Honeymoons, Destination Weddings & Romantic Getaways
Caribbean's Top Ten Cruise Traveler Tips How to make the
most of your romantic cruise!
Formal Night on a Cruise
by Susan Dunn How formal is formal...and how can you keeping
from buying your guy a tux he'll wear once?
Weddings For Cruise Passengers
Wows: Shipboard Romance, Victory Chimes, Rockland, Maine by Lisa Matte Declare your love for one another in true maritime
tradition when you share your wedding vows aboard Victory Chimes.
Celebrating her 100th anniversary on April 15, the graceful
sailing vessel is a dream-come-true nuptial setting for couples
who answer to the call of the sea.
Sailing Aboard the Golden Princess by Eleanor S. Morris
There's a lovely wedding chapel aboard the Golden Princess,
star of the Princess Cruise Lines, that's always ready for nuptials,
or for renewing your vows, while sailing the high seas and visiting
adventurous ports of call.
Articles on Cruise Honeymoons, Cruise Weddings
Romantic Travel Trends for 2009 The new year brings new changes to the romantic travel world, especially in these economically turbulent times. What's ahead for romantic travelers including cruise passengers? Lovetripper.com asked Eleanor Wilson, publisher of TripsandTrends.com, for her predictions.
Marquesas Islands--Romance in the South Pacific By Rita
Cook and A. Anthony Mastracchio What will you remember about
the Marquesas Islands? Will it be the ship you will live on
for 16 days called the Aranui 3, surrounded by travelers from
around the world? Will it be the people you meet on the ship
during your honeymoon 65 people all discovering the Marquesas
Islands together with everyday being a new adventure?
it to the 10th Degree on Celebrity Mercury by Holly Reich
It's 8 AM on a cloudless day just off the coast of Cozumel.
We are lounging on our spacious veranda surrounded by infinity
of sapphire seas. Our butler, John, is setting up breakfast
-- white tablecloth, silver vase with a tropical bouquet, a
strong pot of coffee, juice and freshly baked croissants. Now,
this is cruising
into Honeymoon Fun by Paris Permenter & John Bigley
The ship gives its unmistakable call, a loud burst of horns
to signal that the voyage has definitely begun. Another cruise
is underway. Whether you'd like to set sail to romance and adventure,
learn about a foreign culture and exotic wildlife, or just spend
a few days relaxing in luxury, you'll find that there's a cruise
Glory: A Kids' Playground by Holly Reich Considering a "familymoon"
to blend your new family during your honeymoon? Ore are the
two of you looking for a way to combine a romantic getaway and
a family vacation? Carnival Glory might be the answer. If youre
traveling with kids they can find their own fun things to do
while the two of you take time out.
Sail for Romance by Paris Permenter & John Bigley By
the light of a full moon, couples danced on deck. Music was
the only sound, along with an occasional flap of the sail. There
was no motor noise to interrupt the scene; our vessel, like
those that traveled the Italian coast for centuries, was powered
by the winds. Our destination: romance.
Cruise Ship Passengers to the Far Reaches of The Last Frontier--Alaska
to Sea on the Norwegian Sea by Eleanor S. Morris With quality
entertainment as well as the adventure of going to the two countries,
Mexico and Honduras, the ship has been popular with both new
and repeat guests.
Days Before the Mast (Star Flyer Clipper Ship) by Eleanor
S. Morris When you picture the words "clipper ship"
what does your romantic imagination conjure up? How about a
tall ship on the horizon, multiple sails billowing in the winds,
flags fluttering from the mizzen-mast, fluffy white clouds in
the bluest of skies
Cup: Sint Maarten Style by Paris Permenter & John Bigley
"Primary grinders, go!" Suddenly our arms were a blur
as we, along with two other primary grinders, powered a winch
to lift a massive Genoa sail into the wind. Our boat: the Stars
and Stripes. Our mission: to win the America's Cup.
in the BVI by Paris Permenter & John Bigley Visitors
to the British Virgin Islands are drawn, not by sales, but by
sails. These small islands comprise the capital of the Caribbean
boating world. Boats of every description, from the royal yacht
Britannia to small sailboats, come here year around to enjoy
calm waters and a maritime atmosphere.
to Shore to Store (Duty Free Shopping) by Paris Permenter
& John BigleyWhatever your heart may desire (or your pocketbook
may allow) can be found in the cruise ports of the Caribbean.
Fine jewelry, watches, electronic goods, china, crystal, and
more tempt travelers with bargain prices.
on the Branson Belle
Escapes in the Caribbean (Hunter Publishing). Considering a
Caribbean cruise? Our entire guide to honeymooning in the Caribbean
is available online for free reading! Click
here for a table of contents of this entire guidebook.
on Romance: Cruise the Erie
Canal by Eleanor S. Morris New York's Erie Canal offers
couples a chance to chart their own way to romance by captaining
their own canal cruise or by signing on to a sightseeing tour.
Sweden's Gota Canal
by Eleanor S. Morris Take a romantic journey on a hand-excavated
canal between two beautiful Swedish cities, Gotenborg and Stockholm,
and become part of an unmatched history that stretches over
on Houseboating, Private Yachting
Houseboat Vacations: Romantic & Fun by Eleanor S. Morris
At Cumberland Lake at Grider Hill Dock, there are houseboats
for rent, houseboats for two, for four, even more. And if you
take one on the right days of the month, three days before or
three days after a full moon, you'll see a most romantic sight.
It's called Moonbow.
to Boats: Kentucky Lodging for Every Couple
offer Luxury Vacations on the Water
Aboard a Chartered Yacht by Paris Permenter & John Bigley
Hoist the sails and gather way. Grip the wheel in your hands
and cut a feather through aquamarine waters to a quiet Caribbean
cove. Drop anchor and motor a small launch to an empty beach
for a gourmet picnic on the white sand. Sound like a boating
fantasy? It is, but in the Caribbean, it is also reality.