What Where When Why Who How FAQ Guests

May I Bring a Guest?

Sure bring'em! The more the merrier. We have an open guest policy. If you have someone in your life that would make this vacation the best it can be, we trust that they will make an excellent addition to all the festivities. We want you to enjoy your vacation and have the bonus event of our wedding.

I want to come solo, what are my options?

Option 1 Party for 1 - Studio Interior Cabin

This is a room built for one and you will not find this cabin listed as available with Royal Caribbean. We had another guest change cabin types and due to the high demand of this cabin style we have retained the reservation in case any other guest is interested in this cabin type. This will be available on a first come basis. If you would like more information or to have the reservation changed into your name please contact Genevieve directly at vivalaparte@yahoo.com

Option 2 The Bachelor/Bachelorette Pad

We have reserved 2 balcony rooms that can accommodate up to 4 people each, one for the Dudes and one for Dames. If you would be interested in sharing a cabin with other wedding guests please let Genevieve know at vivalaparte@yahoo.com as soon as possible and an appropriate bunking solution will be made.

I am pregnant or want to bring a small child what are the rules?

Pregnant Policy

Royal Caribbean International cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during the cruise . A physician's "Fit to Travel" note is required prior to sailing, stating how far along (in weeks) your pregnancy will be at the beginning of the cruise and confirming that you are in good health and not experiencing a high-risk pregnancy.

Infant Policy

Infants sailing on a cruise must be at least 6 months old as of the first day of the cruise. There are no pricing discounts for young children.

Will there be any other private group activities?

We are considering some other group events for the other days at sea during this itinerary. We are open to suggestion but are currently considering things such as: a cabin crawl, A&G based trivia, guest book scrap booking session and a few others.

Is there away to avoid a larger bill for on board expenses?

Yes, we suggest having prepaid gratuities added to your package. This will cover items such as the waitstaff and room attendant. We have never had a crew member that did not deserve every bit of it or more. You may also wish to consider a beverage package. There are ones for items like bottled water, juice, specialty coffee and soda. You have the option of purchasing a package for items like wine, beer or other alcohol. You may also choose to purchase these items on per use basis. Drink items that are included are water, ice/hot tea, regular coffee, and lemonade.

What is with the Flamingos?

Long story short it started in Florida very innocently enough, and it grew from there with small items, some with an interesting story. When deciding on an image for the save the date we were considering the national crest of the Bahamas which includes their national bird the flamingo. From there it has become a sort of wedding mascot, because they are little bit goofy just like we are!

What Where When Why Who How FAQ Guests