All the details of a wedding ceremony are thoroughly thought through; all the decisions are taken by wedding planners. What is left for the newlyweds is only to enjoy this beautiful ceremony, the picturesque Caribbean landscape, and of course the company of each other. There are two options of the symbolic wedding ceremony: on the breathtaking Island Saona or on the yacht on the Caribbean Sea.

The first day will be overwhelmed with emotions. A beautiful ceremony, conducted by a Russian speaking Master of Ceremony, will take place after a beauty salon. The newlyweds will arrive to the port where the yacht will be waiting for them. A photographer and a wedding coordinator will accompany them during the sea trip. A beautiful ceremony with a decorated bamboo arch, wedding certificate, rose petals firework and other necessary attributes will be followed up by lunch and photo session on the beautiful snow-white beach.

At sunset, when a fierce Caribbean sun is going down on the horizon straight into the sea and noon heat gives place to evening freshness, a magnificent dinner for two waits for the happy couple. It’s time to share impressions, and for the first time to stay alone. If the newlyweds have a desire, it is possible to organize super photo session under the starry sky. After romantic dinner on board the yacht, in the main cabin the couple will spent their first wedding night.

The second day the newlyweds will begin with breakfast on the yacht, enjoying the sea breeze. Breakfast will help to decide what further activities to choose: to scuba dive in the Caribbean Sea and organize an underwater photo session with starfishes; to go ashore on the Island and go for walk; to visit one more marvelous Island Catalina; or just to relax and sunbathe on deck, by sipping a cocktail and from time to time refresh by diving directly from the yacht.

It is interesting to note, that the yacht accommodates 8 pax, therefore both close relatives and newlyweds’ friends can participate in celebration. These two full of emotions days will pass by very fast, but the impressions from the unforgettable event on the Caribbean coast will stay forever.

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