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Selling One Way Cruises

Published 03/11/2015 09:51 PM   |    Updated 10/24/2016 04:04 PM

Cruises cannot be booked on a one way basis.

Any guest wishing to join the ship because of a legitimate travel delay (i.e., mechanical or weather related delay) may do so subject to any Jones Act or port restrictions.

Cruise-Only guests, or those with independent air travel will be responsible for any and all travel expenses incurred, including the $300 per person Jones Act fee. Guests will be charged the fee upon boarding the ship and can pay with a credit card, cash or on their Sail & Sign card. Carnival will assume responsibility for these expenses if guests are booked under our Fly2Fun program.

Carnival cannot guarantee that guests will be able to embark or debark in a port due to possible unforeseen weather conditions.

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