Royal Caribbean's unlimited alcohol packages have been very popular with passengers and many guests looking to take a Royal Caribbean cruise wrestle with the idea of if these drink packages are a good value.
For example, a margarita from the poolside bar on Royal Caribbean costs around $12 once gratuity is included. Meanwhile, drink packages can offer a great value, but only if you plan to drink a considerable amount every day of the trip. At about $60 per day, you have to drink between 5-8 drinks every day of your cruise to get your money’s worth.
You can purchase multiple drinks at one time, and as mentioned above, you can share the card.
We did not get the Select package, but I am pretty sure it includes all beers that are 16oz or less. Even if you could get say more info of your passengers to upload from home that is still many minutes there saved.
In the meantime they have 5000 ppl using paper set sail pass to use at the bars and resturants etc?
Remember RCCL does not royal caribbean drink pass you to bring any water onboard their ships.