When you pony up for an all-inclusive cruise, like Seabourn, Regent or Siversea, do you believe you get your money's worth (the amount of cruise experience you pre-paid for with the higher cruise fare?).
I mean - you prepay for alcohol, water. soda, gratuities, - possibly shore excursions, airfare, hotels, shuttles. etc...
All of that was built into the cruise fare by the cruise line. Now, if you had paid individually for everything you personally consume during that cruise, do you think it would have cost you more, less or about the same?
I don't want to sway anyone, but the truth is that luxury cruise fares are still at historic lows.
Also - if you don't really feel you "get your money's worth" does that matter to you? Or is that NOT THE REASON why you pick a luxury cruise line?