Caribbean Caribbean Honeymoon Cruises: Find Out What The Buzz Is All About
By Darlene Berkel
When it comes to Caribbean honeymoon cruises, it is not one size fits all. There is a great variety of possibilities, but we'll narrow it down to just two. If you think you'll be bored, think again. You will discover that there is much more to do then just lie on deck and watch the soothing blue waves roll by.
Some larger liners offer passengers a rock wall to climb about on, fitness trainers to work out with, pools to swim in, or masseuses to rub away the tensions that you and your significant other accumulated during the months prior the wedding ceremony. Dancing and small casino style rooms are often available to cruise passengers as well, with supervised activities for children available for those that are taking their second honeymoon.
Many luxurious cruise lines even offer LED movie screens. You can watch movies under the starts in a theatre style setting. Other great attractions on board are golf simulators and ice skating rinks! Almost all ships will stop to give you time for snorkeling and don't forget a favorite activity during any Caribbean honeymoon cruise: swimming with dolphins!
The ocean, ship deck and cabins won't be the only places you'll see on your Caribbean honeymoon cruise either. Most ships will drop anchor more than once along the course of the cruise, giving you opportunities to snorkel with tropical fish in the warm azure waters, go mountain biking along trails in Costa Rica's rain forests, or horseback riding along the sparkling white sandy beaches.
With shows, catered meals, dancing and pool-side fun and games available at almost any hour a Caribbean honeymoon cruise aboard a large liner could leave you wanting little more than extra time out at sea. Some ships even boast multiple clubs and lounges so you'll be sure to find at least one playing your kind of music where you and your sweetheart can chill out with a tropical drink during one of at least two different cruise tours.
Eastern Caribbean honeymoon cruise tours can sail by Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, and St. Thomas, while Western Caribbean honeymoon cruise tours can include trips by Cozumel Island, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica to name just a few ports of call. Truly it would take more than seven days on any given cruise just to take in all the opportunities for excitement and relaxation.
Small Chartered Cruises
For the newlyweds, or second honeymooners, looking for a Caribbean honeymoon cruise with a more personal touch there are smaller boats available for charter where you and your sweetheart will be the only passengers aboard. Imagine cruising the caribbean on a private yacht? Can you imagine a more romantic honeymoon vacation? This just might be the perfect ticket for an unforgettable caribbean honeymoon cruise.
Since the Grenadines are split between two different countries you can usually expect your ship to be flying one of two flags at any given time. At Bequia, Canouan, Mayereau, Mustique, Petit St Vincent and Union you can expect the St. Vincent flag to be flying overhead, while the Grenada flag is required at Carriacou and Petite Martinique. You don't have to worry about technicalities such as this, since the crew will cater to each and every detail of your cruise, while you enjoy the soothing blue waters of your romantic honeymoon cruise.
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