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2015 CRUISE LINE’S ALCOHOL POLICY

//2015 CRUISE LINE’S ALCOHOL POLICY

2015 CRUISE LINE’S ALCOHOL POLICY

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Azamara

  • Alcohol can be brought onboard
  • Alcohol consumed at bar or restaurants, corkage fee: $10

Alcohol purchased at port or in ships’ duty-free shop will be stored until end of cruise

Carnival

  • No bottled beverages of any kind can be brought on board, if found they will be held until end of cruise
  • 1 bottle of wine or champagne (max 750 mL) is allowed in carry-on, corkage fee: $15

Alcohol purchased at port or in ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Celebrity

  • Beer or hard liquor cannot be brought onboard, if found they will be held until end of cruise
  • 2 bottles of wine or champagne (max 750 mL per) allowed per stateroom, corkage fee: $25

Alcohol purchased at port or in ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Costa

  • No alcohol can be brought onboard, if found will be held until end of cruise

Alcohol purchased at port or in ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Crystal*

  • Alcohol can be brought onboard, but must be consumed in cabins
  • Alcohol purchased at port is allowed and may be consumed in cabin

Alcohol purchased at ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Cunard

  • Beer of hard liquor cannot be brought onboard, if found they will be held until end of cruise
  • 1 bottle of wine or champagne allowed onboard, $20 corkage fee
  • If alcohol purchased at port, it is allowed onboard

Alcohol purchased at ship’s duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Disney

  • Bringing any liquors and spirits on board is prohibited.
  • 2 bottle of wine or champagne, OR 6 bottles/cans of beer per person allowed, corkage fee: $25
  • Alcohol purchased at port can be brought onboard and consumed in cabins

Alcohol purchased at ships’ duty free will be stored until end of cruise

Holland America

  • Beer or hard liquor cannot be brought onboard, if found they will be held until end of cruise
  • 1 bottle of wine or champagne (max 750 mL) is allowed, no corkage fee if consumed in cabin. Otherwise corkage fee: $18
  • Bottles of bottle of wine or champagne purchased at port will have corkage fee applied regardless of place of consumption; can be stored until end of cruise for free alternatively

Alcohol purchased at port or at ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

MSC

  • No food or beverages (unless for medical reasons) are allowed onboard at embarkation

Alcohol purchased at port or in ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Norwegian

  • Beer or hard liquor cannot be brought onboard, if found they will be held until end of cruise
  • Bottles of wine or champagne are allowed, corkage fee: $15 for 750 mL, $20 for 1,000 mL, $30 for 1,500 mL

Oceania

  • Beer or hard liquor cannot be brought onboard (but can be ordered through Special Services prior to voyage)
  • 3 bottles of wine or champagne are allowed per cabin (including embarkation and at port), corkage fee: $25

Alcohol purchased at port will be stored until end of cruise

Princess

  • Beer or hard liquor cannot be brought onboard, if found will be confiscated and discarded
  • 1 bottle of wine or champagne (max 750mL), no corkage fee if consumed in cabin. Additional bottles are welcome but corkage fee of $15 will be assessed.

Alcohol purchased at port or at ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Regent

  • Alcohol can be brought onboard.
  • All alcohol is complimentary at restaurants and bars. This includes the in-room bar.
  • Alcohol at port is allowed onboard, may be stored until the end of the cruise or consumed in-suite only.

Alcohol is not sold at ships’ duty-free shops.

Royal Caribbean

  • Beer or hard liquor cannot be brought onboard, if found will be confiscated and discarded
  • 2 bottles of wine or champagne (750mL each) allowed per cabin, no corkage fee
  • Alcohol purchased at port or at ships’ duty-free will be stored until end of cruise

Silversea*

  • Alcohol can be brought onboard
  • Wine and champagne allowed onboard, no corkage fees
  • Alcohol purchased at port is allowed onboard

Alcohol not sold at ships’ duty-free shops

*all alcohol is included in cruise fare.

All policies were verified with a cruise representative.

Miranda Ashton is an editorial intern at Map Happy. She is a student at New York University.

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February 3rd, 2016|