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I am sailing out of Jacksonville on June 2 on the Carnival Celebrity. I have MANY questions and don't want to tie up the board with so many. I would really appreciate it if someone who has recently sailed on that ship would contact me and answer my questions regarding tipping, what to take, shore excursions (specifically snorkeling and Atlantis). My email is nomadbgk@yahoo.com. Thanks so much.
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I meant to say the Carnival Celebration.
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or you could use the search feature on this site and get all the answers you need. just a thought
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I am sailing out of Jacksonville on June 2 on the Carnival Celebrity. I have MANY questions and don't want to tie up the board with so many. I would really appreciate it if someone who has recently sailed on that ship would contact me and answer my questions regarding tipping, what to take, shore excursions (specifically snorkeling and Atlantis). My email is nomadbgk@yahoo.com. Thanks so much.
I understand your reluctance to ask questions here about the Celebration. I've been on "other" boards where new cruiser's were not treated so nicely !

Please feel free to ask any questions you have here. You'll not be laughed at or told "use the search function" .

You won't be tying up the boards. We've been on 6 cruises but always learn something new from the "newbie" questions! People here love to answer questions! Ask away !
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There's nothing wrong with searching this site. You'll get alot more answers and information quicker than waiting for someone to answer a post. You can do both but to get a large volume of answers all at once, searching is the best way to go and people shouldn't be afraid to use that function. It's not being rude, it's suggesting the best way to get alot of answers without them feeling like they are asking old questions.
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A lot of the questions that you have will not be specific to the Celebration. You may like having the different perspectives from more than one person.

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If you plan on visiting Atlantis in Nassau, I would suggest doing it on your own rather than booking thru the ship's excursions. On the ship's excursion, you are transported via boat to a dock that is quite a long walk uphill to Atlantis, this can be challenging if it is a hot day and you are traveling with children, the elderly or physically challenged. You can catch a taxi when you exit the Port ($4/person one way and a 5 minute ride) and purchase a self-guided tour ticket for the aquarium. You can stay in there as long as you like then tour the casino and hotel. You will not be allowed access to the pool or beach area, these areas are reserved for guests of the hotel.
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We are going on the 4 day on Celebration in October.
We will be snorkling in Freeport, we are going to book this through Carnival.com soon because we have never been to Freeport.

Our plan for Nassau is "do our own thing" ...I have been to this port twice before, and we want to hit the shopping the straw market...hit cable beach at a resort hotel, and do a visit to Atlantis on our own.

Atlantis is absolutely beautiful and worth seeing, but I would do it on my own instead of booking through the cruise line.

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bring money for taxis - one dollar bills for tipping room service
bring your formal attire if you want to attend the formal night dinner.
everything is up to you....thats the great thing about cruising and why we are so addicted to it.
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Okay, I'll post my questions here. I am confused about tipping. I chose not to include tips in the price of the cruise because I didn't want to have to pay credit card interest on top of that. I understand that I should tip the cabin steward $50, $5 per day X 2 passengers. How do I handle tips in the dining room if we only eat dinner there and not breakfast or lunch? How are tips handled at the buffets and pizza bar? I know my 17 year old grandson will eat most meals there; do I give him extra cash for tips? Is there still waitstaff at the buffets and pizza bar? Is there a tip jar? This is all so new to me, and I want to do the right thing.

About short excursions--I think, based on input here, that we will go to Atlantis on our own. I do have a question about snorkeling. I am an overweight, arthritic 59 year old and am not a good swimmer but do float; I'm just not comfortable in the water. However, in keeping with Phil Keoghan's philosophy of "No Opportunity Wasted (NOW!)," I am determined to try snorkeling. I even bought some inexpensive gear to practice with in our community pool. I need to find a place or company where I will feel comfortable. That means I can't go on an excursion that takes a boat out into deep water and throws me overboard. I need to be able to either touch bottom every once in a while or safely swim to shore (no more than the length of a pool). The arthritis in my shoulders prevents me from doing much more swimming than that. So, any suggestions?

Our cruise will be in the Bahamas from 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM. Is that enough time to see Atlantis in the morning and snorkel in the afternoon?

The other thing that confused me (I did do a search and did read lots of posts) is the drink card. I understand that it is $5 a day per person for unlimited drinks. We are taking travel mugs with us. Would we be able to get the mugs filled so we wouldn't have to go back and forth to the drink station? I will probably take some Diet Coke for myself, but I thought it would be more convenient for my grandson to have the card, but a teenager is not going to be satisfied with one small glass at a time. When and where do we get this card? Also, we had planned to bring some bottled water in a roller cooler. Would that be allowed? I seem to read conflicting reports?

I'm almost through, promise. We sail out of Jacksonville. How close to the check in area can we drive? Could I drop off my grandson and our bags and then go park? I read that there are porters to help. Where would they take the bags? Do we need to fill out the forms and get baggage tags like on an airline before we hand over our bags to a porter? I assume there is some sort of line to complete boarding information. We have our funpass already printed (I assume we just need one since both our names are on it), but what other forms need to be filled out? I don't want to leave my grandson having to fill out all the forms and taking care of moving the bags while I park the car. We will have 2 suitcases, a rolling cooler, and a carryon, which is more than one person can manipulate at a time.

As you can tell, I am HIGHLY obsessive-compulsive! This is the greatest board I've found online. All the posts are so helpful. Thanks for all the input.
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TIPPING:
As far as tipping goes you can use cash to lay down on your sign and sail card. A couple people have told me that they actually end up giving out more than if they did the $10 per day per person. Plus this way the money is divided up and given to all the crew not just the cabin steward and waiter.

SNORKELING:
Don't worry about the floating thing. All the companies will give you a life vest if you feel uncomfortable. I had to use one cause I just couldn't catch on to the whole floating thing.

DRINKS:
The cards you get at the any bar/lounge. There is a bar right in the middle of the atrium. They give you a can of pop at a time with a glass to pour it in. Plus if you want more than one can you can take the card to the next bar and get a second car *Shhh* your not suppose to have more than one can at a time And don't worry about brining a rolling cooler, your cabin steward will make sure the ice bucket is filled to keep your water cold.

JACKSONVILLE:
Your tags and paperwork (not including funpass) will come in the mail about 60 days before you sail. You just fill it out and bring it with you when you check in to get on the ship. Don't attached your ship luggage tags to your bags until you are at the port. Just in case one gets ripped off while traveling through the airport.

Not sure about that Jacksonville specifically but when we sailed from Tampa there were great porters helping get any bags you wanted on the ship. They make sure your ships tag is on each piece and they take it away (make sure to tip $1 per bag). We brought a carry-on with swimsuit, sandals and sunblock and the rest we let the porter take. Just before dinner you will find your bags in your room waiting for you. Then all you do is head to the check in desk, there will be people pointing you in the right direction.

Did I answer everything for you? If not post back and I will try again, Carla
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I admire your willingness to try snorkeling for the first time. Definitely try the snorkel and mask at home first because for me, the hardest thing about snorkeling is getting used to breathing through the snorkel. For the first few minutes I feel like I can't get enough air but eventually I calm down and am fine. Don't find this out the day of your trip or it might scare you to quit.

I don't know of any snorkeling excursions that do shallow water just off shore because they usually take you to coral reefs where the pretty fish hang out and you can't step on (and then ruin) the reefs even if the water is shallow. I always use the flotation vest and adjust the amount of air I put into it, usually letting air out as I become comfortable. It's so much better to let it hold you up than wear yourself out trying to stay floating. Stay near the boat so if you get tired you can get back on and rest. In my experience, you usually either jump off the end of the boat or try to climb down a rope ladder with fins on. Getting back, you take your fins off in the water and climb up a rope ladder for maybe 4 rungs. Consider whether you can do that with your arthritis. I know you'll really enjoy it if you just relax!
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Your tags and paperwork (not including funpass) will come in the mail about 60 days before you sail. You just fill it out and bring it with you when you check in to get on the ship.
We sail June 2 and haven't received anything in the mail. It's too late to tell me not to be anxious, but when should I be REALLY anxious?
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We sail June 2 and haven't received anything in the mail. It's too late to tell me not to be anxious, but when should I be REALLY anxious?
Opps, sorry, I ment to type 30 days. Don't worry they will come.

I was very much like you before our first trip. I even had a map to the Tampa port just in case the cab driver didn't know where it was. *sigh* I still get teased about that one by my BF's family.

One thing I figured out was that cruise planning is actually very stress free. Anything that can be done now can still be done a week before you leave (minus getting passport/birth certificates).

Our next cruise was basically planned and booked in a day Hope that makes you feel less anxious. If not post back here and we will do our best to calm your fears and answer questions, Carla
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Okay, I'll post my questions here. I am confused about tipping. I chose not to include tips in the price of the cruise because I didn't want to have to pay credit card interest on top of that. I understand that I should tip the cabin steward $50, $5 per day X 2 passengers. How do I handle tips in the dining room if we only eat dinner there and not breakfast or lunch? How are tips handled at the buffets and pizza bar? I know my 17 year old grandson will eat most meals there; do I give him extra cash for tips? Is there still waitstaff at the buffets and pizza bar? Is there a tip jar? This is all so new to me, and I want to do the right thing.
The tips will be $10.00 pp/pd. This will be automatically added to your sail and sign card. It covers everyone. If someone has gone "above and beyond" for you, go to the Purser's Desk and ask for a tip envelope and tip them extra.

Sorry, can't help with the snorkeling question . Not sure about Atlantis and snorkeling later, but it seems doable.

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The other thing that confused me (I did do a search and did read lots of posts) is the drink card. I understand that it is $5 a day per person for unlimited drinks. We are taking travel mugs with us. Would we be able to get the mugs filled so we wouldn't have to go back and forth to the drink station? I will probably take some Diet Coke for myself, but I thought it would be more convenient for my grandson to have the card, but a teenager is not going to be satisfied with one small glass at a time. When and where do we get this card? Also, we had planned to bring some bottled water in a roller cooler. Would that be allowed? I seem to read conflicting reports?


When you board there will be crew everywhere trying to sell you the drink card ! It comes with a large "Coke Cup" for refills. Yes, as far as I know you can bring a "reasonable" amount of Diet Coke and bottled water onboard. You really don't need the bottled water. The ship's water is very good. We just bring a refillable bottle and fill it in the cabin or the buffet.

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We sail out of Jacksonville. How close to the check in area can we drive? Could I drop off my grandson and our bags and then go park? I read that there are porters to help. Where would they take the bags? Do we need to fill out the forms and get baggage tags like on an airline before we hand over our bags to a porter? I assume there is some sort of line to complete boarding information. We have our funpass already printed (I assume we just need one since both our names are on it), but what other forms need to be filled out? I don't want to leave my grandson having to fill out all the forms and taking care of moving the bags while I park the car. We will have 2 suitcases, a rolling cooler, and a carryon, which is more than one person can manipulate at a time.
We haven't sailed out of Jacksonville, but generally you can drop off your grandson and the luggage at the pier. There should be porters right there to take your check in luggage (tip $2.00 per bag). Put your cruise luggage tags on before you get to the pier (but, if you're flying wait until your flight is over).

Be sure you have a notarized letter from your grandson's parents that allows you to take him out of the country and seek medical help if needed.

Have a wonderful cruise!
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You can tip the porters $2 a bag but the customary tip (according to Carnival) is $1 per bag.

If it helps your anxiety, Carnival sends you a very nice booklet with your docs explaining many common things like where to park, how to embark, what to expect/amenities on the ship, etc. You can certainly get many specific answers here but you will also get some "official" tips from Carnival as well a month before you leave.
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All the answers given by posters here are good advice. If you are a new cruiser, this is the place to get answers. No need to be embarrassed or hesitant to ask. That is why this is a superior cruise message board for those new to cruising and why it is the only one I participate in. We have your enjoyment of the cruise experience our foremost aim in the give and take of questions and opinions.
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:o One tip for snorkeling - pick up some inexpensive defogger for the goggles. It was most frustrating to have to constantly defog my mask. Of course, your own spit rubbed around the inside of the goggles is supposed to do the trick and it did for one side. However, it never worked on the other side for me. (my guide offered to spit for me - hahaha). This time, I'm taking some defogger from Walmart.
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One tip for snorkeling - pick up some inexpensive defogger for the goggles. It was most frustrating to have to constantly defog my mask. Of course, your own spit rubbed around the inside of the goggles is supposed to do the trick and it did for one side. However, it never worked on the other side for me. (my guide offered to spit for me - hahaha). This time, I'm taking some defogger from Walmart.
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Great idea! Any recommendations for which snorkeling excursion is least taxing? I'm going to practice with the snorkel gear tomorrow at a hotel pool. I'll let everyone know how it goes.

Any recommendations for underwater cameras? I saw a Fuji at Target with 27 shots for $8.99, which seems reasonable to me. Are these cameras good to use? I've only used the old 35 MM and a digital camera, so any advice is welcome.
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I've used those types of underwater cameras. Don't expect great results from trying to take pictures underwater. The light usually isn't great so they turn out really grainy. If the fish are close (3 ft away or less), near the surface and brightly colored, you might get a decent photo. Try to stay really still with the camera ready so they start coming around you. I've also noticed that a bunch of fish loved to hang out next to the boat. It's worth a try as it's your first time but I don't intend to do it on my next trip because I'd rather just relax and look.
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I cruised out of Jax on Celebration on my First Cruise, in 2004.....EXTREMELY hooked now!!!

Yes, you can drive directly up to the door, and drop your grandson and bags there. The porter comes right to your car.

Let your grandson get in line for you, so it's not so long when you get back, to board. We always get there about 1030-1100 am, and have been able to board quickly!

You will need your fun pass and your bahamas customs papers filled out. One fun pass for everyone, and one bahamas customs sheet for each passenger. Carnival should send you the customs sheet with your documents. And have your ID, birth certificate (or passport) and Tickets out and ready.

The walk isn't too long, but part of the ramp is uphill and seems fairly long......getting off the boat at the end of your cruise is more painful though......lots of standing and waiting....the customs check in jacksonville is the worst I've been through......just slow, nothing else, really......I'd suggest sitting somewhere comfortable on the boat until they call last call.....unless you have a plane to catch.

The Celebration is one of the smaller ships. Don't get me wrong, it's a lot of fun!!! But.......the waters do tend to feel a little more rough than the larger ships......bring some bonine, dramamine, patches or something....JUST IN CASE.....and Celebration doesn't have the beautiful lobby/grand atrium like some of the other ships. You can only see the floor that you are on....no glass elevators, etc. Once you get off of this cruise........plan another.....on a larger boat....to get the full Carnival Experience!!!!

Atlantis is kinda tricky. Yes, I agree....take the tour on your own. We've been to Nassau several times and during the day, you really can't see MUCH of Atlantis, without the $30 pass for the tour. If you go there after 6pm, though, you get into "the digs" (aquarium/tunnels) and can see the beaches for free. You can't get into any of the beaches or swimming areas with or without the pass during the day, unless you actually have a room. They don't have day passes for non-guests like some of the other hotels.

In Freeport we have found the best thing to do is take a taxi (20 minute ride/$5 each way) down to Port Lucaya.......they have shopping, restaurants ("The Pub" is the BEST) and a beautiful beach across from the shopping area, at the hotel. You can snorkel there, for free!!

Hope this helps!!! If I think of anything else specific to Celebration I'll post as I think of them.....or if you have any other questions......feel free to ask!!!

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I know there are lots of shore excursions offered by the cruise lines that transport you to the snorkel site via boat/catamaran and you have to climb down a ladder into the water and, even more difficult, climb back up. This can be challenging for a lot of people. Because we travel with a family group where age and physical ability vary greatly and we all love to snorkel, we book snorkel tours where you can access the water from a beach. I believe Nassau has one entitled "Blackbeard's Treasure Beach Snorkeling". All our family members pack their own snorkels, masks and fins, but that is our personal preference. These items are available for rent on the ship or at the snorkel site.
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