April 2021 Group Cruise


Departing from San Juan, Puerto Rico

A Seven day cruise onboard the Carnival Fascination

Sunday April 25, 2021 to Sunday May 2, 2021


Reasons to BOOK NOW…

  • Great Rates
  • Payment Plan
  • Low Deposit
  • Great April Weather
  • Groups are fun
  • You Deserve It!



All of your meals

Onboard Shows

Price Protection

Duty Free Shopping

Five unique islands


  • An Interior Cabin is $1296.04
  • An Ocean View Cabin is  $1446.04
  • Other Cabins available on Request

What ever you like Carnival has it you!

Easy Payment Plan with a $50 per person deposit


This is the cruise that you deserve

Five Port Visits


We are making our rounds to these Caribbean Islands

Come and enjoy five very unique island experiences not offered before now. Five ports for $1296.04 for an Interior Cabin and $1446.04 for an Ocean View Cabin.

St. Thomas

St. Thomas has forever held a lofty reputation among cruise ship passengers for its duty free shops and one of a kind art galleries and specialty boutiques . Since cruise ship passengers are some of the most avid shoppers to visit the island, it makes perfect sense that some of the best shopping is located in and around the cruise ports.

St. Maarten

There's a lot to do once you disembark, with shopping and beaches serving as the primary attractions. On either side of the mountainous island, lovely beaches -- including the famed clothing-optional part of Orient Beach -- rival the best in the Caribbean. Plus, duty-free prices for electronics and liquor in Philipsburg might be the best deals around.

St. Kitts

Take some time to visit Basseterre's art galleries, boutiques and craft shops. In North Independence Square, you can browse prints, watercolors and other artwork by Caribbean artists, as well as reproduction Caribbean charts and maps. Locally-made items for sale on Bay Road include soft dolls dressed in vivid island clothing, leather wallets, flip flops, purses, cellphone pouches and earrings.

St. Lucia

St. Lucia’s small size makes it easy to explore on a half- or full-day shore excursion, either by boat or minivan. Popular destinations include Soufrière, Pigeon Island, and Rodney Bay, and many tours include a photo stop at the twin volcanic spires of the Pitons, a visit to a banana plantation, or a mud bath at the Sulphur Springs.


About 20 mins walk north of the cruise port is Brandons beach. Here you'll find calm turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming and sea-bathing. Out to sea, catamarans and fishing boats make their way along the coast. No watersports activities are available at Brandons, so it's a good choice if you're looking for a tranquil day of sea and sun.

Beach chairs and umbrellas can be rented at the beach, and drinks and food are available at the beachfront restaurant. There is a lifeguard on duty at Brandons, and there are picnic benches and restrooms.