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higginson - Answered a Question by Knox (29 Feb 08 14:23)

I was on the Navigator of the seas last year and there wasn't a package like that.I think all royal caribbean ships would be the same.With the indepenence being a new ship,they could have changed their deals,but i doubt that very much.Any travel agent will be able to tell you for certain.I thought the drinks would be expensive but they dont have optics for the spirits they just pour by hand and you get a good double for the price of a single,i think it was just over 15 dollars for 2 whiskeys and diet cokes.The beer i couldn't tell you about.Have a good time,because if the Indepence is as good as the navigator,you will have a ball.

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Lancashire - Answered a Question by Knox (29 Feb 08 14:28)

You use your sea pass to 'pay' for drinks and settle the final bill at the end of your cruise. To do this you give your credit card number at the beginning of the cruise when you are checking in, then, at the end you can either let them take the money off the card or you can go and pay in cash. I don't think they offer a pay before service. Hope this help.

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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by Knox (29 Feb 08 14:53)

There is no "all inclusive" facility with Royal Caribbean. You can get a soft drinks package, they are termed "sodas" in America and there are certain wine packages details of which you will find on the RCI Web pages.....Nei.

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