Harrison - Answered a Question by Taylor (15 Jan 12 15:17)

If you met your other half on board a cruise ship, got married on board a cruise ship or took your honeymoon on board a cruise ship - a new British TV programme wants to hear from you... http://www.holidayandcruisechannel.co.uk/get-involved---love-onboard.html.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Taylor (17 Jan 09 19:59)

Have a look at this .....http://www.crowsnestforum.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=3862 .

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Buckley - Answered a Question by Taylor (18 Jan 09 08:24)

Visit the P&O web site and you should find what you need ,the captain can marry you on board and you can have a choice of how much of the wedding package you require,we traveled with a couple from Scotland who did it and they thought it good value for money?there will be a number to phone and you could have a chat with them but book it through a cruise agent try the free phone at the top of the page or try one of the many cruise clubs with free phone numbers best of luck?

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bryant - Answered a Question by Taylor (18 Jan 09 18:30)

Hi we got married in november on the ventura, carribbean. The day was absolutely perfect, you have your own on board wedding co ordinator, i was a bit weary of how my hair & make up was going to turn out but you have a trial run a few days before & also get to meet the florist & go through all the details of what you want. I addeed a few extras to what you see on the website . we got married at sea as you cant get married in port as you have to be in that country for a certain amount of days. P & O send you all the info you need , you just fill in forms how many guests, what flowers, hair/make up, music etc. need any more answers just write .

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Taylor - replied to bryant (14 Feb 09 20:25)

Thanks everyone for your info and comments. I'm all booked up for the Med cruise on the Oceana. Fingers crossed that it all goes well!

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Reeve Wheeler-Jones - replied to bryant (30 Dec 09 12:37)

Hi, I'm getting married on the P&O Ventura in April 2010. I'm really nervous, as this is my first cruise and my first wedding! I'm glad everything went great for you, and would really like to hear more about your wedding. There's only 10 of us going, 8 adults and 2 children (my niece and nephew aged 9 & 6), and have just been told today by the P&O weddings at sea dept that as we'r 10 in the group, we cant go to the white room, as they wont allow anything over 8 persons in the group - PERIOD, and have been told that I have to go to the East Restaurant for my recetion/dinner, but we wont be allowed a table for more than 8, so we'r being split into two tables more or less next to each other but the tables are fixed to the floor. So, 5 on one table, and 5 on another, how do we split everyone is the worste thing! The P&O weddings at sea department have mislead us really, from the start. They wont even fit 2 little children onto our table. Then, we cant have a room of our own after the ceremony for an intimate family moment (as promised), so we have to go to the Metrolopis bar on deck 18 for 5.30pm for some champagne and an occasion platter, before club dining at 6 for the reception in the East restaurant. It's all getting too much for me now, and I dont really know what do do, or make of it. I'm desperate for some advice, before I pay the final balance, which they're pushing for TODAY in order to get the license from Bermuda. Please can you or anyone help on any matter, i.e reception, dining, ceremony, food, hair/make-up and especially, photos and camcorder etc? Many thanks, Emma.

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STREETS - Answered a Question by Taylor (18 Jan 09 18:37)

Hi, i have a customer that has just got married on board p&o, said it was fantastic, cost £1000 on top of cruise. I recommend a wedding abroad any day. They set up a special room for ceremony. Her flowers were beautiful and she said everything was perfect. Photos were a rip off so did own. Not sure if u have any children going but p&o have a child free ship. They provided special seperate meal and everyone looked so relaxed and chilled.

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Archer - Answered a Question by Taylor (23 Feb 09 17:58)

Princess Cruises also offers weddings at sea - in fact it was the first cruise line to do so. I married on Grand Princess in 2004 and I would thoroughly recommend it. Someone else did all the work and I only had to show up in the little chapel at the right moment and get my words right. Brilliant way to get married - and we were on our honeymoon as soon as it was over. You're correct re Royal Caribbean. Weddings on their ships have to be while the ship is in port.

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sales - Answered a Question by Taylor (25 Feb 09 10:09)

Hi my daughter got married on the PO Arcadia March 28th 2007. She did not get married in port, she got married at sea in the Burmuda Triangle. It was beautiful, fantastic wedding. Just go fot it and enjoy the day.

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Dansey - Answered a Question by Taylor (26 Feb 09 08:11)

You can also get married whilst at sea on Celebrity's ships. Contact the Cruise Experience on 02380 22 00 99. They can also arrange the weddings on Royal Caribbean, Princess, Holland America and NCL.

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