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can imagine all they would do if they found it is confiscate it and have a party later in the crews quarters
another 18 beers which they carried on in a bag.
Sorry don't believe it.

I wouldn't bank on carrying on a bunch of beers.

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BTW I work for goverment too

I pour my vodka/rum into a couple of small plastic water bottles (1 pint) stuff them in a zip lock bag and then into my shoes in the checked bags.
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can imagine all they would do if they found it is confiscate it and have a party later in the crews quarters
another 18 beers which they carried on in a bag.
Sorry don't believe it.

I wouldn't bank on carrying on a bunch of beers.

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Had a great time. Had a group of 10 (5 adults-5 Kids). Except for trip from Keywest to Nassau seas were smooth. As you see my above post we got alot of beer aboard so saved money, but still spent alot.
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Hello what I have seen done is Just place your liquor in a listerine bottle and die it blue looks great and its in a plastic bottle.This only work for clear liquor..

As for the drink prices I find them very good most of the drinks on a boat are 2 to 3 dollars cheaper than where I go out.

Sneak all the booze you want as long as the glass does not break and you dont get cought
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The past two years we have taken one bottle of Bailey's each time, wrapped in bubble wrap, packed in checked suitcase. Both arrived safely to our cabins.
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I know people want to save money on the cruise with their own drinks, But, IMHO, buying them are part of the fun.
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oh believe me i'll be buying them, esp if im lounging on the deck and dont feel like getting up to far to get a frozen foofoo drink.

I do however like a nice strong drink before i go out to "drink" , it gets the party started and i can sip my foo foo's and enjoy my predrink fuzz. hehe

I found a good idea, wierd but good. I'm packing a (pretty big...) bottle of peroxide......emptied and washed out, and i'm putting my rum in there (or what have you) prob half way. Then i'm using 2 water bottle for my vodka. The peroxide bottle is brown and cant be seen thru...only if they open it.

thats plenty of liquer for me tyvm.
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peroxide? Eek. Are you scared you might not get it completely clean? Why not try a 2 liter bottle of Nestea Ice Tea and empty that...its about the same color as rum. That's what i'm going to use for my crown royal.
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well first, peroxide is kinda sterile , so its self cleaning, BUT i did wash it out and am airdrying it (you can rince your mouth with peroxide, its not gonna hurt you and has no taste really)


however, your tea idea is a great one! Might do that instead.
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Hello what I have seen done is Just place your liquor in a listerine bottle and die it blue looks great and its in a plastic bottle.This only work for clear liquor..

As for the drink prices I find them very good most of the drinks on a boat are 2 to 3 dollars cheaper than where I go out.

Sneak all the booze you want as long as the glass does not break and you dont get cought
that sounds good. Has anyone ever been caught with booze? did u get kicked off the boat??
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YEH, USE PLASTIC (H2O)BOTTLES ONLY FOR ALCOHOL & PUT EACH BOTTLE IN A SEPARATE ZIPLOC PLASTIC BAG-I ALWAYS USE THE BAGS LATER FOR EXCURSIONS FOR SWIMSUITS, TANNING LOTIONS, SNACKS FOR THE KIDS, ETC.
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You know, I'm really not one to condone bringing your own liquor on the ship. BUT.. I am ROFLMAO at some of the lengths people will go through to "smuggle it".

Honestly, if you want to bring liquor onboard (in reasonable amounts) just pack it in your checked bags and it WILL be delivered to your cabins. All these girations and disguises are not necessary!!!

Many liquors are now sold in plastic bottles, and if your choice is not, just wrap it in bubble wrap. If it's in your checked luggage no one will take it from you!!!

BTW.. show some decorum and drink your own liquor IN YOUR CABIN. I don't think you'd carry your own drinks into a restaurant at home, not sure why people think it's an acceptable thing to do on a ship.
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You know, I'm really not one to condone bringing your own liquor on the ship. BUT.. I am ROFLMAO at some of the lengths people will go through to "smuggle it".

Honestly, if you want to bring liquor onboard (in reasonable amounts) just pack it in your checked bags and it WILL be delivered to your cabins. All these girations and disguises are not necessary!!!

Many liquors are now sold in plastic bottles, and if your choice is not, just wrap it in bubble wrap. If it's in your checked luggage no one will take it from you!!!

BTW.. show some decorum and drink your own liquor IN YOUR CABIN. I don't think you'd carry your own drinks into a restaurant at home, not sure why people think it's an acceptable thing to do on a ship.

Amen, Kuki, amen!
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No lecture from here. I agree it would be nice if the cruise lines would just have a policy that allowed you to bring on just a little bit your own instead of saying none allowed and playing the whole cat and mouse game. Either that, or let you purchase a bottle or so of your own on board for a half way reasonable price.

That said, the way some of the cruise lines are cutting corners, I think it is just a matter of time before they really crack down on this. If you've got a ship of almost 3,000 passengers and something like one out of every twenty sneak some of their own hooch on board, that is several thousand dollars they are losing per cruise. Times that by say 20 or so ships in a fleet and, I would guess, you are talking in the millions a year in lost revenue for the cruise line. You have to remember, also, that's hundreds of thousands, if not millions, in lost tips to some very hardworking folks onboard each year and the cruise lines depend on these tips like crazy so that they have to pay next to nothing for alot of these employees. I don't think the shareholders are going to have a sense of humor about it much longer but maybe I'm nuts. From my self-centered point of view, I would just hate it to become such an issue that they end up searching every bag that comes on board and getting on the ship ends up taking 2 hours....But I think they will if they have to. Remember, the cruise lines monitor these boards and know what's up!

As Kuki said, I wouldn't get too cute about trying to hide it. Do you really think they don't know all the tricks? Have a great time no matter where you purchase your booze!! Stay naughty for all us guys!
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You know, I'm really not one to condone bringing your own liquor on the ship. BUT.. I am ROFLMAO at some of the lengths people will go through to "smuggle it".

Honestly, if you want to bring liquor onboard (in reasonable amounts) just pack it in your checked bags and it WILL be delivered to your cabins. All these girations and disguises are not necessary!!!

Many liquors are now sold in plastic bottles, and if your choice is not, just wrap it in bubble wrap. If it's in your checked luggage no one will take it from you!!!

BTW.. show some decorum and drink your own liquor IN YOUR CABIN. I don't think you'd carry your own drinks into a restaurant at home, not sure why people think it's an acceptable thing to do on a ship.

Amen, Kuki, amen!
Amen from me too! I just did not find the drinks that expensive!
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To expand a bit on Ready's post.....

If the cruise lines truly wanted to cpmpletely prevent people from bringing their own booze onboard they'd insist the cabin stewards break report ANY AND ALL sightings in cabins on penalty of dismissal.

They dont! The cabin stewards happily bring extra ice, glasses etc. when asked. As I said, if you do decide to bring some liquor with you, you really don't have to disguise it if you put it in your checked luggage.

Better than putting it in a peroxide bottle or something silly that could make you sick

I was in the bar business for 30+ years, and on a couple of instances we did have people walk in with a bottle hidden in their jacket. They didn't stay in the bar very long. 8)

In my view your cabin is like your home, or your hotel room, and you should be allowed to have your own liquor if you chose to... and in an obviously backhanded way the cruise lines do allow it.

HOWEVER, the ship's public areas are just like any bar, restaurant, resort, where bringing your own drinks to those area is simply tacky behavior. I honestly can't imagine running back to my cabin when I want a drink, but people do it.
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This has probably been said many times before but I'll say it again.....if you can afford a cruise then why be so cheap about bringing your own booze onboard? Spending a few extra dollars on the ship generated drinks as opposed to risking the consequences of rule breaking, to me, just isn't worth it. Besides, I like the looks of all of those daily speciality drinks....got a nice little collection of the paper umbrellas going on that my kids can fight over after I'm gone..... 8)
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I always take the Travel $10 size of rum with me. Its just the right size although I usually end up taking it back home with me I still buy it for each and every cruise.
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We don't drink a lot, but usually buy a few drinks on board a cruise and like a glass of champagne or wine with dinner. We are not very knowledgeable about ordering wine. We do have a favorite that we have found at home. It is the same wine that Olive Garden serves as it's house wine. We don't care for their red wine but love the blush and the white.

So, I should be able to just carry two bottles in my carry-on, right? I have read that Carnival charges a corkage fee to serve you the wine with dinner, but some have said they never charge it. If I bring my own wine, do I just take it to the dining room and leave it prior to dinner or what?
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Iwas on 2 Carnival cruises from 2 different ports.

NY - one fifth in carryon and one fifth in checked plus 2 bottles of wine (can't remember where I put the wine).

TX - 2 bottles of wine, one fifth one 1/2 gal liqour all on carryon

In TX they said - "not allowed" and I said just wine and kept walking never said another word. In NY never said anything

Alcohol not an issue - but Carnival won't say that.


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I was charged the corkage in the "nice" specialty restaurant $14.

They never charged me in the dining room, but the policy says $10.

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We don't drink a lot, but usually buy a few drinks on board a cruise and like a glass of champagne or wine with dinner. We are not very knowledgeable about ordering wine. We do have a favorite that we have found at home. It is the same wine that Olive Garden serves as it's house wine. We don't care for their red wine but love the blush and the white.

So, I should be able to just carry two bottles in my carry-on, right? I have read that Carnival charges a corkage fee to serve you the wine with dinner, but some have said they never charge it. If I bring my own wine, do I just take it to the dining room and leave it prior to dinner or what?
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I did have my bottle wrapped in a bag in my suitcase..it was not there when I unpacked! No "girations" just ziploc bags!
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Just a note that this thread, almost 4 years old, has been resurrected from the dusty archives, and much of the information should be considered dated. They have been much stricter in their search for alcohol in luggage and carry ons.
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No lecture from here. I agree it would be nice if the cruise lines would just have a policy that allowed you to bring on just a little bit your own instead of saying none allowed and playing the whole cat and mouse game. Either that, or let you purchase a bottle or so of your own on board for a half way reasonable price.

That said, the way some of the cruise lines are cutting corners, I think it is just a matter of time before they really crack down on this. If you've got a ship of almost 3,000 passengers and something like one out of every twenty sneak some of their own hooch on board, that is several thousand dollars they are losing per cruise. Times that by say 20 or so ships in a fleet and, I would guess, you are talking in the millions a year in lost revenue for the cruise line. You have to remember, also, that's hundreds of thousands, if not millions, in lost tips to some very hardworking folks onboard each year and the cruise lines depend on these tips like crazy so that they have to pay next to nothing for alot of these employees. I don't think the shareholders are going to have a sense of humor about it much longer but maybe I'm nuts. From my self-centered point of view, I would just hate it to become such an issue that they end up searching every bag that comes on board and getting on the ship ends up taking 2 hours....But I think they will if they have to. Remember, the cruise lines monitor these boards and know what's up!

As Kuki said, I wouldn't get too cute about trying to hide it. Do you really think they don't know all the tricks? Have a great time no matter where you purchase your booze!! Stay naughty for all us guys!

There was a time long, long, ago when cruiselines did not care what you brought on board, drink-wise. And they would also happily sell you bottles in the duty free shop you could take to your cabin. But in these PC and litigious times, the lines insurance risk management people have put a stop to any consideration of unlimited booze. They have to put on a show of maintaining some control of alcohol consumption, even tho they want us to drink the ship DRY! That said, I think it is beyond childish to sneak alcohol on board, and an automatic failure of Vacation 101. The drinks are normal resort prices and can be ordered in the room. Also Bon Voyage will sell you bottles for consumption in your room. So the only excuse for smuggling is childishness. And children shouldn't be drinking.
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