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article imageCruise line introduces all-inclusive beverage packages

By Owen Weldon     Dec 24, 2012 in Business
The cruise line Royal Caribbean has announced and confirmed the introduction of two new beverage packages aboard 13 of their ships.
According to Examiner, the packages will allow customers to pay a set price per day for a selection of beverages, which includes alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beverages.
According to Cruise Critic,customers will need to purchase packages on the first day of their cruises. They will also need to purchase for the entire length of their cruise If a customers in a cabin purchases a package, then all other customers who are older than 21 will also have to purchase the package.
According to USA Today, The Classic Beverage Package, which includes beer and house wines and non-alcoholic cocktails an soda and juices, will run a person $45 per day, including gratuities. The Premium Beverage Package, which includes beer, house wines by the glass, all alcoholic cocktails as well as soda and juices, will run a person $55 per day, including gratuities.
In the past, Royal Caribbean has rolled out similar packages. Last year the cruise line introduced similar alcohol packages on three of their ships, and in recent weeks the cruise line has been trying out the concept on more ships.
Royal Caribbean's move comes as other lines, such as Carnival and Norwegian, are testing out all-you-can-drink packages on their own ships.
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