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Carnival reopens wedding program fleetwide

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A wedding at sea is among the options, along with destination weddings and a ceremony on embarkation day before the ship sails
With its entire fleet back in service, Carnival Cruise Line is now taking reservations for weddings and vow renewals on sailings starting in September and beyond.

'For decades, Carnival has been the leading wedding operator in the cruise industry, so we are very excited to restart our wedding program for our guests who have been longing to celebrate their nuptials on board our ships,' said Jeremy Schiller, VP operations for Carnival Cruise Line. 'Creating special memories for our guests is what we do, it’s who we are, and the time to help them live out the weddings of their dreams is back.'

Many options

With the help of Carnival’s dedicated wedding planners, passengers can choose from ceremonies at sea; on embarkation day, allowing them to invite guests who are not sailing and can disembark after the ceremony; and at select ports of call.

The Weddings by Carnival team helps arrange the ceremony, music, décor, photography, cocktail receptions and more. Packages range from intimate ceremonies to larger celebrations with family and friends.

Information: www.carnival.com/wedding-cruises.

This September will be the first time Carnival is offering weddings and vow renewals since March 2020, before the pandemic shutdown. The wedding program is limited to ships sailing from the US at this time.

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