Welcome to all
the girls going on the Bachelorette Cruise.
It's time for the girls to mix and
Let's celebrate these last days of being single!
About Your Cruise...
- You must
provide proper identification to go on the cruise. A passport is the
only acceptable form of ID.
- Your group's dinner seating each
night is at 7:00 PM
(Two tables of ten)
- Dress casual
- Bring hats, sunscreen - sun on the
open sea is intense
- Recommend fanny packs or shoulder
strap purses for safety of belongings
- Cell phone use in Mexico may have
Monarch of the Seas
As a member
of the bachelorette party you will be one of the first to experience
the recent stem-to-stern renovation of Monarch of the Seas. Departing
from L.A., this remarkable 2,744-guest cruise ship sets sail for your
bachelorette cruise destination of Baja, Mexico. In addition to the
spectacular on-shore excitement, you'll enjoy Monarch's
state-of-the-art features, like the new, oversized spa and fitness
center, specialty Asian-fusion cuisine at Jade, a make-your-own
pizzeria, and, of course, Royal Caribbean's signature rock-climbing
wall. Party on!
beds (can convert into queen-size), vanity area, and a private
bathroom. (119 sq. ft.)
Spa and Fitness Center (includes Sauna and Steamroom)
2 Outdoor Pools
Open-air Basketball Court
Spectacular Dining Rooms
Jade Sushi Bar and Asian-fusion
Windjammer Cafe - Casual Buffet
Themed Bars and Lounges, including
Boleros Latin-themed lounge
Coffee House featuring Seattle's Best Coffee®
Ben & Jerry's® Ice Ceam
Adventure Ocean® Youth Facilities,
including Teen-only Areas
Voyage: November 17, 1991
Passenger Capacity: 2,744
Godmother: Lauren Bacall
Gross Tonnage: 73,941
Cruising Speed: 19 knots (21.9 mph)
Shipboard accommodations, ocean transportation, most meals, some
beverages and most onboard entertainment.
Air transportation**; transfers**; items of a personal nature, such as
shore & land excursions**, specialty restaurant fees, some
beverages, photographs, gratuities/service fees, medical services, etc.
** You can add these during or after the reservation process.
of the U.S. border lies a vibrant culture, world-class beaches, lush
green rain forests, and vividly painted architecture that will dazzle
your eyes. Whether your idea of adventure is exploring a colonial city
or discovering the joys of a siesta on a white-sand beach, a Mexican
cruise vacation is perfect for you.
Alongside mountains, desert and sea, Ensenada
offers a warm and wonderful introduction to Mexico. The oldest
community on the Baja Peninsula, it was first visited by Spanish
missionaries in the 17th century. Today it's a thriving seaport.
Ensenada's breezy climate invites exploration, shopping for colorful
handicrafts, dining on delectable seafood, viewing the wonderful Gold
Coast, and sipping cervezas in lively cantinas.
For a popular day trip in Ensenada, travel through the city
and into the countryside, past farms and olive groves, to La
Bufadora, an amazing natural blowhole. During incoming tide, waves rush
into an underground cavern and force a waterspouting of seawater 70
feet into the air through crevices formed in the rock face of the
cliff. The area is newly renovated with botanical gardens and various
observation decks, several with handicapped access. La Bufadora is
located 22 miles south of Ensenada near the tip of Punta Banda
peninsula. Taxis are available in town. The 40 minute ride costs about
$8 round trip with 4 or more people. If you drive, parking is available
at between $1-$2 US a car. There are many food and trinket shops on the
walkway to La Bufadora.
Fun Things to Do
Enjoy some sightseeing and shopping
in downtown Ensenada, then take in the excitement of a Mexican
Folkloric Fiesta featuring singers, dancers, and a mariachi band.
Experience the unique art of wine
making and sample some of the local favorites on an informative tour of
Mexico's finest wineries.
Play golf at the Bajamar Ocean Front Golf Course. A long-ball hitter's
delight, this course offers pleasant fairway shots and smooth greens.
Ensenada offers an abundance
of quality items, such as fine silver,
leather, and glassware unique to Mexico, at unbeatable prices. Through
the vast array of handmade arts and crafts, rated among the finest in
the world, you can experience Mexico and the Mexican people firsthand.
Home of the renowned Taxco sterling silver, this is where you will find
an array of your favorite designs and traditional Mexican styles.
Ensenada is also known for leather goods; various textures of leather
are used to make handmade bags, purses, jackets and belts. For the
value-minded shopper, a bounty of unique items, such as stained glass,
hand-blown glass, pottery, onyx, and woodcarvings, is widely available.
Mexico's currency is the peso (MXN). The $ sign is used to refer to
pesos, so don't be shocked at the price tags. Any prices in U.S.
dollars are listed as US$ or USD. Many hotels, restaurants and shops
accept U.S. dollars as well as major credit cards, which usually offer
you a good exchange rate.