Carnegie - Answered a Question by Chris and Dave (04 Feb 09 10:46)

I bought a bottel at Duty Free and took it on the ship no problems at all. Only bought Wine on the ship and it depends on the type of wine.

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Chris & Dave - replied to Carnegie (02 Mar 09 15:48)

Thank you for your answer but it does not relate to the question asked, we did not ask about taking drinks on board!! just the prices.

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tightwad - Answered a Question by Chris and Dave (04 Feb 09 11:24)

prices are the same as your local pub just came off ventura on saturday. p&o are very reasonable with prices john smiths bitter £2.10 large can. she that must be obeyeds pimms no1 £2.75ish if you like a drink in your cabin buy your sprits (ltr bottles) in the airport, as nome are sold on the flight. p&o allow you to take them aboard.............enjoy .

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