Cunard Cruises re-flags Queen Mary 2, Victoria and Elizabeth


In spring 2012 you will be able to get married on board one of the ships from Cunard Cruises. This has all been made possible because according to reports on the 19th October 2011 Cunard officially announced that their ships would stop sailing under the British flag. Cunard’s cruise ships will be re-flagged and changed to the Bermuda registry, which now means that weddings can now be performed by the ships captain at sea.

It’s said that in November this year Cunard will be releasing a brochure detailing the weddings at sea program with the wedding packages going on sale in December. So as of Spring 2012 you will have the choice on whether to get married on the Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria or the Queen Mary 2.

Weddings at sea have become very popular over the past few years and Cunard’s sister companies Princess Cruises and P&O Cruises have been very successful in this industry. Its said that Princess Cruises was one of the first cruise lines to start the weddings at sea trend back in 1998, and the Grand Princess was the first ship to feature a wedding chapel.

Do you like the idea of being able to get married on board one of the Cunard ships while at sea?

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