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Carnival WaterWorksSM


Resort-Style Pool


4 & 5 Day The Bahamas and Key West & The Bahamas Cruises from Jacksonville on CARNIVAL FASCINATION


You’re heading to The Bahamas. You look around the enhanced ship and realize – you’re already livin’ it up, tropical-style, with Carnival WaterWorks


SM and the resort-style pool, and the Serenity SM adult only


retreat for relaxing. The only thing missing is palm trees. And that’s the fi rst thing you see when you hit Freeport and Nassau in The Bahamas on a 4 day cruise. Enjoy Freeport’s snorkeling and Nassau’s spectacular gardens. Or take this fl oating tropical wonderland on one of two 5 day cruises to Nassau. The fi rst makes a stop in Key West, known for its local charm. The second stops at Half Moon Cay, a private island in The Bahamas with private cabanas. Tropical fun on board! Tropical fun on land! Lucky you!


SPECIAL SAILING 7 Day Exotic Eastern Caribbean


CARNIVAL FASCINATION will be offering a special sailing from Jacksonville. Departure Date: May 11, 2013


Day Sat.


Sun.-Mon. Tues. Wed.


Thurs. Fri.


Sat. Port


Jacksonville, FL “Fun Days” at Sea Grand Turk


Half Moon Cay Nassau


“Fun Day” At Sea Jacksonville, FL


Arrive Depart 4:00 p.m.


7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.


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