ALDYMAN. - Answered a Question by allaway (24 Apr 08 13:22)

Sorry but ignore lastb years prices have been told that prices have gone up by at least 20 % i m taking my own with me ! see you on bored.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
MIGGINS - Answered a Question by allaway (21 Apr 08 14:00)

Went on the same cruise last year fosters was 6.50 a pint ,cider 6.00 a pint.bottled water 2.50 a litre hope this helps .

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
PIEKEY - Answered a Question by allaway (21 Apr 08 14:14)

On the same cruise last year lager was £6.50 a pint , bitter £6 a pint.a small bottle of house red or white wine was £10 .and bottled water was £4 pound a litre hope this helps.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Cunningham - Answered a Question by allaway (30 Apr 08 10:33)

Now that the Marco Polo is sailing with Transocean Tours the drinks have been reduced in price. Beer is now £2 for a bottle of Heineken (33cl) and draft Stella is £1.55 (20cl) £2.50 (40cl). John Smiths Smooth is £2.55 for 50cl. A glass of white wine starts at £3.30. You can find the prices for other drinks/brands in the www.CRUISE.co.uk Complete Cruise Brochure which will be available in a couple of weeks - call and reserve your copy.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Atkinson - Answered a Question by allaway (27 Feb 11 17:26)

Having read various comments re prices, wine packages etc. I am still confused. Please could someone who has been on Marco Polo fairly recently, tell me if it is possible to order alcohol e.g. a bottle of cognac, from the cabin steward. We have been used to doing this on other cruise lines.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Hannah Wilson's blog

A Right Royal Caribbean Dress ...

By Hannah Wilson

Over the last few years there has been a general drift towards more casual attire during the evening on certain cruise lines. P&O and Cunard have done away with semi-formal evenings and now just have Formal or Casual attire while Celebrity have introduced Evening Chic which is really evening casual by another name. The latter is proving especially popular with men who no longer have to find room in their suitcase for their dinner suit, also those who hate formal attire when they are on ho...

Read More

Mar 28 2017 03:24:56:000PM


Celebrity Edge is on its Way

By Robin Clarke

Robin Clarke's blog

So the brand new Celebrity Edge has now gone on sale for her maiden voyage on the 16th of December starting her Caribbean voyages where she will be based in Fort Lauderdale. This ship is like no other at sea with so many fantastic new amenities on-board such as the new infinite balconies which even I was blown away by this. The balcony itself is now within the cabin and has a separator if you wish to use it to separate the balcony from the cabin. You then have a switch that you can push that ...

Read More

Mar 24 2017 06:46:43:000PM

New Ban hits flights from UK ...

By Julia Rhodes

Julia Rhodes's blog

We have all been horrified by the news recently of the terror attack that took place in Westminster and in particular on Westminster Bridge. It was devastating to hear that a Police Office lost his life along with other innocent people who were walking on the Bridge that day. They say the attack took 86 second in total but will have a lifetime effect on many. My Brother in Law works in the Houses or Parliament and, in his words, was told to run for his life when the attack was taking place ne...

Read More

Mar 27 2017 03:31:15:000PM