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Dory 04-15-2010 09:37 PM

I'm a first time cruiser and am having trouble figuring out which cruise line provides ALL wine, beer and liquor at no extra cost? So far- it looks like Regent is the only one. Some provide wine with dinner but I'm looking for ALL beverages. How about Oceana, Seabourne or Azamara? This is a very important subject for my husband and I really want to get him on a cruise!

f-mattox 04-15-2010 11:44 PM

I think Seabourn and Silversea are probably the only other two that might include all beverages.

LHT28 04-16-2010 10:25 AM

The cost is in the fares so you need to weigh the cost of Luxury lines against regular lines if you drink a lot it may be worth the price of admission http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo...icon_smile.gif
You might look at Seadream
Azamara is now including wine with lunch & dinner but I other times you pay the going rate.
Oceana is a ship under P & O cruises they may have drink packages
If you mean Oceania they do not include drinks but do have soda & bottled water included in the fare, you can take bottles alcohol, wine & beer for use in your cabin.

Cruise Fanatic 04-16-2010 10:33 AM

You may also want to look at the cost of a Premium cruise line such as Celebrity. They now offer different packages you can add on. Such as Cocktail package, Beer package, wine package. Adding on an alcohol package with the cost of a cruise may work out cheaper than booking a Luxury cruise line. It all of course depends on your life style and your expectations. I would recommend you go talk with a cruise oriented travel agency that can qualify you based on your needs.

alexandra cruiser 04-25-2010 08:20 AM

I m taking a SeaDream in June, and they DO include ALL drinks for ALL the cruise,which can become quite expensive, several hundred dollars in some cases.....will also serve specialty food anytime ,anywhere,but of course you PAY for this......On Oceania, they charged us to take bottle to lunch or dinner,but can keep in cabin....I d say make sure itinerary is first choice,then determine what price you want to pay for extras....

jack2007 05-02-2010 12:34 PM

Don't forget Pullmantur the Spanish cruise line owned by RCI.They are also all inclusive and are not one of the premium cruise lines.I believe they have a ship that cruises in the caribbean and I've seen a review from some Canadians who enjoyed their cruise on her.


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