carring alcohol on board

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  1. bitlerzx4

    bitlerzx4 DIS Veteran

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    how much did you carry on??
     
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  3. PrincessShmoo

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    Us, personally? None. We did, however, bring onboard a 12 pack of ginger ale.
     
  4. kshark1958

    kshark1958 Mouseketeer

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    2 bottles of wine and 10 bottles of Blue Moon, (had 12 but drank 2 the night before at SSR) and they all fit in the fridge in our room on the Fantasy.
     
  5. allison0523

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    3 bottles of liquor and a 12 pack of soda.
     
  6. JLitfin

    JLitfin love Disney

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    A case of beer, and a 12 pack of water between 4 of us.

    The guys would also pick up some beer and carry on at some of the ports as well.
     
  7. mikehn

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    a quarter keg
     
  8. TempusFugit

    TempusFugit Are you a fan of delicious flavor?

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    I feel a contest coming on......
     
  9. cris0809

    cris0809 Might be why the rum is always gone

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    Last time we brought 12 cans of cider.

    One of our travel party brought a full carry-on. Spiced rum, vodka, gluten free beer and gin. All I can remember.
     
  10. ej119

    ej119 Earning My Ears

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    3 bottles of wine, one bottle of vodka, one bottle of sweet tea vodka, and one bottle of pre-mixed long island iced tea.

    My friend and I finished quite a bit on our own, but halfway through the 5-night cruise, we realized we had brought on way too much for that time span. So we had a little mini-party on our balcony one afternoon with some new friends to work our way through what's left.

    And all of these bottles did not deter us from doing tastings and have wine with dinner. Although I've read some other people say they would pour themselves a glass of wine before dinner and take it with them (Tacky?). :angel:
     
  11. jessic2422

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    You can carry beer on from ports?
     
  12. ggfred32

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    8 bottles of wine. Yes. 8. :):):):))
     
  13. She Taz

    She Taz Counting Down the Days Till I Cruise Again

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    My husband and I brought 5 bottles of wine for our 5 night cruise. It was great to sit on the balcony and sip wine while watching the waves slide by.
     
  14. MillauFr

    MillauFr Buzz & Woody

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    We brought 10 bottles of wine for our Alaska cruise last Summer. Really enjoyed that bottle of 1974 Chateau Margaux cruising though Tracy Arm.
     
  15. TXDCLfan

    TXDCLfan Other cruise lines did it first, Disney did it rig

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    Some people have an inflated opinion of this wine. Here in Dallas I can get a MUCH higher quality wine for 1/2 the price.:lmao::lmao::lmao:
     
  16. MillauFr

    MillauFr Buzz & Woody

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    It was a joke. The 1974 Margaux is vinegar by now. Never was very good even in its prime.
     
  17. Meghatron

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    ROTFLMAO.

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  18. TwinMom202

    TwinMom202 Earning My Cruise Ears

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    Wow!! That's a lot of wine and beer! So do you just pack all of this in carry on bags? 1st timer here!!
     
  19. Meghatron

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    You have to carry it on. It's not allowed in your checked luggage.

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  20. RonningFamilyCrusin

    RonningFamilyCrusin Earning My Ears

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    This is a very good question. Last cruise we brought nothing. This cruise we are bringing wine. We would like to bring it in our six pack wine tote. Is that allowed?
     
  21. PrincessShmoo

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    As long as you carry it onboard, it's fine. You can't place beverages in checked bags.
     

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