Buzz Booth goes to the Royal Wedding

Cunard Line’s Executive Pastry Chef Bosco Dourado puts the “Catherine and William” cake topper on a commemorative Royal Wedding cake.  Photo: Diane Bondareff/AP Images for Cunard Line

What’s happening now:  The Royal Wedding

Our ships are always ready to please and when it comes to the Royal Wedding, the cruise lines are making sure to give the cruisers what they want: front row seats to the big show.

  • On Cunard Line, there will be plenty of royal watching happening on the three Cunard vessels. Probably the most fun will be the special commemorative menu at dinner and a champagne toast by the ship’s Captail to the newlyweds. Guests may enjoy a Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea service featuring Twinings limited edition Royal Wedding Tea or celebrate the nuptials with a  commemorative “Princess Royale” cocktail to mark the occasion.
Cunard Line’s commemorative Royal Wedding dinner menu and champagne cocktails. Photo: Diane Bondareff/AP Images for Cunard Line
  • Norwegian Cruise Line will have fleet-wide activities, the hightlights are the Prince and Princess Brunch ($15) and High Tea ($10).
  • Princess Cruise Lines will broadcast the BBC coverage of the wedding on deck on the giant Movies Under the Stars screens.


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