September 3-11, 2012
$1,369.00 per person double $1,229.00 p.p. triple $1,159.00 p.p. quad $1,929.00 single
Ocean View Cabin:
$1,409.00 per person double $1,249.00 p.p. triple $1,179.00 p.p. quad. $2,009.00 single
HIGHLIGHTS: Fort Sumter Tour, Carriage Tour of Charleston, 5-Day Bahamas Cruise (Nassau & Freeport) Titanic Museum , Pigeon Forge
Includes: Roundtrip Motorcoach Transportation, Welcome Dinner, Admissions per itinerary, 5-day Cruise, $50.00 per cabin shipboard credit, all meals onboard the ship, port charges, 3 nights hotel with breakfast each morning, hotel taxes, Farewell Dinner & Imperial Escort.
Forget the hassle of airline travel. Why not board one of our luxury motorcoaches for a relaxing ride to the port of Charleston, SC for a fabulous 5-night cruise. We’ll overnight on our way to Charleston and then spend our second night is Historic Charleston.
While in Charleston, we’ll enjoy a relaxing 30 minute cruise through Charleston’s historic harbor to Fort Sumter. The tour is fully narrated and explains many points of interest and historic significance. Learn about the major events which led to the outbreak of America’s most bloody war. At Fort Sumter National Park, historians will provide detailed information about Fort Sumter and its pivotal role in the War between the States. After spending some time at the Fort, we will cruise back to port, enjoying panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Charleston’s bustling harbor.
Charleston is notably the most historic city in America and has many historic areas and attractions which are best visited by carriage tour. We’ll Clippity clop our way back to Colonial times aboard a horse-drawn carriage tour. Experience over 300 years of history including antebellum mansions, churches, and cobblestone streets.
After our time in Charleston, we’ll board the Carnival Fantasy ship for an exciting 5-Day cruise to the Bahamas. Enjoy 2 full days at sea and 1-day in Nassau and 1-day in Freeport.
The days at sea give you plenty of time to relax and enjoy all the amenities offered aboard the ship. All your meals are included on the ship. Shore excursions in Nassau and Freeport will be available for an additional fee and gratuities on the ship are not included.
Our return travels will take us to Pigeon Forge for our last evening where we’ll visit the Titanic Museum. The museum provides a gateway to 1912, where First Class Maids and a variety of Officers and crew members bring the stories of the fabled ship and its
fascinating passengers to life by retelling their stories in vivid, dramatic detail. The priceless artifacts throughout the museum shed additional light on the lives of those passengers and crew members. We’ll see the actual belongings of those on board and artifacts that sailed on Titanic’s maiden voyage.
A passport is not required, however, it is strongly recommended.