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Fall 2024 Western Caribbean Sailing

October 26 - November 2, 2024

  

aboard Princess Cruises' all-new Sphere Class

 

SUN PRINCESS

 

departing Fort Lauderdale

for Cozumel, Belize and Roatan

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Fort Lauderdale, FL (depart 3pm)

  

Day at Sea 

   

Cozumel, Mexico  (7am - 5pm)

   

Belize City, Belize  (7am - 6pm)

     

Roatan, Honduras  (8am - 6pm)

     

Day at Sea (Halloween)

     

Day at Sea

  

Fort Lauderdale, FL  (arrive 6:00am)

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7-Day Halloween Week Western Caribbean, featuring Cozumel

An Idyllic Western Caribbean Itinerary
   
The laid-back Western Caribbean is home to many of the region’s most popular islands; known the world over for some of the most stunning white sand beaches, sparkling and historic ports of call, and the culture of some of the friendliest host peoples imaginable.  From the gorgeous sun-splashed islands of Cozumel and Roatan to the jungles, rivers and wildlife of Belize, this itinerary gives you the best of it all... and 3 full days at sea for you to refresh, recharge and renew.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

 

One of the most gay-friendly cities in Florida and a perfect destination for any visitor, Fort Lauderdale is home to beautiful sandy beaches and an exciting gay scene. Known as 'America's Venice' due to its extensive canal system it draws boaters as well as beach-goers, attracting more than 10 million visitors annually. Fort Lauderdale boasts world-class theaters, museums, sightseeing, and shopping. The hub of the city’s gay community is Wilton Manors, the residential neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale that is iconic for its high concentration of gay bars, restaurants and clubs.

  •    More about Fort Lauderdale here

Cozumel, Mexico

 

Cozumel is Mexico's largest Caribbean island, situated about 40 miles south of Cancun. There is only one main town on the island - San Miguel de Cozumel. Less than five percent of the island is developed; and most of the undeveloped land is rugged jungle with quiet, deserted beaches. Besides quiet relaxation, a few small Mayan ruins and some general water sports, diving and snorkeling are the main attractions here. Also a highlight is the Chankanaab National Park. At the center of this park there is a land-locked pool (cenote) connected by an underground tunnel to the sea. You can snorkel in the sea and the beach at the park is wonderful - one of the best on the island; it’s perfect for sunbathing. The San Gervasio ruins, which date back to 100 BC, can be found on Cozumel. 

  •    More about Cozumel here

Belize City, Belize

 

From its history as a pirate town and logging port, Belize City maintains much of its past architecture and narrow streets.  Take a stroll around town and check out the cultural and historical centers, as well as the colonial architecture. There’s also eclectic shopping and dining. Plus, just outside of town, there are mysterious archaeological tours and jungle river adventures in the rainforest.  Downtown and near the cruise pier, you'll find vendors selling locally made goods as well as restaurants, bars, the Museum of Belize and numerous historical sites. Quick connections - either by short flight or water taxi—to offshore islands make for great day tours of snorkeling, diving and relaxing. The Belize Barrier Reef sits just miles off the coast of Belize and is part of the larger Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, second in size only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Home to hundreds of species of coral and fish, it is a hot spot for divers, snorkelers and biologists from all over the world.

  •    More about Belize City here

Roatan, Honduras

 

Both the Spanish and the English fought for the colonization and control of Roatan with neither party ever settling on Roatan permanently, yet both the English and the Spanish strongly influenced the culture, language, and heritage we see on Roatan today. Roatan is arguably the most diverse community in Honduras. The heritage of those living on Roatan ranges from expats from Italy, Europe, Canada, and the United States. There are also the Mestizo Indians native to the island and the mainland. The visitor to Roatan can soar as high as a bird through the jungle canopy on a seemingly hundreds-of-feet-high zipline after breakfast, by lunchtime be getting your amateur zoologist on snuggling monkeys and sloths at an animal refuge, and be swimming with tropical fish and sea turtles among the coral right before dinner.

  •    More about Roatan here

Introducing the all-new SUN PRINCESS

Meet the first Sphere Class Ship; Sun Princess

  

Heralding a brand new day for the cruise industry, Sun Princess is the first ship in the Princess fleet to be powered by Liquified Natural Gas (LNG). This cleaner burning fuel will significantly reduce air emissions and marine gas oil to minimize our environmental footprint.

  

Perhaps the most striking feature of Sun Princess, The Dome is a multi-level covered deck and first-of-its-kind glass-enclosed dome ever constructed on a cruise ship. During the day, the Dome features an indoor/outdoor pool and unique water feature in a comfortable and relaxed space. At night, the pool becomes a stage, and the Dome completely transforms into an entertainment venue with a South Beach vibe, state-of-the-art lighting effects and stunning entertainment.

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INAUGURAL SEASON

SUN PRINCESS

Sun Princess brings some new cabin options as well; Cove Balcony cabins are located beneath the lifeboats on Deck 6, for those who like to be close to the sound of the waves. Cabana Mini Suites feature a solarium space between the main cabin and the balcony, along with access to the private Reserved Cabana Deck space. 

And all cabins on Sun Princess now feature glass-enclosed showers... no more plastic shower curtains!

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Make the most of your vacation time aboard Sun Princess, with the

Princess MedallionClass vacations experience; a personalized and

hassle-free vacation, so you can do more of what you love.

 

Plus, stay connected while at sea with MedallionNet Wi-Fi,

included in our Chumley's BearCruise package!

For more details about the MedallionClass experience, click here

Cabin Options and Pricing (cabin details can be found on Registration Form below)

Premium Oceanview Stateroom     from $1,549 per person, double occupancy 

Deluxe Balcony Stateroom             from $1,649 per person, double occupancy 

Cabana Mini Suite Balcony             from $1,669 per person, double occupancy

Mini Suite with Balcony                 from $1,891 per person, double occupancy 

Interior Stateroom                          from $1,383 per person, double occupancy

Double

Occupancy

Single

Occupancy

Interior Stateroom                          from $2,226 per person, single occupancy

Premium Oceanview Stateroom     from $2,558 per person, single occupancy 

Deluxe Balcony Stateroom            from $2,864 per person, single occupancy 

Cabana Mini Suite Balcony            from $2,798 per person, double occupancy

Mini Suite with Balcony                 from $2,798 per person, single occupancy 

Add an additional $153 per person for taxes, cruise fees & port-related expenses to the above rates. (taxes subject to change). 

 

Princess Cruises reserves the right to reinstate fuel supplements if the price of light sweet crude oil according to the NYMEX, should it increase to above $65 per barrel.  Note: In the unlikely event that we do not reach a minimum number of participants to offer the full experience of activities and events as presented, this Chumley's BearCruise group may be cancelled prior to final payments becoming due.

Your Chumley’s BearCruise Group Rate includes the PRINCESS PLUS Package:

This package valued at $873.67!

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Chumley's BearCruise Package Pricing: 

 

Note:  Pricing above reflects original contracted rates between our agency and cruise line.  Other promotional rates may apply. 

Rates may be lower or higher than those listed above based on current promotions and availability of cabins at the time of booking.

A consultant of Quality Travel Solutions will apprise you of any changes, available pricing promotions and cabin options specific to your interests before moving forward with any booking or applyina any charge to your credit card.

 

Your Chumley’s BearCruise (CBC) package rate includes

  

  • 7 nights’ accommodations

  • All shipboard meals with coffee, tea and iced tea included

  • All cruise line's shipboard entertainment 

  • Private CBC Facebook group online access to meet fellow guests and receive important trip details

  • Access to negotiated discounted pricing at the official CBC host hotel ($)

  • Access to exclusive pre-cruise and shipboard private CBC dances, parties and events

  • Access to private group dining area onboard

  • Access to optional private CBC shore excursions ($)

  • Exclusive gifts for CBC guests

  • Princess PLUS Beverage Package

  • WiFi (1 device per guest)

  • Crew Appreciation/Gratuities

  • Premium Desserts (2 per day)

  • Fitness Classes (2 per guest)

  • Juice Bar

Additional package pricing available for triple or quad occupancy as well as for Full Suite Cabins, please inquire.

  

Select the link to our registration form at the bottom of this page (by clicking on the green bar) so

we may accurately provide a no-obligation quote for the best price based on your criteria and interests. 

 

Contact Todd at Todd@QualityTravelSolutions.com should you have questions.

Your Travel Agent for this sailing

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Todd Doerge Travel consultant with Quality Travel Solutions.

Todd is proud to be partnering with Chumley and Chumley's BearCruises

to bring our guests the best travel options, best pricing possible and of

course the level of personal service you are used to on a Chumley's BearCruise.

     Contact Todd at todd@qualitytravelsolutions.com

Seeking a Cabin Mate?

Interested in sailing with us, but looking for a cabin mate?

Just post on our Chumley's BearCruise Facebook page, and remember to include questions like 'are you a late night party guy

or early riser?', 'snorer or not?', and of course 'what type of cabin

are you interested in?' in order to find your perfect fit! 

  

Click here to go to our Facebook page and post your message now.

Click on the logo to visit our Chumley's BearCruise Facebook page and post your message!

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All set?  Let's get started...
  
Just click the green button below to access the Registration Form for this sailing... it will show you details on cabin selection and pricing, and once completed and submitted will allow our travel experts to contact you to discuss the best price and availability for your specific needs. 

To receive a personalized quote, each guest in the stateroom must complete an individual Registration Form.
All information is required for us to give you an accurate quote. Once submitted, you can expect to be contacted within two business days.

Remember that there is no obligation for you to submit the Registration Form, you will have the opportunity to decide whether or not you'd like to join us once contacted.  

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