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I realize you can't bring wine on board without paying the $15 corkage fee. However, if we order a bottle in one of the specialty resaurants, will they allow us to take the remainder back to the room for use another night.

 

Also, whats the general ballpark $ for "inexpensive" bottles? Is it similar to land resaurant prices $30-40 a bottle?

 

Thanks

 

- Tom

 

4 days and counting......

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No problem taking the wine back to your cabin, or up on deck to drink. I believe they had some bottles starting in the low $20's.

 

Here is a list from ncl.com under bon voyage gifts...you can pre-order these and they will be chilled in your cabin when you arrive.

 

Bon Voyage & Special Occasion Gifts

NCL Private Selections

* Pricing is subject to change without notice

 

Merlot, J.P. Chenet,Vin de Pays

Item # 604 - $22.00

 

Chardonnay, J.P. Chenet, Languedoc-Roussillon

Item # 202 - $22.00

 

Vintage Selections

* Pricing is subject to change without notice

Champagne, Mumm Cordon Rouge

A Classic, French Champagne

Item #092 - $50.00

Liebfraumilch, Riesling, Peter Mertes, Rheinhessen

Fine and fragrant bouquet, soft and light

Item #242 - $26.00

 

Asti Spumante N.V., Capetta

A Fruity, Sparkling, Italian Wine

Item #094 - $30.00

Champagne Moet et Chandon White Star

French, Extra Dry

Item #090 - $54.00

White Zinfandel, Woodbridge

A Fruity, California Blush

Item #0180 - $22.00

Fetzer, Chardonnay Sundial

A Classic, California White

Item #102 - $24.00

Coli Chianti (Straw Flask)

A Hearty, Italian Red

Item #636 - $28.00

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On our past trips, the restaurants would also store the partial bottle for consumption on another evening.

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On our past trips, the restaurants would also store the partial bottle for consumption on another evening.

Our only problem with this: we never have any left. LOL

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LOL....Nita, I think the only time we've had any left it has been the second bottle of the night! lol BTW, I enjoy your posts and insights. Thanks!

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No problem taking the wine back to your cabin, or up on deck to drink. I believe they had some bottles starting in the low $20's.

 

Here is a list from ncl.com under bon voyage gifts...you can pre-order these and they will be chilled in your cabin when you arrive.

 

Bon Voyage & Special Occasion Gifts

NCL Private Selections

* Pricing is subject to change without notice

 

Merlot, J.P. Chenet,Vin de Pays

Item # 604 - $22.00

 

Chardonnay, J.P. Chenet, Languedoc-Roussillon

Item # 202 - $22.00

 

 

Vintage Selections

* Pricing is subject to change without notice

Champagne, Mumm Cordon Rouge

A Classic, French Champagne

Item #092 - $50.00

Liebfraumilch, Riesling, Peter Mertes, Rheinhessen

Fine and fragrant bouquet, soft and light

Item #242 - $26.00

 

Asti Spumante N.V., Capetta

A Fruity, Sparkling, Italian Wine

Item #094 - $30.00

Champagne Moet et Chandon White Star

French, Extra Dry

Item #090 - $54.00

White Zinfandel, Woodbridge

A Fruity, California Blush

Item #0180 - $22.00

Fetzer, Chardonnay Sundial

A Classic, California White

Item #102 - $24.00

Coli Chianti (Straw Flask)

A Hearty, Italian Red

Item #636 - $28.00

 

Thanks for the great info, appreciate the time and extra effort on your part.

 

Is it too late to order wine for the cabin now, we are sailing very soon?

 

4 of Harts--what's East meets West?

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It may be too late to order now, but at least you can get a feel for the prices...they should be about the same price on the ship. They will have quite a few more options on the ship.

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I ordered a bar setup on 4/5, but then today I called and added to it. I think it has to be 2 weeks notice. I just hope they get the cabin # chg..lol

 

See ya soon for the cruise...

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Autumn--do you have a # for me to call, I talked with someone about a cake for our anniversary, then asked her about a bar set up and she acted like I had just landed from Ork. I did speak a little Mork from Ork after I got off the phone with her though, dippy do!

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I never saw a bottle less than $40 in the specialty restaurants and we ate in them 6/7 nights.

I did bring 4 bottles for the cabin.

No problems and no corkage fee.

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