Hi there! Why haven't you registered yet?? You are missing out on our FAMOUS Roll Call forums, where you can meet other cruisers sailing with you and share a tour or shore excursion and SAVE MONEY! Register Now!
alot and many.LOL!!
on a seven day cruise i will have about 3 drinks a day but to be honest with you, on one of those days I get hammered so I have like 5 or 6. each about 7 dollars give or take and so my calculator says about 200 but i must be fibbing because it always ends up being more. count on a $400 PP bar bill.
__________________ Bully Lover! Granduer of The Seas 2013 Enchantment of The Seas 2012 Enchantment of The Seas 2011 Carnival Pride 2010 Explorer of The Seas 2009 Majesty of the Seas 2006
My dh and I drink a lot (I'll defend us by saying that we are teachers!), and I honestly have no idea how much we drank on our last cruise, just that I am happy that it looks like we will be going into this one with some OBC to buffer the pain of the final bill. I suggest being drunk the final night to ease the sting.
If we're in port....usually just wine with dinner, or a fancy mixed drink at night. If we're on the ship all day, I might have a beer out by the pool, and then wine with dinner or a martini at night. I love the girly drinks like daiquiris, pina colada, etc. but also wouldn't mind a corona with a lime! So I guess it could range from 1-3 drinks? I don't normally drink that much at home but will definitely have more on vacation! But never enough to ruin my plans for the next day.
Emerald Princess - Southern Caribbean, 10 day roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale, Jan. 2014 (*our first cruise together!*)
Crown Princess - Western & Southern Caribbean, 14 day B2B roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale, Jan. 2012 Caribbean Princess - Southern Caribbean, 7 day roundtrip San Juan, Dec. 2008 Sun Princess - Southern Caribbean, 10 day roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale, Dec. 2006 Golden Princess - Southern Caribbean, 7 day roundtrip San Juan, Feb. 2006
I don't drink spirits or beer. My husband and I usually drink a bottle of wine or maybe a little more per day on average. It depends on the cruise though. We definitely drink more on a Caribbean cruise than a port intensive Med cruise.
August 2002--Disney Magic Eastern Caribbean
October 2005--RCCL Mariner Western Caribbean
October 2011--Disney Dream Bahamas
June 2012--Windstar Wind Surf Back-To-Back, Rome to Venice to Athens
April 2014--Paul Gauguin to French Polynesia
Still to come...
2016 -- Windstar Wind Surf Southern Caribbean Back-To-Back
2021 -- SilverSea Explorer Antarctica for Milestone Birthdays!
Three weeks in Europe (two on a ship) with a 20" roll aboard and a tote bag--packing list here.
My all in a 20" wheeled bag for a warm weather cruise packing list here
A couple of beers beside the pool around lunchtime, a couple more in the pub whilst waiting on the girls getting ready for dinner. One with dinner, or maybe a glass of wine then a few G&Ts whilst relaxing in one if the lounges. Finish off with a Disarrono before bed and I'm done
margaritas or Cape Cods. We are not big drinkers and I would rather save the calories for something I love way more than alcohol.
Hubby and I don't drink any wine.
7 continents and 51 countries (so far) in my "Around a Big World with a Small Bladder" quest.
North America: 39 of the 50 states of the USA
Europe: Netherlands, September 2006
South America: Argentina, January 2007
Antarctica: Antarctic Peninsula, January 2007 (cruise)
Africa: South Africa, June 2008
Australia: Sydney, Tasmania, etc. February, 2009 (cruise)
Asia: Singapore, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, March 2009 (cruise)
Last cruise, 4 day on the Paradise, bar bill was $460. We also used $100 in drink coupons.
2012 Legend, Breeze, Paradise
2013 Sensation, Paradise (Platinum), Sunshine, Ecstasy
Royal Caribbean Cruise:
2002 Sovereign of the Seas