pates - Answered a Question by o'neill (08 Jun 07 13:25)

Wine lists were not available beforehand however an extensive list is providedon board, all wine can be consumed in the cabins as long as it is purchased on board the ship, there are also mini bars in the room and room service is availabl.

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Yong - Answered a Question by o'neill (10 Jun 07 12:43)

Wine list can be viewed if you go onto RCL Navigator of the sea website. . Also there are special wine packages available for dining.These wine offers are 25% cheaper than if you purchase per bottle or glass. You can pre purchase your wine but payment is in GBP and charged to your card immediately. A tip is to purchase your wine offers on board the ship (it is cheaper as the currency is USD). Orders taken outside the WindJammers Restaurant on 1st day of cruise.

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