Your one inclusive cruise price includes everything listed below
All services that Royal Caribbean provides on their cruises
everything is taken care of - your accommodations, gourmet
meals in our dining rooms and cafés, and snacks throughout
the day. All activities including our amazing fitness
center, entertainment and our award-winning
Adventure Ocean® Youth Program are all paid for. Even
24-hour room service is included.
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If you were to book with any other Agency, or direct with Royal Caribbean everything listed below is NOT included.
Learners will attend lessons designed for their age group and capabilities.
A complete lesson agenda, including age grouped sessions, will be available here once the “Final Payment Due” deadline has been reached and passenger data (ages) are compiled. Until then, what you can expect is the following:
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Bermuda Overview Bermuda offers an example of how throughout history and in current times, small geographic areas have been claimed, colonized, populated, and sustained. It offers an opportunity for learners to extrapolate the information to the multitude of geographic areas currently facing similar issues. Learners will be introduced to the fascinating biodiversity of the islands of Bermuda and gain knowledge about how threats to local island flora and fauna are common throughout the world.
will cover the following
- Sustainable living resources
- Introduction of local species
- Extinction risk to well known local species: whistling frog, cahow, eastern blue bird, Bermuda cedar
Threats to ecology:
On-Board Lessons* - History and Current Events
will cover the following
An example of colonization by the United Kingdom:
Overview of the colonization of islands by the UK, Spain, US and other countries.
How does a colonized region sustain and how are government relations maintained
Early years of colonization:
Natural resources for trade
Current political climate:
Independence initiatives from 1968 to present
Current government structure:
Ÿ Review of role of Queen, Governor and Parliament
Structure and need of parish system
Current economy and facts:
Interactive Learning Activities
may include the following
- Scavenger Hunt
- Group Project
each family will have the option of completing the “HotS Quest”
Quest: A search or pursuit made in order to find or obtain something.
The “HotS Quest” is a live pursuit of knowledge that will take place on the islands of Bermuda. Each family will be provided a list of clues, hints and questions and they will embark on an adventure that will require creativity, problem solving and teamwork. The “HotS Quest” will provide families with an opportunity to connect with and experience some local culture and will make memories for a lifetime.
HotS Star-Gazing Slumber Party
get your blankets out!!!
gather on deck under nothing but the moonlight and the stars.
One of the most amazing sights in the world is to gaze at the
stars in the middle of the ocean, and what better opportunity
to learn about out solar system, planets and stars.......
Homeschool Mom "In the Kitchen" Workshops
for moms and dads!!!
Homeschool Mom, Mary Ann Kelley, will be onboard to present
these workshops. You can learn more about The
Homeschool Mom by visiting these sites:
Workshops for moms will include:
TheHomeSchool Mom in the Kitchen:
Moving From Barely Surviving To Thriving
Getting Started With Bulk Cooking
Simple Steps to a Healthier Family
this is all part of your cruise package !!!!
and children welcome....
Field Self-Study Possibilities - Optional
These activities/places of interest are available to you on the island of Bermuda (Please note that the following is not part of the HotS package, but we list these here for your use as an option for self-study)
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo
Bermuda Natural History Museum
Bermuda Audubon Society
Bermuda Biological Station for Research
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
Nonsuch Island ("living museum", native trees and plants, birds)
Harrington Sound (corals, sea cucumbers, conchs, sea urchins, algae)
Whalebone Bay (geology, dunes, dead cedars, three geological period formations, active aeolianite quarry, birds)
Tobacco Bay (snorkeling)
South Shore boiler reefs (fish, corals)
North Rock (fish, corals)
Spittal Pond (rocky shore, three geologic formations visible, bird sanctuary)
Paget Marsh (last prehistoric area on Island, with ancient cedars, palmettos, and some introduced water forms)
Walsingham Pond and caves (mangroves, cave exploration, calcite crystals, layers)
Devonshire Bay (fish identification)
Railway trail at Shelly Bay (tide pools, fish i.d., anemones, corals on sunken road)
Shelly Bay nature reserve (mangroves)
Bermuda World Fact book
Bermuda Chamber of Commerce
*Services are subject to change without notice, restrictions may apply and services for each cruise will be finalized approximately 90 days prior to sailing.