MSF Cruise for a Cause® 2014
7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on the Celebrity Reflection
January 25th-February 1st, 2014
It's All About MEE Motivating, Educating and Empowering
Cool sophistication is the unmistakable vibe onboard Celebrity Reflection,
It's impossible to miss the art, a multimillion-dollar investment, on Reflection. It's big. It's bold. And it's everywhere. Perhaps the most stunning piece is the Grand Foyer showstopper: a live tree that grows tall, while a lighted aluminum tree hangs from the base. Celebrity calls it a tree reflecting on itself, and, of course, reflection is the theme of the art onboard.
Reflection represents the evolution of the Solstice class, encompassing the best of each of its sister ships, with tweaks here and there to make it stand out.
Rates are per person (based on double occupancy):
(Port charges included, taxes & gratuities are additional)
Inside Stateroom starting from $729.00 per person*
Ocean View Stateroom starting from $849.00 per person*
Ocean View Cabin Stateroom with Balcony starting from $954.00 per person*
Port charges included.
Taxes $97.13 / Gratuities $80.50-105.00 / Doc Fees $35.00
*Prices subject to change based upon availability.
Saturday, January 25th – Departs Miami, FL at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, January 26th – At Sea
Monday, January 27th,- Arrive San Juan, PR 3:00 p.m., Depart 10:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January 28th,- Arrive Charlotte Amalie 8:00 a.m., Depart 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 29th – Arrive Philipsburg 8:oo a.m., Depart 5:00 p. m.
Thursday, January 30th- At Sea
Friday, January 31st, - At Sea
Saturday, February 1st,- Arrive Miami, FL at 7:00a.m.
For more information contact:
Alan, (800) 225-6495, Cruise@msfocus.org
Or for information on available staterooms and pricing information please contact:
Gabriela Aragon, at Aragon Travel or email@example.com
Now entering its thirteenth year, the MSF Cruise for a Cause provides an empowering adventure. Traveling with fellow MS cruisers, their families, as well as healthcare
professionals, and of course, MSF staff, the trip is an unforgettable experience.
With the intriguing excitement of the beautiful Eastern Caribbean Islands, the Celebrity Reflection helps make our 2014 Cruise for a Cause a dream come true for people with MS.
Some people with MS face unique challenges when traveling. You may feel that you can no
longer travel safely or comfortably. But these hurdles can be overcome, and the MSF Cruise for a Cause is a great place to start.
Onboard, courteous and attentive staff cater to your needs. Fine food, spectacular
entertainment, great shopping and exciting accessible portside activities are available
On days at sea, the MSF Cruise for a Cause offers a variety of onboard workshops and discussion groups on vital topics of particular interest to people with MS*. Leading MS neurologists and other healthcare professionals present the latest information on MS research and treatments, and offer practical advice and solutions to help you live with MS. In addition, onboard support group meetings serve to motivate and inspire both patients and caregivers.
Those having joined us on previous MSF Cruises have called it a life-changing experience. They learned not just about MS and its issues, but more about themselves as well.
For many the “bar has been raised” on what they can do. Lasting friendships, a warm family atmosphere, exciting ports, lots of fun, and memories to last a lifetime are but a few of the benefits.
Our veteran cruisers say it best:
"MSF cruises have more to offer people with MS. Anything else is just a cruise."
"It was more than I expected. I keep saying the work 'awesome'."
"Do it. Just do it. Find a way to do it."
"It's a once in a lifetime experience. You hear how other people do things, learn from their experiences and realize you aren't the only person going through something."
"We keep coming back. We always learn something new."
"It's the perfect venue."
-Ben Wade Thrower, M.D. MS Neurologist, MSF Medical Advisor
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