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Itineraries • Fun Fact: A scallop has 35 blue eyes.


CARNIVAL SENSATION® in Nassau


3 & 4 Day The Bahamas Cruises from Port Canaveral on CARNIVAL SENSATION SM water park, a resort-style pool and the Serenity SM 36 ®


Think of all the stuff you pencil in on your calendar. Meetings. Errands. Oil changes. It’s time you pencil in something more fun, isn’t it? Like “amazing vacation on board CARNIVAL SENSATION.” With two cruises every week, all year long, it’s easy. Enjoy top-deck delights like Carnival WaterWorks


adult only retreat.


And when you add in Balcony staterooms, you’ve got more reasons than ever. So, here’s how it works: Every Thurs- day we take a 3 day cruise to Nassau, where the ship just hangs out all day and night. Plenty of time to have some dry land adventures, like morning beach time, afternoon shopping sprees and an early evening dance party. Or you can take a 4 day cruise and have plenty of time to explore Nasssau on a city tour. And did we mention that you’ll be stopping at Freeport fi rst? It’s the capital of Grand Bahama Island and yet another place to enjoy amazing golfi ng, great shopping and all the white-sand beaches you can handle. And maybe even have a close encounter with a dolphin. Sounds like a pretty great reason to save the date, doesn’t it?


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