No liquor on board?

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  1. GilesFamily

    GilesFamily Mouseketeer

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    I heard that there is a sign at the terminal that they say you can't bring liquor on board. Do they ever enforce it? I know a lot of passengers do..by the caseful! Just wondering if anyone out there actually got their liquor confiscated. It's not like we want to go on a drunken binge or anything. Just would like to buy a couple bottles of wine to bring with us.
     
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  3. lds0191

    lds0191 DIS Veteran

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    from what i understand dcl is the only cruise line that allows you to carry on any beverage, liquor included. we are cruising for the first time 9/17 so don't know anything about a sign at the terminal. does anyone know if this policy has changed? i was planning on taking beer and maybe some wine.
     
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    castlegazer <font color=9933cc>Soccer Mom - no really, I am a

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    made me look. You scared me here with the title to this thread.

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  5. goofyforlife

    goofyforlife Sit down if you're not a Grown-Up Princess

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    Yes the sign is there that states no alcohol.

    However, unofficially on our last three cruises in since 2002 we HAVE brought smirnoff ice in six packs on board in our carry on bags. Nothing has ever been said when it goes through x-ray. :)
     
  6. drizzt117

    drizzt117 Disney Doctor

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    I'm not sure why that sign is there considering Disney says you can bring your own wine to dinner but they charge a corking fee.

    Thomas
     

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