Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by hadall (27 Jul 08 13:58)

Straightforward answer....No, it is not complimentary.... Neil.

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hadall - replied to Neil and Ida Down (28 Jul 08 08:49)

Thanks for the info, could you please tell me if it is possible to purchase a bottle of spirits on board (as on Fred Olsen) to enjoy a pre-dinner drink in your cabin - cheers Anne.

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Ida Down - replied to hadall (29 Jul 08 00:22)

Hi Anne, not on this ship or indeed any of RCI's ships. They have a strict alcohol policy and do not allow any to be taken on board. There are those who take a bottle on in their luggage and if this is found it will be taken away until the end of the cruise. I am not sure how much is found but I understand that gin in your jamies is nor a good way to start a cruise. regards Ida.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by hadall (27 Jul 08 18:56)

Absolutley not! You can ask for the contents to be removed out of temptation's way.

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