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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:50 pm 
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odman wrote:
Now with a new layout. Check it out!


woah, really nice work! I especially like all the purple and gold accents and that wild purple space title. :CLAP:

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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
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Nice new layout! Thanks Knut!


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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
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can someone remind me how many non-alcoholic drinks we can bring?


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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
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notkuroda wrote:
can someone remind me how many non-alcoholic drinks we can bring?


That seems to vary wildly, but they took my case of water last year, so apparently that was too much. =P

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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:38 am 
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I think we could take a 2 liter on last time I went, but that was a few years ago


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They say you can't bring any food or drinks on the boat. It happens anyway. You just can't leave it out in the open like has been done in the past. Putting a luggage tag on a case of water is not going to get it to your cabin.

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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
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Yacht club is worth it if you don't mind walking a little and drinking a lot

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collins wrote:
Yacht club is worth it if you don't mind walking a little and drinking a lot

what all was entailed in the yacht club? was it pricey?


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Its not cheap but with the free drinks it made it worth it for me and my roommate kind of a pay it forward deal, you just got to walk to the YC bar which is usually faster then getting a drink at a normal bar

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 Post subject: Re: Jam Cruise FAQ
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collins wrote:
Its not cheap but with the free drinks it made it worth it for me and my roommate kind of a pay it forward deal, you just got to walk to the YC bar which is usually faster then getting a drink at a normal bar


so it was free drinks and you got to skip the normal boarding lines? sounds like it might have been worth it, it's cheaper than becoming a lifer i'm sure, although probably not as much fun.


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Could you get drinks at any bar for free or just the YC bar?


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just the YC bar, think this limits the giving away of drinks

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Can you order drinks by the pitcher?

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didn't think about using a different cup then the 16oz that they give you. I was getting triple crown royal w/splash of ginger(i broke down a few times and they cost me 21 bucks at a pay bar). next year i will upgrade to my own mug so i can carry more at one time. thanks for the advice stASH

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