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You can say your vows and have a lunch re­cep­tion in port be­fore the ship sails, so your guests can board for the day and then dis­em­bark be­fore the ship pulls out of port. For your guests, the ship is a cer­e­mony and re­cep­tion site; for you and your new spouse, it’s your home for the week! The best choices for this are ships that em­bark in big cities with plenty of flights — New York City, for ex­am­ple, is a great choice, whereas a smaller ship sail­ing out of An­tigua in the Caribbean may mean fewer guests are able to at­tend. Car­ni­val, for ex­am­ple, can have up to 50 non-sail­ing guests on board to watch the cer­e­mony and toast the new­ly­weds with cake and sparkling wine. And Hol­land Amer­ica Line of­fers this op­tion in Bos­ton, New York, Tampa, San Diego, Seat­tle, and Van­cou­ver, among oth­ers.

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