My name is Greg Brooks and I am a Paramedic/Firefighter in the Aiken, S.C. area and I also put together trips for groups in my area. I have booked rooms on the cruise ship NCL 'Majesty' for emergency responders to get some training and also have a vacation.
The details are the ship sails out of Charleston, S.C. on March 31, 2007 for a 7 day cruise with stops at Georgetown, Grand Cayman Islands; Cozumel, Mexico and Key West Florida.
An Inside cabin is $550. per person + $140.00 port charges and $75 taxes.
An Outside cabin is $610 per person + $140 port charges and $75.00 taxes.
In addition you will have to have a passport for the trip.
Classes being taught will include: Basic Cardiac Life Support, Basic Disaster Life Support and two others to be announced. Classes will be taught will the ship is at sea.
As an emergency responder, the cost of the trip should be tax deductible, be sure to check with your tax preparer.
Any questions you can email me at email@example.com
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