This looks good to me why all the negative votes.
All Royal Caribbean cruises can be upgraded to true all inclusive. Just purchase one of their drink packages to suit.
Thanks Im not a massive drinking fan so I guess it won’t matter too much
Food , entertainment , tea , coffee , juices , water are free at breakfast, lunch and dinner and in the buffet on all cruise lines . It’s just alcohol you pay for . Unless you buy a drinks package or go for a all inclusive cruise . Use google you will learn a lot
So do I look for an all inclusive cruise, to take advantage of included food/entertainment/drinks?
It all depends on the cruise , we do a Caribbean cruise once a year . See 7-10 different islands . Eat top quality food . Drink lots of alcohol. Watch entertainment in one of the venues . We always pick the huge super ships like Britannia ( P&O ) or Harmony ( Royal Caribbean ) . As they have 15 bars , 12 restaurants, cinemas , ice rinks , water slides , wave pools , and much more . Then we enjoy the Caribbean beaches in the day . Normally go December as it’s about 27 everyday and hardly a drop of rain . We mix our holidays up so we try to do a all inclusive beach resort , a cruise and Las Vegas every year . Self employed so I can take as much time off as I want .
This was £50 cheaper back in July, The current Navigator crossing(13n) arrives tomorrow(the other way) balconies got down to £699pp I think this one will get cheaper again.
Thats a vast improvement on our wait time of about 2 hours, so somethings definitely changed. I just remember utter chaos, walking past a massive queue consisting of people from our ba flight and other flights, to find someone who could tell us where to go. We got directed to an area where you firstly completed a security check by yourself, then we had to go through a manned passport control. Good thing was getting a cab immediately as we were one of the first out. We got to our Miami beach hotel about 6 or 7pm, while others from our flight finally walked in about 10pm, which may have had something to do with security staff dropping like flies due to it being a particularly busy Saturday!
Guaranteed inside cabin?? Makes it sound like its an upgrade.... from what lol
We just came back from Miami yesterday after a cruise. I would agree that Miami airport has been a pain in the past but this time we went from plane landing on the runway to in our hotel room in downtown Miami in less than an hour. We used the automatic passport control gates at the airport and went straight through. We saw so many passengers from our BA flight not realising you can use the gates and going to line up at the immigration desks which take ages. We were really impressed especially after the normal 2/3 hour waits of the past. Regarding the Trans Atlantic cruises... We have done 2 of these and treat them the same as we do a resort based beach holiday. Lots of time to relax with a good book etc. Just remember that when doing a west to east crossing you will lose an hour on some of the days with the different time zones you cross. On both our cruises (also with Royal) they made the time change at noon so it didn't affect you too much.
I am glad it is not from Southampton to New York!
ive expired this deal as it was clearly a misprice yesterday
Shows as £1500+ when I went through the link?
Deffo be more unless I stop at home lol
Probably be dearer.