Scott - Answered a Question by Ashby (06 Apr 08 16:57)

I was on the Island Escape 2007 the drinks were equivalent to U.K pub prices.

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edmundson - Answered a Question by Ashby (27 Mar 08 13:39)

We were on the Island Star last august and found the drinks much the same price as you would pay in uk pubs.if possible i would take some back on board each time you go on shore,especially if you have children as the costs mount up over the stay and it can be quite an amount to pay when disembarking at the end of your holiday.Island Star was fantastic and our family would highly recommend them.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by Ashby (28 Mar 08 10:54)

Y es it is the right price for cans of juice do what mr edmundson says take drinks back on board we used to go to supper market get six pack of fanta for my wife used it sitting round pool just went asked for glass with ice we used to buy bottle water as well they take over 2.00 pounds for water in cabin allways bought first ono you get fresh ice every day.

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Ashby - Answered a Question by Ashby (28 Mar 08 21:20)

Thank you for your comments - did you have any problems taking the drinks on board.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by Ashby (29 Mar 08 11:27)

Usally get on board ok with any thing you buy ashore sometimes you go through customs im sure you go through at barcelona and toulon but you should be ok you will enjoy your cruise we allways have we have done one every year since 2003 but as the saying goes every one to there own taste .

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