Carnival Cruises is making Tests 'all-you-can-drink' Alcohol Pack

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Add industry titan Carnival Cruise Line to the list of lines that offer "all-you-can-drink" alcohol pack.
The largest cruise company in the world this month has started making tests a nearly 50 dollars per day package on the Carnival Victory which gives cruisers access to unlimited wine drinks, beer and spirits like sodas and non-alcoholic frozen cocktails.
The "My Great Bar Program" package, as it's being named, costs 42.95 dollars per person for a day plus an automatic 15 per cent gratuity of 6.44 dollars and might be used to order all wines by the glass, beer and single cocktails for the price at 10 dollars and lower. Whole bottles of wine and champagne, like wines by the glass, beers and single cocktails for the price at above 10 dollars, are accessible at a 25 per cent discount.
A protest: Every traveler ages twenty-one years and over in the same stateroom need to purchase the beverage package - a rule probably enacted to fend cabin mates from "sharing" a package. Travelers under twenty-one can't buy the package as cruisers need to be twenty-one years or older to consume alcohol on Carnival cruise liners.
Travelers might sign up for the package at Carnival Victory cruise ship's atrium and casino bars, like a bar within the major swimming pool zone.
Carnival's idea comes a year after rival Royal Caribbean rolled out all-you-can-drink alcohol packages on 3 cruise liners based overseas. Celebrity Cruises unveiled all-you-can-drink packages fleetwide in 2010.
A spokesman for Carnival Cruise Line reported that the line has not decided yet, whether it is going to add the new alcohol pack on its twenty-three other cruise vessels.