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TEACH YOUR HEART OUT Cruise 2021

TEACH YOUR HEART OUT CRUISE - MIAMI - 2021

July 12 - 16, 2021


Want to learn some new and innovative classroom strategies? Are you looking for some strategies that are on the cutting edge and research based? Does your passion for teaching need to be reignited? Join us as we host the Teach Your Heart Out! Conference. We want to inspire you to give it all that you've got for the sake of the kids! You will spend two entire days hearing from leading educators. We have also added special education sessions. All of the presenters will share their expertise, passion and zeal for teaching. We even have a special session for administrators and lead teachers. It is so important that leaders learn with their teachers. All presenters will give you their die hard teaching methods that you will be able to take back to your classroom. You will leave the conference feeling exhilarated and motivated.

The Teach Your Heart Out conference will be an engaging and uplifting day for all educators. Are you ready to be inspired?

Wifi is for 18 years and older

SAILING ITINERARY


    • Date
    • Port
    • Arrive
    • Depart
  • Date
    7/12/2021
    Port
    MIAMI (Embark)
    Arrive
    -
    Depart
    3:30 PM
  • Date
    7/13/2021
    Port
    KEY WEST
    Arrive
    7:30 AM
    Depart
    1:30 PM
  • Date
    7/14/2021
    Port
    COZUMEL MX
    Arrive
    12:00 PM
    Depart
    8:00 PM
  • Date
    7/15/2021
    Port
    AT SEA
    Arrive
    -
    Depart
    -
  • Date
    7/16/2021
    Port
    MIAMI
    Arrive
    8:00 AM
    Depart
    -


CARNIVAL

CONQUEST

Cruising aboard Carnival Conquest elevates fun at sea to an art form — the ship demonstrates a true mastery of the craft with an onboard collage of fun spots for you to enjoy, like Guy's Burger Joint™, RedFrog Rum Bar® and SkyBox™ Sports Bar.

There's fun everywhere you look, from the dance club (great for people-watching) to the show lounges (great for show-watching). Alchemy Bar® serves up not only one-of-a-kind drinks, but a complete experience for your senses. There's even The Punchliner Comedy Club™, which gives stand-up comedians a microphone and a place to share their craft for your enjoyment. Speaking of microphones, at Lip Sync Battle™: Carnival, we'll give you one to hold... all you've got to do is act like you're singing into it. Bring your stage moves, future star! And let's not forget Seuss at Sea™ , which turns classic Dr. Seuss stories and characters into big fun for all.

You don't need to be able to tell a Monet from a Renoir to dine in our two artful dining rooms, you just need to be hungry. You don't need a performing arts degree to enjoy lively musical shows onstage at Playlist Productions™, but you can say you're experiencing art from your seat. You don't even need to read a rule book to enjoy Hasbro, The Game Show, where big fun takes the stage in a live game show anyone can enjoy.

With delicious food, bars and entertainment, Carnival Conquest features a scene for everybody.



Wifi is for 18 years and older

CARNIVAL

CARNIVAL

Interior


NON-EDUCATOR
$672.60* 
Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,072.60* 
Per Person

 

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Ocean View


NON-EDUCATOR
$711.60* 
Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,111.60* 
Per Person

 

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Balcony


NON-EDUCATOR
$796.60* 
Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,196.60* 
Per Person

 

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL
Junior Suite

Sold Out*
Per Person


*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)


CARNIVAL

Ocean Suite


NON-EDUCATOR
$1,124.80* 
Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,524.80* 
Per Person

 

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Grand Suite


NON-EDUCATOR
$1,364.80* 
Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,764.80* 
Per Person

 

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Captain's Suite


NON-EDUCATOR
$2,124.80* 
Per Perso


EDUCATOR
$2,524.80* 
Per Person

 

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

PORTS OF CALL




MIAMI - KEY WEST - COZUMEL

July 12 - 16, 2021





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Interior Stateroom


An Interior stateroom is the most affordable way to cruise, and Carnival Conquest's interiors are not just cozy, but are full of things you'd expect from any Carnival stateroom: a full private bathroom, Carnival Comfort Collection linens and more.

NON-EDUCATOR
$672.60* Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,072.60* Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

Ocean View Stateroom


Catch a glimpse of what's going by from your Ocean View stateroom aboard Carnival Conquest, where you'll get views you won't find anywhere on land. Don't miss sunrise and sunset at sea — your comfy stateroom is the best way to experience these!

NON-EDUCATOR
$711.60* Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,111.60* Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

Balcony Stateroom


Balcony staterooms were designed for maximum sea breeze and the most stunning views, so look to a balcony if you're looking to cruise aboard Carnival Conquest. Any time you're in your room, you're just steps away from your own personal outdoor oasis, featuring the sort of sea view you can also feel.

NON-EDUCATOR
$796.60* Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,196.60* Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

Junior Suite


As you step into a Junior Suite aboard Carnival Conquest, you can't help but feel that you're stepping into full-size luxury in a smaller package. Featuring a standard-size balcony, in a Carnival Conquest Junior Suite you'll find everything else there is to love about a suite, including VIP check-in, a walk-in closet... and even a whirlpool tub for relaxing.

Sold Out*Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

Ocean Suite


A Carnival Conquest suite is the ultimate way to cruise. With more space for stretching out indoors, plus a large balcony for kicking back outdoors, try an Ocean Suite to experience private, luxurious relaxation. Ocean Suites also include VIP check-in, walk-in closet and bathroom with whirlpool tub.

NON-EDUCATOR
$1,124.80*Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,524.80* Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

Grand Suite


A Grand Suite aboard Carnival Conquest features even more space than the standard suite — plenty of room in your room! This stateroom is loaded for an unparalleled experience: VIP check-in, a huge balcony, and even a convenient dressing area with vanity.

NON-EDUCATOR
$1,364.80*Per Person


EDUCATOR
$1,764.80* Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

Captain's Suite


This is the best room you can get… without bunking up with the guy himself. A Captain’s Suite aboard Carnival Conquest features tons of indoor space, and a huge balcony when you need a little more. Back inside you’ll find a king-size bed, two full bathrooms (one with whirlpool tub), plus a separate living room that sleeps another three. And VIP check-in? Naturally.

NON-EDUCATOR
$2,124.80*Per Person


EDUCATOR
$2,524.80* Per Person

*Included in cruise pricing: All taxes, fees & port charges and tips, wifi, and cocktail party. Prices are per person in (USD)

CARNIVAL

Please note: Staterooms/Suites may vary in size and configuration from that pictured.

COCHEM, GERMANY

COCHEM, GERMANY - Day 4 and 5

Cochem is a traditional German town with half-timbered houses and an exceptionally scenic location on the Mosel river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.

Few towns in Germany can match the charm of Cochem. Its picturesque beauty, makes it a favourite place for visitors. Legend, folklore and a rich web of history is woven into every street. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Mosel river valley, between the Eifel and Hundsrück. It is surrounded by high elevations, steep vineyards and typical wine villages, offering tastings, festivals and genuine hospitality.

Cochem, itself, is a showpiece gem and rated as one of the prettiest villages along the Mosel. Little seems to have changed for centuries. The town has many fine buildings, quaint cottages, black & tan guild houses and winding streets. The town square, lined with its half-timbered houses, is particularly fine. and Cochem Castle, (Schloss Reichsburg) dramatically rises above the town.

Cochem is the center of the Mosel wine trade, fondly known for its regional wines because of the presence of the many vineyards and small family-run wineries in the nearby towns along the river.

Early in the 19th century the first real tourists came to Cochem. Mostly English artists, they recorded the romance and beauty of the Mosel Valley in their drawings and paintings. The development of Cochem into the first real tourist center on the Moselle came in the 1930s.

The Mosel river flows between the main town and the Cond district. One may cross the river by one of two connecting bridges. A wide boulevard runs along the river, with a number of river-view hotels, restaurants, bars and seating areas. From here one can also take river tours at frequent intervals.

TRIER, GERMANY

TRIER, GERMANY - Day 6 and 7

Trier, in the Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany, is the country's oldest city, dating from Roman times.

Trier is a varied travel destination for guests from all over the world, a popular conference and congress location, a unique holiday and relaxation location. Trier is the starting point for trips to the Moselle and Saar, the Eifel and the Hunsrück as well as to the neighboring countries of Luxembourg, Belgium and France. The monuments are stone witnesses from the Roman and electoral times. Both the Porta Nigra, the Kaiserthermen, the amphitheater, the Barbarathermen, the newly excavated Viehmarktthermen and the Roman bridge over the Moselle still show us the stately dimensions of a once magnificent Roman city. The many guests who visit the city year in and year out are enchanted by the unique ambience, which allows the old and the new to overlap.

Trier is an open-air museum of European architecture with buildings from the Roman, Romanesque and Gothic periods, as well as the Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism. The city has been the center of the Moselle region for centuries. In addition to a university and a university, it houses the European Academy of Fine Arts and the European Academy of Law. Trier is rich in cultural institutes and schools.

BERNKASTEL, GERMANY

BERNKASTEL, GERMANY - Day 8

Bernkastel sits peacefully in the Moselle Valley and is as romantic and picture-perfect as it gets. Explore by foot its scenic streets, taverns and vineyards, and enjoy a tasting of exceptional regional Rieslings. Aside from the medieval marketplace, a must-see is the Graach Gate, the last remaining town gate of Bernkastel-Kues. Its original purpose was that of protection, helping to ward off foreign aggression in the 1300s, but now it’s a museum of local history and a beloved landmark. If a bike is your transportation of choice, cycle along the dreamy paths of the Middle Moselle.

The historic market square with its fountain, the Renaissance town hall and the ensemble of centuries-old half-timbered houses as well as the almost legendary pointed house is a highlight of every visit to Bernkastel. You can also stroll and shop in the old town and enjoy Moselle cuisine and wine. The castle ruin Burg Landshut towers high above the old town . Bernkastel has numerous cobbled streets of the old town and the lovingly maintained houses.

Miami, Florida

MIAMI, FLORIDA

Miami and Miami Beach are known as a holiday paradise at the southeastern coast of Florida.
The main attractions of the city of Miami include the Cuban quarter of Little Havana which is famous for its restaurants and its cultural events.
Miami Beach is known for its beaches and the Art Deco buildings of South Beach. With its hotels, restaurants, shops and night clubs, Miami Beach is a perfect destination for relaxed days under the tropical sun.
The Everglades and the Florida Keys are worth a visit in the vicinity.

KEY WEST, FLORIDA

KEY WEST, FLORIDA

Key West is packed with coastal-town energy and layers of American history just waiting to be discovered. Enjoy a laidback Caribbean vibe with a dash of the high life in Key West. The southernmost island of the Florida Keys, Key West is a sunny, fun-loving place with plenty of charm, and more than a little touristy goofiness. (But that’s optional.) Key West has palm-shaded streets lined with gaily-painted bungalows, vintage saloons and blooming tropical flowers. Whether life’s a beach or you’re life of the party, Key West definitely over-delivers.

Located in the southernmost part of Florida, the island city of Key West is known for its rich history, conch-style houses and laid-back attitude. It was once home to famed author, Ernest Hemingway. The Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum is a popular Key West tourist destination. Key West is also a great destination for having fun in the sun with white sandy beaches, and pristine coral reefs.

The island is about 4 miles long and 1 mile wide, so you can easily walk or bike your way around the city.

COZUMEL, MEXICO

COZUMEL, MEXICO

Cozumel is proof that Mexico can do ‘island flavor’ with the best of the Caribbean. It may not be the biggest island in the sea, but Cozumel offers a huge variety of things to do, see, taste and explore. This island just happens to be perched atop a coral reef, which promises hours of snorkeling or scuba diving fun. Cruises to Cozumel dock at the island’s heart — just minutes from San Miguel’s seafront shops and the white sand beach at Chankanaab National Park. Drift among star corals and sea fans on a Cozumel diving excursion or simply kick back on the beach beneath your own palm palapa as the turquoise waves roll in. With non-stop zip line action, ancient discoveries at the nearby Mayan ruins, or time spent with your toes in the sand, a cruise to Cozumel may just top your best vacations list… before you even get home.