Open bottles of liquor?

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  1. kdnmom

    kdnmom Mouseketeer

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    I know that there are restrictions for what food can be brought on board, in that it has to be sealed in packaging, etc. Does the same apply for liquor? Can we carry on an open bottle of rum, for example? We have a bottle that's 4/5 full and I'm wondering if we have to go buy a whole new bottle.

    Thanks!!
     
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  3. squirrel

    squirrel DIS Veteran<font color=deeppink>

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    I need to know this too! I'm sure my mom would like to use some of her rum during those two days before our WBTA.

    I never even thought about an open bottle.
     
  4. fluffysue

    fluffysue Earning My Ears

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    Good, I was wondering this too, hopefully someone will have the answer to this.
     
  5. gretchenk

    gretchenk Earning My Ears

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    To my knowledge it doesn't matter. We took on rum, wine and beer and no one looked at any of our stuff at all. Be sure you pack it well for carry on. Some guy couldn't wait to start drinking so he grabbed a beer, outside the terminal, slammed down his booze bag and busted at least 2 bottles of wine.
     
  6. brianvdb

    brianvdb Mouseketeer

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    For liquor, it doesn't matter if it sealed. They do not inspect it. It must be in the luggage you personally carry onto the ship. You may not put liquor/soda/etc in the luggage that is delivered to your room.

    Also keep in mind that many states have a law prohibiting open (unsealed) containers in the passenger compartment of a car. In FL and CA, unsealed containers are OK in a locked trunk.
     
  7. Beermam42

    Beermam42 Grit and bear it

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    After first cruise that we brough way to much liquor, this past trip we brought three flask. They were in carry on and went through TSA xray machine. Never said a word.
     
  8. cris0809

    cris0809 Might be why the rum is always gone

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    As long as you carry it on the container doesn't matter.

    We've brought partially consumed bottles before. Last trip I brought two glass flasks with stoppers. They were marked with masking tape and Sharpie. No one bothered to take a second look.
     

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