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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Radnedge (01 Feb 09 14:37)

Given the dollar/pound exchange rate a deal on a drinks package might not be to great, what is always good value is cocktail of the day. When you are in any bar check the price list to look for best value and order that, if you simply say a gin and tonic your unlikely to be served the cheapest.

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radnedge - replied to BLYTH (02 Feb 09 08:32)

Thanks for your reply, is there anything else you could tell me about the sea priness, I have read conflicting report.

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Blyth - replied to radnedge (03 Feb 09 09:42)

Have a look at the Reviews on this site I opened up 5 and all thought it great and gave their overall cruise score as a 5 so not bad. Never put 100% faith in bad reports some take a delight in moaning about something not sure why if you go to a hotel it is never 100%, if you try really hard you can find faults but on a cruise ship with over 2,000 passengers all from different parts of the world some people can't cope - enjoy your cruise .... Bill.

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Jean Whittle - Answered a Question by Radnedge (01 Feb 09 15:16)

Also remember that 15% gratuities are added to each drink.

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radnedge - replied to Jean Whittle (02 Feb 09 08:23)

Thanks, with six of us going thats going to soon mount up!!

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Radnedge (01 Feb 09 15:34)

Princess do not do alcoholic drinks packages, soft drink packages only, $6 a day I believe...... Wilba.

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radnedge - replied to Wilba (02 Feb 09 08:20)

Thanks .

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lewis - Answered a Question by Radnedge (02 Feb 09 12:20)

How much is a pint of lager and beer on the sea princess.

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TWIGGER - Answered a Question by Radnedge (02 Feb 09 19:52)

The wife & me were on sea princess in december ended up with a bar bill of £1200 not even drunk but great fun just go for it. Cans of lager & cider 6 dollar a piece wine cheapest bottle 20 dollar + 15%. Cheapest we had was on ocean village.

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wood - replied to TWIGGER (16 Feb 09 19:13)

Just got back , great cruise , but the beer prices were outragous ., worked out about a fiver for a can of fosters or guiness .., ps no more cider on the ship.

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