carring alcohol on board

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  1. JLitfin

    JLitfin love Disney

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    Our guys did it at almost every port, no questions asked our guys went right onboard carrying a case of beer.
     
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  3. TempusFugit

    TempusFugit Are you a fan of delicious flavor?

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    Still the funniest thing I've read all day.:rotfl:
     
  4. tweis

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    We carried on a bottle of pineapple orange juice, vodka, a flavored liquor used for mixing that I can't recall the name of right now and a 12 pack of beer......for a 3 night cruise. We brought on way too much because we ended up buying quite a bit from DCL but we did enjoy some drinks on our verandah. We brought our opened bottles of liquor back with us and left the beer for our stateroom hostess. :goodvibes
     
  5. bitlerzx4

    bitlerzx4 DIS Veteran

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    Awesome thanks guys.

    You have to carry your water on too right
     
  6. PrincessShmoo

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    Any beverages you bring onboard must be carried on.

    Although, I'll point out it's not necessary to bring water onboard. The water onboard the ships (all water - whether from the drink station, preparing food, from your shower, making ice, from the tap in your room) is processed the same as bottled water (reverse osmosis and filtered).
     
  7. DISNEY FANTASY

    DISNEY FANTASY Por favor manténganse alejado de las puertas

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    As long as it can fit through the security x ray scanner..
     
  8. bitlerzx4

    bitlerzx4 DIS Veteran

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    Thanks.
     
  9. pixidustmom

    pixidustmom Dreaming of the World

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    First time, had no clue so came empty handed. Second cruise flew in so no stops but one cruise I met on the boards did pick me up a bottle of rum and a case of water bottles.
    This future cruise we fly in early to visit family so we will stock up for sure this time. Really looking forward to relaxing and sitting on our balcony.
     
  10. kaseyC

    kaseyC Mom to 3 lovely Princesses

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    Another option for those who cannot stop at the Liquor store before boarding. Last year we flew into Houston late the night before our 14 night EBTA, so no opportunity for a liquor store stop. I brought my liquor from home using Wine Diaper padded bottle bags on the plane in my checked luggage. Took it out of the luggage after we checked into the IAH Marriott and put it in my carry on bag to be taken aboard the ship in Galveston the next day. The bags cannot fit odd shaped bottles though, I took a bottle of Skinny Girl Mojitos, Skinny Girl Margaritas and a container of Bob Chinns Mai Tais, they all fit. My bottle of Bailey's would not fit so I brought the Bailey Minis instead.

    http://www.amazon.com/Diaper-Reusab...F8&qid=1380977026&sr=8-1&keywords=wine+diaper

    These bags are great, I reused the bags on our return from Europe to carry some of the regional liquor I bought on our Batlic sailing.
     
  11. Sinderelli

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    We carried on a bottle of rum, pins colada mix, and a blender! Seriously...my friend and I had connecting rooms and that blended got a workout! Best idea ever!
     
  12. georgiasmom

    georgiasmom Mouseketeer

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    You are my kind of travel partners!
     
  13. PrincessShmoo

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    Just be aware that electric blenders are not permitted onboard:

    Q:
    What items are not permitted on board?
    A:
    In order to maintain a safe and secure environment for our Guests and crew, the following are examples of items that Guests are not allowed to bring on board. These and other similar items will be confiscated upon being found.
    •Electrical appliances such as rice cookers, hot plates, coffee makers, electric irons, bottle sterilizer and bottle warmers, electric blankets, electric blenders, etc. Please note: A limited number of approved bottle warmers and bottle sterilizers are available upon request through Guest Services. Also all ships offer laundry facilities with irons and ironing boards. Valet laundry service is also available for a nominal fee.


    https://disneycruise.disney.go.com/planning-center/my-cruise-plans/faqs/prohibited-items/prohibited-items/
     
  14. Sinderelli

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    Whoops! I didn't know that! We brought it the last two cruises and didn't know we were breaking the rules..yikes!
     
  15. papertraveller

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    7 bottles of wine, and a six-pack of beer.
    When we hefted our suitcase up onto the belt to go through the security scanner the guy looked up from his screen at us and just shook his head smiling.
     
  16. acamarogirl

    acamarogirl Earning My Ears

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    Carried on 4 1.75ltrs of vodka, 1 ltr of whisky, 4 magnums of champagne:cool1:
     
  17. Itsadogslife

    Itsadogslife Earning My Ears

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    1.75 lt Grey Goose1lt 10 Cane Rum. 12 pack Bud light Lg Ocean Cranberry. 2 LT COKE (not enough) picked up more in Nassau. 20 mini bottles of water. 12 pack Mt Dew. 10 Capri Suns. All strategically placed in one carry on that fit through the scanner.
    Fyi the Grey Goose fits In the cabinet over the TV. Also did not drink all the GG and carried it back home. It was only a 3 day cruise :)
     
  18. MND

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    It's a violation of DCL rules to bring a blender on board. I thought you would like to know.

    Mike
     
  19. DisneyLoverMomof6

    DisneyLoverMomof6 Earning My Ears

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    Mike, if u read the whole thread u would have noticed someone else already posted that out and she had no idea she was doing something wrong. So nice of you to point it out AGAIN.
     
  20. PrincessShmoo

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    And it's not all blenders, just electric ones. The battery powered ones are OK.
     
  21. dvcflauger

    dvcflauger Earning My Ears

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    We just got off the disney dream and carried on 3 bottles of wine, rum, whiskey, and tequila.
     

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