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					                               Please join us for our
                        7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise
                            Aboard Royal Caribbean’s
                                 Oasis of the Seas

                            September 22 - September 29, 2012




                                           Itinerary


           Day       Port *                            Arrive      Depart    Activity
           22-Sep Fort Lauderdale, Florida                         5:00 PM
           23-Sep Nassau, Bahamas                      7:00 AM     2:00 PM   Docked
           24-Sep Cruising
           25-Sep Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 9:00 AM             6:00 PM   Docked
           26-Sep Philipsburg, St. Maarten             8:00 AM     5:00 PM   Docked
           27-Sep Cruising
           28-Sep Cruising
           29-Sep Fort Lauderdale, Florida             7:00 AM
           *All itineraries are subject to change without notice



                     Please join us for an exciting cruise aboard the
                             Magnificent Oasis of the Seas!

Bookings must be made through Card Player Cruises to have access to the poker room.


                      Book today to receive the best cabin selection
        Call Card Player Cruises at 888/999-4880 or 702/655-0919
                                                  Cruise Highlights

                  Card Player Cruises invites you to visit these exotic ports with us!




                                   Nassau, Bahamas:
                                   For a city now known for its warming sun and balmy breezes, Nassau has a
                                   tumultuous past. First settled by the English, the area was contested by
                                   England, France and Spain. For many years, Nassau was a home base for
                                   notorious pirates, and it was burned to the ground by the Spanish three
                                   different times. Since 1740, however, visitors from all over the world in
                                   search of both relaxation and adventure have made Nassau their favorite
                                   destination.

    Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas:
    St. Thomas is known as an idyllic vacation spot today, but its history is not so
    peaceful. In the 18th century, the island was at the center of a bustling pirate
    culture, as swashbuckling pirates such as Blackbeard and Drake traded stolen
    wares in the port of Charlotte Amalie. This world-renowned Caribbean island
    is home to amazing beaches, gorgeous sea and landscapes, and unbelievable
    duty-free shopping.


                                    Philipsburg, St. Maarten:
                                    When the Spanish closed their colonial fort on St. Maarten in 1648, a few
                                    Dutch and French soldiers hid on the island and decided to share it. Soon
                                    after, the Netherlands and France signed a formal agreement to split St.
                                    Maarten in half, as it is today. Philipsburg displays its Dutch heritage in its
                                    architecture and landscaping. The island offers endless stretches of beach,
                                    beautiful landscapes and great shopping.



Things You Don't Want to Miss:

Nassau, Bahamas:
Visit the luxurious Bahamian resort, Atlantis in Paradise Island. Interact with amazing dolphins at Atlantis Dolphin Cay, one of
the largest dolphin habitats in the world. Register for the Aquaventure program, the premier water park in the Caribbean, and
participate on a Discover Atlantis Tour. View more than 50,000 fascinating species of marine life in the largest open air aquarium
in the world.

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas:
While the beaches and ocean are beautiful, there is one thing that really sets St. Thomas apart - shopping. Browse through the
shop-lined streets of Charlotte Amalie and find out why St. Thomas is called the "duty-free shopping capital of the world." Shop
for duty-free trinkets and bargains on everything from liquor to imported china and crystal. Visitors can bring home $1,200 in
merchandise without paying duty - twice the limit of most of the Caribbean.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten:
Compete in an actual race on an America's Cup shortened course. Grind a winch, trim a sail or just sit back and enjoy.
Professional sailors will give you a quick lesson, then you're off to compete on Stars and Stripes, one of the most famous
sailboats in the world.




                                  Book today to receive the best cabin selection
                 Call Card Player Cruises at 888/999-4880 or 702/655-0919
                                       Staterooms - Oasis of the Seas
                                                                          Owner’s Suite:
                                                                          Two twin beds (can convert to Queen). Private bathroom
                                                                          with tub, shower and two sinks, marble entry, large closets,
                                                                          living area with table and sofa. Private balcony with table
                                                                          and chairs. (569.4 sq. ft., balcony 246.5 sq. ft.) Also
                                                                          includes hair dryer, TV, radio, phone, mini refrigerator,
                                                                          and safe. Category OS




                                                                          Grand Suite:
                                                                          Two twin beds (can convert to Queen). Private bathroom
                                                                          with tub and two sinks, marble entry, large closets, sitting
                                                                          area with table and sofa. (371 sq. ft., balcony 105 sq. ft.)
                                                                          Also includes hair dryer, TV, radio, phone, mini
                                                                          refrigerator, and safe.
                                                                          Category GS



                                                                          Junior Suite:
                                                                          Two twin beds (can convert to Queen). Private bathroom
                                                                          with tub, sitting area with table and sofa. (287.4 sq. ft.,
                                                                          balcony 78.6 sq. ft.) Also includes hair dryer, TV, radio,
                                                                          phone, mini refrigerator, and safe.
                                                                          Category JS




                                                                          Ocean View Balcony:
                                                                          Two twin beds (can convert into queen-size), private
                                                                          balcony, sitting area, and a private bathroom. (182 sq. ft.,
                                                                          balcony 53.8 sq. ft.) Also includes hair dryer, TV, radio,
                                                                          phone, mini refrigerator, and safe.
                                                                          Category D7 & D8




                                                                          Ocean View:
                                                                          Two twin beds (can convert Queen), private bathroom and
                                                                          sitting area. (178.7 sq. ft.) Also includes hair dryer, TV,
                                                                          radio, phone, mini refrigerator, and safe.
                                                                          Category H & I




                                                                          Inside: Two twin beds (can convert to Queen), private
                                                                          bathroom and sitting area. (150.7 sq. ft.) Also includes hair
                                                                          dryer, TV, radio, phone, mini refrigerator, and safe.
                                                                          Category M & N




  Please Note: Smoking is not permitted inside any stateroom or on Oasis class Boardwalk or Central Park private balconies, however, it is
  permitted on private ocean view balconies of balcony/suite staterooms



Stateroom availability is subject to change without notice. Please contact us for more details.

                                 Book today to receive the best cabin selection
             Call Card Player Cruises at 888/999-4880 or 702/655-0919
                                             Oasis of the Seas

                                              Ship Highlights
Guests on Oasis of the Seas can now enjoy the DreamWorks® Experience, adding another level of unbelievable
adventure to the already incredible collection of onboard experiences for the whole family. The DreamWorks®
Experience lets you create unforgettable moments with your favorite characters from Shrek®, MadagascarTM,
Kung Fu PandaTM and How to Train Your DragonTM. Guests can pose for pictures with characters, interact with
them during meals, laugh at their antics during parades, and watch their movies in our new 3D theaters - all at no
extra charge.

Experience the most innovative and imaginative ship yet, Oasis of the SeasSM - where, for the first time ever,
entertainment areas have become neighborhoods at sea. Find a revolutionary public space combining nature with
nautical in our Central Park neighborhood, or old-world charm with a modern twist in the entertaining Boardwalk
neighborhood. Visit the Pool and Sports Zone to explore an entire deck of pools, rock-climbing walls, basketball
courts and more. And don't forget the Youth Zone - where kids can be kids and parents can be worry-free. With a
total of seven distinct onboard neighborhoods, everyone can discover a place for unique experiences.

With 28 ultra-modern loft suites and 2,700 spacious staterooms, this 16-deck marvel proves that the impossible, is
possible. You have to see it to believe it.


Ship Features:                                             Ship Facts
7 distinctly designed neighborhoods including:
     • Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness                          •   Guest Capacity: 5,400 double occupancy; 6,360
     • Solo and couple massage suites                               maximum
     • Youth spa                                                •   Gross Tonnage: 225,282
     • Complete hair and makeup services                        •   Staterooms: 2,700
     • 158 state-of-the-art cardio and resistance               •   Decks: 16 high
          machines                                              •   Length: 1,187'
     • Pilates, kickboxing, yoga and spinning classes           •   Max Beam: 215.7'
     • Vitality Café                                            •   Draft: 30'
     • Pool and Sports Zone                                     •   Cruising Speed: 22 knots
     • H2O Zone aqua park for kids
     • 4 pools and 10 whirlpools
     • Tranquil poolside Solarium area
     • 2 Flowriders®, sports courts, mini-golf and Zip
          line
     • Solarium Bistro, Wipe Out Café and Bar
     • Entertainment Place
     • Casino Royale
     • Studio B, featuring ice shows
     • Opal Theater - 1,380-seat venue
     • Blaze Nightclub, Jazz on 4, Comedy Live
     • Dazzles, featuring musical spectacles ranging
          from big band to disco
     • Youth Zone
     • Play - open gym and activity area
     • Adventure Ocean Theater and Science Lab
     • The Workshop - includes activities such as
          jewelry making & scrapbooking
     • Royal Babies & Royal Tots - nursery service
     • Teen Areas including Fuel disco, The Living
          Room lounge, the Back Deck and more


                              Book today to receive the best cabin selection
               Call Card Player Cruises at 888/999-4880 or 702/655-0919
                                     The excitement never stops on a
                                    Card Player Cruises poker cruise!




                                                Poker Room




Card Player Cruises proudly features a professional, fully staffed, non-smoking poker room. The poker room is
usually open for play immediately after the first-seating dinner on your departure day. The poker room remains open
throughout most of the cruise except when the ship is in port.

Free beginner lessons for novices are offered, followed by a low limit hold’em game for beginners only.

The Card Player Cruises staff will be happy to spread any game and limit that enough players want to play.

A general guideline regarding the games and limits on most cruises is as follows:
Texas hold’em: $2-$4, $4-$8, $10-$20, $20-$40
Omaha/8: $4-$8, $10-$20, occasionally higher
Mixed games: $20-$40, occasionally higher
No-limit hold’em at blinds of $1-$3 and $2-$5 with capped buy-ins


All poker games are open to anyone 18 years and older.



                                   Great poker action - Exciting ports

                                            Don’t miss this cruise!

                              Book today to receive the best cabin selection
               Call Card Player Cruises at 888/999-4880 or 702/655-0919

				
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