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Personally, I have no respect for individuals who resort to sneaking contraband on board, regardless of their intentions. This issue goes to the matter of integity.

The fact of the matter is that, by booking a cruise, you agree to abide by the rules that the contract sets forth. If that contract includes not bringing alcohol on board, then your action is breaking your agreement and I would have no difficulty with the cruise line confiscating your contraband or, even, refusing you passage.

When we sailed the Smokefree Paradise, it seemed every cruise that some fool would try to sneak smoking materials on board or even smoke in their room. Their actions were a clear violation of the agreement that they signed and Carnival would appropriately disembark them for their actions.
Wow, aren't we noble! However, Carnival allows you 1 bottle per person.

Does this mean you never speed either? Do you always go the speed limit????
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Nobility has nothing to do with it. It has to do with integrity. Yes, Carnival does allow one 750ml bottle of wine or champagne per person during embarkation.
Just to be clear it's one bottle of wine or Champane per person over 21 on Carnival. Carnival does not limit the bottle size to 750 ML (princess does).
This is direct from Carnival's site under ticket contract:
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(f) Except as noted below, Guests are prohibited from bringing alcohol on Carnival’s vessels for on board consumption. However, at the beginning of the cruise during embarkation day only, guests 21 years and older may bring one bottle of wine or champagne per person on board. A $10 corkage fee per bottle will be charged should guests wish to consume this wine/champagne in the dining room, or a $14 corkage fee per bottle if consumed in the Supper Club. All alcohol, additional quantities of wine/champagne and excessive non-alcoholic beverages will be confiscated and discarded without compensation.

If you read Carnivals website closely it does infact mention bottles no bigger than 750ml can be brought aboard one per person. I though brought a magnum of champagne last year and all they said was "wow thats a big one" and let me on.
To me the ticket contract is the binding contract; if they fail to state size on the contract that is thier problem, not ours. This is probably why they let you on board with a magnum of champagne. It's similar to the fact that you can pre order bottles of hard liquor to be delivered to your room from the Bon Voyage dept, but not while on board. There is no way to order it from the website the only way is to call the Bon Voyage Department directly. There are loop holes to everything the trick is finding them.
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From my personal experience, its easiest to take regular bottles in your carry on luggage. I was on the Destiny in the Caribbean this summer. There was duty free alcohol at the terminal which was a great deal. I am a champagne drinker so bought a bottle and I put it in my carry on, which is allowed. I wanted another one so my friends and I went to our rooms dropped off our bottles and then we went back off and did it again. They bought hard liquor at the duty free instead of wine and no one questioned it at the security check in and they went right through.
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from cruise critic.......

What's the Best Method?

Here comes the good stuff: First the numbers. The majority of members (nearly 60 percent) said that wrapping carefully and packing in checked luggage was their method of choice; 15.5 percent said the innocuous water bottle approach was the best method, while 19.3 percent said that they simply put it through the security scanners when they board and see what happens. But it was in the "other" category that some more interesting methods surfaced.

"Bought seven bottles on St. Thomas ... had six packed in a box and one in a regular bag. When reboarding, 'gladly' handed over the box (for safekeeping!) and just walked by carrying the bag ... smooth!"

"I have been told that some people have visited wineries on their trip and the wineries have special labels (like 'Apple Juice') for their cruising visitors -- innovative."

"We have bought the mini (airline) bottles and then put them in our socks, travel kit, etc. It is a little more expensive to buy this way but we can get quite a variety of different liquor onboard with this method."

"Look mature, responsible and old (easy for some of us)."

"Fake colostomy bag?"

"Have a travel canteen (soft bladder type 64-oz., non-metal) that I pack in my luggage."

"My wife hides a one liter bottle in her pants -- wears an outside shirt to cover it up. She has even smuggled in a 750-ml bottle between her breasts -- she has managed to get bottles of vodka onboard from every port in the world and on every cruise line. She has never been caught. She is the best there is."

"Boxed wine seems to work in checked luggage."

"Bring it in a flask (plastic is the key though, to avoid the metal detectors)."

"Send bon voyage gifts to yourself."

Some took this question as a means to make a statement about the policies in general....

"Don't hide it; just bring it aboard. Be prepared to chuck it if there are objections. Next time then, choose another cruise company. We only have to put up with this BS if we let ourselves."

"Cruise Seabourn or Silversea and you do not have to concern yourself with the 'problem'!"

"I think that by making a big deal about it like this you are only encouraging the cruise lines to crack down on the smuggling! If you can take a bottle in your luggage and they look the other way even if it's not permissible, then we should be happy and leave well enough alone! Please stop talking about it!"
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Who answers this question honestly, how do you know Carnival
Lost Prevention/ Security didn't post this??????????
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Who answers this question honestly, how do you know Carnival
Lost Prevention/ Security didn't post this??????????
I was the one that asked it and trust me, Carnival and all ship lines know already how people sneak it on. They won't do anything unless you blatantly bring it on. They have 3,000 passengers to screen, they have more important things like security.

I bring on alchohol every time and never have had a problem. I was just curious how others do it!
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"My wife hides a one liter bottle in her pants -- wears an outside shirt to cover it up. She has even smuggled in a 750-ml bottle between her breasts -- she has managed to get bottles of vodka onboard from every port in the world and on every cruise line. She has never been caught. She is the best there is."
Okay that is just funny. How many bottle do you think I could hide.
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What about when you fly? They don't get broken in the shuffle of the flights?
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What about when you fly? They don't get broken in the shuffle of the flights?
You can do a yellow pages search by distance (you just need the port or your hotel address) for liquor stores and buy the alcohol before you board. Only buy what you will drink during the cruise and you don't need to fly with alcohol at all.
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Don't ya love the high and mighties coming out to attack? I answered the OP's question. Period. On Carnival, I use the Bon Voyage service for booze. Other lines to not have the service, therefore, in order to enjoy my legally purchased booze in the privacy of my cabin, I smuggle.

Trust me, we still have quite a bill for on board purchases and yes, for drinks purchased in the casino, by the pool, at the theatre, in the mdr, and so on.

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I was on the Fantasy a few weeks ago and I had 2 32oz. Rum Runners packed in my checked bags and they made it through with no problem.

For those people with the argument that you are "cheating" the cruise line, how many of you bring soda aboard instead of buying the soda card? What about taking non ship sponsored shore excursions? Your ripping off the cruise line too. Both of these items generate money for the cruise line. Some of us just prefer to have a pre-dinner drink in our cabin while getting ready, or it is nice to sit on your balcony in private without being in a loud, sometimes crazy atmosphere.
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I was on the Fantasy a few weeks ago and I had 2 32oz. Rum Runners packed in my checked bags and they made it through with no problem.

For those people with the argument that you are "cheating" the cruise line, how many of you bring soda aboard instead of buying the soda card? What about taking non ship sponsored shore excursions? Your ripping off the cruise line too. Both of these items generate money for the cruise line. Some of us just prefer to have a pre-dinner drink in our cabin while getting ready, or it is nice to sit on your balcony in private without being in a loud, sometimes crazy atmosphere.
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I agree.. The OP didn't ask for a lecture on morals or integrity. So I don't understand why you offered that comment? There's a lot of people that bring liquor on board because they've already spent $2000-$4000 on airfare and the cruise itself. Maybe they don't want to spend another $1000 on drinks? (and don't tell me "then don't drink if you can't afford it" .. because that's just lame)

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I still spend almost $700 on liquor for the duration of the cruise in addition to the two bottles we sneak on board. I drink vodka. What we have done is take two scope bottles, pour the vodka in and put two drops of food coloring in.. it blends perfectly. Ya I feel VERY high school when I do it.. But I also save mucho cash so I don't complain!
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Looking at this from the other side, I think if I were one of the people responsible for scanning luggage and was curious enough to open yours, it would make me suspicious of why you were bringing so much mouthwash. (Maybe to complete the disguise eat a big bowl of garlic pasta before embarking, in case they get too inquisitive.) It would seem to me that they probably know whats going on and most of the time they don't care either way. I would just chuckle and pass it on through if I saw two big bottles of scope in someones bag. It almost seems to have become a form of entertainment for those who smuggle booze on board and maybe Carnival sees it that way too, they could easily bust many more people if they wanted to. Anyway most people seem to feel that its just as easy to wrap up carefully in the original bottle and pack it. We did this on our first cruise and didn't have any problem getting on a couple of smaller bottles and even a 12 pack of beer.
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My wife and I purchased a special box made for transporting champagne & wine on airplanes. You can buy these boxes in either 6 or 12 bottle size. I have taken this box twice on Carnival Cruises and planning to take it a third time in March on our South American Cruise in March. Sure is nice to have some wine in your room. But, we do our fair share of buying drinks in the dinning room and on the deck.
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Mr. Bill.....I thought Carnival only let you carry on one bottle of wine per person?
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Cherylroy, I could be wrong, but my thinking is that when you check your baggage on, it is inspected by security personnel (not Carnival) who are looking for weapons and explosives, not alcohol. So, twice, my special aluminum case has shown up at my door later in the day. Like I said, we plan to use it a third time this March. Hope you find this info useful.
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Katlady -

I was quoting from their FAQs http://www.carnival.com/CMS/FAQs/Liq...on_Policy.aspx

Interesting that their FAQ has different language than their contract language. Makes on wonder if the 750ml is enforceable since the contract language is less specific.
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Sorry to dredge up an old thread, but I had a similar (non-alcoholic) question. When we cruised with Disney, we just used packing tape to tape one of our luggage tags to a case of bottled water, and it was delivered to the room. The Carnival contract says:

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Anyone know what "excessive" is to the cruise line? Can I take a 20-pack of bottled water or soda on for example, or is that excessive?
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Im right there with you about digging up an old thread but on my cruise I just returned on, getting alcohol on board was simple. Security is looking for weapons and things that will burn the ship down (irons).

I was told to throw my big bottle of water out (which was in my carry on going through security), which I thought was weird because it was sealed.

The cruise lines can say all they want that it's a safety issue with bringing booze on board but getting down to brass tacks, its revenue. Regardless if i bring 3 bottles on or no bottles on, im not walking my butt down to the room every time I want a refill and I am def not carrying a flask around with me.

I've brought a bottle on board and left with the same bottle because I was never in the room and was to lazy to make a drink in the room after partying up top.

I guess it all boils down to how thrifty you are.

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Perhaps if Cruiselines wouldn't 'bend' their own rules about dress in the dining room, Pax wouldn't 'bend' the rules on bringing liquor on board.
That is part of the crux of the biscuit (FZ).

Specifically, if Carnival charged a reasonable price for beer and alcohol, and had a decent pour for alcohol, I think their profit would increase and costs related to trying to beat obscene prices would decrease.
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I was on the Fantasy a few weeks ago and I had 2 32oz. Rum Runners packed in my checked bags and they made it through with no problem.

For those people with the argument that you are "cheating" the cruise line, how many of you bring soda aboard instead of buying the soda card? What about taking non ship sponsored shore excursions? Your ripping off the cruise line too. Both of these items generate money for the cruise line. Some of us just prefer to have a pre-dinner drink in our cabin while getting ready, or it is nice to sit on your balcony in private without being in a loud, sometimes crazy atmosphere.
If you want to hear a howl, how about limiting cigarettes carried on board to 1 pack per person. Cigars and pipe tobacco to none.
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These days with weight restrictions, scanning , security and packing right , just not worth the exercise to sneak booze on board.
After paying a large price for airfare and cabin I'm not about to worry about what is costs to drink on the ship. Course we do not consume a lot anyhow, a few drinks a day and a wine at night,

Once in Mexico with Princess, a shop was other side of fence on the quay and we bought some tequila. Shore security just passed us through to the ship which we kept for a gift.

Another time I arranged for Princess to have Rum and softdrinks in the cabin..Price was fine and we drank in the cabin.
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If I am remembering this story correctly, the boyfriend had actually put illegal dope in an aspirin bottle and she took that thinking it was aspirin.....
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I have always packed plastic pint bottles of rum and vodka. As long as it has been in checked baggage it has never been detected. Once I was caught trying to carry booze aboard in a carry-on. They returned the booze after the cruise. Holland allows champagne and wine carry-ons.
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Wow! That's heart-breaking! So, he must not have even told his girl friend he was smuggling the alcohol onboard.

They allow you 750 ml of wine or champagne, in case you want a specific bottle you've been saving to celebrate. And if you're on a cruise, that should be enough!
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Sorry to dredge up an old thread, but I had a similar (non-alcoholic) question. When we cruised with Disney, we just used packing tape to tape one of our luggage tags to a case of bottled water, and it was delivered to the room. The Carnival contract says:



Anyone know what "excessive" is to the cruise line? Can I take a 20-pack of bottled water or soda on for example, or is that excessive?
From Carnival FAQs Liquor and Beverage Policy:
On embarkation day, guests may bring a small quantity (package of 12 per person) of non-alcoholic beverages onboard, only in their carry-on luggage.
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