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Mooney - Answered a Question by williams (28 Jul 07 18:55)

Island Escape have all inclusive - we were on her sister ship Island Star in June & had a great time. Food was fantastic, staff were amazing. The entertainment was a bit week - more like a 'Red Coat' show but a lot of passengers really enjoyed it. Will definately be going again. Very informal & frinedly.

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Webster - Answered a Question by williams (29 Jul 07 14:29)

Princess have deals when you get onboard for unlimited soft drinks of coffees for a fixed price at the start of the cruise - and obviously apart from speciality dining, all the food is free.

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Collins - Answered a Question by williams (29 Jul 07 22:52)

Ask your travel agents, thats what they are paid for, some comapnies do an add on for a fee, that included an upgrade for free drinks. Don't forget tea, coffee etc is mostly free, again check.

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George - Answered a Question by williams (31 Jul 07 20:09)

Island Escape does a free upgrade to all inclusive if you book by certain dates via your travel agent. We went all inclusive to the Med.last september and had a fantastic deal,all drinks from all bars and as much wine as you wanted with your meals!

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by williams (02 Aug 07 19:36)

Try Silverseas there "all inclusive".

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