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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Traquair (10 Oct 08 20:04)

Princess Cruises do not do "all inclusive" if by that you mean that alcoholic drinks are included in your fare without charge. Generally it is only the cheaper three star ships and the more exclusive five star plus that offer this facility. .... Neil.

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Traquair - replied to Neil & Ida Down (23 Oct 08 12:07)

Thankyou for your response it would be great if they did. Thanks again Carol.

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green - Answered a Question by Traquair (10 Oct 08 14:15)

We have booked this cruise for march next year, wish you could upgrade to all inclusive but do not believe you can best wishes.

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Traquair - replied to green (23 Oct 08 08:19)

I will let you know how we get on, I have never been on a cruise before and we are really looking forward to it. Thanks Carol.

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cassidy - Answered a Question by Traquair (26 Nov 08 20:02)

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news princess dont do all inclusive ,as most really good cruise lines dont .the only extra cost you have is what you drink or excursions you do, if you have kids you can buy a soft drinks package at the start of the cruise. to go all inclusive you have to use a lesser company .

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