The next "Cruise With The Champions" is set for
January 2-6, 2020 in which will be the "26th Annual CWTC".
The cruise with sail aboard the Carnival Sunrise for a four day
exotic Bahama cruise. Contact "Cruise With The Champions" today
to book your vacation with us. Prices start at $610 per person
(Based on Balcony Cabin) and up which includes: Cruise, Cruise
Shirt, Port Charges, Fuel Surcharge, Food (On Ship), and
"26th Annual Cruise With The Champions"
Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Fun Day At Sea
Princess Cays / The Bahamas
Nassau / The Bahamas
Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Activities (On Ship):
Depending on the ship there are many fun and exciting activities
for our guests to enjoy on ship. Some of those activities may
include: Waterworks, Pools, Theaters, Casinos, Spas, Clubs,
Fitness Centers, Mini Golf, Basketball, Video Arcades, and more.
Activities (Off Ship):
Depending on our cruise locations there are many fun and
exciting activities for our guests to enjoy off ship. Some of
those activities may include: Cave Tubing, Snorkeling, See The
Dolphins, Shopping, Tours, Freefall, and more.
Dining (On Ship):
There are many styles of dining throughout the ship including:
Restaurants, Buffet Bars, Private Dining Rooms, etc. The ship
offers many different types of meals so there's something for
Is a Passport required?
YES. Your local Walgreens, CVS, etc. can take Passport photos on
the spot and then fill out the Passport form via your local
Court House, Post Office, etc. Allow at minimum 90 days to send
off and get your Passport. So If you are going on the cruise and
do not have a Passport, order it ASAP!
How many people usually
The amount of people that
join our cruises varies from year to year however most of the
Carnival ships we sail on host 2,500-3,000 guest per voyage.
With that many people on
ship, isn't it crowded feeling?
Not at all. The layout and design of the ships truly can give
you what you make of it. While the breakfast lines on at sea
days can be long, for the most part everyone on board does their
own thing. Disembarking at ports at their own time, split dining
times keeps the restaurants flowing and never crowded, and the
just down right huge ships that Carnival has; You actually can
find spaces to be alone on a ship of thousands if that is your
idea of vacation fun.
Speaking of dining, Do you have to wear a Tux/Cocktail dress to
dinner every night?
Not at all. There will
typically be two formal nights on the 7 day cruise and even then
alternative dining options can provide those "racing rednecks" a
place to congregate if the formal thing isn't their preference.
Typically, Sunday clothes work perfect for dinner in the formal
dining room and with all the CWTC group at the same dinner
seating, we typically go all casual as long as its no
Do you have to be a series
or track champion to go?
NO! The cruise is open to any racer, any fan, anyone! The cruise
does sponsor a couple of series' with a cruise to be awarded for
season long accomplishments (For instance the Lucas Oil Series
Crew Chief of the year). Several tracks have signed up to award
their track champion a cruise as part of their Track
Championship prizes and we welcome any track to contact us to
discuss this program further. The cruise is made up of a few
racers, lots of family members, lots of racing fans, and several
sponsor related people all united by their love of stock car
Is there an opportunity to
get autographs of the racers?
Why of course! CWTC host a cocktail party during the cruise with
free cocktails for those that want and a slide program that
always draws a few laughs and giggles as it highlights the past
cruise and showcases all the drivers on that years cruise (Which
reminds us drivers to be sure to send us a car shot of your race
car after you sign up for the cruise). We usually pose for a
huge group photo on one of the decks so we have a class photo of
everyone. The drivers interact all during the cruise. No one is
unapproachable. You'll find them in the casino, on the dance
floor, standing on the deck looking at the ocean, on the
basketball court, playing miniature golf, and many other places
aboard the ship. Off the boat, several groups plan excursions
Do you have to get off the
boat during port stops?
No. If you just want to
stay on the ship, that is your choice. Excursions (Tour guided
island activities/tours) are available via
before we leave or on ship at the Excursion Desk or via your in
cabin information system.
has deck plans of the ships, excursion information, photos of
the cabin layout, and more.