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smith - Answered a Question by davock (10 Nov 08 16:09)

Drinks £2.60 for spirit and mixer. But the mixers are in large cans so will do at least 2 drinks. Beers are in large cans also. Did that trip last year - brilliant! Would be going again this year but flights from Manchester sold out quickly. (Maybe you got my seat!) .

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knapman - Answered a Question by davock (08 Nov 08 06:47)

Do not really know what drinks prices you are looking for but, I have escapes bar menu. Beers range from £2.30 to £2.75 per pint spirits wisky £2.60 to £3.95 larger than english measure.Best way if you want certain drinks prices is to reply to this and I will give them to you. Sally.

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Rosthorn - replied to knapman (23 Mar 09 18:38)

Hi we are going for a weeks cruise in june with our family( 9 of us) we are told we can buy a drinks package but that sounds expensive was wondering about the price of lager and bottles of wine are we allowed to take wine aboard at the various ports of call ?

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knapman - replied to Rosthorn (24 Mar 09 06:43)

Before I price, just want to say if you carry a bottle of wine or spirit on board say in between a couple of bottles of lemonade or coke and they spot the said alcohol they would keep the bottle till the last night, but, hey try it. I got away with it everytime, but there is always a first eh. do not remember being offered a drinks package, bottles of wine range from £9.95 to £12.95 they also do it by the 150ml glass or 250ml carafe. Lager range from £2.30 and £2.75 per pint. thats including beer. Get back if you need any more info. Have a great time.

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Rosthorn - replied to knapman (25 Mar 09 17:49)

Thanks for that info. What is the dress code like? Will there be a formal night? Did you also go on any trips and if so did you book on ship or wait until you docked?

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knapman - replied to Rosthorn (26 Mar 09 06:56)

Its all informal, you do not say what ports you are docking at if you care to tell me I can give more info on excursions. we do mostly ourselves. I have put a lot of photos on here if you go to search on the photos page and put in island escape you can view them.

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