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Cruising with Legacy Family Tree 2015
Western Caribbean Cruise

Saturday 20 June - Saturday 27 June 2015
7 Days on the Most Fun Ship in the World. More than just a ship!
Royal Caribbean "Oasis of the Sea"® Ship

Ports of Call:
Sat 20 June 2015Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Sun 21 June 2015Fun Day At Sea / Legacy Classes
Mon 22 June 2015Labadee, Haiti
Tue 23 June 2015Falmouth, Jamaica
Wed 24 June 2015Fun Day At Sea / Legacy Classes
Thur 25 June 2015Cozumel, Mexico
Fri 26 June 2015Fun Day At Sea / Legacy Classes
Sat 27 June 2015Fort Lauderdale, Florida

We heard your requests and booked a sailing during the summer so our School Teachers can attend and our families can come with us. (And don’t forget those Grand Children.) This awe inspiring ship is so packed with fun and amenities that while you are attending Genealogy classes your family can have a safe and memorable theme park type adventure throughout the entire ship.

Balcony orientations face either out to the beautiful teal Caribbean waters or to the fun activities onboard like Central Park, The Boardwalk, or even the Spectacular Aquatic water show from the comfort of your own balcony.

Royal Caribbean International innovation and imagination rule supreme on the groundbreaking Oasis of the Sea. A new adventure waits around every corner on this Deluxe world class cruise ship. Featuring seven incredible neighborhoods, packed with first-at-sea experiences. Also enjoy the Oceanside Aqua Theater, Starbucks, Broadway hit musical Hairspray, 3D movie theater, a daring zip line that passes over the fun below, a real carrousel, Johnny Rockets old fashioned hamburgers, handmade milk shakes and bottomless fries, giant rock climbing walls, Surf Rider, putt putt golf, designer shopping at COACH and GUESS stores, and much, much more. This is truly the most awe inspiring and award winning cruise ship in the world.


There is always something fun to do on a cruise ship!

If you have never sailed on a ship like this before, you are in for a real treat. I have personally sailed on her twice before. From the moment I walked on to her my jaw dropped. I didn’t want to even get off at the ports of calls the ship was so amazing. I got cupcakes each day learned to decorate them. Strolled through Central Park with my husband. Got drinks on the elevator bar, went to the café each night for cookies. Laid in the swinging bed up top of the ship and watched the water pass. Then when we were done playing on the ship we soaked up the sunny weather at the pool where my lounger was in the water like we were at the beach, and read a good book. Then headed to the spa to melt away stess with the Royal Experience.

Jazz up your evening with Tony Award®-winning Broadway hit Hairspray,
or the beautiful show on Ice. Chose Comedy Live, or the Aquatic Show.

This ship is so amazing. There is never a dull moment on this ship. Something for every age, you can stay busy or do nothing at all but be pampered. At the days out to sea we will offer genealogy classes. You really don’t want to miss this cruise; it is the most exciting ship you will ever walk on. And why not share it with your family as you make memories with them.

Cruise Port "Labadee, Haiti"

The One Thing You Don't Want To Miss

It's impossible to choose just one thing that's special about Labadee®. The inviting beach, coral reefs and exciting amenities provide a perfect place to relax and have fun. You won't want to miss Labadee® - Royal Caribbean’s Private Destination.

Other Fun Things To Do

·        Soar down the Dragon's Breath Flight Line, the world's longest zip line over water.

·        Beat the heat on the exciting 300 foot long Dragon’s Spash Waterslide that goes through 10 twists and turns, and ends up in the splash zone at Columbus Cove. It’s the ultimate attraction for family fun.

·        Feel the rush of coasting at 30 miles per hour on the Dragon's Tail Coaster, a thrilling ride featuring some of the best views of our private beach.

·        Relax in a more private setting in the upscale sea view cabanas overlooking the action of Nellie's Beach. Each luxury cabana rental includes 2 floating beach mats, lunch buffet at Columbus Cove Café, Dragon's Cafe or Café Labadee, water cooler with 6 bottles of water, the use of beach towels and the service of a cabana attendant.

·        Soak up the sun while floating over the gentle waves on a beach mat.

·        Enjoy the fun-filled Arawak Aqua Park as you bounce and slide on trampolines, water slides, a rolling log, and many other floating inflatable water toys.

·        Choose from several open-air dining venues offering a delicious selection of BBQ, grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, fruits, vegetables, and refreshing drinks. Bar service is easily available throughout Labadee®.

Sporting Adventures

·        Experience the rush of soaring 500 feet above the beaches of Labadee on the Dragon’s Breath Flight Line. Swoop down along the longest zip line in the world over water.

·        The Dragon’s Tail Coaster will take you on a wild ride of curves, swerves and dips through the mountainside forest with vews of the ocean and your ship.

·        Grab a bird's-eye view as you soar 400 feet above the beautiful peninsula of Labadee on a thrilling parasail ride.

·        Paddle through the enchanting Bay of Labadee® on a kayaking tour. Absorb the breathtaking surroundings and learn a bit about the Haitian culture.

·        Take an exhilarating ride aboard a Wave Jet personal watercraft along the scenic coast of Labadee®. See your ship from a perspective rarely witnessed by other guests.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

·        Shop for beautiful handmade local artwork, woodwork and crafts. You'll want to bring cash so you can take home a special memento of this private paradise.

·        Our special "Labaduzee" is waiting for you - our signature frozen drink that is out of this world. Sip yours while relaxing in a shady hammock to capture the true spirit of Labadee®

Cruise Port "Falmouth, Jamaica"

Bringing History Back To Life

Situated on Jamaica's North coast about 18 miles east of Montego Bay, Falmouth is noted for being one of the Caribbean's best-preserved Georgian towns. Visitors to Falmouth will experience the revitalization of one of the first shipping ports in the Caribbean, with a rich heritage dating back more than 240 years. Falmouth flourished as a market center and port for decades when Jamaica was the world's leading sugar producer.

Most recent development includes a two-berth pier, retail establishments, restaurants and a transportation center. In the future, there will be onsite attractions and experiences, hotel and residential components along with additional retail and restaurant options.

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

Visit the spectacular Dunn's River Falls near Ocho Rios, where you can climb 600 feet up from the base of the falls or retreat to the beach where the rushing water exits into the ocean. At Dolphin Cove you can watch the dolphins at play or walk through the jungle to see friendly birds and iguanas. 

Visit Good Hope Great House and tour one of the immaculately preserved homes on a former sugar plantation, which dates back to the 1770s and sits on over 2,000 acres. From dune buggy safaris and river tubing to a horse and buggy tour, you will find many activities to keep you entertained. Here you will discover the ruins of buildings that were once the jewel of the Caribbean on its estate grounds. Be sure to visit the local pottery house and enjoy an authentic Jamaican lunch.

Other Fun Things to Do

·        Take in Falmouth’s British Colonial architecture

·        Visit the Good Hope Great House for rich history, culture and scenic beauty including the Pottery House and Trading House

·        Board the 30-foot bamboo rafts that offer romantic and adventurous rides on the Martha Brae River. Sit back and relax as a raft captain guides you through an exceptional view of the island's tropical scenery

·        Take a trip through time on a horse-and-buggy ride through town

·        Enjoy a scenic drive through Jamaica's interior to Appleton Estate, where visitors learn how rum is made, sample wet sugar and have the chance to taste different-aged rums

·        Travel east to Ocho Rios where you can climb the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls, soar through the lush rainforest canopy on a zip line, wind down the mountainside on a Jamaican bobsled or swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cove

·        Feel the warmth of sun and sand on your skin as you steal away on a beach getaway at the Breezes Grand Resort in Negril or Cornwall Beach in Montego Bay

Shopping for Bargains

The pulse of Falmouth radiates from the heart of Water Square where you'll discover the Albert George Shopping and Historical Center. Pick up local craftwork wares that showcase the history and culture of the area and make memorable souvenirs for visitors and those back home. Wednesday morning was made for the most dedicated shoppers, as dealers fill stall after stall with native produce and gifts you won't find anywhere else you journey.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

A trip to Falmouth, Jamaica, wouldn't be complete without sampling one of the more than 300 different jerk recipes that are cooked locally. From shrimp and lobster to chicken and pork, the jerk recipe is the signature of the city's tasty fare. Complement this culinary adventure by sampling local refreshing fruits like the ackee, breadfruit and star apple, a sweet finish to your flavorful journey.

Cruise Port "Cozumel, Mexico"

Tour of the ancient Mayan ruins

On our 2004 Legacy Cruise we toured the ancient ruins of Chichén Itzá and Tulum. .  You can read about it from Dave Berdan’s Journal. “We docked about 7:00 in the morning. People then started getting off the ship to participate in the many tours and activities available there. We debarked at 7:30 to go on the Helaman tour of the ancient Mayan ruins in Chichén Itzá and Tulum.
Our tour started with a short taxi ride from the dock to downtown Playa de Carmen which is the port city on the island of Cozumel off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. From there we boarded a ferry that would take us to the mainland. We then got on two busses that took all 100 or so of us on a two-hour ride to Chichén Itzá.  Chichén Itzá is a fantastic place to explore. Helaman, our guide, is extremely knowledgeable about the culture and practices of the ancient Mayans and explained all the carvings and symbols they used. The highlight was the huge central Pyramid of Kukúlcan.

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

Don't miss the opportunity to explore the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Tulúm, majestically perched above the turquoise Caribbean. The site was occupied as far back as 600 A.D. However, it was most densely populated around 1200 A.D. You will be struck by the pyramid-shaped El Castillo, which dominates the city from atop a forty-foot cliff. The nearby Temple of the Descending God provides equally excellent insight into the architecture of the Mayan people, who gained considerable achievements in the arts and sciences, only to decline and vanish for no apparent reason.

Other Fun Things to Do

·        Explore the underwater world of Chankanaab on a deep-sea adventure aboard the Atlantis Submarine.

·        Discover what makes a dolphin so magical as you play and interact with these amazing creatures in Chankanaab National Marine Park.

·        Sit back, relax, and bury your toes in the white sand of Playa Mia Beach in Cozumel. This destination offers all the food, drinks and activities you can imagine, including relaxing massages on the beach.

·        Take a Jeep®-safari adventure through the tropical landscape of Cozumel's east side. Ride through sand dunes and trails for an unforgettable experience.

·        Learn to prepare a Mexican feast and enjoy your culinary skills with Mexican wines and a festive atmosphere.

·        Escape to the secluded beauty of your own private beach paradise, Passion Island.

Sporting Adventures

·        Experience snow-white bunkers and breathtaking views as you play a memorable round of golf on the championship course at the Cozumel Country Club.

·        Snorkel in the clear sapphire-colored water around Cozumel's coral reefs. It's a snorkeler's dream, and one of the world's premier snorkeling destinations. Equipment, instruction and guidance begin at Sand Dollar Beach. From there, you'll be able to enjoy everything your eyes behold for as long as you like, with transportation ready and waiting to take you back to your ship.

·        Take in the views of the north side of the island while skimming through the water in your two-person speed boat.

Shopping for Bargains

Regarded as the "St. Thomas of the Western Caribbean," Cozumel has become one of the world's best duty-free shopping ports. Cozumel offers unbelievable prices on diamonds, colored gemstones, jewelry, watches, gold, sterling silver, and even Oriental rugs as well as Mexican housewares and handicrafts. You can find designer jewelry pieces and watches from C2K, Caribbean Hook, Honora, House of Tanzanite, John Hardy, Kabana, La Nouvelle Bague, Starnight, White Diamonds, Cartier, Concord, Maurice Lacroix, Michele, Movado and more.

Cruise Port "Ft Lauderdale, Florida"

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

People have been flocking to Fort Lauderdale's beaches for decades. And with good reason. Fort Lauderdale Beach is a two-mile strip of beautiful beach featuring the recently renovated Promenade, which offers all sorts of bars, restaurants and shops.

Other Fun Things to Do

·        Take a 30-minute airboat ride across the Everglades, one of the most breathtaking natural areas in America. Discover a variety of fish and birds that inhabit the area, and perhaps see the most famous Everglades inhabitant - the alligator. Enjoy Sawgrass Reptile Exhibit after your ride and take the opportunity to touch or possibly hold a small alligator. Discover the replica of a Seminole Indian village. See tropical birds, rare snakes, and even the endangered Florida panther.

·        Take a narrated drive through Port Everglades over the Intercoastal Waterway and along the famous Fort Lauderdale Beach. Explore the International Swimming Hall of Fame, Las Olas Boulevard, the Riverwalk area and more. Stop and see Esplanade Park, the crossroads of the Center for Performing Arts and the Museum of Discovery and Science. Take a 90-minute Intercoastal Waterway cruise, and hear a lively commentary from the boat's captain on the history of the New River and Fort Lauderdale's historic sites.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

Fish is fresh and delicious in Florida. Grouper is probably the most popular choice and is served almost any way imaginable. You'll find it fried, broiled, sautéed, and even served with pasta. But a true Floridian staple is a fresh grouper sandwich and fries eaten outside by the water. It's hard to beat this old standby.

Destinations Nearby: Hollywood, Florida

Named one of Fodor's Best Beaches for Families, Hollywood South Beach features a boardwalk dotted with restaurants and six miles of white sand beach. North Beach boasts several unique eco-adventures including the Sea Turtle Hatchery. To venture into the Historic Downtown for a taste of Hollywood's distinctive flavor, simply hop on the Hollywood Trolley, which operates Wednesday through Sunday.

Genealogy Classes - Schedule & Descriptions

We have an awesome lineup of speakers this year:

  • Lisa Louise Cooke -
  • Steve Salisbury
  • Geoff Rasmussen
  • Dave Berdan
  • Ken McGinnis

    On the days at sea you will be able to attend genealogy classes taught by some of genealogy's leading speakers and educators. There will be a variety of genealogy and technology classes, as well as classes specific to Legacy Family Tree taught by its developers. You will learn a lot and best of all you will have a great time doing it.

    Sunday, 21 June 2015 (Note: Only those who book through us can attend the Legacy classes)

    Class descriptions to be announced soon....

    Wednessday, 24 June 2015 (Note: Only those who book through us can attend the Legacy classes)

    Class descriptions to be announced soon....

    Friday, 26 June 2015 (Note: Only those who book through us can attend the Legacy classes)

    Class descriptions to be announced soon....




    Frequently Asked Questions


    Q: I’m single and want to go on the cruise?

    A: No problem, just let us know as we have others just like you and we can assign you to other (same gender) to share a cabin with. This is a great way to meet new friends.


    Q: What is the travel insurance and do I need it?

    A: I don’t usually get it, but I’m a risk taker. If you are concerned that your health could cause you to miss the cruise then we highly recommend it.


    Q: Tell me about Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Sea ship?

    A: You can take a virtual tour of the Oasis of the Sea at Royal Caribbean Cruise website


    Q: What can we do when we reach each port?

    A: You name it and it’s probably available. Great shore excursions will be announced closer to the date of the cruise.


    Q: We are traveling with our family and would like pricing for 3rd and 4th guests in the cabin are they available.

    A: Yes, the pricing on the cabin category’s listed above with 3rd and 4th guest capability is subject to price change.



    Tours that are available through Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines


    Click here to review the tours that are available through Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.




    Our Legacy Cruise Travel Agency


    trekalot is handling all of the details.

    Contact information for trekalot:  Call 1-425-222-6222 or send an e-mail to

    You are going to have a spectacular time.  This will truly be a dream vacation, a trip of a lifetime.  Bring lots of film so you can show your friends back home the unbelievable beauty and amazing history that you will be enjoying. You will have so much fun on your cruise, you'll want to tell everyone you know.




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    Check out our previous Legacy Genealogy Cruises


    If you would like to hear all about our first Legacy Genealogy Cruise in 2004 and see some of the fun pictures then click here.  In 2005 we went on an Eastern Caribbean cruise and in 2006 cruised to Alaska and then in 2007 enjoyed a 12 day Hawaiian cruise and in July of 2008 we had a remarkable 12 day cruise of a life time to the Baltic Capitals. We wrote all about our 2009 cruise to the Mediterranean here.  In 2010 we enjoyed a spectacular 13 day cruise from Australian to New Zealand.  In 2011 we did a 9 day cruise from New York up the East Coast into Canada.  We had two of the best cruises ever on our 2012 cruises (that's right, two cruises) a 9 day British Isles and an 6 day Northern European.  And in 2013 our Panama Canal Cruise was a huge success.

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