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Frequently Asked Questions

Cruising with a common interest group is one of the best vacations out there! However because they're different from the everyday cruise, some guests have specific questions.

Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions we get about group cruising.

If you have any additional questions, please call us at (877) 269-0272. If it's a question that might help others, we'll post it here!


1) How many people can stay in a cabin?

  • A limited number of cabins may accommodate up to four guests; however we cannot guarantee availability of these cabins and the rate is the same for all guests. There is no discount for thirds and fourths in the cabin.

2) Is the price the same if I want my own cabin?

  • We have a limited number of single cabins available; the prices for these cabins are listed here.

3) I want to cruise, but I don't have a roommate. Can you pair me with another single person?

  • Unfortunately, due to liability concerns, we are not able to pair singles together.

4) Why is the price cheaper through Carnival?

  • "Farewell to Harmony-The Bon Voyage Fan Cruise" is not just a cruise or a fan experience — it's much more than the cruise that Carnival is offering. We're planning lots of exclusive activities for this group and only those who purchase the cruise here will have access to the closed door events. The private group activities hosted by Eric Martsolf and the rest of his Passions co-stars will not be available to any other guests on the ship.

5) Does the price include airfare to San Diego?

  • No, the price includes cabin, meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes.

6) Can I reserve a cabin with a balcony?

  • Only suites have balconies and we have a limited number available. Reserve your suite soon if you want a balcony!

7) Will Eric Martsolf and the rest of his Passions co-stars be at each event?

  • Each event will feature one or more of your co-hosts. You will have several opportunities to meet your cruise hosts in person! While the hosts will make every effort to appear as scheduled, occasionally we may have to substitute or replace an advertised host due to sickness or personal emergencies. We thank you for your understanding in advance if this situation may occur.

8) What about seasickness?

  • Seasickness is rare on larger cruise ships because they are equipped with stabilizers which are designed to minimize the feeling of movement. If you should feel queasy, medicine is available from your stateroom steward or the ship's doctor. If you are prone to motion sickness, you may want to consult your physician prior to travel. You may also want to stop by your local pharmacy and pick up some Dramamine. But beware! It will only work if you take it BEFORE you start to feel sick. It won't do much good after the fact.