ATTENTION: UPDATES FOR DIABETES CRUISE, FEBRUARY 22, 2012
The Diabetes Daily Post has Scheduled the FIRST DIABETES CRUISE!
This is going to be a historic event so don’t miss out. See Detail below.
Cruise Date : January 7, 2013
Vessel: The Independence of the Seas
Length of Cruise: 6 Nights
Location: Western Caribbean
Day 1, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Day 2, Cruising
Day 3, George Town, Grand Cayman
Day 4, Falmouth, Jamaica
Day 5, Labadee, Haiti
Day 6, Cruising
Day 7 Arriveal in AM, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
GS – Grand Suite
JS – Junior Suite
D2 – Superior Balcony
E2 – Deluxe Balcony
G – Ocean View
H – Ocean View
PR – Promenade Interior Stateroom
M – Interior Stateroom
N – Interior Stateroom
Price Per Person Double Occupancy, Plus, Tax and Gratuities
How to book:
1-800-401-9948, dial 2, and
Group ID Code # 9844734
(Diabetes Daily Post)
Books accepted starting March 10,
Type 2 Diabetes travel tips, how to book the cabin
As our diabetes cruise and education event date is set for January 7, 2013, for first time cruise guests may want to know how to plan, pack and handle your diabetes while on a cruise.
First and foremost, plan ahead by registering immediately, since many great cabins are in high demand and will be booked quickly. First we recommend to click the following links and familiarize yourself with the ship “Independence Of The Seas“, which is ranked number 9 out of 100 of the largest cruise ships in the world by Conde Nast Traveler. Familiar yourself with the stateroom features: Click Here
Click why deck 7 or 8 is the best deck and offers the best deals; Click Here
Based on our past experience, we recommend to book PR (deck 7 or 8 Promenade), it is the best deal and will be gone rather quickly.
How to book: dial 1-800-401-9948, dial 2 next, and give Group ID Code #9844734. Next call all your closest friends to join you. Because of you, we allow your friends to use the same group codes and enjoy the same discount rates. It will be the best time of your lives: you will dine on the finest dishes, serviced with a lot of grace, sip a glass of your favorite wine, smell the sea and enjoy your friendship. And getting educated by our most caring health professionals, doctors, pharmacists, nurses and nutritionist, yes, and by our tailored diabetes exercise regimen instructors. The beauty is that there is no additional charge for you; it is included in your fare. What may surprise is, you will also receive a gift bag with over $400 dollars worth of merchandise and discount coupons.
How can we offer so much for so little, the answers is all instructors are volunteers and our national sponsors are very generous. What makes this event even better is our host ship, Royal Caribbean International, whom agreed to dedicate two theater size conference rooms each with 180 comfortable seats to accommodate us on our sea day, free of charge and other substantial perks just for you.
So what are you waiting for. We foresee a SELL OUT in just a few months as soon as we send a national news release out about our first ever all inclusive diabetes education cruise and have a fun cruise. Our program director is a seasoned and caring person named Susan Sloane, who is a pharmacist and Certified Diabetes Educator.
Next article will be on how to pack and handle your diabetes on the ship
Written by your diabetes cruise coordinator,
Charles Liu, R.Ph. MBA
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