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In lieu of a rehearsal dinner, we hosted a sunset cruise of Montego Bay from 5-7pm open for all of our guests (nearly 70 people from age 3-74!). We booked the cruise on a 52' catamaran with Freestyle Sailing and it was WONDERFUL! Denise Taylor was our coordinator and she could not have been any nicer and more helpful.

 

We paid $40 pp (including tax- kids under 12 were free!) which covered RT shuttles from our hotel, the two-hour cruise, open bar and snorkeling lessons! For an extra few dollars per person, Denise supplied a bunch of yummy Jamaican appetizers including jerk chicken, beef patties etc. The staff on board was AWESOME-- we had five certified snorkeling instructors and a bar staff. It really was an experience of a lifetime for all of our guests... I'd highly recommend it to any Jamaican brides!

 

Denise Taylor: dptgonefishing@hotmail.com

 

Boarding the boat:

 

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Kids learning to snorkel (the boat towed a trampoline so kids and adults could ease into snorkeling-- awesome!):

 

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Thats our idea too! We are gonna do a different cruise but we are doing ours the day before.. altho the night of the wedding would be great we do dinner at six and by the time dinner is done.. I dont know if we would have time to do a cruise or not.. Our problem is if we do it as an afternoon activity some might not arrive in time. hmmm something to think about.. never the less we are super excited too! and we will figure it out and itll b fun. =)

 

May 2010-- We are date twins! Idk if we already established that yet somewhere else..but.. whoo hooo! Congrats~ We will be looking at the same sunset on our wedding night! Awesome!!_---Or so I thought Im sorry your a day before us.. lol.. still... a very big congrats to youuuuu =)

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Thanks for the reference. We were looking for something to occupy our guests time between the ceremony and reception. The ceremony is at 2pm, but the dinner reception won't start until 6:30pm. This is perfect! BTW...Denise responded very quickly.

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