Save Big On Upcoming Alaska Trip With Card Player Cruises
Book Now For $300-$500 Discount
For a limited time only, you can save big by booking a trip with Card Player Cruises aboard Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas for a seven-night Alaska Sawyer Glacier Cruise.
From now until Mar. 9, Card Player Cruises is offering fares that are between $300 and $500 lower than you can find anywhere else. After Mar. 9, however, these current fares will no longer be available. So be sure to act fast.
The seven-night cruise departs from Seattle on May 20, 2016 and features exciting ports of call such as Juneau, Skagway, Tracy Arm Fjord and Victoria, British Columbia. In addition to being able to play in the best poker room at sea, you can also walk on glaciers, fish for salmon and even mush a dog sled team!
The Explorer of the Seas is equipped with plenty of fun activities such as the FlowRider surf simulator, a 3D movie theater, mini golf, water slides, Broadway-style shows, duty-free shopping and 15 cover-free bars, clubs and lounges.
The Card Player Cruises staff is happy to spread any poker game and limit that the players request, but usual games for most cruises include limit hold’em with stakes of $2-$4 up to $20-$40, Omaha eight-or-beter from $4-$8 to $10-$20, mixed games at $20-$40 and even higher, as well as no-limit hold’em at $1-$2 and $2-$5. Tournaments will be announced.
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