Posted September 10th, 2017, 04:16 AM
Before you purchase the package, check out the drink prices. They are so reasonable that it may be more economical for her to just purchase her drinks.
I am not to fussed about it either way, it normally works out to being roughly the same as getting a drinks package, I am just one of those people that likes to have as much payed up front as possible.
There is no corking charge. Maybe BYOB is a better solution? You can also stop at the Duty Free store at the airport.
We will be flying LA-London, spending the night there, then flying down to Lisbon, maybe we can find something in Lisbon.
This is just a guess, but noticing how all cruise lines are bending over backwards to accommodate passengers' dietary limitations -- you might be able to get a waiver of the 2-passenger drink package requirement if you mention your health issues.
I will shot them an email, I have to anyways thanks to the low sodium diet
And I am guessing that you could get a note from your doctor? Maybe ask them if you had that would they accept your request?
Not a bad idea, I will fire off an email to them.
As I said, it's not a deal breaker for me, spending a couple of hundred $ extra isn't worth causing a headache about considering the total cost of this adventure.