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    Ivan #63

    First trippers?

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    "Even though it is believed to be a regular event, weddings at sea are a rarity. A ship's captain generally does NOT have the legal right to officiate a wedding at sea. In order for a Captain of a ship to perform a marriage at sea, he must also be a judge, a justice of the peace, a minister, or an officially recognized officiant such as a Notary Public."

    "A wedding at sea takes planning. It's not something you can decide to do at the last minute."

    Just copied and pasted the above from google. "Is shipboard Marriage legal in the USA?"

    In the states we have fifty states and fifty laws regarding thing from murder to marriage, but non- are recognized unless the Captain is ordained or a Justice etc.. If done it's purely for romantic effect and must be solemnized ashore under the legal parameters.

    Cheers, Rodney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney Mills View Post
    Ivan #63

    First trippers?
    Like down the aisle??

    Most of the new breed of cruise ships now have a wedding chapel called 'Hearts and minds' on them
    Been on two cruises when a wedding has taken place.

    One in particular comes to mind.
    Most young brides are said to have a complexion like peaches and cream, this one must have been a bit older as it was more like Rhubarb and custard.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    Like down the aisle??

    complexion like peaches and cream, .
    That expression has always puzzled me, why would you want a white complexion with big yellow blobs all over!

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