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I was wondering if anyone knows about the Catamaran cruise that Sandals offers for reception. We are planning on having our reception and was wondering if anyone has done it and how it was.

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I can't give any response on how the cruise was, but I can tell you I'm doing this in lieu of having a private dinner after the wedding. We are getting the private rehearsal dinner for booking 10 rooms so we thought why do another sit down dinner? Depending on how many guests you have coming (we have 20) it's about as pricey as the private dinner at $75/person.

 

We are getting married at 4 and the cruise is leaving for a twilight cruise at 5:30-7:30. It comes with finger foods (wraps, appetizers etc), a fully stocked bar with a bartender and a DJ. We are paying $1950 for this. We have the KATT cruise all to ourselves and we are bringing our wedding cake on board with us and we plan on doing the toast, cutting of the cake and our 1st dance while out on the cruise. We really just thought this would be an awesome thing for our guests....and it incorporates the whole "going to Jamaica" to get married theme :-)

 

I'm getting married Feb. 18th, 2012 at SGOR.

 

I've heard the cruise is awesome and fun, but unfortunately I can't give you any 1st hand knowledge for obvious reasons. Hope this helps a bit???

 

Nicky

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We are doing pretty much the same thing as Nicky.

 

I can't comment on what sandles offers we are going through Island Routes, and hartering the catamran. It was much cheaper than going through our resort for the catamran.

 

Here is our contact if you are interested:

Melissa Forbes

mforbes@islandroutestours.com
 

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Thanks you guys! Nicki, I'm getting married in June...do you think you could let me know how it turned out? I would more than greatly appreciate it! Cngrats by the way! CJ

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Nicky, how did this Turn Out? Were you aboe to bring your cake on board & have your first dance? Was it Bumpy?
 

Originally Posted by mowrer1943 View Post

I can't give any response on how the cruise was, but I can tell you I'm doing this in lieu of having a private dinner after the wedding. We are getting the private rehearsal dinner for booking 10 rooms so we thought why do another sit down dinner? Depending on how many guests you have coming (we have 20) it's about as pricey as the private dinner at $75/person.

 

We are getting married at 4 and the cruise is leaving for a twilight cruise at 5:30-7:30. It comes with finger foods (wraps, appetizers etc), a fully stocked bar with a bartender and a DJ. We are paying $1950 for this. We have the KATT cruise all to ourselves and we are bringing our wedding cake on board with us and we plan on doing the toast, cutting of the cake and our 1st dance while out on the cruise. We really just thought this would be an awesome thing for our guests....and it incorporates the whole "going to Jamaica" to get married theme :-)

 

I'm getting married Feb. 18th, 2012 at SGOR.

 

I've heard the cruise is awesome and fun, but unfortunately I can't give you any 1st hand knowledge for obvious reasons. Hope this helps a bit???

 

Nicky



 

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Did you enjoy the Cruise? Were you able to bring your cake onboard?
 

Originally Posted by J and G 2012 View Post

We are doing pretty much the same thing as Nicky.

 

I can't comment on what sandles offers we are going through Island Routes, and hartering the catamran. It was much cheaper than going through our resort for the catamran.

 

Here is our contact if you are interested:

Melissa Forbes

mforbes@islandroutestours.com
 



 

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