Cruise Trek 2015 ~
“The Caribbean Oasis”
November 7 ~ 14, 2015
A 7-night cruise aboard Royal Caribbean
Lines’ Oasis of the Seas,
with guests Dominic Keating, Vaughn Armstrong,
Robin Curtis, and Lolita Fatjo
Optional Kennedy Space Center Tour ~
||Orlando, Florida – Hotel
||Kennedy Space Center Tour
||9 a.m.||5 or 6 p.m.
||Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – Hotel
Our Cruise Itinerary ~
||Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
|| ||4:30 p.m.
||8 a.m.||5 p.m.
||10:30 a.m.||7 p.m.
||At Sea|| ||
||8 a.m.||7 p.m.
||Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
To attend all Cruise Trek events,
passage must be booked through the Cruise Trek office.
This Cruise Trek Adventure was quite different from any we have
done in the last 20+ years. This time, we set sail on one of the
world’s largest ships . . . and it was cram packed with things
Besides the usual resort-like facilities, there was a rock-climbing wall,
a zip line, an ice rink, and an outdoor aqua theatre. In addition to the
legendary and more progressive entertainment provided by this cruise
line, our ship offered groundbreaking design with seven distinct
neighborhoods built for ultimate enjoyment and entertainment –
Central Park, Royal Promenade, Boardwalk, Pool & Sports
Zone, Entertainment Place, Vitality Spa & Fitness Center, and
Our fellow Cruise Trekkers were ready for a totally excellent
And they joined in the Caribbean for this jam-packed itinerary of
shipboard activities and exotic island port amusements. It was a
week of amazing fun, celebrating the joys in life, and, of course, our
Enjoy interacting with special guests and film celebrities!
Cruise Trekkers pose for the official CT 2015 Caribbean
adventure group shot.
We also has an optional pre-cruise Kennedy Space Center Tour
(KSC). Guided by tour specialists, we explored the world’s
largest launch facility and discover what it takes to launch the space
shuttle from preparation to lift-off.
This optional tour included ~
- Space Shuttle Atlantis ~ This new $100 million
exhibition showcases the priceless, historic shuttle Atlantis
and tells the incredible story of NASA’s 30-year Space Shuttle
Program. Included are multi-media presentations, 60 interactive exhibits,
and high-tech simulators that bring to life the complex systems and
components behind this incredible feat of engineering.
- Launch Control Center Tour ~ Journey inside
the firing room where the last 21 shuttle launches were controlled.
Walk by the computer consoles at which engineers constantly monitored
the launch controls. See the launch countdown clock and large video
monitors on the walls. Enter the bubble room with its wall of interior
windows through which the management team viewed all of the proceedings
below. Re-live the last shuttle launch, Atlantis mission
STS-135, while watching the launch footage in the room where the launch
became part of history.
- Lunch with an Astronaut ~ Get the right stuff at
lunch as we meet a veteran member of NASA’s Astronaut
Corps, have a hot buffet lunch, and participate in a 30-minute interactive
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- Apollo / Saturn V Center ~ The Apollo / Saturn V
Center is the home of the largest rocket ever built – a real Saturn
V 363-foot long moon rocket.
- IMAX Space Films ~ In two giant IMAX theaters,
the dream of spaceflight comes alive. Dramatic footage shot by NASA
astronauts during actual missions will make you feel like you’re
floating alongside them.
The Kennedy Space Center is an active launch facility and as such
is sometimes under construction. Tour offerings are subject to change.
The optional Kennedy Space Center tour included one night
hotel stay in Orlando, one night hotel stay in Ft. Lauderdale, and
transportation from our Orlando Hotel to the Kennedy Space Center
and then to our hotel in Fort Lauderdale, as well as a hotel breakfast
in Orlando, Lunch with an Astronaut at the Kennedy Space Center,
and a stop for dinner at a restaurant on the way to Ft. Lauderdale.
For more details on future Cruise Trek events,
or give us a call at (310) 456-7544.