Bahamas, Cruise, 7 Nights, From $549
BT readers enjoy at least $100 per cabin in onboard credit during this Nickelodeon-themed Bahamas cruise.
Starting January 26, 2012, all packages including airfare are required to include taxes and fees in the price. Please contact the tour company to see if the cost of this package has been affected. Additional restrictions/baggage charges may also apply. See deal link below for a full list of terms and conditions.
The Real Deal This seven-night cruise sails on the Norwegian Jewel, one of two ships that host a "Nickelodeon at Sea" program where kids can compete in "Slime Time LIVE," sing with Dora, and hang out with SpongeBob. Nickelodeon-themed events are optional and intermittent, so there's plenty for the post-grade-school cruiser: The ship also features an outdoor athletic court; a full-service spa; and the Fyzz Lounge, a cabaret bar with private karaoke rooms. Departing from New York, the cruise stops in Port Canaveral, Fla., and Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau in the Bahamas. From $549—plus up to $139 in taxes and fees.
When Feb. 4, 25, 2012 ($549); add $100 for Feb. 11, 2012; add $390 for Feb. 18, 2012.
The Fine Print Mention BT while booking to receive at least $100 per cabin in onboard credit. Additional taxes and fees can cost up to an extra $139 per person. Based on double occupancy; single supplement is from $449. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
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Why It's A Deal Budget Travel readers receive at least $100 per cabin in onboard credit with this deal.
More Enjoy 16 different dining options onboard the Jewel, ranging from gourmet French, Japanese, and even a steakhouse. Also included in your cruise are perks like a waterslide, lounges, hot tubs, bars, pools, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as Wi-Fi in every room and in all public areas.
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