Date:08/30/2018From:Ft. LauderdalePrice:$434 Book Now
Nights:4To:Ft. LauderdalePer Day:$109
Date:August 30, 2018 From:Ft. Lauderdale
Nights:4To:Ft. Lauderdale
Line:CarnivalPrice:$434
Ship:Conquest Daily:$109
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Experiencing Restlessness? Destroy It By Visiting Two Ports in Four Days.

Prepare for four days of breathtaking travel through the sea when you join the Carnival Conquest from Ft. Lauderdale and back. The Conquest, based in the Caribbean and refurbished only one year ago in 2017, is a large highly-rated ship that can house comfortably over 3,500 guests.

This trip is special because you'll only spend time in unusual stops such as Half Moon Cay and Nassau. This route is a standard one for the Conquest.

This includes all all taxes and fees, no surprises at checkout! With a cost of less than $110 per day, this is a good deal. Book now, because the price of this cruise is on the way up! Lock in your stateroom before the price rises.

Day 4: Nassau
The Conquest

Pricing Information

The accompanying graph indicates the price over time for every class of cabin. Since being listed nineteen months ago, the cost of this cruise has varied between $344 and $454 for a room, including $95 in taxes and port charges. This itinerary has just risen in price, so secure your stateroom now before it rises even more.

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$434 $474 $574 $1,059
$108.50 per day $118.50 per day $143.50 per day $264.75 per day
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Your Itinerary

This cruise consists of two days in port and one day at sea. Highlights include visits to less common destinations like Half Moon Cay and Nassau.

DatePortArriveDepart
Thu, Aug 30Fort Lauderdale, FL4:00pm
Fri, Aug 31At Sea
Sat, Sep 1Half Moon Cay, Bahamas8:00am4:00pm
Sun, Sep 2Nassau, Bahamas8:00am5:00pm
Mon, Sep 3Fort Lauderdale, FL8:00am

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The Conquest sails this route once this year. The Nieuw Statendam also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.



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