We are new to Disney, and we would like to know if it is true that Disney allows us to bring alcohol onboard...? If so, can we put it in water bottles in our checked luggage? Will they see this, and if so, what happens if they do?
Also, a friend of mine who might be coming has a 19 year old son. They know that their son cannot purchase alcohol or drink onboard, but if they allow him to, will he (their son) be safe with a water bottle of alcohol in his checked luggage to consume quietly in the cabin? Is it safe for him to put this in his checked luggage?
If Disney allows water bottles of alcohol to be put in checked luggage, how will they know if it is the adults or the 19 year old's luggage?
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Depends on where you are from Manuel. The legal drinking age in Canada is 18.
This depends on where you are in Canada. The only provinces where it is 18 are Alberta, Manitoba and Quebec. The others are 19.
The majority of countries that report in to the World Health Organization establish the minimum at 18, but the USA is not one of them, they are very clearly 21.
Regardless the ships have their own rules and I personally just think that they should be followed. Why parents encourage their kids to drink by providing them with alcohol is a concept that as a parent I personally just can't understand. This is just my opinion but if the rule is 21 why not encourage your kids to follow the rules?