Unless you’re booked on an upscale or luxury cruise, most drinks will not be included in the cruise fare. Basics like tap water and some juices will be, but not soft drinks or alcoholic beverages unless you buy them individually or tack on a package to bundle more in. Below we take a look at such packages onboard Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International.
Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival Cruise Line offers the simplest bundle of all, its singular CHEERS! beverage program available for advanced purchase at $49.95 per person per day plus 15 percent gratuity. Once onboard, the amount increases to $54.95 plus the aforementioned gratuity. Either way, it must be purchased for the entire length of the cruise.
For that price, guests will get all spirits (cocktails, cognacs, whiskies, beer and glasses of wine, limited to $50 or lower menu price per serving), zero-proof frozen cocktails, sodas, juices, specialty coffees and teas, milkshakes, RockStar energy drinks, Powerade, Vitamin Water, Coconut Water, Honest Tea and bottled water.
Plus, the package affords a 25 percent discount off any spirit, cocktail or wine by the glass priced over $50 per serving and wine and champagne by the bottle, as well as all beverage classes and seminars.
Norwegian Cruise Line
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