Boston - Answered a Question by WORKER (01 Oct 07 14:12)

P&O do not offer all inclusive upgrades, although I think you can purchase a soda card for the duration of the cruise.

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reiss - Answered a Question by WORKER (01 Oct 07 14:29)

I do not think that you can many of the cruiselines do not have all inclusive unless it is the expensive cruise companies like silversea or the cheap cruises like Island cruises. we have been on some where you can buy a drinks package when you are on the ship. we are getting less convinced as the years go on as now you have to pay to eat in restuarants - so what are they saying that the food in the remainder is just ok but not as good - well not sure if it is as good as it used to be. confused from Doncaste.

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Foster - Answered a Question by WORKER (09 Oct 07 08:47)

I got in touch with P&O a few weeks ago and they said they do not offer a drinks package as they haven't the demand for it. Maybe we should all get in touch with them in hopes they will reveiw this.

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