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  1. We're not huge alcohol drinkers and we buy the soda package. If we want an alcoholic beverage, would we be charged the full price or would we be charged the difference in price between a soda and the alcoholic beverage?
  2. Not sure if I should start a new thread or add to this thread. I'll start by adding to this thread. We've bought a soda package for our cruise. If we want an alcoholic drink or my wife would like a mocktail, so we pay the full price or would we pay the price difference between the soda and whatever we order? Apologies if this has been asked and answered elsewhere.
  3. Correct! We've been on several cruise lines. Norwegian Pearl - 7 day Alaskan Cruise (Seattle, Junea, Skagway, Ketichan to Vancouver) P&O Arcadia - 11 day Scandinavian/Baltic Cruise (Southampton - Copenhagen, Stockholm, Tallinn, St Petersberg, Helsinki to Zeebrugge) CMV Astor - 5 day Australian Cruise (Adelaide, Hobart, Burnie to Adelaide) Carnival Legend - 8 day South Pacific Cruise (Sydney, Mare, Isle of Pines, Noumea to Sydney) Our best experience to date was on the Norwegian Pearl. Thank you for the advice regarding dining experiences. I usu
  4. Just found this website and joined to get some advice on our upcoming trans-pacific cruise in April 2018, departing from Sydney and ending in Seattle. We are cruising on "Explorer of the Seas" and the cruise duration is 23 days!. We don't intend dining in any of the "user pays" restaurants. Will only be dining in the buffet restaurant. We are teetotalers, so aren't interested in any alcoholic drinks packages. TIPPING From the Royal Caribbean website: Stateroom attendant USD 5.00 a day per guest Dining Room Waiter USD 3.75 a day per guest Assistan
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