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How to plan a honeymoon cruise in the Carribbean

If you are looking for a romantic honeymoon, then a cruise ship vacation in the Caribbean is going to hit all the right spots. A beautiful sailing vacation is one of the best honeymoons that any couple could wish for, and here are some tips on booking that dream trip.

Cruise lines

Choosing the cruise ship lines
There are many cruise ship companies to choose from, and it is important to find the right one for you. You can explore the cruise ship lines, and work out what you want. Small and big ships Small cruise ships are good for a relaxing and intimate cruise, while if you want more entertainment or facilities, you might want a bigger ship, like the ones run by Carnival cruise lines. Like booking a honeymoon in Mexico or choosing resort packages, there are hundreds of options out there, and you can always find the perfect match.

Cruise destinations

To sail the Caribbean on your honeymoon is wonderful, and there are so many beautiful places to see. Deciding on the destination
Firstly, you need to decide where you want to leave from. Cruises from Port Canaveral, Miami and Fort Lauderdale are common. Then, you must decide how long you want to go away for. Three-day cruise A three day cruise is a good way to get a taster, and maybe, combine it with a hotel stay, or you could spend a relaxing two weeks on-board. It is helpful to talk to a travel agent, as they will be able to show you a variety of cruise packages, and advise you on the best deals.

Wedding cruise

Planning a wedding in the cruise Another option, instead of just having a honeymoon vacation on a cruise ship, is to combine it with your wedding. A wedding cruise is a unique way to get married, and celebrate your special day. You may want to invite along friends, and family or have an intimate ceremony for just the two of you. This facility is available on many vacation cruises, and most ships have dedicated wedding planners to help you organise all the details. Whether you choose to get married on a cruise ship in the Caribbean or just enjoy a honeymoon cruise together, it will be something to tell the grandchildren about.

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