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Signature Beverage Package, yay or nay?


Yes or no to Signature Beverage Package  

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  1. 1. Yes or no to Signature Beverage Package

    • YES go for the package!
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    • NO forget the package and pay OOP for those drinks!
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The game we play is to purchase the SBP, get coffee in the morning, have drinks all day through dinner etc.. then Log into your account see how many drinks you have left, go to the closest bar and purchase cans of soda, bottles of water to take back to your cabin to cap out your 15 drinks.

 

So the next day we have cans of soda/water etc during the day without using your 15 expensive(Alcoholic) drinks, repeat daily for the rest of the cruise.

 

How do you log into your account? On the TV in your room or an app?

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How do you log into your account? On the TV in your room or an app?

 

It's not an 'app' per se, but HAL's ships offer an intranet site called 'Navigator' where you can set up an account on your wireless device. Use of the site is free and doesn't use data.

 

On the site you can review daily activities, highlight ones you're interested in, book shore excursions, make dinner reservations and as ThePenguin1 mentions, check your onboard account.

 

We found it a very useful tool during our recent Oosterdam sailing.

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It's not an 'app' per se, but HAL's ships offer an intranet site called 'Navigator' where you can set up an account on your wireless device. Use of the site is free and doesn't use data.

 

On the site you can review daily activities, highlight ones you're interested in, book shore excursions, make dinner reservations and as ThePenguin1 mentions, check your onboard account.

 

We found it a very useful tool during our recent Oosterdam sailing.

Sounds good, thank you!

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Currently on the Westerdam. First day it seems we had 19 drinks with lunch, pre-dinner. with dinner and after dinner. drinks included diet cokes, bottles of San Pellegrino, couple of cocktails and glasses of wine, baileys and cognac after dinner. Total $161.13 compared to EBP cost of around $120. Seems good to me!

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Currently on the Westerdam. First day it seems we had 19 drinks with lunch, pre-dinner. with dinner and after dinner. drinks included diet cokes, bottles of San Pellegrino, couple of cocktails and glasses of wine, baileys and cognac after dinner. Total $161.13 compared to EBP cost of around $120. Seems good to me!

 

Nice!! ;):)

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The Navigator that is free onboard also allows you to see the MDR menu right after 9:00 AM each day. You can also see the menus for MDR and Lido Market Place on the interactive TV's on ships that have upgraded.

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The Navigator that is free onboard also allows you to see the MDR menu right after 9:00 AM each day. You can also see the menus for MDR and Lido Market Place on the interactive TV's on ships that have upgraded.

 

 

Thanks for the info

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