Monday, December 24, 2012

Royal Romance on board Royal Caribbean cruises

Royal Caribbean offers a fantastic opportunity to proclaim your love on shore, in port or at sea as a variety of romance packages on ships sailing to more than 260 destinations worldwide – all against a backdrop of the sea. Royal Romance program custom crafts weddings and other romantic occasions and has everything you’re looking for when it comes to your big day with complimentary planning included.

Paradise Shipboard Package - Weddings onboard, while in port

This option is for couples who would like to invite non-cruising guests to come onboard a cruise ship for the ceremony and reception. Wedding is onboard before the cruise sets sail or you can marry onboard while docked at a beautiful port of call. Starting at $2,695.

Royal romance at sea Package - Weddings onboard, while cruising

Getting married at sea, with the ship’s captain or first officer officiating, in a ceremony that incorporates
special nautical vows is something really special. With this package you are free to choose an ideal location
onboard – like the chapel, with sweeping sea views from atop the ship. This unique wedding on cruise package takes full advantage of the time you’ll spend together while onboard, with more romantic extras for you and your partner to enjoy, together. Starting at $3,995.

Paradise Destination Package - Wedding ceremonies held on land

With this package, you can wed on any unforgettable destination you like: on top of a glacier in Alaska or on a tropical island in the Caribbean or on a pink-sand beach in Bermuda. Just like weddings on our ships, Royal Caribbean handles all the details and they can coordinate enhancements like transportation to the wedding site, decor and more.

Oasis of the Seas Royal Caribbean
Oasis of the Seas
Step one: choose your cruise.

To book a Royal Romance Wedding, Vow Renewal, Proposal or Symbolic Wedding Package, the couple must first create a valid booking for the specific cruise on which they will sail. The cruise booking number is required to confirm a wedding date. Review the “destinations” section on page 9 on Royal Romance brochure to see which ports offer weddings. Packages vary by ship and sailing. ceremony and enhancement prices vary by port, ship and season. a few ports are limited to symbolic ceremonies; ask your Royal Romance specialist for details.

Step two: decide how large your wedding party will be and how many of them will sail with you.
Shipboard ceremonies 
For shipboard ceremonies, a maximum of 150 guests are permitted. If the ceremony is taking place on the first day of sailing at the port of embarkation, up to 75 guests (out of your 150 total guest allotment) may be “non-sailing guests” that attend the ceremony but depart the ship before it sails.

Some ports only allow crew and passengers onboard cruise ships. at the ports that permit others to visit the ship, you must book a reception for the entire wedding party if 10 or more non-sailing guests attend the onboard ceremony. if the number of non-sailing wedding guests is fewer than 10, there is no reception requirement.

All non-sailing guests must present valid government issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license or passport, when checking in at the pier security desk.  minors under 15 years old may present a certified copy of their birth certificate.

Shoreside ceremonies
For shoreside ceremonies, you may add guests but capacity may be limited, depending on the location.  additional transportation, entrance and site fees may apply. contact a Royal Romance specialist for details.

Step three: book your royal romance package

Visit Royal Romance web site for details.

Step Four: decide what additional  services and options you want for your ceremony.

Visit Royal Romance web site for details.

And after the wedding, whether or not you have a Royal Caribbean ceremony, your giant and luxurious ship can also be your honeymoon location.

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