May 5, 2017
Bringing Liquor and Beverages Onboard – Embarkation

Guest are prohibited from bringing water, sodas, and other non-alcoholic beverages onboard that are packaged in bottles.

A small quantity of non-alcoholic beverages (i.e. sparkling water, sodas, juice, and milk) packaged in cans or cartons may be brought onboard on embarkation dat and must be in the guest's carry-on luggage. A small quantity is considered a maximum of 12 sealed, unopened cans/cartons of 12 ounces each or less per person.

Guest are prohibited from bringing alcoholic beverages on board with the following exception. At the beginning of the cruise during embarkation day only, guest (21 years of age and older) may bring one 750ml bottle sealed/unopened wine or champagne per person in carry-on luggage. All liquor, beer, other forms of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages outside of the exception are strictly prohibited in bother carry-on and checked luggage and such items will be confiscated and discarded and no compensation will be provided.

Ø A $15 USD corkage fee, per 750 ml bottle, will be charged should guest wish to consume their wine or champagne in the main dining room, steakhouse or bar. A corkage fee is a charge exacted at a restaurant for every bottle served that was not bought on the premises.

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