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- Monday, May 23, 2022 - Saturday, May 28, 2022
Missionaries from around the world will gather with us to share projects and critical needs. Special meetings will take place with the missionaries. This 6-day/5-night cruise will be sailing out of Port Canaveral, Florida, on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas. Ports of call are Labadee, Haiti, Coco Cay (Royal Caribbean's private water park island), and two days cruising at sea. Included in this cruise is your cabin, all taxes, all port charges, and all gratuities. You are responsible to get to the ship. You have the choice between an interior cabin (plus $200 in ship credit), an ocean-view cabin (plus $100 in ship credit), or a balcony cabin (no additional credits). Ship credits can be used for excursions, soda or water packages, photos, or shopping on the ship.
During the cruise, we’ll also have times for sharing BGMC ideas, fund-raising ideas, and more.
Please indicate in the registration the type of cabin you are requesting. When registering, we need the full legal name of each person (as it reads on their passport), their email address, their date of birth, their passport number, and their passport expiration date. Each couple (or cruise cabin) who attends is asked to pick up a BGMC project. Most projects start at $5,000 and up. All attendees are subject to the COVID-19 rules that Royal Caribbean implements. (Note: make sure your passport is not expired. If you need a passport, apply now! They are taking months to come in.)Registration closes January 21, 2022.
NOTE: Once a cabin is booked in your name, we cannot cancel the cabin or give the cabin to anyone else after January 21, 2022. If you have to cancel, you'll be responsible to reimburse us the cost of the cabin or to select a project and raise the funds for our missionaries.