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Broadbent - Answered a Question by Pickstock (26 Sep 17 19:13)

Come on, basic English. Its 'allowed' not aloud for Christ's sake.

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waryck - Answered a Question by Pickstock (27 Sep 17 12:24)

On RCI Ship's Yes their is, we were stood next to a couple in the Schooner bar who were a little worse for wear, and when they asked the Barman for another round of drink, were refused as their daily limit had been reached, they were not happy and started to make a big fuss with loud words being passed to the bar staff. And as you would expect resulted in the appearance of security staff and the couple being led away, not sure what happened to them.

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Greene - replied to waryck (28 Sep 17 10:51)

Come on, basic English. Its 'there' not their for Christ's sake.

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waryck - replied to Greene (28 Sep 17 11:55)

Whatever FFS.

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George 3 - Answered a Question by Pickstock (27 Sep 17 14:00)

I think this was brought up on the forum a few days ago and I think it came out at 15 drinks per day.

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The Cruise Fairy - Answered a Question by Pickstock (27 Sep 17 14:31)

Royal Caribbean does not have a stated limit. HAL and Carnival are the cruise lines with 15 drink maximum.

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waryck - replied to The Cruise Fairy (27 Sep 17 16:40)

I beg to differ this was on the Independence of the Seas.

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Greene - Answered a Question by Pickstock (28 Sep 17 10:52)

There is no limit but if you are smashed then they will refuse to serve you.

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Driscoll - Answered a Question by Pickstock (28 Sep 17 16:34)

It is 15 drinks limit per day on Celebrity (part of RCI group), so I imagine it is the same with them.

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Morris - Answered a Question by Pickstock (30 Sep 17 12:01)

There is no limits on the drinks package with both RCCL and Celebrity having done both cruise lines I can vouch for that. But as has been said if you are drunk? the bar staff have the right not to serve you any more alcohol.

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