8 nights departing September 16, 2017 on
Carnival Conquest from Ft Lauderdale
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The prices shown are US dollars per person, based on double occupancy, and subject to availability. They include port charges but do not include airfare or (where applicable) airport or government taxes or fees.
|Mon||Sep||18||Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands||7:00am||2:00pm|
|Tue||Sep||19||La Romana, Dominican Republic||9:00am||4:00pm|
Additional sailing dates with same itinerary
Mar 3, 31
Sep 15 2018
Oct 13 2018
Nov 10 2018
Dec 8, 22 2018
Jan 5 2019
Feb 2 2019
Mar 2, 30 2019
Apr 27 2019
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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.
|Total Inside Cabins||577|
|Total Outside Cabins||910|
|Cabins & Suites w/ verandas||573|
|Maximum Occupancy per room||4|
|Age Restrictions||All must be 21 or older or one must be 25 or older|
in Main Dining Room
|Assigned and open seating available|
|Dining Hours||6:00 p.m. & 8:15 p.m.|
|Dining Room Dress Code||Dining|
|Tipping Guidelines||$12.00 per guest, per day. These amounts are automatically charged to onboard account (amount can be adjusted according to quality of service received). 15% tip included on beverage orders. No tips required for children under 2.|
|Onboard Currency||US Dollar|
|Services & Amenities|
|Beauty Salon/Barber Shop||Yes|
|Cell Phone Service||Yes|
|Wireless Internet Access||Yes|
|Note: Available throughout the ship|
|Outdoor Movie Screen||Yes|
|Self Serve Laundromats||Yes|
|Fitness & Sports Facilities|
|Golf Driving Net||No|
|Ice Skating Rink||No|
|Rock Climbing Wall||No|
|Water Sports Platform||No|
|Cabin Features & Amenities|
|24-Hour Room Service||Yes|
|Supervised Youth Program||Yes|
|Special Needs & Requests|
(private connecting doors)
|Single Occupancy Cabins||No|
|Single Share Program||No|
PORTS OF CALL
GRAND TURK, Turks & Caicos Islands
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This small island, only six miles long and three miles wide, provides all the activities sun lovers need. Spend time scuba diving, horseback riding on the beach, playing golf or whale watching (in season).
Language: English Currency: US dollar (US$)
LA ROMANA (Casa de Campo), DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
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Casa de Campo, a lush resort retreat in La Romana on the Dominican Republic's southeastern coast, offers myriad recreational options for visiting cruise passengers. The Teeth of the Dog golf course has been ranked as one of the best in the Caribbean, and tennis and skeet shooting also are offered. There's horseback riding and polo at the equestrian center as well as water sports and fishing at private Minitas Beach and the resort's exclusive marina. Enjoy 18 bars and restaurants, ranging from the beachside El Pescador, where bathing suits are standard attire, to upscale Casa del Rio overlooking the Chavon River. Watch artisans at work at nearby Altos de Chavon cultural village, or see a performing arts event at the village's 5,000-seat, open-air amphitheater.
Language: Spanish Currency: Dominican peso (DOP), US dollar (US$)
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The simplicity of this colorful island makes it one of the most delightful ports of the Caribbean. City and island tours are available, highlighting the island's liqueur distillery. Travelers exploring on their own will want to view the Queen Emma Floating Bridge and visit the floating market where brightly painted schooners are laden with exotic fruits and vegetables. The island's crystalline waters are also home to the Caribbean's largest protected underwater park, with coral reefs stretching for miles.
Language: Dutch Currency: Netherlands Antilles Guilder (ANG), US dollar (US$)
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Located in the southern Caribbean, north of the coast of Venezuela, Aruba is a year-round paradise with gorgeous, white-sand beaches, cooling trade winds and warm friendly people. Aruba is bursting with activities for families and adventure-seekers alike — from snorkeling and scuba diving to golfing and sunbathing. Adventure, relaxation, culture and romance make Aruba one of the happiest places on Earth.
Aruba is an island of contrasting terrain, from its white-sand southern shoreline to its rugged and adventurous northern coast. This charming Dutch island is known for its warm and welcoming locals, extensive culinary experiences (there are over 200 restaurants), and duty-free shopping. Aruba offers excellent diving, and diving excursions include sites like the wreck of a World War II German freighter. Cooling trade winds coupled with average temperatures in the 80s make windsurfing and kitesurfing popular sports.
Language: Dutch (Official) and Papiamento Currency: Florin (AFL), 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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