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mocoko October 12th, 2009 12:43 PM

Taking drinks onboard
 
Someone told me you're allowed to take a case of water or soda onboard. Does anyone know anything about this? Is it a case per person? Or one case per cabin?

Thank you

Phil&Liz October 12th, 2009 05:35 PM

Re: Taking drinks onboard
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mocoko
Someone told me you're allowed to take a case of water or soda onboard. Does anyone know anything about this? Is it a case per person? Or one case per cabin?

Thank you

This is cruise line specific. Each line has their own rules on if or how much.
You have to read the cruiselines rules on bringing beverages aboard.

Some use the word "reasonable amount" such as a 12 pk of either or each.

Alcohol is a whole different story.

Just know that if you do want to bring something, buy it in the port you are sailing from, don't buy it at home and try to pack and fly with it.

Phil & Liz

Paul Motter November 18th, 2009 12:44 AM

do a search here in CruiseMates on "alcohol policies by cruise line" - we have done the story. Carnival Corp ships, generally yes, Royal Caribbean, generally no, Celebrity yes, NCL no.

It varies - look around , you will find it.

CrystalPrincess May 1st, 2010 10:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Phil&Liz (Post 1253308)
Just know that if you do want to bring something, buy it in the port you are sailing from, don't buy it at home and try to pack and fly with it.

Actually, you should never fly on embarkation day. If I can bring a drink on board, I will get it from the port city after my flight. If not, I will not cry over spilled milk. Certainly it is possible to buy something before departure, right?

captainleppy May 25th, 2010 04:13 PM

If you can take on a "factory sealed" water bottle you can take in liquor. There's a site that sells the sealed caps called camocaps. net and all you have to do is take off the old and put on a new one.


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