mellor - Answered a Question by toward (20 Oct 07 14:33)

Sorry but no.

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Brierley - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 12:27)

I have never heard of this option being available on P&.

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toward - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 14:09)

We where offered it on the oceana 2 years ago after we were on board ,it was about £200 each person.

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WRIGHT - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 18:29)

You are better off paying for drinks etc at the end of your cruise.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 18:51)

Recently on Oceana they were doing an offer where you could buy a sports bottle with 'Coke' logo-ing and get 20 fill ups from the 'wonderbar' drinks dispenser for £20. The bottle was obviously then the childs to keep. Not sure if you could purchase additional drinks without buying another bottle if kids do not drink enough fizzy drinks to justify paying for the offer.

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Ireland - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 19:45)

Hi, we were on Arcadia 2 months ago and they do not offer an inclusive package. However, in the restaurant, you can order various wine 'packages' which equates to about 15% discount if you purchase 6 different wines in one transaction. Those wines would be served at the table for you on varying / different evenings according to your requirements.

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Bryson - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 20:00)

On Oceana there was an experiment which was abandoned fairly quickly. So there is no drinks package on P&O.

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Webster - Answered a Question by toward (19 Oct 07 22:49)

Have cruised twice on Arcadia, latest this September and twice on Oceana and have never heard of this option.

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Vaslot - Answered a Question by toward (20 Oct 07 07:10)

I have cruised with PO on Oceania and Arcadia and to my knowledge there are no all inclusive packages with any of there ships.You have a card with your picture on it that is used to pay all your bills and to go ashore as a ships passport.

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Foster - Answered a Question by toward (20 Oct 07 08:41)

Never been offered it, even '2 years ago on Oceana', have e-mailed P&O and asked the same question, their reply was 'No, they have never been asked'...!

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