Another little 3-day on the Fantasy, this time in February. Two other couples, my brother- and sister-in-law and his brother and his brother's girlfriend, are also coming, so it should be fun. Nothing like cruising with friends.
Plus, Mark and I are trying really hard to get that platinum sail-and-sign card. It's our new obsession. Now that we're booked again, the Sensation will be our tenth Carnival cruise and we'll be able to find out for sure if you get your platinum card on that cruise or the one after. (Carnival has given out conflicting information.)
Tried adding the new countdown to my signature, but alas, that makes it too long. Guess I'll have to wait until next week.
So, even though I'm disappointed in Nassau now that my favorite excursion is no longer available, I'll be headed there three times in the next six months. I guess that's plenty of time to find something fun to do instead of Blue Lagoon.
Congratulations Michelle, I'd much rather do 2 short cruises for less money than 1 longer cruise for more money. Even though you go to the same place it's still more cruises to look forward to and more money for the casino. Yeaaaaaaaaah baby!
Isn't it great living in Florida and being able to drive to the ports??? Boy does that really make life conducive to cruising. Weekenders are possible 52 weeks out of the year.
Book me on your next cruise and enjoy your personal punching bag.
Congrats Michelle.. always nice to book another cruise.
Though I'm not sure about the goal of getting to Platinum. I've been Platinum for my last couple of Carnival cruises, and haven't seen a benefit... other than staff seeing it, and saying... you must cruise alot
Unfortunately other cruise lines have MUCH better benefits for their repeaters programs.