Charleston Cruises

Carnival Fantasy

Carnival Fantasy has added some awesome amenities, including Carnival WaterWorks, Serenity Adult-only Retreat and a tropical resort style pool. Carnival has also refurbished the Fantasy suites by added flat screen TVs to the staterooms. So relax, and let us make your cruise vacation dreams a reality. Contact a cruise specialist now. 843 556-9051

Carnival Fantasy Destinations
2011 Itinerary Ports of call while departing from Charleston SC
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Freeport, BahamasFreeport is a sportsman´s paradise with endless opportunities for snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, and one of the most impressive golf courses in the world. If shopping is your sport you're sure to score big at the duty-free shops, where you can find excellent deals on cameras, watches, porcelain and fine jewelry. Or you can just kick back and enjoy the sun on one of the many gorgeous, white-sand beaches that abound.
Nassau, BahamasWhat makes Nassau so special? Picture an idyllic place with stretches of perfect white-sand beaches, gracefully swaying coconut palms offering oases of shade, and warm, crystal-clear waters revealing the secrets of incredible multi-colored marine life. Whether you spend the day shopping for duty-free gifts and mementos, taking a carriage ride past sorbet-colored buildings, or touring in a glass-bottom boat, chances are you'll leave this happy place in the Bahamas with lots of beautiful memories.
Key West, FL The Conch Republic is a festive island of colorful bars and colorful characters in what may as well be the tropics. America´s southern most tip, where Harry Truman spent his summers playing poker and running the country, is a non-stop delight. Visit Hemingway´s house where you´ll find his original manuscripts and many of his famed six-toed cats. And while you're on the island be sure to sample its culinary treasures, like a conch salad and world-famous Key Lime pie.
King´S Wharf, Bermuda Characterized by neat, trim pastel houses and beautiful pink sand beaches, Bermuda is truly a picturesque destination. British delights such as afternoon tea and cricket are still very much a tradition on this lovely island. You can spend time sunning on a gorgeous beaches, snorkeling in crystal clear waters, or dive in underwater grottoes teeming with a variety of colorful marine life, all the while caressed by gentle ocean breezes.
Half Moon Cay, Bahamas Located on Little San Salvador Island 55-acres of beaches and fun on the 2,400-acre Island, Half Moon Cay has been rated as Best Private Island by Porthole Cruise Magazine for the past 4 years. An international bird sanctuary in the Bahamas (only two percent of the island is developed), the beauty and serenity of Half Moon Cay is second-to-none. There are a variety of new activities to choose from while exploring this privately owned paradise. You can go horseback ride on the sand and through the surf, take a stingray adventure, visit the Half Moon Lagoon Aqua Park, hike a nature trail or relax in an air-conditioned, private beachfront cabana.
Grand Turk The beautiful Island of Grand Turk is the capital island of the Turks and Caicos. Take the time to explore Cockburn town´s selection of historical buildings including many Bermudian and Colonial style buildings and ruins. And that´s just the beginning of all the things to see and do in Grand Turk. And now, as part of a $5 million renovation to the island, the one-of-a-kind Grand Turk Cruise Center features the FlowRider, an artificial wave created for both body boarding and stand-up surfing. FlowRider attraction is operated by Grand Turk´s Margaritaville restaurant and bar, and is currently available for all cruise ship calls at Grand Turk, including Carnival Imagination, Carnival Liberty and Carnival Triumph. Come see why this is such a beautiful island.