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Apart from Thomson cruises. Do any other cruises do blessings at sea and do you feel if they offer good value for money.
Submitted by - blore, nottingham - United Kingdom on 13th Dec 2009 / Subject - All Cruises General
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Answer by Clarence, Henley on Thames (14 Dec 09 23:40) to a QUESTION by blore (13 Dec 09 15:55)
Most lines do them. What do you mean by value for money? If you want to do it - then it's worth it. Or - do you only want to state your love for each other if it's cheap?
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Answer by CHAPMAN, DERBYSHIRE (14 Dec 09 12:13) to a QUESTION by blore (13 Dec 09 15:55)
And if you would like to know of a nice piece of music to have played at your wedding or renewal of vows, I think this is lovely, "Lough Erin Shore" by The Corrs. I don't know why, but it always reminds me of Robin Hood and Maid Marian of Sherwood Forest. Not Nottingham Forest! Silly really, because they are an Irish band, but it's beautiful music.
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Answer by Buckley, Rhyl (14 Dec 09 09:36) to a QUESTION by blore (13 Dec 09 15:55)
Try the P&O web site they have a section on weddings ect, seen many weddings but not blessings one couple thought the wedding was good value ,but only you can decide best of luck.
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Answer by Spartan, kent (13 Dec 09 19:24) to a QUESTION by blore (13 Dec 09 15:55)
Princess cruise lines have wedding chapels on the ships you can view them on their web site; we have used them on several occasions for both renewals and a wedding. You can book everything from champagne breakfast in bed, massage in the morning, hair, nails, bouquet, flowers, and drinks with canopies after. You can also have a video taken and pictures taken all around the ship. Then have a meal in one of the specialty restaurants with a wedding cake ect. You have to book the cruise then contact the wedding co-coordinator use a specialist travel agent and make it clear at the time of booking they should hold the cabin for a couple of days without a deposit while they sort it out.
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Answer by CHAPMAN, DERBYSHIRE (13 Dec 09 17:28) to a QUESTION by blore (13 Dec 09 15:55)
Do you mean like the catholics have when they say, "Bless me father for I have sinned". Or do you mean Wedding Blessings or Renewal Of Vows? P&O do weddings at sea and renewal of vows. I suppose that is for those who can't remember them the first time round:-)
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Comment by blore, nottingham (13 Dec 09 18:47) about an ANSWER by CHAPMAN (13 Dec 09 17:28)
i mean renewal of vows
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Comment by CHAPMAN, DERBYSHIRE (14 Dec 09 07:37) about a COMMENT by blore (13 Dec 09 18:47)
Forgotten them have you. Here is a reminder of how they might have been said to your wife or husband. To have and to hold from this day forward, for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish until death do us part.
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