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We have about 50 guests that will board with us prior to wedding.
We will be on the Pride from Long Beach, Oct. 2nd. I am told that they
can walk around the ship until the wedding is to start. Has anyone had
experiece with this. How far do we dare let them walk around and for
how long? I'm concerned that some will not watch the time and be late
to the ceremony. Help
I am getting married 2 weeks from today on the Voyager and we have 49 guests. They told us that the guests are free to roam the ship and will be told to go to the wedding 15 minutes prior to the ceremony. I would like to think that since they are there for the wedding they will keep an eye on the time so they don't miss it, but if they do I would have to figure they really came just to check out the ship, however I don't think that is the case. I never heard of anyone having that problem.
I liked your comments and I do agree with you. Congrats on your upcoming wedding.
Actually, it's our son getting married, Oct.2nd, also!!!! Good luck and I hope to see
your photos on this website upon your return. What ports are you visiting? We will
be visiting the Mexician Riv. I hope to be able to post photos as well.
we've done the Mex.Riv. 3 times now. Not that I like the ports all that much except that the 7 days is a really nice cruise and comfortable. It's familiar, too. Plus the fact that the port is only 1 hour away from our house which makes that an easy drive and also the prices are all that bad. Well, have a wonderful time on both cruises.
You are a lucky bride.