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Old March 18th, 2004, 12:45 PM
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Carnival Conquest to Host Sixth Edition of the Popular Racing-Themed Cruise December 5, 2004

Carnival will continue the popular Rusty Wallace Cruise series in 2004 with a seven-day Western Caribbean voyage aboard the 110,000-ton Carnival Conquest departing New Orleans December 5th.

The week-long voyage will include numerous opportunities to interact with the NASCAR legend, as well as a variety of racing-themed contests and giveaways. Ports of call include Montego Bay, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.

Each "Rusty Wallace Cruise" participant will enjoy a number of exclusive, invitation-only activities, including question and answer and autograph sessions, a private cocktail reception, and photo opportunities with Wallace featuring a racing-themed backdrop. Various other activities, including raffles and giveaways, trivia contests, and a scavenger hunt, will be featured, as well.

Prizes will also be awarded, including complimentary pit and garage passes, autographed racing memorabilia, and an opportunity to be an honorary member of Wallace's pit crew. Participants can also win a chance to dine with Wallace one night during the cruise.

Additionally, the first 100 bookings to make reservations on their "Rusty Wallace Cruise" will receive a goody bag during the cruise, filled with an assortment of racing-themed logo items and merchandise.

In addition to the wide variety of "Rusty Wallace Cruise" events and activities, participants can enjoy Carnival Conquest's numerous resort-style features and facilities.

These include a 14,500-square-foot health club, four swimming pools, a 214-foot-long corkscrew water slide, an Internet café, a full gambling casino, and expansive children's play room, part of the award-winning Camp Carnival children's program. A teen club, including a video game room and a coffee/soda bar, is also featured.

The 2,974-passenger Carnival Conquest also houses four restaurants, including twin two-level main dining rooms, a two-deck high poolside eatery and an upscale "steakhouse-style" supper club.

Reservations for the "Rusty Wallace Cruise" can be made through any travel agent or by calling 1-888-CARNIVAL. Participants must reference fare code CPRW when making a reservation in order to be eligible for the invitation-only events.

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Old March 18th, 2004, 02:28 PM
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The Nascar Cruise sounds fun! I noticed that you listed that you cruised the Miracle in February. How was that cruise? I am going on the Miracle April 3rd. Do you have any suggestions o tips for this ship?
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I Loved the ship, the only thing that was odd, was the dining room. It looked like a skittles factory expoded in there, it was just awful.

The ship was great, just a little smaller than Glory & Conquest.

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Thanks! I have seen pics of the diningroom and it does look strange. What was it like going under the bridge in Jacksonville? Can you go up top as it passes under the bridge?
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