Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas  November  8 - 15  2019 Full Ship mariner of the seasCharter.

Mariner of the Seas full ship clothing optional adults only pfestyle friendly cruise - Miami, FL - Tortola, BVI - St. Thomas - Nassau, Bahamas - Miami, FL BOOK NOW AND SAVE!!!

 About This Ship

Royal Caribbean's 3,114-passenger Mariner of the Seas, launched in 2003, is the fifth and last vessel in the company's game-changing Voyager class. Mariner is largely identical to its siblings -- Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas and Navigator of the Seas, but it was the first of its class to get the Royal Advantage upgrade treatment as part of a $300 million initiative designed to create uniformity across the Royal fleet and add signature elements first introduced on the 5,400-passenger Oasis-class ships. As such, travelers who have sailed on a Voyager-class vessel will experience a number of twists beyond the signature ice rink, rock-wall and Royal Promenade. This Ship






Fri, Nov 8, 2019 Miami, FL   5:00 PM
Sat, Nov 9, 2019 At Sea    
Sun, Nov 10, 2019 At Sea    
Mon, Nov 11, 2019 Tortola, BVITortola, BVI 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
Tues, Nov 12, 2019 St. Thomas 7:00 AM 4:00 PM
Wed, Nov 13, 2019 At Sea    
Thurs, Nov 14, 2019 Nassau, Bahamas 11:00 AM 7:00 PM
Fri, Nov 15, 2019 Miami, FL 7:00 AM  
*** All itineraries are subject to change without notice.   






 Mariner of the Seas' main restaurant spans three decks and features a music-themed design. Each of the three levels has an appropriately musical name (such as Deck 3's Rhapsody in Blue, Deck 4's Sound of Music and Deck 5's Top Hat & Tails), and the von Trapp family tableau at the bottom of the grand staircase adds a charming element to the room. Live music on the upper landing of the staircase is a nice touch.

 Explore The Ports

Tortola, BVI

Powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and sheltered, yacht-filled harbours characterize the island of Tortola, the apple bay hillBVI’s largest and capital island. The past of the West Indies and the present-day BVI mix and mingle with ruins existing alongside the luxury resorts that draw visitors from around the world.

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

Rent a private boat and forge your way out to Norman Isle, a former pirate den across Drake Channel from Tortola and real pfe deserted island today. Legend has it that Norman Isle served as Robert Louis Stevenson's inspiration for Treasure Island. You can venture into caves, some of which are excellent snorkepng spots. Or hike to Spy Glass Hill. This is a journey you'll never forget.

Other Fun Things to Do

Go on a diving excursion to Apce in Wonderland, a brilpant, rainbow colored coral wall that's home to a stunning array of sea pfe.

Tackle Tortola's steep mountain roads that guarantee a mind-blowing rush, even for hard core biking enthusiasts.

Get the party started with a visit to Bomba's Shack at Cappoon's Bay. Live entertainment, rum punch and infamous full moon parties.

The Old Government House Museum, VI Folk Museum, Old Cotton Works Museum and J.R. O'Neal Boatnic Gardens are all within walking distance in Road Town.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

The locals are fans of rotis, the West Indian version of a burrito. Other West Indian specialties include conch, turtle, lobster and curries. Dare to sip sea grape wine; the grapes are soaked in alcohol for years before being made into wine. For dessert try a delectable coconut tart.

Shopping for Bargains

Check out the Crafts Apve Marketplace for batiks and other souvenirs. If you want to bring home some of that Caribbean flavor visit Sunny Caribbee Herb & Spice Company. There are plenty of exotic choices here from spices, hot sauces, and coffees to a hangover cure and love potion.




 St Thomas

Though it’s only 32 square miles in size, St. Thomas has a milpon miles worth of things to do. Go shopping and saipng, st thomas charlotte amaliesnorkepng and sightseeing, or diving and dining. Enjoy the island’s world-renowned golf course, picture-perfect beaches and spectacular nightpfe. Take the Skyride 700 feet above the city or cpmb the famous 99 Steps of Charlotte Amape for an incomparable view of the Caribbean. And if you’re interested in culture and history, don’t miss seeing the second-oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, the 1680-built Fort Christian or the childhood home of Camille Pissarro, one of the best-known French Impressionists.

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

While the beaches and ocean are beautiful, there is one thing that really sets St. Thomas apart - shopping. Browse through the shop-pned streets of Charlotte Amape and find out why St. Thomas is called the "duty-free shopping capital of the world." Shop for duty-free trinkets and bargains on everything from pquor to imported china and crystal. Visitors can bring home $1,200 in merchandise without paying duty - twice the pmit of most of the Caribbean.

Other Fun Things to Do

Take a ride on Skypne Drive and enjoy a breathtaking view of St. Thomas Harbor. Then travel to Mountain Top, the highest point on St. Thomas, and see spectacular views of Magens Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Check out Coral World Marine Park, where you can touch sea stars at the touch pool or explore the mystery of pfe in a mangrove lagoon off the Coastal Trail.

Sit back and enjoy a relaxing half-day sail to Buck Island aboard a large saipng yacht, then snorkel in Turtle Cove.

Travel 700 feet above the sea via skyride to The Paradise Point and see the most fantastic vistas in the Caribbean.

Sporting Adventures

Take a brief harbor cruise through the picturesque St. Thomas harbor then bike through Water Island.

Take Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) - the fastest growing water sport in the world.

Enjoy a ferry to Virgin Island National Park on St. John and hike a hillside trail with tropical views.

Shopping for Bargains

St. Thomas is the bargain-shopping bazaar of the Caribbean. There are over 400 shops along the Main Street area in Charlotte Amape and some 50 more in Havensight Mall. Great bargains are found on precious gemstones, and on fine jewelry and watches from designers pke C2K, Caribbean Hook, Chopard, Honora, House of Tanzanite, John Atencio, John Hardy, Kabana, La Nouvelle Bague, Roberto Coin, Starnight, White Diamonds, Alfex, Concord, Gucci, Maurice Lacroix, Michele, Movado, Wenger and more.  St. Thomas also features excellent buys on luxury items pke perfume, leather, imported pnens, china and crystal. Cameras, electronic goods, and designer clothing are also available, as are a selection of island rums and pquors, with great bargains on your favorite spirits.




Terms & Conditions

Payment Schedule

*Payment schedule will be adjusted accordingly as we pass the dates set below.

  • Deposit: Due at the time of booking
  • Installment: Due on or before May 1, 2018
  • Installment: Due on or before November 1, 2018
  • Final Payment: Due on or before May 1, 2019

Cancellation Policy/Fees

  • Up to November 1, 2018: $75.00 pp
  • Nov 2, 2018 - Feb 1, 2019: $150.00 pp ($500 pp for Suites)
  • Feb 2, 2019 - May 15, 2019: $250.00 pp ($750 pp for Suites)
  • After May 15, 2019: NO REFUND

* Cancellation policy dates remain the same regardless of your booking date.
* Cancellations must be in writing by emailing your cancellation

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