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CE Cruncher for Chiropractors

7-Day Alaska Cruise Conference
Round-trip Seattle, Washington
July 8 - 15, 2019

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Holland America's Amsterdam

16 CE Credits
Course Fees:
$325 for Chiropractors
Anyone who signs up by June 1st, 2018, gets $50.00 off their CE Course fees

IMPORTANT NOTE: All conferees, their families, and guests must book their cruise within the CEI meeting group through Continuing Education, Inc./University at Sea® at 800-422-0711 or by registering online. This ensures our company can provide conference services and complimentary social amenities to all meeting participants and their guests. Thank you for your cooperation.
Target Audience
Chiropractors and Medical Physicians
Program Purpose / Objectives

Agenda:

DATES ROOM TIMES PORT OF CALL
July 8, Monday Departs Seattle, WA
at 4:00 PM
Cocktail party for ALL Attendees 7:30-8:30 PM
July 9, Tuesday Dr. Ken Murkowski Documentation and Coding 8:00 AM to Noon At Sea
Dr. Ken Murkowski Whiplash Injuries 1:00 PM- 5:00 PM
July 10, Wednesday Ketchikan, Alaska, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
July 11, Thurstay Fjords
8:00 AM-11:00 AM
Juneau, Alaska, 2:00 PM -11:00 PM
July 12, Friday Skagway, Alaska, 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM
July 13, Saturday Dr. Todd Singleton - Thoughts, Traumas and Toxins - A Chiropractic Paradigm 8:00 AM - Noon; 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM At Sea
Dr. Amy Tirpak - Risk Management for the 21st Century DC 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
July 14, Sunday Victoria, B.C.
6:00 PM - 11:30 PM
July 15, Monday Arrives Seattle
at 7:00 AM


Risk Management for the 21st Century DC
Amy Tirpak, BS, DC



Course Objectives:
The objective of this course is to provide information based on current state and federal laws that will allow the Doctor of Chiropractic to stay in compliance with the rules and regulations of the boards. T opics in the program will provide up-to-date information on risk management, HIPPA, and ethical practices.

What is in a "name". Making sure your name is not misused
  1. Chiropractor, Doctor of Chiropractic, DC, Chiropractic Physician- understanding what is appropriate.
  2. Using your practice and/or your personal name in print and outline.
  3. The alphabet soup of letters after your name: when and how to use terms like 'diplomate, 'degrees,' and 'certifications' properly.
How to promote your success without violating a patient's rights or state law.
  1. The laws and regulations regarding publishing patient information and disclosure of patient information.
  2. Laws governing testimonials and patient information.
  3. How to legally and ethically respond to online reviews

Whiplash Associated Disorders
Dr. Ken Murkowski



Topics:
  1. Whiplash
    • Not a diagnosis, there are no ICD Codes
    • Whiplash is a mechanism with components - ICD Codes
    • Whiplash technically is Spinal Concussion - evidence- based information
    • 25 Common myths attorneys and insurance companies use against Chiropractors and their patients
    • Evidence based information that will allow you to debunk the myths
  2. Spinal Concussion
    • Spinal Concussion - The biomechanics of the spinal regions
    • No vehicle damage can still translate into major spinal concussion - VSC and Complications
    • A review of the regions of the spine and the impacts of concussion.
    • The mechanics of concussion when there is little to no vehicle damage: major concussion, VSC, how the C/L spine can be injured in low speed collisions.
    • A review of the UCLA Impact Study: front end, rear end, T-Bone, Collision Mechanisms and Effects
    • Advanced Whiplash factors and variable: resulting 200 secondary conditions.
  3. Diagnostic requirements
    • What evidence is required from the MVA patient
    • Required spinal concussion exams and tests
    • Radiographic studies: what attorneys say
    • X-ray mensuration - evidence based
    • Penning's X-ray Mensuration: Injury and proof of soft tissue damage.
    • Laboratory studies for VSC- i.e. C Reactive Protein
    • VSC: 8 physical and Chemical components (ICD Codes)
  4. Traumatic Injury Considerations
    • The etiology of spinal pain, Myofascial trauma, and ligament damage - all evidence based.
    • How to prove and document disc related trauma and facet joint injury.
    • Activation, Aggravation, and Accelerations- documenting change.
    • The complications, residuals and impairments related to neurological trauma
    • Skeletal injury, direct nerve damage, vascular damage - VSC
    • Spinal care, Rehabilitation, and exercise: documentation is critical.

Thoughts, Traumas and Toxins - A Chiropractic Paradigm
Dr. Todd G. Singleton



Course Purpose: I've compiled the information contained in this seminar to better educate the chiropractic community about the relevance of D.D. Palmer's three "T's" - thoughts, traumas, and toxins – in contemporary chiropractic clinics. A better understanding of these three issues will help chiropractors improve patient outcomes, reduce pain more efficiently, and facilitate healthy changes that last a lifetime.

Course Description: This seminar will begin with an overview of different types of trauma and holistic healing techniques. It will then introduce three sources of exposure to toxins (ingestion, absorption, and inhalation) and discuss herbs that can be used to facilitate detoxification. Finally, the course will explore ways that thoughts and feelings (stress, for example) can help or hinder the body’s natural healing process.

Intended Audience: This seminar has been created specifically for Doctors of Chiropractic.
  1. Introduction: D.D. Palmer's Three Causes of Subluxation
    1. D.D. Palmer & "The Chiropractor's Adjuster"1
      1. Significance of This 1910 Text
    2. Three Causes of Subluxation
      1. Trauma
      2. Toxins
      3. Thoughts
    3. Relevance of D.D. Palmer's Theory Today
      1. Subluxation as More Than Just a Bone Out of Place
  2. Trauma: A Fresh Look at a Familiar Subject
    1. Reasons for Injury
      1. i. Normal Stress vs. Abnormal Stress
    2. Gradual vs. Sudden Trauma
      1. Gradual Trauma
        • Ergonomics in the Workplace2
        • Effects of Different Sleeping Positions3
      2. Sudden Trauma
        1. Car Accidents
        2. Sports Injuries
        3. Strenuous Exercise
    3. The Body's Attempts to Stabilize Subluxation
      1. Stabilization Through Spasm and Shortening of Muscles
    4. Holistic Healing from Trauma
      1. Nutrition and Healing
        1. Nutritional Deficiencies Delay Recovery4
          1. Ways to Increase Nutrient Absorption
            1. Digestive Enzymes5
            2. Probiotics6
        2. Proper Nutrition Accelerates Healing
          1. The Role of the Multivitamin/Mineral
            1. 2002 Journal of the American Medical Association: Everyone Should Be Taking a Multivitamin7
            2. Multivitamins aid in the prevention of chronic disease8
      2. Stress Reduction and Healing
        1. Getting the Body Out of "Fight-or-Flight" Mode
    5. Trauma and Inflammation
      1. Why Trauma-Induced Inflammation is Healthy9
        1. Example: Low Back Injury
          1. Muscle Spasms Support the Area
        2. Inflammation Increases Circulation to:
          1. Remove Toxins and Waste Products
          2. Increase Nutrient Supply to Tissue
  3. Toxins: An Overlooked Obstacle to Healing
    1. Sources of Toxins: Ingestion, Absorption, and Inhalation
      1. Ingestion of Toxins
        1. Processed Foods
          1. Harmful Additives10
            1. Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT)
            2. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
            3. Sodium Nitrate/Sodium Nitrite
            4. Tricalcium Phosophate
        2. Refined Sugar
          1. Statistics on Sugar Consumption11
          2. Inflammation Pathways
            1. Damage to Coronary Arteries12
            2. Worsening of Chronic Pain13
          3. Dehydration of Interstitial Fluid14
            1. Increased Risk of Injury
            2. Prolonged Rehabilitation
          4. Stress on Pancreas
          5. Increased Risk of Osteoarthritis15
        3. Artificial Sweeteners
          1. Inflammation Pathways
          2. Sweeteners Implicated in Morbidity16
            1. Aspartame
            2. Saccharin
            3. Sucralose
        4. Refined Vegetable Oils
          1. Omega-3 to Omega-6 Ratios17
          2. Increased Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
            1. Recent Research on'Diabetes Type III'18
          3. Common Refined Oils
            1. Canola
            2. Peanut
            3. Soy
            4. Sunflower
        5. Dairy Products
          1. Prevalence of Lactose Intolerance19
          2. Dairy and Bone Health
            1. Dairy Consumption and Osteoporosis20
          3. Better Sources of Bioavailable Calcium
          4. Harmful Substances Found in Processed Dairy21
            1. Antibiotic Residues
            2. Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH)
        6. Conventional Produce: Pesticides and Herbicides
          1. Short-Term Health Effects of Acute Exposure22
            1. Headaches
            2. Nausea
            3. Abdominal Cramps
            4. Trembling
            5. Mental Confusion
          2. Long-Term Effects of Low-Level Exposure22
            1. Cancer
            2. Reproductive Damage
            3. Endocrine Disruption
      2. Absorption of Toxins
        1. Common Toxins in Skincare Products23
          1. Parabens
          2. Phthlates
          3. Triclosan
        2. Health Effects of These Toxins23
          1. DNA Damage
          2. Hormone Imbalance
          3. Skin Irritation
          4. Nervous System Disorders
        3. Effects on the Healing Process24
          1. Increased Inflammation
          2. Exacerbated Pain
          3. Prolonged Recovery
        4. Natural Alternatives to Conventional Skincare
      3. Inhalation of Toxins
        1. Avoiding Toxins in Work Environment
          1. Open Windows (in Rural Areas)
          2. Air Purifier (in Urban Areas)
        2. Avoiding Toxins at Home
          1. Household Cleaning Products
    2. Herbs That Aid in Detoxification25
      1. Red Clover Blossom
      2. Dandelion Root
      3. Ginger Root
      4. Yellow Dock Root
  4. Thoughts: Facilitating or Inhibiting the Healing Process
    1. Physiological Responses to Different Types of Thoughts
      1. Constructive Thoughts vs. Destructive Thoughts
    2. The Relationship Between Diet and Mind
      1. Neural Network in the Gut26
      2. Mood-Boosting Properties of Vitamin D27
    3. The Effects of Stress on the Body28
      1. Negative Thoughts (Fear/Stress) Perceived as Threatening
      2. Muscles Assume Defensive Positions
      3. Increased Fat Storage29
      4. Increased Pain and Inflammation28
    4. The Importance of Positivity and Purpose
      1. Studies on Optimism and Longevity30
      2. Studies on Sense of Purpose and Longevity31
    5. Protecting Emotional Health Through Lifestyle Choices32
    6. Natural Ways to Reduce Stress
      1. Technologies for Brain-Based Learning
        1. Brainwave Entrainment33,34
      2. Herbs to Promote Relaxation31
    7. Making Your Office a Positive and Uplifting Place
      1. Find the Right Music
      2. Build Trust with Your Patients
        1. Convey Confidence and Calmness
        2. Listen Attentively
      3. Train Staff to Be Positive and Supportive
        1. Rule of Two: Address Each Patient By Name Twice Per Visit
  5. Conclusion: Minding the Three T’s in the Treatment of Pain and Inflammation
    1. An Anti-Inflammatory Approach to Nutrition
      1. Elimination of Processed Food
      2. Focus on Whole, Unprocessed Foods
        1. Organic Fruits and Vegetables
        2. Wild-Caught Fish
        3. Unrefined, Cold-Pressed Oils
    2. Pain-Reducing Supplementation
      1. Vitamin D25
      2. Fish Oil25
    3. Stress-Reducing Therapies, Treatments, and Technologies
Conference Sessions generally take place on days at sea (as itinerary allows), giving you plenty of time to enjoy your meals, evenings and ports of call with your companion, family and friends.
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Faculty
Dr. Kenneth Murkowski

Todd Singleton, DC
Lighthouse Pain Relief Clinic: Focus of Practice is Nutrition, Neuropathy and Severe Low Back Pain
Doctors Plus, Inc. : Multi-Discipline Physical Medicine Clinic Employing Chiropractors, Medical Doctors, Physical Therapists, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants

Amy Tirpak, BS, DC
ChiropracticOnlineContinuingEd.com
Owner/Developer
CE Cruncher
Owner/Editor/Publisher

Accreditation
Doctors desiring CE credits must call TCC at 281-998-6026 as far in advance as possible.
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Cruise Itinerary
DATE PORT OF CALL ARRIVE DEPART
Mon Jul 08 Seattle, Washington
- 4:00 pm
Tue Jul 09 *At Sea - Cruising
- -
Wed Jul 10 Ketchikan, Alaska
8:00 am 4:00 pm
Thu Jul 11 Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska - Scenic Cruising
8:00 am 11:00 am
Thu Jul 11 Juneau, Alaska
2:00 pm 11:00 pm
Fri Jul 12 Skagway, Alaska
8:00 am 5:00 pm
Sat Jul 13 *At Sea - Cruising
- -
Sun Jul 14 Victoria, Canada
6:00 pm 11:30 pm
Mon Jul 15 Seattle, Washington
7:00 am -
*Tentative course schedule, actual class times may differ.
Ports of Call
Seattle, Washington (Embark and Debark) - The Emerald City of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is one of America's most vibrant cities. Stroll its bustling waterfront (including Pike Place Market), visit the Space Needle, and find a great coffee-shop to enjoy in this coffee-loving city (the home of Starbucks). One of America's tech centers (Amazon and Microsoft are both headquartered here), the city is abuzz with the interesting people attracted to the opportunities to be found there. There is more than enough to see and do here to keep you busy for a day or two. If you have a little extra time, Seattle is a great place to visit.
Inside Passage - This is one of the most famously beautiful passages in all the world. It features virtually everything you came to Alaska hoping to see, including rain forests, glaciers, fjords and white-capped peaks. All of which create a setting that's perfect for viewing whales and sea lions.
Juneau, Alaska - In Alaska's capital, you can pan for gold at Gold Creek and taste salmon baked on an alderwood fire, mush sleddogs, flightsee the Juneau Ice Field, and walk right up to the Mendenhall Glacier at the park. This charming small city also hosts an excellent zipline course. And for the less adventurous, the Red Dog Saloon is near the dock.
Ketchikan, Alaska - Immerse yourself in Tlingit Indian culture as you view the world's largest collection of totem poles; kayak the colorful waterfront. Port tips from our blog
Skagway, Alaska - A frontier town perfectly preserved as the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park. Gateway to the Trail of '98, which you may explore by helicopter or vintage railcar. Port tips from our blog
Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska - Amidst the pure silence, you'll sail past translucent blue icebergs silhouetted against a most dramatic backdrop of waterfall-laced rock walls ascending thousands of feet into the sky. This classic fjord, Tracy Arm extends over 30 miles and once seen, it is never to be forgotten.
Victoria, British Columbia - Stroll through the charming downtown of this very British city, with its double-decker buses, turreted castles, fine British woolens, tea and china. Or, just outside the city, visit the lush flora and fauna of Butchart Gardens.

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Amsterdam

IMPORTANT NOTE: All conferees, their families, and guests must book their cruise within the CEI meeting group through Continuing Education, Inc./University at Sea® at 800-422-0711 or by registering online. This ensures our company can provide conference services and complimentary social amenities to all meeting participants and their guests. Thank you for your cooperation.
Cruise Pricing
COMPETITIVE PRICING PROMISE: While we are not a 'cruise discounter,' we will match any price offered to the general public directly by the cruise line at the time of booking. In addition, we can offer the Cruise Line's lower non-refundable deposit rates.

Prices below are for the full cruise including meals and evening entertainment
Cruise Lines

STATEROOM DETAILS
PRICING
PER PERSON
Pinnacle Suite (PS) –

Bedroom with 1 king-size bed, oversize whirlpool bath & shower, living room, dining room, dressing room, private verandah, pantry, 1 sofa bed for 2 persons, mini-bar, refrigerator, guest toilet, floor-to-ceiling windows.Include all the suite amenities, plus: Neptune Lounge: A very special amenity exclusively for guests cruising in a Neptune or Pinnacle Suite Suite, the industry-leading Neptune Lounge features a private place to relax, socialize with other suite guests and enjoy the personalized service of a concierge. The fleet-wide lounges provide worktables, large screen television, library, sofas and chairs, refreshments throughout the day and wi-fi for a small charge. One-Touch 24-hour Concierge Service is available when the Neptune Lounge is closed.
Approximately 1,159 sq. ft.

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Neptune Suite–(SA)

Floor-to-ceiling window/sliding glass door leading to your personal veranda, 2 lower beds convertible to 1 king-size bed, a large sitting area, dressing room, 1 sofa bed for 2 persons, no-host mini-bar and walk-in closet. Deluxe Suites include all the Superior Suite amenities, plus complimentary laundry, pressing and dry cleaning throughout your cruise, complimentary champagne and bottled water provided in suite upon embarkation, premium duvet, oversize bath towels and soft, cotton bathrobes and slippers, gorgeous corsages and boutonnieres for the first formal night, hors d'oeuvres served before dinner each evening on request, binoculars and umbrellas for your use on the cruise, cocktail party with ship officers, priority boarding for tender ports of call, special disembarkation service, priority dining and seating requests, and exclusive daily breakfast service for suite guests only.

A very special amenity exclusively for guests cruising in a Deluxe Veranda Suite or Penthouse Veranda Suite, the industry-leading Neptune Lounge features a private place to relax, socialize with other suite guests and enjoy the personalized service of a concierge. The fleet-wide lounges provide worktables, large screen television, library, sofas and chairs, refreshments throughout the day and wi-fi for a small charge. One-Touch 24-hour Concierge Service is available when the Neptune Lounge is closed.
566 sq. ft. with veranda

$2,964
Vista Suite (A)

2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, whirlpool bath & shower, sitting area, private verandah, mini-bar, refrigerator, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 292 sq. ft. Include all the stateroom amenities, plus: A variety of firm, medium and soft pillows, No-host mini-bar for easy entertaining, Personalized cruise stationery, Oversized bath towels, One-touch telephone concierge service, Fresh flowers Complimentary DVD library

292 sq. ft. with veranda
$2,164
Vista Suite(B)

2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, whirlpool bath & shower, sitting area, private verandah, mini-bar, refrigerator, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 292 sq. ft. Include all the stateroom amenities, plus: A variety of firm, medium and soft pillows, No-host mini-bar for easy entertaining, Personalized cruise stationery, Oversized bath towels, One-touch telephone concierge service, Fresh flowers Complimentary DVD library

292 sq. ft. with veranda
$2,064
Vista Suite(BB)

2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, whirlpool bath & shower, sitting area, private verandah, mini-bar, refrigerator, floor-to-ceiling windows. Approximately 292 sq. ft. Include all the stateroom amenities, plus: A variety of firm, medium and soft pillows, No-host mini-bar for easy entertaining, Personalized cruise stationery, Oversized bath towels, One-touch telephone concierge service, Fresh flowers Complimentary DVD library

292 sq. ft. with veranda
$1,964
OceanView Stateroom (C)

Picture window, 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

185-197 sq. ft.
$1,174
OceanView Stateroom (D)

Picture window, 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

185-197 sq. ft.
$1,144
OceanView Stateroom (DA)

Picture window, 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

185-197 sq. ft.
$1,114
OceanView Stateroom (E)

Picture window, 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

185-197 sq. ft.
$1,054
OceanView Stateroom (EE)

Picture window, 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

185-197 sq. ft.
$1,024
Inside Stateroom (J) 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

143-207 sq. ft.
$824
Inside Stateroom (K) 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

143-207 sq. ft.
$794
Inside Stateroom (L) 2 lower beds convertible to 1 queen-size bed, bathtub and shower, luxurious beds featuring Sealy® Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers, fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, complimentary fresh fruit on request, flat-panel TV and DVD player, ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

143-207 sq. ft.
$764
Prices are Per Person, Double Occupancy, Subject to change
Port charges and taxes $ 520 per person
3rd/4th in Stateroom - Please call for pricing

Mariner rates and special promos may apply.
Cancellation Policies vary by cruise line, destination and sailing date.
Please check with one of our cruise consultant for policies applicable to this cruise.

Important Note: Not all staterooms within each category have the same furniture configuration and/or facilities. Appropriate symbols within the rooms on the deck plans describe differences from the stateroom descriptions . All information is subject to change.
PRICING SUBJECT TO CHANGE: Although subject to change at any time, the listed prices are generally available up to about 90 days before sailing; at that time they convert to typically higher, market rates.
CANCELLATION PENALTY POLICY WILL APPLY: Cancellation policies vary by cruise line, itinerary and length of cruise. When reserving your stateroom, please review the policy applicable to this cruise with our staff. We strongly recommend Travel Insurance to cover the unexpected.
FUEL SUPPLEMENT: Cruiselines may implement a fuel surcharge depending on the price of crude oil.
Questions? Call us at 800-422-0711.
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TravelSafe.comPlease visit TravelSafe.com for travel insurance information.

Cruise Line cancellation policies are strictly enforced. For that reason, we urge all of our travelers to carefully consider whether travel insurance is a good value for them.

Certainly, if you have reason to think that "something might come up" that might force you to cancel, travel insurance is worth the cost of the premium. Examples we've seen in the past include ill or frail family members and changes in employment causing relocation.

If travel insurance is the right choice for you, we recommend TravelSafe. To visit their site and explore your options click here or on the link above. The cruise lines also offer travel insurance and we'd be happy to help you go that route if you'd prefer.