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[August 13, 2011]  Time is running out to reserve space on a Lincoln College cruise, open to the public. The cruise group is hosted by the college and will sail from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Feb.12 and return Feb. 18.

The cruise is a six-night trip that will visit three ports of call: George Town, Grand Cayman; Ocho Rios, Jamaica; and Labadee, Haiti, a Royal Caribbean private island. Cruise-goers will set sail on Royal Caribbean's cruise ship Navigator of the Seas.

This is the second cruise arranged for Lincoln College alumni and friends. 

Current rates of $564 for an inside cabin and $784 for a balcony cabin are guaranteed if booked by Aug. 19. Every stateroom in the Lincoln College group will receive a $75 onboard credit as well. A small deposit is payable now and final payment is due Nov. 22.

"It will be a fabulous vacation," says Kerri Taylor, Lincoln College alumni relations and special events coordinator. "The ship is a great ship with lots of things to do on it such as a mini golf course, rock climbing wall, basketball, ice skating, shopping, fabulous entertainment, casino and much more."

Taylor said the limited blocked space for the cruise group won't last much longer.

"We look forward to an unforgettable week of chasing our winter blues away with the sun and surf in the beautiful Caribbean," she said.

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People who are interested in signing up or want more information should contact Taylor in the Lincoln College Alumni and Special Events Office. Call toll-free, 877-522-5867, or e-mail Details are also available at

(Cruise publicity)

[Text from file received from Lincoln College]

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