Not understanding some stuff about cruises; can anyone help?

(58 Posts)
KatyMac Sat 09-Jul-11 21:41:32

Are they AI?

What does it mean when it talks about a 'drinks package'

Is it worth £1000 to have a 'deluxe' cabin with a double bed (DH thinks yes....I am less sure)

Is it very dressy?

What will DD (14 by then) do all day?

Aw, wish I was going. My lot are off again next month and I'm not going, I'm really jealous sad

My favourite memory was the entire ship out on deck at 5am with coffee and croissants as we sailed up the Hudson river into Manhattan... <sigh>

Early morning on deck is magical, isn't it?

KatyMac Fri 15-Jul-11 14:47:10

Oh you guys

I can't wait; I'm so excited & I really can't wait

I have a week camping in France first

KatyMac Fri 15-Jul-11 21:39:34

DH has started planning his outfits hmm

Geordieminx Fri 15-Jul-11 22:05:56

It's not as formal as you think it's going to be, or at least it doesn't have to be?

There was a formal night in the dining room, weren't going to go as Dh didn't have a suit, but he was told by maitrde (sp) that trousers and shirt would be fine and it was, a took mostly maxi dresses?

You will have ball!

KatyMac Fri 15-Jul-11 22:12:02

DH is a dance teacher

DD is a competitive ballroom dancer

They are formal anyway....kinda

I'm always the over dressed one as well

But it's the potential dancing that is exciting DH (we are away on a dance conference in Worthing atm & he brought 4/5 outfits)

Geordieminx Fri 15-Jul-11 22:36:55

You can never be over dressed on a cruise grin

very useful info here. Thanks smile

AndreaDawn Sat 20-Jul-13 21:22:06

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