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Jan. 12-18, 2014, Dancing with the Stars Caribbean Cruise

Enjoy Dancing with the Stars

7 Days/7 Nights
Whether you like to Tango, Quickstep, Paso Doble or sit back and enjoy watching the sizzling performances, this cruise offers guests an entirely unique experience of the seas.

This theme cruise includes dance lessons; a chance to meet the dancers; ask questions and take photos; and a dazzling production starring celebrities and the famed dance pros, complete with glamorous costumes and routines from the TV show. Currently scheduled to appear on select sailings are two-time champion pro dancers Mark Ballas and Kym Johnson; pros Tristan MacManus and Lacey Schwimmer; and some of your favorite celebrity competitors. More dance pros and celebrities to be announced.

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Inside Cabin $1,862
Oceanview Cabin $2,022
Balcony Cabin $2,112

*Rates are per person, double occupancy.

Price Includes: Cruise/fees/taxes, gratuities on ship, pre-night in Ft. Lauderdale (breakfast included), round trip air, and transportation to/from Kansas City. 

Passport required for this trip.

Your Itinerary at a Glance

DAY PORT ARRIVE DEPART
0 Fort Lauderdale, Florida   4:00 PM
1 Half Moon Cay, BahamasTR 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
2 At Sea    
3 Georgetown, Cayman IslandsTR 8:00 AM 4:00 PM
4 Cozumel, Mexico 10:00 AM 11:00 PM
5 At Sea    
6 Key West, Florida 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
7 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 7:00 AM  
  * TR = Tender Required

Western Caribbean Cruise

Day 0: January 12, 2014
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
This port has an abundance of things to see and do in the Fort Lauderdale area: visit the newly redesigned Fort Lauderdale Beach and cafés, stroll the historic Riverwalk, shop the luxurious stores on Las Olas Boulevard or venture to the Everglades for an intriguing air boat excursion. Make sure you on the boat in plenty of time for its departure.
 
Day 1: January 13, 2014
Half Moon Kay, Bahamas
Half Moon Kay offers everything you need for a day of play on your Caribbean cruise. Park yourself in an air-conditioned cabana along a two-mile crescent of blinding white beach. Visit Stingray Cove to feed and learn more about the gentle creatures. Ride your horse to a deserted beach and into the surf.
 
Day 2: January 14, 2014
At Sea
The Holland America cruiseliner offers a multitude of activities and places to relax. Take this day to explore the ship or dive into a good book poolside. Not to mention, the entetainment available with the Dancing with the Stars crew.
 
Day 3: January 15, 2014
Georgetown, Cayman Islands
The western end of Grand Cayman Island contains one of the most delightful cities in the Caribbean. Underwater. In the shallow waters of West Bay, you can swim into Stingray City, where the rays will let you touch, feed, and hold them. About a mile west, on the other side of the island, lies Seven Mile Beach, an emblematic stretch of Caribbean idyll. And just south is Georgetown, the country's capital. The town is a crayon box of shops (look for a piece of colorful Caymanite or black coral), restaurants, and history, including the Cayman Islands National Museum and the Maritime Treasure Museum. The harbor offers endless water activities for cruise guests.
 
Day 4: January 16, 2014
Cozumel, Mexico
Just off the coast of the Mexican mainland, the porous mass of limestone that arches out of the water has over time become one of the world's great ocean playgrounds. And a mere ferry ride away you can explore centuries of human splendor in the Mayan ruins at Tulum, spectacularly sited on the sea cliffs.
 
Day 5: January 17, 2014
At Sea
The cruiseship offers a Culinary Arts Center, Digital Workshop, and Spa if you're looking for a special way to pass the time. Or browse through the extensive art collection onboard the Holland America cruiseline. As always, if the observation deck or beach chairs beckon you, enjoy the sights and sounds of the ocean as you relax.
 
Day 6: January 18, 2014
Key West, Florida
Key West is where Florida makes its last ragged stumble into the celadon waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The water and the climate have been drawing visitors for centuries, from Ponce de Leon to Harry Truman to writers like Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams. Somehow, the writers managed to get some great work done, and their legacy lives on. Area highlights for cruise visitors include the Ernest Hemingway House, McCoy Indigenous Park, and numerous local beaches.
 
Day 7: January 19, 2014
Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Cruise Ends
Scheduled to arrive in Fort Lauderdale port at 7:00 a.m. will leave you plenty of time to explore the city or catch an early flight home.

 
Photography
Passengers may be photographed for the promotional purposes of the Nodaway Valley Bank Ambassadors Club. To opt out of this promotional usage, written notification must be provided to the Nodaway Valley Bank Ambassadors Club Coordinator (view Contact Us info).

 
 

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