The package that couples can select if they choose to be married at sea with Royal Caribbean is the Royal Romance at Sea package, with a ceremony performed by the captain or first officer and a range of other inclusive features such as wedding cake, bridal bouquet, recorded music, photography and a bottle of champagne with chocolate-covered strawberries to enjoy in your stateroom.
Also, couples who book 12 or more staterooms in 2013 for a cruise of 5 nights or longer qualify for the Sweethearts at Sea package, which means their wedding, along with all standard inclusive features, is completely free of charge.
Booking 25 or more staterooms for 5 nights means guests will receive the Sweethearts at Sea Premium package, with everything in the standard package included as well as a one hour reception with wine and hors d’oeuvres served for the bride, groom and up to 48 guests, and a stateroom upgrade for the happy couple.
Adam Goldstein, CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said: "Thanks to the support of the Bahamas, our guests can now be married during the course of their Royal Caribbean cruise and bask in the romance of the sea as they exchange their vows.
“Royal Caribbean's staff and crew will cater the affair with our world-renowned friendly and engaging Gold Anchor Service to help make the day extra special for the couple and their guests.”
These packages are available for the 2013 season, and complement the existing wedding packages already offered by Royal Caribbean including vow renewals and honeymoons. They can be found at http://www.cruise118.com/