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Full board - all meals are included, breakfast, lunch, dinner plus buffet snacks, afternoon tea etc - if there are fine dining restaurants these usually have an extra cover charge.

All inclusive means all food and drink included - but drinks usually have exclusions. I doubt your £180 "all inclusive" drinks package allows you to quaff £100 bottles of Krug champagne all day!

If you don't buy the all inclusive drinks package you will have to pay for drinks when on board, but as you say £180 for a week does seem a lot, unless it's £20 a drink!
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