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GORDON - Answered a Question by pymm (27 Mar 08 16:12)

Costa cruises have a x1 package which includes all bottled water, wine, bottled bear and fizzy juice when eating/sitting in the self service areas and resturant when food is being served. you receive 2 drinks per card. on our 11 night cruise in feb 08 it cost £83 per card. we bought only one card but both drank from it. your travel agent has to apply for the card. costa cruises are itallian owened and has people european people on board but they are very livley and younger people on board including many children as they have special prices for them.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by pymm (23 Mar 08 17:30)

Seabourn is all inclusive.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by pymm (23 Mar 08 20:18)

Yes , Silversea...Heathe.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by pymm (25 Mar 08 16:41)

Except that the Thomson Destiny 'all inclusive' is an optional add-on. Silversea and Seabourn are included in the price. There is also a massive gulf in quality.

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DOLAN - Answered a Question by pymm (25 Mar 08 18:28)

As above but....you will find the price of the cruise significantly different from Thomson cruises.

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Driscoll - Answered a Question by pymm (26 Mar 08 19:52)

Island Cruises have an all inclusive option, which includes far more than Thomson, bottles of water free and very small supplements for branded names.

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White - Answered a Question by pymm (27 Mar 08 19:11)

We were on island escape drinks package.but found you had to pay for coffees,soft drinks.bottle wate.

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Price - Answered a Question by pymm (27 Mar 08 20:46)

But Seabourn & Silversea can In NO way be compared to the likes of Thomson & Island.... You get what you pay for!

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