Girls Just Wanna Have JESUS Fun Cruise | June 30-July 4, 2022

This is a women's retreat at sea, over 4 nights (Thursday afternoon to Monday morning), June 30-July 4, 2022.

The ship is the beautiful Carnival Breeze, sailing from Galveston.

Although it's a really really good idea to bring your passport, you don't need one for this "closed loop" cruise, where we start and end at the same port. A certified copy or the original of your birth certificate, plus a government-issued photo ID such as your drivers license, will suffice.

Per-person double-occupancy prices:
Port taxes and fees are included. This includes your room, food and beverage (excluding alcohol), and entertainment:

  • Balcony $841.86
  • Ocean View $742.86
  • Inside $640.86

Payment deadlines:

  • $25/person deposit by December 14
  • $150/person due by March 2 - locks in the cabin
  • Final payment due on April 8

At the end of the cruise (or in advance, if you prefer), each person pays Carnival $55.96 gratuities for our cabin stewards and dining room wait staff.

I'm also asking everyone to send me $50 by June 5, along with your t-shirt size, for retreat expenses.

When you're ready to book:

Email our travel agent/angel Wendy at 3D Travel Company: with:

  • Your legal name listed on your passport/ID birthdate
  • Room category you would like (balcony, interior, ocean view)
  • Address
  • Phone number

Let Wendy know:

  • If you want travel insurance (she will provide a quote through Travel Guard)
  • If you want to add pre-paid gratuities ($55.96/person)

You can drive down Wednesday afternoon or evening and stay in a Galveston hotel to decrease your travel stress, or leave early early on Thursday and drive down to arrive around noon or early afternoon. Incidentally, my favorite Galveston hotel is the Quality Inn on the Seawall.

(We have to be on board by 2:30 at the latest.)

For those flying in: there is no commercial airport in Galveston, so you'll have to fly into Houston, which has two airports. Hobby (served by Southwest Airlines) is closer to Galveston. The day of the cruise, you can use the Carnival shuttle which runs between the airports and the pier. Flying in the morning of a cruise is always a gamble; it's better to fly in the day before and get a hotel. (You purchase shuttle tickets from within your booking at Cheaper possibilities are the daily shuttles between the airports and Galveston, Galveston Express and Galveston Limo.. If you fly in the day before and get a hotel near the airport, you can use the hotel shuttle to go back to the airport in the morning and catch the Carnival shuttle, which only runs on embarkation and debarkation days. The upside of the more expensive Carnival shuttle is that if anything were to cause a delay once you're on the shuttle, they would hold the ship for you!

Any questions? Feel free to ask! or 972-977-8301.