Yes, I just received a copy via faxof the tours (St. Thomas/St. John and St. Martin) including cost and duration of time. I must have requested it on their web site. It probably took a week or more for them to reply, but it did show up just this week on my fax machine. If you have a fax available, I can send it to you, but I am not able to scan, so could not assist electronically.
ST. THOMAS - Beautiful!! Tours offered were:
St. John Champagne Catamaran - 4 hours - $75.00.
St. John Trunk Bay Beach & Snorkel - 4 hrs - $47.00.
St. Thomas Historical Tour - 2 hrs - $33.00.
St. John Island Tour - $49.00.
St. Thomas Island and Coki Beach - $38.00.
St. Thomas Shopping Tour - $19.00.
St. Thomas Snorkel and Beach - $24.00.
Kon Tiki Party Raft - $33.00.
The Wild Thing - $63.00 (adult).
Discover Scuba Adventure - $59.00.
Five star certified dive - $55.00.
Five star st. John and Trunk Bay - $54.00.
Island and Catamaran Sailing - $55.00.
Magens Bay and Paradise Point - $28.00.
Paradise Point Tramway - $12.00.
Sailing Virgins to Buck Island - $60.00.
Sea Trek Helmet Dive - $85.00.
ST. MAARTEN –
America's Cup Regatta - $82.00.
Butterfly Farm and Marigot - $38.00.
Two-tank dive - $93.00.
Discover Scuba Diving - $66.00.
Everything cool beach day - $24.00.
Explorer cruise and island tour - $59.00.
Golden Eagle catamaran - $69.00.
Pinel Island Snorkel Tour - $35.00.
Sea and Sea Island tour/French side - $45.00.
Shipwreck Cove Snorkel Tour - $45.00.
St. Maarten island tour - $25.00.
Mullet Bay Resort Golf Course - $130.00.
Did the list that Carnival sent you agree with the prices listed here? I was wondering because the list Carnival sent me for the new Pride is not the prices they are charging now. We leave next Sat the 2nd and it will be instresting to see what they come up with.
I would be interested in having you fax me a copy of the list you got from carnival of the shore tours if you would be willing to.
Please email me direct at email@example.com and i will give you my direct fax number.we are not going until nov 30th but i would like to see what options are available thru carnival before we decide if we want to do it on our own or not.
The list that Richard posted is pretty accurate minus details. Only a few prices differ. Looks like a good base to consider what one wishes to do on land. There was nothing listed for Nassau, so it looks like that stop is only temporary.