, and four hours from Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL. Fort Lauderdale is sometimes known as the "Venice of America" because of its expansive and intricate canal system. In addition to its museums, beaches and nightlife, Fort Lauderdale is home to a large indoor/outdoor flea market and the site of the world's largest drive-in movie theater. The International Swimming Hall of Fame is located on Fort Lauderdale beach and houses a large aquatic complex as well as a museum, theater and research library.
Driving Directions and Parking Information
1850 Eller Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
Port Everglades is approximately 2 miles from Fort Lauderdale International Airport and 30 miles from Miami International Airport. Parking is $15.00 per day (rates subject to change by Port Authority).
Traveling from Fort Lauderdale International Airport - Exit the airport and follow signs for I-595 East/Port Everglades. Continue to the last exit on I-595 East and follow the signs to Port Everglades. This will automatically take you to the Port Everglades security entrance. From there, follow the directional signs for your designated ship's pier terminal.
From Miami International Airport - Take 836 East to I-95 North. Exit I-95 North at 595 East. Follow 595 to the end; then follow the Port Everglades signs.
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Weighing in at 110,000 tons, this beautiful
art-themed megaliner has something for everyone. Join in the fun at Punchliners Comedy Club & Brunch or be a part of the action at Hasbro, The Game Show. Guests looking for an upscale dining
experience will be pleased with the culinary delights of The Point Steakhouse, Carnival Conquest’s reservations-only restaurant. The notable Toulouse-Lautrec Lounge comes alive in the evenings with
dazzling entertainment that rivals any seen on Broadway, and the ship’s lively bars and lounges welcome guests nightly for drinks, live music and dancing. Entertainment for younger guests includes
activities at Camp Carnival, which has its own deck and wading pool, and Circle “C” Lounge and Club O2 for teens looking to hang out with new friends.
Sports enthusiasts will love activities featuring a nine-hole mini-golf course, jogging track, sports court and shuffleboard games. Those looking to relax can seek refuge at Spa Carnival, complete with steam, sauna and massage rooms as well as a salon and fitness center. For the adults looking to wind down with a cold beverage, the Conquest offers a variety of options with RedFrog Rum Bar, BlueIguana Tequila Bar, and Alchemy Bar among the selections. In addition to all this, the Carnival Conquest is now also equipped with the Carnival Seaside Theatre, a 270-square-foot LED screen displaying movies, concerts and sporting events, and an exhilarating three-deck-high Twister Waterslide.
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