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Audrey Turner is hosting the first African American Homeschoolers Network's (AAHN) African American Homeschool Cruise! The cruise is open to African American homeschoolers nationwide.

Audrey Turner is a homeschooling mom of 4 and very active in the Atlanta, GA homeschooling community. Audrey serves on the national level as the assistant state coordinator for The Old School House Magazine.

Space is limited so contact Audrey Turner as soon as possible for questions, additional information or to book a cabin at: 1-229-432-7954 or e-mail audreydt@yahoo.com.

2004 Homeschool Cruise: 4 glorious Caribbean ports -- Key West, Cozumel, Belize and Progreso/Merida on one new, huge, grand ship from Port Canaveral sailing November 6th - November 12th, 2004.

Join AAHN on Carnival Cruise Lines newest and largest "fun ship" the "GLORY." This ship has 4 pools and several hot tubs, 214 ft.spiral waterslide, 24 hr comp. pizzeria, 24 hr comp. room service, 9 story atrium with glass dome, 2 story dining room, 22 lounges that play different music for listening pleasure or dancing, evening Las Vegas style shows, duty free shops, casino, fee service Internet cafe, library, Camp Carnival supervised childrens and teens programs, full docket of daily activities on sailing days, pool side calypso band, state of the art gym, spa (spa charges are not included) and much more. This new ship will have the largest indoor supervised "play area" at sea for the children. It also has a great new feature for the teens, their own disco, lounge and coffee bar. Another feature for the young at heart, no matter what the age is a large "techno arcade" with 3 air hockey tables and a variety of video arcade games. (there is a token fee for any of the arcade games.) Plus we have our own group activities and get togethers.

The November 2004 cruise to Key West, Belize, Cozumel and Pregreso/Merida will allow our homeschoolers to snorkel around the largest barrier reef in this hemisphere swimming with harmless stingrays, nurse sharks and vibrant colored tropical fish, see true ecosystem and jungle habitats, visit Hemingway's historical Key West home and visit the ancient Mayan capital of Chitenitza on the Yucatan Peninsula.

The 2004 Homeschool cruise will sail from Port Canaveral, not Miami. This is a 7 night cruise from November 6 - 12, 2004. This will allow each family plenty of time to save. We have not only secured the lowest rates available for the 1st and 2nd passengers in a cabin, but have negotiated unbeatable prices for the 3rd and 4th passengers in the same cabin, which would be our children. If you booked this cruise as an individual on an early booking "supersaver" the same cruise would cost approx. $2,200 for a family of 4. ( port charges and taxes are additional). We have been able slash that price in half, as a family of 4 can sail with us for as low as $1,100. ( Taxes and port charges are additional at approx. $184 pp). THIS BREAKS DOWN TO APPROXIMATELY $63 PP PER DAY FOR THE 1ST AND 2ND PASSENGERS AND AN UNBEATABLE $17 PP PER DAY FOR THE 3RD AND 4TH (WHICH WOULD BE THE CHILDREN.) The $1,100 is based on an inside cabin w/out a window.

Inside cabins/ no window start from $440 pp for the 1st and 2nd passengers in a cabin (prices will go up slightly depending on the deck) and $110 pp for the 3rd and 4th passenger in the same cabin. Port charges and taxes are approx. $184 pp regardless of age.

Oceanview/ window cabins start from $590 pp for the 1st and 2nd passengers in a cabin (prices will go up slightly depending on the deck) and $110 pp for the 3rd and 4th passenger in the same cabin. Port charges and taxes are approx. $184 pp regardless of age.

Oceanview/ private balcony view start from $740 pp for the 1st and 2nd passengers in a cabin (prices will go up slightly depending on the deck) and $110 pp for the 3rd and 4th passenger in the same cabin. Port charges and taxes are approx. $184 pp regardless of age.

* Port charges and taxes are $184 pp as these are charges from the ports the ship visits and are not under the control of the cruiseline.

** Deposits are $50 pp to hold a cabin. Monthly payments can be made at your discretion. Invoices and payment coupons are provided for your convenience. The final payment will be due in August 2004 which will be the remaining cabin balance.

Jan/Feb 2004 Vol 1/Issue 1