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Psyne - Answered a Question by ellis (12 Nov 07 09:03)

I was on Braemar earlier this year, a pint of Stella £2.35 and a bottle of house wine under £10. This includes a % for staff gratuities. Very reasonable.

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Russell - Answered a Question by ellis (09 Nov 07 21:09)

Not sure Braemar but having travelled on sister ship Boudicca found drinks to be very reasonable - club prices rather than pub price.

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Macpherson - Answered a Question by ellis (10 Nov 07 00:22)

We found them plesantly reasonable, cannot remember exactly what they were but even the bottles of wine were not too expensive, and you may buy bottles of whisky etc for your cabin, along with mixers at a good price.

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Macdonald - Answered a Question by ellis (10 Nov 07 10:14)

Braemar is owned by Fred Olsen not Swan Hellenic. When we were last on Braemar the drink prices were OK and cheaper than UK pub prices.

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Parry - Answered a Question by ellis (10 Nov 07 13:57)

Expensive including water--we complained but were fobbed off---take a few bottles on board !

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nile - Answered a Question by ellis (10 Nov 07 14:16)

About the same as in a pub,without a tip.

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King - Answered a Question by ellis (11 Nov 07 12:06)

Very cheap depending were you live,less than most pubs and even some clubs now, dont know how a previuos writer could complain where do they live nevernever land.

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