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Things to Do Cruising CRUISE LINES


CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES – R 3655 NW 87th Ave. • Miami, FL 33178-2428 (305) 599-2600 • www.carnival.com


Make your memories jealous. Come sail away with us on a 4, 5, or 7 day cruise departing YEAR ROUND from Tampa to the Eastern or Western Caribbean. The beautiful Carnival Inspiration will take you to Cozumel and Grand Cayman for days of adventure, shopping, beaches... the choice is yours! Sail for seven days on the Carnival Legend and we’ll take you to the fun filled parts of Cozumel, Belize, Isla Roatan, and Grand Cayman. Starting in 2011, we’ll also visit Key West, Nassau, and Half Moon Cay on our Eastern Caribbean sailings! We’re looking forward to welcoming you on board and hope to see you soon!!


HOLLAND AMERICA LINE – R 300 Elliott Ave. W • Seattle, WA 98119 (206) 281-3535 • www.hollandamerica.com


Operates Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal, South Ameri- ca, Europe, Canada/New England, Hawaii, Australia/New Zealand, Asia, Mexico and Around the World cruises.


ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL – R 1050 Caribbean Way • Miami, FL 33132 (305) 539-6000 • www.royalcaribbean.com


The Legend of the Seas offers an unbelievable shipboard experience. Explore the ruins in Belize, pet dolphins in Cozumel, and hand-feed stingrays in Grand Cayman on one of the possible excursions offered by Royal Caribbean. Cruises depart November-April.


TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY – DT 1101 Channelside Dr. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 905-7678 • www.tampaport.com


Cruise passengers love Tampa! Departing from Tampa’s three cruise terminals, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Holland America Line, and Carnival Cruise Line offer cruises to the Western and Southern Caribbean. Itineraries are four, five, seven and 14 days. Cruise terminal addresses: Cruise Terminal #2: 651 Channelside Dr., Tampa, FL 33602; Cruise Terminal #3: 815 Channelside Dr., Tampa, FL 33602; Cruise Terminal #6: 1333 McKay St., Tampa, FL 33602. Parking garage for cruise terminals two & three: 810 Channelside Dr. parking for cruise terminal six is adjacent to terminal. Parking: $14.00 per day – no reservations are needed. Valet parking is available.


LOCAL INTEREST CRUISE


BAYSHORE SAILING COMPANY LLC – DT On the Tampa Riverwalk 700 S Florida Ave. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 601-4480 • www.bayshoresailing.com


Exclusive, luxury yacht charters available for sunset cruises, corporate meetings, and special events on Tampa Bay. Yachts located Downtown Tampa on the Riverwalk. Let us show you the real treasure of Tampa Bay.


CAPTAIN MEMO’S ORIGINAL PIRATE CRUISE – NP 25 Causeway Blvd., Slip #3 Clearwater Beach, FL 33767 (727) 446-2587 • www.captainmemo.com


Open daily; call for schedule.


STAY 2 HOURS Young or old, Captain Memo’s has something for everyone. Cruise away into the fantasy world of swashbucklers aboard “The Pirate’s Ransom.” Quench your thirst with our free soft drinks, beer or wine.


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TAMPA RIVER TAXI – DT 1910 Ola Ave. • Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 369-8294


www.tamparivertaxi.com


Tampa River Taxi (up to 35 guests) operates on the Hillsborough River and Tampa Bay, is available for special events with service between points of interest – The Florida Aquarium, Channelside Bay Plaza, St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa Convention Center, area hotels and restaurants. Make your reservations now!


TAMPA WATER TAXI


COMPANY, LLC – DT 200 N Ashley Dr. Tampa, FL 33602 www.tampawatershuttle.com


Tampa’s water tour and water taxi fleet operating seven days a week offering harbor tours, history tours, eco tours, sunset tours, special children’s tours, and transportation for small or large groups. Special events like weddings, parties, and business meeting charters are tailored to all special requests


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