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Harding - Answered a Question by hamilton (10 Apr 08 13:37)

My husband and I went on this ship in november 2007 and had the package fab would do it any time bucks fiz for breakfast port and brandies in the evening can not complai.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by hamilton (04 Apr 08 12:01)

Do you drink £20 of booze per day.....

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Dutton - replied to Aldrich (04 Jul 08 18:50)

Who wouldnt drink on holiday. I would drink £20 worth at least. And my husband a lot more so yes You do get value from the drinks package and no bill to worry about at the end of the cruise. You have to pay for the water so I will give it a miss. HA-HA.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by hamilton (04 Apr 08 14:51)

I think you will get tea coffee free you normal have to buy bottle water on some cruise ships you would be better asking what drinks are included.

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Collins - Answered a Question by hamilton (04 Apr 08 14:57)

Tea and coffee is free from the Lido buffett 24 hours a day.

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morris - Answered a Question by hamilton (04 Apr 08 16:21)

Coffee and tea are free on Thomson ships....

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hamilton - Answered a Question by hamilton (04 Apr 08 21:17)

Thanks all but idont know if i would spend £20.00 per day on drinks tIll iVE had an idea of the prices. ANY INFO.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by hamilton (06 Apr 08 12:05)

Considering the only wine you will get at lunch and Dinner is 'house wine' by the glass, and the spirits will not be propriety brands', this does not seem a good deal.

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Hulstrom - Answered a Question by hamilton (06 Apr 08 14:49)

Looking at last years Bar Tariff list, Lager & Bitter are £2.70 per pint and most cocktails are £3.40 each. If you require premium brands such as Jack Daniels or Glenmorangie then there is a small premium to pay of about 85 pence per measure. Wine by the glass is £2.95 and sparkling wine £3.20. All soft drinks are £1.25 with still or sparkling water 55 pence extra for 500ml or 85 pence extra for 1.5 litres. Red Bull is £2.00 extra. All these prices are for Summer 2007 and may have risen slighty for Summer 2008. Hope that this information helps you.

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hamilton - Answered a Question by hamilton (06 Apr 08 20:56)

Thanks hulstrom info really helpful cheer.

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