(Closed) Cruise honeymoon

posted 10 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
200 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2008

Make sure you bring something for seasickness. The first time I went on a cruise, I got sick…which surprised me because I don’t have a sensitive stomache.

If you’re a reader, you might want to bring something to read for downtime (like by the pool, etc.). Since it is your honeymoon, I am sure you guys can think of plenty to do, but I found that there was a lot of "downtime".  They have scheduled shows and activities, but more than likely, you won’t want to participate in everything they have.  Have fun!!!


Post # 4
35 posts
  • Wedding: September 2008

As cheesy as the shows can be at night they are still kind of fun to go watch. One thing though just to take note of- the girls wear thongs during the dance productions (just didn’t want to catch you off guard when they come out).

Post # 5
17 posts
  • Wedding: October 2008

One thing I wasn’t prepared for was the fact that my luggage disappeard for quite a few hours once we were on the ship–the crew takes care of bringing it to your room for you, and that takes them awhile. I was stuck with just my purse–not even sunscreen, so I hid out inside.

Myabe have a slightly small large bag (did that make sense?) that you can hold onto, with sunscreen, a book, maybe even your bathing suit, so you can take advantage of the ship while waiting for your luggage to make it to your room.

 Have a great trip! 

Post # 6
6 posts

Be sure to save time for R&R. I heard Carnival was an all action packed ship so plenty to keep you busy. Have fun!!

Post # 7
273 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2008

I HIGHLY recommend their supper club.  Although they charge $25-30 per person, this dinner is definitely an experience!  But be sure to make your reservations early on in your trip because you want to be able to enjoy the food and after 3/4 days on a cruise eating cruise food…you’re not going to care what they serve you.  The desserts in the supper club are a MUST HAVE!  Not only are they a work of art, they are so yummy!  We love sailing Carnival!  Good choice!

Post # 8
1238 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Be prepared to tip at the end — they will give you envelopes with the "suggested" amount. 

Post # 9
218 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2009

most cruises add on the tip to your bills (like 10 bucks a day or whatnot person). 

Get a balcony! they are soooooooooooo wonderful!  I LOVED it, but then everything after would suck if you don’t have a blacony.

You can bring your own drinks (non-alcholic) to save money (buying the package soda things are always a rip).

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