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Old February 16th, 2011, 03:18 PM
nadine at sea nadine at sea is offline
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On my first Seabourn cruise they still charged for drinks. Back then it was, I think, Crystal ? that was considering adding them free of charge. It was a big change for the luxury market. I love not having to sign for anything other than my spa treatments and would have a hard time going back to the signing.

And I don’t feel guilty for drinking a bit more champagne. My last Seabourn I had 3 children with me who were ‘Seabourn’ underage (though 2 of them were legal at home) and I still paid full price. It was my duty to drink that champagne for them. 

(Ironically, there was no legal problem with letting them blow their money in the casino.)
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