Finalizing Your Conference Booking
Bon voyage! In order to complete your online check-in for the Magic on the High Seas Public Adjuster Conference, you will need to go through the steps below.
- ASAP! How to Access Online Check-In
- Travel & Parking Options
- What to Pack
We will be sending out a more specific conference agenda, but for now we would like to get everyone’s ship registration finalized. Questions? Email us!
1. ASAP! How to Access Online Check-In
Guest are required to provide us with check-in information by completing their Online Check-in and selecting their Arrival Appointment no later than midnight (eastern time) prior to the sailing date of January 23, 2020.
Please note – Carnival recommends using a desktop computer should you encounter connectivity issues with your mobile device while completing Online Check-in.
- Go to https://www.carnival.com/BookedGuest/ or select ‘Manage My Booking’.
- Create an account if you have not done so already. You will need to provide your Carnival booking number (provided to you via email), guest last name, date of birth, ship name and sail date.
- Log in with your email address or username and password.
- From the ‘To Do List’, select ‘Online Check-In’ and complete the following necessary information:
- Guest Information
- Travel Documentation
- Travel Plans
- Arrival Appointment
- Onboard Expense Account
- Cruise Preferences
- The registration process can be done no later than midnight (eastern time) prior to the sailing date of January 23, 2020. If you do not complete the Online Check-in prior to this time, it may result in delays at embarkation.
- Once the check-in process has been completed, a boarding pass can be printed for each guest to bring to the cruise terminal along with their electronic cruise document. On embarkation day, a boarding pass will be emailed to your email address that is linked to the reservation profile, whether Online Check-in has been completed or not. At embarkation, you may show your printed boarding pass or the boarding pass on your mobile phone.
- A guest with an ‘Incomplete’ status will be subject to a full registration process at the cruise terminal.
PLEASE verify that all names, birthdays, countries of origin, and room companions are accurate. Once your final information is sent and accepted by Carnival, it is VERY difficult to modify.
If room assignments are incorrect, please contact us directly at email@example.com. If you need assistance filling out your travel information, please contact Carnival directly at https://www.carnival.com/about-carnival/contact-us.aspx
Travel & Parking Options
The Tampa Cruise Terminal address is:
The Tampa International Airport (airport code: TPA) is located 10 miles from the Tampa Cruise Terminal. A taxi or car service is an easy option.
It is highly recommended that if you are driving and parking at the Tampa Cruise Terminal that you pre-book your space.
- Port of Tampa Bay Parking Garage – $15 per day in advance, valet information on website
- Channelside Parking Garage – $15 per day in advance, valet information on website
- Parkway Parking – $5 – $10 per day in advance, further from Port
3. What to Pack
Carnival has their own suggestions on what to wear on a cruise, but we wanted to give you a bit more insight. Attendance at the conference is ‘beach casual’ (we don’t care what you wear but please don’t wear “work clothes!”) Just know that it sometimes gets chilly indoors as cruise ships tend to like air conditioning.
- A Swimsuit – Rumor has it the hot tubs are open late in the Serenity Adult-Only (21+) Retreat Promenade Deck 8 – Aft
- Stretchy Pants – Guy’s Burger Joint is *amazing* and you may need extra breathing room after a burger (or two…) In all seriousness, wear comfortable clothing!
- Sunscreen – Yes, it’s winter but the sun is STRONG when you are as far south as we will be.
- Dinner Clothes – You don’t need to get fancy at all, but in general the dining rooms don’t allow flip flops, sleeveless shirts (for men), cut-off jeans, T-shirts or gym shorts during dinner. Breakfast and lunch are A-OK. Our group will be dining together at Late Seating. Your Sign-and-Sail Card will have specifics about dining room and time.
- “Formal Night” Dinner – There is one formal dinner night onboard (I *think* it is to be held on Friday.) You can choose to participate – or not. If you want to stay on the casual side, I suggest packing ‘resort wear casual’ for one dinner night.
January is in the winter in Cozumel and is typically the coldest month of the year. Daytime maximum temperatures average around a muggy 83°F and nighttime temperatures of 67°F is normal. The ship docks directly and we are able to walk straight off the ship into port.