I just read this under Planning Tools for DCL here on the DISboard: Disney Cruise Line - Bringing Alcohol aboard the ship Alcohol is permitted on board. Any fragile items (including bottles of alcohol) must be brought aboard in a carry-on bag not to exceed 22" wide, 14" high and 9" deep. All fragile items must be transported inside carry-on luggage. Guests can have a bottle of their own champagne, wine or liquor that has been brought onboard opened and served by a Wine Steward. There will be a corking fee of $20.00 per bottle. So, does that mean I can buy a bottle of good Tequila, bring it on board in a carry on, bring it to dinner and our waiter will serve it to us for just a $20 corkage fee? And would they keep it for me if we don't finish it in one sitting? I knew you could do this with wine, but it never occurred to me that we could bring a bottle of booze. Because as they say, wine is fine but liquor is quicker! I hope this is true. It will make our 4/22 Mexican Riviera cruise even more fun, if only to see the looks on others faces!