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Itineraries • Fun Fact: From 1939–1942 there was an undersea post offi ce in The Bahamas.


CARNIVAL IMAGINATION® in Cozumel


Cozumel


3 & 4 Day The Bahamas and Western Caribbean Cruises from Miami on CARNIVAL IMAGINATION


Have an active imagination? Well, imagine this for a second: You’re on a magical ride. You’re swooping in and out of amazing places, checking out Mayan ruins, having snorkeling parties and taking dolphin rides and trolley tours. One day, you’re exploring lush gardens and breathtaking cities; the next, kicking back on a harbor tour. Well, we have good news for your imagination – it can take it easy, ’cause that magical ride is no fantasy. It’s CARNIVAL IMAGINATION, a ship packed with all sorts of fun stuff, great food and activities for the kids. A place where the felt of the blackjack table meets the warm bubbles of the hot tub. Where you take a dip in a resort-style pool and chill in the Serenity


SM big-time entertainment pops up around every corner. Where people laugh, the sun shines and Carnival WaterWorks


adult only relaxation area. Where is


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always ready to make a splash. Yep, this is no wonderland. No imaginary place. It’s a ship. Our ship. And she’s lookin’ for passengers. Imagine that!


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