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  1. The cost was not the a problem. It’s the vagueness in the brochure that leads you to believe that you can just pay for extra guest if you ask for an exception. I’m happy to pay for everyone. Plus we got the Manhattan Room which is the beautiful main dining room so space is not an issue.
  2. Beware of your guest count. I am getting married on the Breakaway on May 5th and in the documents it states that the limit for non sailing guest is 50. If you go over 50 an exception will need to be made. The facts are that exceptions are RARELY made. When I was first checking into it I asked the wedding coordinator and she stated that if I go over 50 an exception will need to be made. Never saying that it is rare and I should not count on an exception. So when I called with 87 non sailing guest the same wedding coordinator said that exceptions are rarely made but she would check. My request was denied. By the way, we have 21 sailing guest going on the cruise. So our options are to cancel, lose our deposit, and blow our budget or tell 37 of our family and friends that they can't come to the ceremony. With 11 weeks to go we feel trapped. I love Norweigian but I am very disappointed with the way they handled this. The wording in the documents should read... Exception are rarely made for more than 50 non sailing guest. We are devistated.
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