WebWhispers and Friends
New England/Canada
sailing on the
"Enchantment of the Seas"
of the
Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines

September 4th to 11th, 2005

The 2005 IAL AM/VI concludes on September 3rd and our cruise
conveniently leaves from Boston the following day, returning in 7 days.


Sunday, 4 September - 5:00 PM -  Departs from Boston, MA
Monday - 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Martha's Vineyard, MA 
Tuesday - 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM - Portland, Maine
Wednesday - 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM - Bar Harbor, Maine  
Thursday - 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM -  Halifax, Nova Scotia
Friday - 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM - St. John, New Brunswick 
Saturday - At Sea
Sunday, 11 September - 8:00 AM - Returns to Boston, MA
Read an informative Ship Review HERE.
Cruise departs from:
Cruiseport Boston, Black Falcon Cruise Terminal
One Black Falcon Avenue, Boston
3 miles from Logan Airport (about 10 minutes travel time)


Note: For those who will be at the IAL and wish transportation to the
cruise ship, we will have a shuttle bus on Sep 4th to take us and
our luggage as a group from the Park Plaza Hotel to the pier.
The charge will be $10.00 each person.
Anyone who wants to ride the shuttle should get in touch
with Pat Sanders as soon as is convenient.
You can then come by the WW table at the IAL to pay.
We will plan to have the bus there at 11:00 AM
but will confirm the actual time later.
Those who notify us that they want reservations are indicated
on the "Listing of Cruisers" page with a "#".

Cruise prices are below (per person/double occupancy) and these include
all port charges and taxes. [Note: New LOWER Prices as of 8 November 2004
- the rates have been lowered on Inside, OceanView and Balcony staterooms
by $150 per person ($300 per cabin). Even better, our Junior Suites are
reduced by $200 per person ($400 per cabin)].

                   $785.00   Inside Stateroom (Sold Out)
                  $915.00   OceanView Stateroom
                $1310.00   Balcony Stateroom
                $1560.00   Junior Suite (2 Left)

* A 3rd and/or 4th sharing any cabin is $420.00 each.


                                         WHAT'S INCLUDED?

Almost everything is taken care of on a cruise ship with the original payment.
Your stateroom accommodations, fantastic meals in the dining rooms or
cafés, snacks throughout the day, and even 24-hour room service is included.
Entertainment and most other activities are  part of your fare. Every day a
schedule is delivered to your stateroom that outlines all the cruise activities
that may interest you. It helps you plan your time and makes sure you don't
miss out on anything. On the other hand, you may want to spend every day
in a deck chair reading a book from the onboard library. When you arrive in
each port, there are dozens of things to do and see on shore, plus excursions,
which are an additional cost (you may read about them and order in advance).

There will be an afternoon tea or a wine tasting, an art auction, dance lessons,
Bingo, card games; the pool is open and so are saunas or hot tubs.  A marvelous
gym and exercise room is there to help you work off the gourmet foods. The
casino is open and active along with many lounges featuring different
entertainment and types of music. The stage shows are fantastic every evening.
Take your choice and if you're looking for an incredible value, look no further.

See a "Sneak Peek" Review here:


Reservations may NOW be made through our Travel Agent:
Peggy Byron, Cruise Vacations
100 Swan Lake Circle
Birmingham, AL 35242
1-205-995-0036, 1-800-844-5785,
FAX 1-205-995-2063
Credit Cards or Checks are welcome

Deposit to hold a reservation is $50 per stateroom (or $25 per person if more
than 2 are sharing) and is due at time of reservation.
(3 and 4 in a cabin must pay the full deposit of $250 each
and a cabin assignment will be made immediately.

Full deposit of $250.00 (Balance of $225 each person) is due by 22 April 2005.
Full fares are due 15 June 2005.

Deposits are refundable but if you have to cancel, please let us know ASAP
in order to give us time to resell your stateroom.
After the final payments are made, we no longer have the option of
reselling and Royal Caribbean takes the staterooms.
Royal Caribbean's rules for Cancellation (double occupancy) are:
Cancel on or before 30 June, there is no charge.
Cancel between 1 July and 5 August, full deposit ($250) is forfeited.
Cancel between 6 August and 27 August, the cost is 50% of total fare.
If you cancel within the week before sailing, there is no refund.

Optional Insurance covers the last 69 days before sailing and costs about
$99 to $119, depending on your age and the cost of the cruise,
and covers cancellation due to illness or death in the family.
Your exact rate will be sent to you at the time of full deposit notice.

Using Royal Caribbean guidelines, we suggest the following gratuities:
Stateroom Attendant: $3.50 per day per guest
Dining Room Waiter: $3.50 per day per guest
Asst. Waiter: $2.00 per day per guest
Headwaiter: $.75 per day per guest
Gratuities for other service personnel are at your discretion.
A 15% gratuity will automatically be added to your bar bill
or wine check when you are served.

The easy way to pay gratuities for the entire week is to have them added to your
SeaPass account, which is charged to your credit card the last day of the cruise.
They will leave certificates that may be placed in the envelopes you will find in
your room the last full day of cruising.  You may also choose to pay these
in cash in whatever amount you wish.

Our WW Cruise Coordinator is:
Pat Wertz Sanders
Email: pat@choralmusic.com


Enchantment of the Seas Views & Deck Plans
Ports of Call and Excursions
Listing of Cruisers