On this page you will find answers to common questions about the Cruise and Conference.  If you do not find the answer here contact us and we will be glad to help you.

How do I register to attend?  That’s easy!  Simply CLICK HERE to complete the registration form.

Can I bring a guest with me?  Yes.  Please refer to the “GUESTS” section for more information.

Do I have to pay for my registration up front?  Yes.

When is the deadline to register?  We will accept registrations until June 1, 2022.

Does conference registration include cruise reservations?  No.  You will need to make your cruise reservations separately.  Please refer to the “MAKING A CRUISE RESERVATION” section for more information.



Can I bring a guest with me?  Yes. Registration for all guests, spouses, and/or children  is $199/pp, if they plan to participate in the conference activities (socials, excursions, etc.).

Is there a limit on the number of guests I can bring? No.

Can my guest attend the sessions? Yes, as long as they are registered.

Are there things to do for kids/teens?  YES!  The ship has a number of activities to keep your kids entertained while you are on board.

Can a pregnant woman cruise?  If a pregnant guest as entered or is entering their 24th week before or during the cruise, the are NOT ABLE to travel.  Guests who are pregnant and under 23 weeks of pregnancy for the length of the cruise must have a FIT TO TRAVEL note from their physician.

Can I bring an infant? An infant must be at least six (6) months old as of the first day of the cruise.



How to I book my cruise reservation?  All reservations are done through the group sales department of Royal Caribbean.  Call (800) 465-3595 and reference group ID 430176.

Does my event ticket cover the cost of my accommodations?  No.  As with all other conferences travel and accommodations are the responsibility of the individual.

How much are the staterooms?  There are three types of rooms in our block: 

  • Ocean View $449
  • Interior Room $369
  • Ocean View with Balcony $569

Does the cruise line provide a shuttle from the airport to the cruise terminal? Transfers from the airport to the cruise port are available for purchase when you book your reservation.

What is the best way to book my flights?  Royal Caribbean recommends the Air2Sea program.  You can select the airline, schedule and price that works best for you when making your cruise reservation.

What do I need to book my reservation?  Each traveler will be required to provide the following at the time of booking:

  • Name as it appears on travel documents
  • Citizenship
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Mailing address
  • Telephone number
  • Email address
  • Proper deposit

Do I need a passport? It is possible to travel to the Bahamas from the United States without a passport, but it is not advisable. US citizens can enter the Bahamas without a passport, they can not legally re-enter the US without proper documentation. A passport, passport card, or other Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI)-compliant documentation is required for US citizens to enter or re-enter the United States.

Does the Real ID take the place of a passport?  No.

What is not covered by my cruise price?

  • Air transportation
  • Ground transportation
  • Event ticket(s)
  • Shore excursions (except those that are sponsored by our group)
  • Meals and accommodations ashore
  • Select beverages or beverage packages (can be purchased ahead of time)
  • Photographs
  • Gratuities (recommended amount if $54.00/per person for the entire cruise)
  • Taxes, fees and port expenses (106.07/per person)
  • Telephone calls
  • Specialty restaurants (unless you participate in a dine around)

What is the format for the conference?  There will be two four hour blocks of meetings on Saturday and Sunday from 8am-12pm.  See full intinerary.

Who is presenting?  We are still working on that. Check back soon. 

Can my spouse/guest attend the sessions?  Yes. As long as they are a registered guest. 



We will offer several options for shore excursions for you to choose from when you register.  These options are sponsored and are limited to 20 people per excursion.  If you are not interested in one of the excursions, use the links below to see what there is to do.

What is there to do on the ship?  Click HERE to explore all of the options.

What is there to at CocoCay? Click HERE to see what there is to do while we are CocoCay on Saturday.

What is there to do in Nassau? Click HERE to see what there is to do in Nassau on Sunday.