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Old January 28th, 2017, 11:17 AM
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I apologize if this question has been asked and answered, I'm new to the forum.
We are booked on the Regal Princess, Caribbean East/West Adventurer, back to back East/West Caribbean, 12/3-12/17, 2017, out of Fort Lauderdale.
I have heard that there is a 7 and 10 bottle wine package, anyone have knowledge about this and if so details and quality of wine.
I was considering bringing my own wine.
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First, check with your agent, as they can provide you more specific information about your cruise.

Second, keep in mind that you can only bring one bottle of wine/champagne per adult onboard at your initial embarkation port only. Any additional bottles will incur a $15 corkage fee, making it rather expensive to bring extra bottles with you.

As for the type of wine you get with the wine package, we've not personally done it, but have had clients who have and some people enjoy it, while others do not - just a personal thing. We always felt the prices were too inflated, so we've preferred to just buy one or two bottles that we really like. Perhaps others on this forum can provide their own personal experiences.

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Fort Bragg - you army?

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Hello - I was just on a Mexican Riviera Cruise and I don't remember seeing the package you refer to. The only ones I remember are the "All-Inclusive Drink Package" and the "Wine Package"
You have a BYO bottle of wine - 1 per adult. I would definitely take advantage of this. Find screw tops so you can open in your cabin, pour and take to the dining room - avoid corkage fees


*All-Inclusive Drink Package includes cocktails, beer, wine, bottled water, sodas, specialty coffees, and more! The price of this package is $56.35 per day, plus gratuity

*Wine Package: $25 for four 187ml bottles. (ordered from room service)
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