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RCCL/Royal Caribbean with a new wine package - and new prices

a recent update shows changes in RCCL wine package prices (its cost depends on the number of bottles in it 5-7-10-12 btls) the new RCCL wine menu. The package prices along with the complete list of wines on Royal Caribbean with prices by the glass & bottle you can see here http://www.shipcruise.org/royal-caribbean-cruise/633-royal-caribbean-wine-list-prices the new RCCL "wine and dine package" is called "Premium Platinum", replacing the old Gold, Platinum and Diamond packages available on this line. Since Nov 2012 there's also a new RCCL wine policy which allows passengers to bring their own wine onboard Royal Caribbean ships (two bottles of wine or champagne per cabin)

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