We set sail on November 11 for a four-day cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Sky. We leave from Miami and then head for three stops in the Bahamas before returning to Miami.
This cruise is for those currently caring for a family member or friend and for those who’s caregiving experience has ended because of their caree’s death.
Our cruise will be a get-away that includes support for you. Not only will we enjoy a break at sea but we’ll gather each morning we’re sailing for a one-hour workshop, including a Three-Word Journaling class led by me. On our first night together, we’ll meet for a one-hour cocktail party.
In addition to special pricing for our cruise, we’ll also receive a $25 onboard credit which can be used toward excursions, drinks and gift shop purchases. The cost of the four-day cruise, which includes your accommodations, meals and our workshops, begins at $345 per person for an oceanview stateroom. You can book your caregiving cruise vacation here.
If you’d like, please feel free to bring your caree on our cruise. Our travel agent (Gerard Desmarais Cruises Inc.) can assist with your special needs.
Traveling alone? No worries! Our travel agent can find you a roommate. Or, consider rooming with another member of CareGiving.com who has become a good friend. (I’m rooming with @kathy.)
Our travel agent also can help arrange your airfare and transportation to our cruise. Because we understand that a caregiving situation could mean a last-minute crisis, our travel agent also can tell your about travel insurance.
If you book your cruise before September 25, we’ll include a one-year membership to CareGiving.com (a $49.95 value) so you can receive support before and after your cruise. As a member of CareGiving.com, you’ll be able join our Caregiving Cruise group to talk about your plans for the cruise. We also share updates and details in the group about what we’re doing to make this cruise one to remember.
Book your caregiving cruise vacation here.
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