Is it permissible to bring musical instruments on a cruise? The players hate to be without them for a week on the Zenith. We have a mandolin and a (uh oh) trumpet (muted, of course). Is the noise an issue and what about checking the instruments in?
I would say leave them at home. There are plenty of musical groups on the ship. Therefore, I doubt if you could find a spot to play without interferring with the performances of the pro bands. Even worse to ruin the comfort of your fellow passengers in their cabins. Have a good cruise!
I disagree. There are always rooms not in use by other groups. I would have your travel agent call Celebrity and ask if it would be possible to use a room from time to time for your musicialns. All kinds of special interest groups wail these days. Why limit something as nice as music.
On a recent cruise out of San Juan, 3 older gentlemen from San Juan brought guitars on board and played wonderful spanish music in one of the cafe's. But, of course someone had to complain and they were told to stop. I'm a musician and but I was able to give it a rest for a week. I think things would be ealier for you if you left the 'axes' at home. However, the above suggestions are pretty good too.