'Definitely get married on a cruise ship': The weddings take less planning than on land

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Cruise wedding: Less control, but could be cheaper than land nuptials

  • Carnival Cruise Line performed 2,200 weddings and vow renewals in 2019.
  • There’s less planning involved on the part of the marrying couple for a cruise ship wedding.
  • The cost of a wedding and cruise combination can vary, just like a wedding on land.

Like so many others, Tom Hayes and Jimmy Isaacs had to push back their wedding because of COVID-19. But unlike most couples, the London-based pair’s wedding isn’t happening at a typical venue. Instead, they’ll be wed on a cruise ship.

Hayes told USA TODAY that he’s been on around 20 cruises – and that when he and Isaacs started seeing each other, he turned his other half into a cruise addict, too.

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