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You could make other tasteful food items in the blender to save on the food costs... . That way, you would not have to wonder if you eat in the buffet or the dining room.
And you could wear your jeans and flip-flops!
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Serious now....I was on 4 or 5 cruises and could never get a decent Mudslide...Sooooooooo the next one I did take the blender and Mix and made our own. Delious!! I did think the blender was a little loud and might be disturbing some folks, so wrapped it in a towel to muffle the sound. Worked like a charm. I haven't taken it again. Kinda heavy to carry (we had it in our carry on). That was several years ago and I don't know if you would get by the inspection now.
Wine and champagne do just fine now.
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I can bring a Easy bake oven for the cookies, and if the blender is battery powered they may not last the whole cruise.
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While I personally believe it's a waste of luggage space, electricity and being overly "frugal", it is something that a number of cruisers have done. I've heard the whir of a blender on a couple of cruises. The one I remember was from our neighbors on Celebrity, Mercury. They were in a Sky Suite.

I don't know if the new baggage scanning procedures would flag a blender or not. I think I'd just go for it on the rocks and buy the blended drinks.

It's a cruise not a camping trip.

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You know, I can see both sides of this one, but I think now that you mention it, if I were going to bring a blender... I would bring my majic bullet. It's small, quick and you can blend right in your cup.
Thanks for the idea....
Now thats a multi-tasker if I ever heard of one.

Maybe if the OP had said he wanted to blend his special morning protien shakes he would have gotten more constructive responses. 8)

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on my next cruise, 42 days and counting, i will just premix the booze and and put it in my st. bernard's cask. when i get to the room, i will pick up the st bernard and shake her up.
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Hmmmm I wonder how much money it costs to bring a dog... I mean.. like Leader Dogs and pooches like that...
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ohhh i actually thought of bringing my magic bullet lol!

I dont drink much but i love to make frozen lemonade vodka's. Its a great drink to sip on the balcony or even a frozen screwdriver in the mornings with breakfast.

I will most likely drink on board, ofcourse, but i can see the point of wanting to make a nightcap in your room or if your hanging on the balcony. My hubby doesnt drink at all.

As for the scope bottle...well...now thats not such a bad idea! I was going to use water bottles! (umm but im serious)
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This is the funniest one I have read yet. I got some belly laughs.

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Thanks to everyone who posted on this subject. I am sitting here with tears coming out of my eyes, I am laughing so much. I needed a good laugh.

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ohhh i actually thought of bringing my magic bullet lol!

I dont drink much but i love to make frozen lemonade vodka's. Its a great drink to sip on the balcony or even a frozen screwdriver in the mornings with breakfast.
A frozen screwdriver and a magic bullet at the crack of dawn....a match made in heaven. 8)

Sorry I couldnt resist.

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margarita on the rocks, shaken.....not stirred 8)
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Those Frozen Lemonade Vodkas sound really good!
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I have had the most fun reading these posts! I don't drink, but you guys crack me up. I am at work laughing my head off . I am printing this out to give to my family to read. We are sailing on Glory in November and they will love this. I know I will show up as a newbie, but I actually joined this board when we went on our first cruise 3 years ago. I have been away from the board for a few months and couldn't remeber my password, so I got a new one. Keep this one going for awhile. The visuals I have are hilarious!
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omg i just told my husband i was taking the magic bullet on our group cruise in sept, he got all excited till i told him it was a blender.....
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omg i just told my husband i was taking the magic bullet on our group cruise in sept, he got all excited till i told him it was a blender.....
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That's what I'm talking about! mmmmmm yummy!
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omg i just told my husband i was taking the magic bullet on our group cruise in sept, he got all excited till i told him it was a blender.....
HAHA! That's great! Shame on you, get him all excited and then yank that rug out from under him!
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OK, so I'll admit to taking a blender on my first cruise back in 2000. I read that article someone else posted & thought what the heck?! I wanted to avoid having a gigantic bar bill, so we packed the blender, crystal light & some liquor. We also brought along a small cooler. Our cabin steward brought us ice & never mentioned the blender. I'm sure I saved a ton of money!

On my second cruise, last year, we packed vodka & wine. Saved a bit of money again. I thought about the blender, but worried about the new restrictions. I'm sure we'll pack some liquor & wine on our next cruise as well.

For whoever said if you have to bring a blender perhaps you can't afford a cruise...nah, that's not it at all. I just choose not to pay $8 for every drink!
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OK, so I'll admit to taking a blender on my first cruise back in 2000. I read that article someone else posted & thought what the heck?! I wanted to avoid having a gigantic bar bill, so we packed the blender, crystal light & some liquor. We also brought along a small cooler. Our cabin steward brought us ice & never mentioned the blender. I'm sure I saved a ton of money!

On my second cruise, last year, we packed vodka & wine. Saved a bit of money again. I thought about the blender, but worried about the new restrictions. I'm sure we'll pack some liquor & wine on our next cruise as well.

For whoever said if you have to bring a blender perhaps you can't afford a cruise...nah, that's not it at all. I just choose not to pay $8 for every drink!
Most mixed drinks on Carnival are less than $6 without the souvenir glass. Understand that when people do not generate sail and sign, they dig into the profits of the cruiseline. The cruiseline is there to turn a profit. If the cruiseline cannot get a profit from the sail and sign bills, they will get their profit from somewhere else, i.e., higher cruise cost, lower quality food/entertainment and the like. While I am not knocking the idea of bring a bottle of your liquor of choice on board but if it is a person's goal not to partake in the ships non-free "activities" to save money, I again put out the suggestion the perhaps a cruise is not the best vacation for them.

But before the cruiseline resorts to raising prices across the board, they will start to do a few surprise "denial of boardings". This means that sooner or later there will be a few unlucky souls who try sneak liquor on board at embarkation and, when Carnival sees the bottles in the Xray machine, they will force the offending passenger to leave the ship with no cruise and no refund. This only has to happen a few times before word will get around and all of this blender, cocktail in the cabin nonsense will stop immediately.

It is important not to take advantage and push your luck. You are on a cruise not a camping trip.
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OK, so I'll admit to taking a blender on my first cruise back in 2000. I read that article someone else posted & thought what the heck?! I wanted to avoid having a gigantic bar bill, so we packed the blender, crystal light & some liquor. We also brought along a small cooler. Our cabin steward brought us ice & never mentioned the blender. I'm sure I saved a ton of money!

On my second cruise, last year, we packed vodka & wine. Saved a bit of money again. I thought about the blender, but worried about the new restrictions. I'm sure we'll pack some liquor & wine on our next cruise as well.

For whoever said if you have to bring a blender perhaps you can't afford a cruise...nah, that's not it at all. I just choose not to pay $8 for every drink!
Most mixed drinks on Carnival are less than $6 without the souvenir glass. Understand that when people do not generate sail and sign, they dig into the profits of the cruiseline. The cruiseline is there to turn a profit. If the cruiseline cannot get a profit from the sail and sign bills, they will get their profit from somewhere else, i.e., higher cruise cost, lower quality food/entertainment and the like. While I am not knocking the idea of bring a bottle of your liquor of choice on board but if it is a person's goal not to partake in the ships non-free "activities" to save money, I again put out the suggestion the perhaps a cruise is not the best vacation for them.

But before the cruiseline resorts to raising prices across the board, they will start to do a few surprise "denial of boardings". This means that sooner or later there will be a few unlucky souls who try sneak liquor on board at embarkation and, when Carnival sees the bottles in the Xray machine, they will force the offending passenger to leave the ship with no cruise and no refund. This only has to happen a few times before word will get around and all of this blender, cocktail in the cabin nonsense will stop immediately.

It is important not to take advantage and push your luck. You are on a cruise not a camping trip.
Yeah that will happen.

In case you missed it the cruise industry is a multi billion dollar industry with competition.

People will draw their own line in the sand regarding this crap and the industry will take the idea.

Just say no to the Nazi boats.

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OK, so I'll admit to taking a blender on my first cruise back in 2000. I read that article someone else posted & thought what the heck?! I wanted to avoid having a gigantic bar bill, so we packed the blender, crystal light & some liquor. We also brought along a small cooler. Our cabin steward brought us ice & never mentioned the blender. I'm sure I saved a ton of money!

On my second cruise, last year, we packed vodka & wine. Saved a bit of money again. I thought about the blender, but worried about the new restrictions. I'm sure we'll pack some liquor & wine on our next cruise as well.

For whoever said if you have to bring a blender perhaps you can't afford a cruise...nah, that's not it at all. I just choose not to pay $8 for every drink!
Most mixed drinks on Carnival are less than $6 without the souvenir glass. Understand that when people do not generate sail and sign, they dig into the profits of the cruiseline. The cruiseline is there to turn a profit. If the cruiseline cannot get a profit from the sail and sign bills, they will get their profit from somewhere else, i.e., higher cruise cost, lower quality food/entertainment and the like. While I am not knocking the idea of bring a bottle of your liquor of choice on board but if it is a person's goal not to partake in the ships non-free "activities" to save money, I again put out the suggestion the perhaps a cruise is not the best vacation for them.

But before the cruiseline resorts to raising prices across the board, they will start to do a few surprise "denial of boardings". This means that sooner or later there will be a few unlucky souls who try sneak liquor on board at embarkation and, when Carnival sees the bottles in the Xray machine, they will force the offending passenger to leave the ship with no cruise and no refund. This only has to happen a few times before word will get around and all of this blender, cocktail in the cabin nonsense will stop immediately.

It is important not to take advantage and push your luck. You are on a cruise not a camping trip.
Well, for a 5 day cruise our sign-n-sail bill was over $900 for two...so I'm thinking they got their money out of us. I have pretty plastic cups & some coconuts with a carved monkey face sitting on the dresser. But then again, if we're lucky, I'll be pregnant by the time we leave (odd hope I know) & they won't get a dime out of me for drinks anyway since I don't drink pop. I don't think they're gonna go out of business because I sneak a few bottles on (if I'm not pregnant).
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OK, so I'll admit to taking a blender on my first cruise back in 2000. I read that article someone else posted & thought what the heck?! I wanted to avoid having a gigantic bar bill, so we packed the blender, crystal light & some liquor. We also brought along a small cooler. Our cabin steward brought us ice & never mentioned the blender. I'm sure I saved a ton of money!

On my second cruise, last year, we packed vodka & wine. Saved a bit of money again. I thought about the blender, but worried about the new restrictions. I'm sure we'll pack some liquor & wine on our next cruise as well.

For whoever said if you have to bring a blender perhaps you can't afford a cruise...nah, that's not it at all. I just choose not to pay $8 for every drink!
Most mixed drinks on Carnival are less than $6 without the souvenir glass. Understand that when people do not generate sail and sign, they dig into the profits of the cruiseline. The cruiseline is there to turn a profit. If the cruiseline cannot get a profit from the sail and sign bills, they will get their profit from somewhere else, i.e., higher cruise cost, lower quality food/entertainment and the like. While I am not knocking the idea of bring a bottle of your liquor of choice on board but if it is a person's goal not to partake in the ships non-free "activities" to save money, I again put out the suggestion the perhaps a cruise is not the best vacation for them.

But before the cruiseline resorts to raising prices across the board, they will start to do a few surprise "denial of boardings". This means that sooner or later there will be a few unlucky souls who try sneak liquor on board at embarkation and, when Carnival sees the bottles in the Xray machine, they will force the offending passenger to leave the ship with no cruise and no refund. This only has to happen a few times before word will get around and all of this blender, cocktail in the cabin nonsense will stop immediately.

It is important not to take advantage and push your luck. You are on a cruise not a camping trip.
Well, for a 5 day cruise our sign-n-sail bill was over $900 for two...so I'm thinking they got their money out of us. I have pretty plastic cups & some coconuts with a carved monkey face sitting on the dresser. But then again, if we're lucky, I'll be pregnant by the time we leave (odd hope I know) & they won't get a dime out of me for drinks anyway since I don't drink pop. I don't think they're gonna go out of business because I sneak a few bottles on (if I'm not pregnant).
No they won't. It just has to be done in moderation.
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