can anyone help me out here. do you think i will be able to bring 24 small bottles of water on board when embarking? i do know they can decide to take all of it or some of it or none of it. going on the victory this summer. bringing kids with me. thanks
I boarded the Sensation a week ago today with 12 cans of soda, four bottles of soda, one bottle of wine and one bottle of Champagne in my carry-on for my family of four. No one said a word. I can't imagine they would have a problem with your haul, though you might put yourself more at ease by putting half in your carry-on and half in another family member's carry-on -- 12 in a bag would not likely raise any eyebrows. (Though I, too, have heard that the water on board is perfectly fine. I don't think I ever drank any, though we sure went through our share of iced tea!)
They won't say anything to you for this but you might want to re-think it and take less and made them sport-type bottles instead. When they are empty just refill them with the ships water, it is a good as bottled water.
We had two huge bottles of water in our stateroom in January. There were only two of us and that bottle lasted us during the cruise and we even took it to Chankanaab with us. They were $3.50 each but worth it so I didn't have to lug it around in my luggage. I thought the ships water was just fine. They do sell bottled water for shore excursions. I'm pretty cheap, but I'd just rather not have to tote around bottled water in my luggage.