I am a personable, intelligent, easy-to-get-along-with guy, who would like to take Royal Caribbean's "Voyager of the Seas" transatlantic cruise November 29 - December 14, 2008. This ship has many amenities, which other cruise ships taking the transatlantic crossing do not have---for example, an ice-skating rink; 9-hole miniature golf course; 4 swimming pools; a rock-climbing wall; in-line skating rink (learn to rollerblade); a huge fitness center; a full basketball/volleyball court; shuffleboard; talbe tennis; etc. This 15-night cruise is selling at a really reasonable price--- just $799/person (including port charges). I am looking for someone who would like to share a cabin on this transatlantic cruise as well.
I am a non-smoker and a non-snorer, so I would like to share the cabin with someone who does not smoke or snore too loudly, who is easy-to-get-along-with. I am friendly and can engage in enjoyable conversation, but I also know how to "be quiet" as well.
The interesting ports-of-call on this transatlantic sailing include: Barcelona, Spain; Cartagena, Spain; Madiera; Canary Islands; Nassau, Bahamas; Miami, Florida; and Galveston (Houston), Texas.
I am a "Diamond" member of Royal Caribbean's "Crown and Anchor" Club, which entitles both my cabinmate and me to a private lounge each day throughout the cruise. Free drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks), as well as snacks, are provided each evening for several hours (before and after dinner).
Done TA several times on Voyager OTS. In fact, I will be on this ship sailing back to Barcelona next month. I am considering another TA from Spain to Fort Lauderdale on Navigator OTS on Nov 7th. If you're interested, let me know. one-way air fare from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Houston is under $90.