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Old 11-08-2008, 04:13 PM
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I'm going on the New Ruby Princess but I would like some feedback on some of these drink cards from it's sister ships.
Questions:
1) Is there a card for virgin Daquaries or non-alcholic drinks?
2) What are the free choices besides water to drink while at dinner?
3) For a 7 week cruise, what's the cost for a coffee or drink card?

I am a BIG non-alcholic drinker and herbal tea. I don't drink soda very often.
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Old 11-08-2008, 06:17 PM
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There is no card for non-alcoholic drinks; only for sodas.

The only free choices besides water are coffee and tea.

I don't know about a 7 week cruise, but the coffee card for a 7 day cruise is $27.60.
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Old 11-09-2008, 08:06 AM
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I would also suggest that if there is a particular brand or type of herbal tea you prefer, then it might be an idea take a few tea bags along with you from home.
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I wold think that there would be lemonade in the dinning rooms by now since this is a new ship.
Last week the Island Princess had lemonade only available in the Horizon but it had to be requested. They still don't have the dispensers installed. I think they mix it buy the glass because every time I got one it was a different strength depending on how much powder they added. Strange?
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Old 11-12-2008, 02:27 PM
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I would also suggest that if there is a particular brand or type of herbal tea you prefer, then it might be an idea take a few tea bags along with you from home.
I believe we are bringing a hot pot for water...
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Old 11-13-2008, 06:18 AM
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GS400, there's probaby no need for the pot. You can have them deliver a pot of water to you from room service and there's always hot water available at the drink stations. That way you'll save space in your luggage. It's getting close now. Let us know how you enjoyed the Ruby, she's a beauty! We sailed on the Emerald last year, she's huge. Be sure to check out the International Cafe (on the Plaza deck if I recall correctly), they have sandwiches and goodies every day. Some of the items are free, some are a nominal charge. They have wonderful gelato, 3 scoops for $1.50. Bon Voyage
 
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