|8 nights departing Charleston May 11, 2018 on
Carnival's Carnival Ecstasy
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|Friday, May 11||Charleston, SC||4:00pm|
|Saturday, May 12||At Sea|
|Sunday, May 13||At Sea|
|Monday, May 14||St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands||Noon||8:00pm|
|Tuesday, May 15||St. Maarten||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Wednesday, May 16||San Juan, Puerto Rico||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Thursday, May 17||At Sea|
|Friday, May 18||At Sea|
|Saturday, May 19||Charleston, SC||
NOTE: Amber Cove, Dominican Republic could be substituted as a Port of Call
Additional sailing dates with the same itinerary:
Sep 8 2018
Mar 2 2019
Apr 26 2019
Cruises from Charleston:
Additional Ecstasy sailing dates with a different itinerary:
PORTS OF CALL
St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
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This beautiful tropical island offers pristine beaches lapped by turquoise waters. The picturesque harbor town of Charlotte Amalie is known for its great duty-free shopping. The most popular shore excursions include island tours, a day at the beach at Magen's Bay, scuba diving and snorkeling expeditions.
Language: English Currency: US dollar (US$)
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Flying two flags, this island is half-French and half-Dutch. Cruise ships more commonly call on the Dutch side of St. Maarten, known for its shop-lined, narrow lanes and daytime casinos. Island tours, cruising on an America's Cup yacht and snorkeling excursions are offered in Philipsburg. Golfers should check out Mullet Bay.
Language: Dutch Currency: Euro (EUR), US dollar (US$)
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)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Old San Juan is rich in Spanish tradition, with cobblestone streets and colonial architecture. This part of the Puerto Rican city is easily seen on foot, and cruise passengers can shop for handcrafted works or relax in a shaded park. New San Juan is distinctly elegant with lavish resorts, great restaurants and grand casinos. Visitors in San Juan can join an excursion to El Yunque, the only tropical rain forest in the U.S. national forest system. Adventurous travelers will want to partake in a deep-sea fishing, snorkeling or diving excursion.
Language: English/Spanish Currency: US dollar (US$)
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Charleston is one of South Carolina's most picturesque cities, with beautifully preserved architecture and an aristocratic yet gracious atmosphere. Wooden shutters and ironwork balconies embellish the tall, narrow houses, and hidden gardens hold fragrant magnolia trees. You can tour the historic quarters on a walking tour or carriage ride. Boone Hall Plantation re-creates antebellum grandeur, and Middleton Place recalls life on an 18th-century plantation. Civil War buffs can tour Fort Sumter, where local troops opened fire on April 12, 1861, and set off the War Between the States.
Language: English Currency: US dollar (US$)
Driving Directions and Parking Information
Port of Charleston
176 Concord Street
Charleston, SC 29401
The Port of Charleston is located 12 miles from the Charleston International Airport. Parking is $17.00 per day (rates subject to change by Port Authority).
From I-26: Follow I-26 east to exit 219B. At bottom of ramp turn left onto Mt. Pleasant Street. Follow through light and across tracks onto Morrison Drive. Morrison Drive will turn into East Bay Street. Follow 2.0 miles and turn left onto Chapel Street. Follow Chapel around bend where it turns into Washington Street. Follow Washington Street across Calhoun to the entrance to Union Pier Terminal approximately .5 miles on left.
From U.S. 17 South: Take exit 220A (Romney Street). Turn right at the bottom of the ramp. Go straight through the light to the intersection of Romney Street and Morrison Dr. Turn right on Morrison Drive. Morrison Drive will turn into East Bay Street. Follow approximately 1 mile to Chapel Street. Turn left onto Chapel Street. Follow Chapel around bend where it turns into Washington Street. Follow Washington Street across Calhoun to the entrance to Union Pier Terminal approximately .5 miles on left.
From U.S. 17 North: Follow U.S. 17 South to the Arthur Ravenel Bridge. Once on the bridge exit at Morrison Drive exit. Turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto Morrison Drive. Morrison Drive will turn into East Bay Street. Travel approximately 1.0 mile to the intersection of East Bay and Chapel Street. Turn left onto Chapel Street. Follow Chapel around bend where it turns into Washington Street. Follow Washington Street across Calhoun to the entrance to Union Pier Terminal approximately .5 miles on left.
CLICK HERE to get to know the Carnival Ecstasy before your cruise.
Ecstasy was designed to dazzle. From the colorful neon lights of the Grand Atrium Plaza to the polished brass and marble of the Society Bar, every inch of this ship was grandly decorated to match the
fun and festive atmosphere found onboard. City Lights Boulevard, a happening hot spot in the evenings, leads to the popular Stripes Dance Club, the Rolls Royce Café (coffee shop and Internet cafe),
the Crystal Palace Casino and a vast selection of bars and lounges. Dance to live music at Chinatown, where pagoda lamps and lanterns create an Oriental theme, or catch a Vegas revue -- complete with
elaborate costumes, lighting effects and pyrotechnics -- at the Blue Sapphire Lounge. Snack bars, a pizzeria and the Panorama Bar & Grill complement the Wind Song and Wind Star
Kids will have a blast in their newly expanded Camp Carnival area for ages 2-12, Circle "C" for ages 12-14 and Club O2 which caters to older teens. Meanwhile mom and dad enjoy the adults-only "Serenity" area that offers bar service, ocean vistas and whirlpools for relaxation. Every member of the family should try out WaterWorks, the onboard water park, complete with the Twister Waterslide. All staterooms feature Carnival’s Comfort Bed Collection, which includes 100% hypoallergenic down duvet, high-quality sheets and satin-striped cotton duvet cover and pillow cases. Suites have been updated with all the same features, as well as new decor, renovated bathrooms and flat-screen TVs.
|Total Inside Cabins||466|
|Total Outside Cabins||562|
|Cabins & Suites w/ verandas||152|
|Maximum Occupancy per room||5|
|Age Restrictions||All must be 21 or older or one must be 25 or older|
in Main Dining Room
|Dining Hours||6:00 p.m. & 8:15 p.m.|
|Dining Room Dress Code||Dining|
|Tipping Guidelines||Cruises departing before September 1, 2016:$12.00 per guest, per day. Cruises departing on or after September 1, 2016:$12.95 per person, per day for guests sailing in standard staterooms and $13.95 per person, per day for guests in suite accommodations. These amounts are automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). 15% tip included on beverage orders. No tips required for children under 2.|
|Onboard Currency||US Dollar|
|Services & Amenities|
|Beauty Salon/Barber Shop||Yes|
|Cell Phone Service||Yes|
|Wireless Internet Access||Yes|
|Note: Available in certain areas|
|Laundromats (self service)||Yes|
|Outdoor Movie Screen||No|
|Fitness & Sports Facilities|
|Golf Driving Net||No|
|Ice Skating Rink||No|
|Rock Climbing Wall||No|
|Water Sports Platform||No|
|Cabin Features & Amenities|
|24-Hour Room Service||Yes|
|Note: Hair dryers are only provided in the Grand Suites and Extended Balcony Suites.|
|Supervised Youth Program||Yes|
|Special Needs & Requests|
(private connecting doors)
|Single Occupancy Cabins||No|
|Single Share Program||No|
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