|Honeymoon cruises are becoming increasingly popular as couples look for places they have never been and may never be able to see again for a long time. In addition, cruises are thought by most to be quite romantic, and for those who love the feel of sailing, it can add a special aura to the occasion.
Those who choose to honeymoon on the ocean often find added bonuses such as a reception hosted by the Captain, photographs to commemorate the occasion, and honeymoon cruise certificates. Although none of the cruise ships has a dedicated bridal suite now, many of the top cabins and penthouse suites are quite exceptional and can be used for the occasion.
Honeymooners need to have a copy of their marriage license or other relevant forms both for immigration purposes as well as to partake of any honeymoon benefits that are awarded by the particular ship and cruise line. Depending on the cruise line, various other amenities are awarded for the honeymoon couple and may include flowers, wedding cake or chocolates, spending money in the ship’s bar, and other extras as offered by the cruise line and ship’s captain.
The pleasures of the South Pacific are yours as you sail into Tahiti and its romantic beaches and sunsets. Even before the ship docks in Tahiti, you will be captivated. Tahiti is the largest island of French Polynesia and is known as the island of love. To look at it in all its beauty, one need not ask why. As a honeymoon stop, it’s the essence of beauty and elegance, a place that one will always remember. With the warm sunshine and trees surrounding the island, the honeymoon couple can take a taste of beauty back home as they begin their new life.
On board ship, the newly married couple can participate in a variety of activities or they can enjoy the company of one another at the pool, spa, fitness centers, or other spots. They may choose to sun on one of the many decks as they relax and take in the beauty of the surroundings. Just 12 miles from Tahiti is the island of Bora Bora, another of the beautiful South Seas Islands of French Polynesia. As you visit the towns and villages, take the time to wallow in the culture and the beauty that is part of Tahiti and the island of love.
Depending on the cruise and the cruise line, you may also have an opportunity to see some of the other islands of French Polynesia. You want to check on that when you book your honeymoon cruise and let the booking agent know if you want a cruise that includes more than just Tahiti and the surrounding islands. Remember, this is your honeymoon, so you want to make the most of it. It will probably be the only time in your married life you will be able to travel first class before you retire, so do it your way.