IT'S A CELEBRATION!! | Charleston | Saturday, 04. May 2019

Description


IT'S A CELEBRATION!!5 Day Cruise from Charleston, SCMay 4-9, 2019Carnival’s Ecstasy

Cruise Itinerary
Sat. Charleston, SC.   4:00pm                                
Sun. Fun Day at Sea
Mon. Nassau, The Bahamas   8:00am-5:00pm
Tue. Princess Cays, The Bahamas   8:00am-5:00pm
Wed. Fun Day at Sea
Thurs. Charleston, SC.   8:00am          
 


 
What’s Included5 Days aboard Carnival’s Ecstasy ShipAll accommodations, meals, entertainment and most onboard activitiesAll taxes and port chargesWhat’s NOT IncludedTransportation to Charleston, SCGratuities of $64.75 per personTravel Insurance
 

All Prices are per person
Children's rates are the same as adults

Single (one person in a room)
Interior $1,100
Ocean view $1,215
Balcony $1,765

Double (2 people in a room)
Interior $615 per person
Ocean view $675 per person
Balcony $935 per person

Triple (3 people in a room)
Interior $505 per person
Ocean view $545 per person
Balcony $725 per person

Quad (4 people in a room)
Interior $455 per person
Ocean View $485 per person
Balcony $615 per person


Payment Deadlines
$75 June 1, Initial Payment
$75 Monthly Deposits by the 15th of each month
Final Payment Due by Feb. 15, 2019
 


Key Deposit Dates:
Initial Deposit $75 paid by June 1
Everyone needs at least $150 paid by 12/15/2018
All balances are due by 3/1/2019 (no exceptions)  
 
 
 
Policies-All payments are non-refundable/non-transferable.
-Please adhere to deposit deadlines, failure to do so will result in cancellation of your reservations.
-A $50 late fee will be added to all final payments received after the final due date of Feb. 15, 2018 no exceptions.
-Passports are not required but are suggested.
-A birth certificate is required from vital statistics with the official seal. 
 
Travel Documentation Details
Proper travel documentation is required at embarkation and throughout the cruise. Even though a guest has completed registration using Online Check-in, it is still the responsibility of the guest to present the required travel documents at the time of embarkation. Guest should check with their travel agent and/or government authority to determine the travel documents necessary for each port of call. Any guest without proper documents will not be allowed to board the vessel and no refund of the cruise fare will be issued. Carnival assumes no responsibility for advising guests of proper travel documentation. Carnival highly recommends that all guests travel with a passport (valid for at least six months beyond completion of travel unless otherwise noted differently). This will enhance the debarkation experience as delays may be expected upon return to the United States for those without one. Additionally, this will enable guests to fly from the United States to meet their ship at a foreign port should they miss their scheduled port of embarkation and allow guests who must disembark the ship before their cruise ends due to an emergency to fly back to the United States without significant delays and complications.
 
Domestic Cruises (including Canada) For cruises that begin and/or end in a U.S port, the following WHTI-Compliant Documents are acceptable for cruise travel. These standard forms of documentation will enable the Department of Homeland Security to quickly and reliably identify a traveler.
US Passport-U.S. citizens may present a valid, unexpired U.S. passport when traveling via air, land or sea. Guests may apply for passports at more than 4500 passport-acceptance facilities nationwide (passport agencies, clerks of court, post offices and public libraries). For information about  U.S. Passports, visit http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/passports.html   
Passport Card-The passport card cannot be used to travel by air outside the United States. U.S. citizens may present a limited-use, wallet-size passport card. The passport card will only be valid for land and sea travel between the United States and Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean region and Bermuda.
State Enhanced Driver's License-The State Enhanced Driver's License cannot be used to travel by air outside the United States.
Several states are working with the Department of Homeland Security to develop an EDL for U.S. citizens residing in their states. This document will denote both citizenship and identity and will facilitate the entry process at land and sea ports of entry. The word 'Enhanced' must appear on the license. The following states issue this type of WHTI-compliant document: Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Vermont and Washington.
Certificate of US Naturalization-The Certificate of U.S. Naturalization (form N-550 or N-570) is a document issued by the U.S. government (USCIS) as proof of a foreign born person who has obtained U.S. citizenship through naturalization (a legal process of obtaining a new nationality).


 
Unacceptable Forms of Identification
Driver's License as the only proof
A temporary driver's license (paperwork without a photo I.D.)
Voter's Registration Card
Trusted Traveler Program Membership
Baptismal Papers
U.S. Military I.D. and a photo I.D.
A Dependent Military I.D. that is issued to the spouse and children of military personnel is not acceptable
U.S. Military Discharge Papers
No Record of Birth certificate: a certificate issued by the Department of Health and Vital Statistics showing that they have no records on this person
Hospital certificate, hospital-issued birth notice, live record of birth or announcement of birth
Also acceptable for cruise travel,  U.S. citizens can show proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate  issued by a government agency, accompanied by a government-issued photo I.D.
 

Contact
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Via Cell: (240) 416-4800
Via Email: morrice@twotravelingchicks.com
Via Web: www.twotravelingchicks.com 
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Date and time

Saturday, 2019-05-04 16:00 - 11:00

Location

USCharleston

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People attending

10 000

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USCIS
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is a component of the United States Department of Homeland Security. It performs many administrative functions formerly carried out by the former United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, which was part of the Department of Justice. The stated priorities of USCIS are to promote national security, to eliminate immigration case backlogs, and to improve customer services. USCIS is headed by a director, currently Lee Cissna, who reports directly to the Secretary of Homeland Security.
Children's
Biologically, a child is a human being between the stages of birth and puberty. The legal definition of child generally refers to a minor, otherwise known as a person younger than the age of majority.
        Policies-
A policy is a deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes. A policy is a statement of intent, and is implemented as a procedure or protocol. Policies are generally adopted by a governance body within an organization. Policies can assist in both subjective and objective decision making. Policies to assist in subjective decision making usually assist senior management with decisions that must be based on the relative merits of a number of factors, and as a result are often hard to test objectively, e.g. work-life balance policy. In contrast policies to assist in objective decision making are usually operational in nature and can be objectively tested, e.g. password policy.