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#1 jthirlwell



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Posted 25 November 2008 - 02:29 PM

We are pretty keen on going on a P & O cruise for our honeymoon as we are both young (early 20's and i've been on one before and had a blast)
Has anyone else been on a p & o cruise for their honeymoon?
Was it worth it, and did they manage to get any extras included because it was for a honeymoon? (that sounds so cheap, but hey who doesn't love freebees?!)

It just sounds good because we dont have to do anything but get on the boat and do whatever we want - no booking for meals, no driving . . . . just lounging around together and relaxing.

Thoughts please ladies?

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 11:05 AM

Hi Ladies,

PM if you want further details but you don't get freebees as such but can have it noted on your booking it is your honeymoon.

You will have a blast!

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 11:21 AM

We just got back from our Honeymoon the other week and it was a cruise from Sydney to New Zealand on Celebrity cruises the boat was the "Millenium" (The one docked in Sydney harbour on the weekend!) and it was AMAZING!

Because of our Just married status we got upgraded two classes and got a suite with a balcony and fresh fruit , flowers and a butler delivering free room service smile.gif We also had a cake delivered to our table on our last night with lots of waiters singing to us smile.gif

It was the best way to travel .. on the sea days we just kicked back and enjoyed the pool on the boat and on the port days we went crazy exploring the towns by foot - it made for some really fun memories ... the only thing i would say would be the bulk of people on the cruise were over 50 which meant that the activities were probably more suited to them than us .. but then again on your honeymoon you end up spending lots of time together anyway so it wasn't a huge issue.

Congrats and goodluck with your planning smile.gif

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Posted 09 December 2008 - 12:42 PM

we are wanting to do a cruise too, originally wanted hawaii but with the dollar how it is and the thought of relaxing and not worrying about anything but exploring won us over! look forward to hearing about other peoples cruises!
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Posted 10 December 2008 - 10:21 AM

Sorry logged in as my KK anon - oh well another clue for my victim

We went on a P & O cruise for our honeymoon - it was the BEST holiday, we loved every minute

We got upgraded to the hightest deck level. We had a "happy honeymoon" cake delivered one night at dinner, balloons on the door (which was a bit emabarrsing).

The service was unbelievable - the staff can not do enough for you. There was always something to do (and eat ph34r.gif ) and I couldnt recommand it more

I know P & O have a bit of a bad rep but I think they have really cleaned their act up. Without realizing it we actually booked during schoolies week - there were maybe 4 groups of no more than 7 school kids - and they were kept on eye on - didnt cause any issues at all

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