A Burning Question: May I Bring Alcohol on My Cruise?
on 14/01/13 at 10:54 amBooze News
One of the most popular questions we’ve encountered about cruising is “may I bring alcohol on my cruise?” Since each cruise line has a different alcohol policy, the answer isn’t as simple as “yes” or “no.” To alleviate confusion, we’ve decided to break down the alcohol policies for each cruise line.
|Azamara Club Cruises||Yes. Liquor, beer and wine are allowedfor private consumption in suites or staterooms (two bottles per stateroom). Consuming alcohol in any shipboard restaurant, bar or dining venue, is subject to a corkage fee of $10 per bottle. Note: Wine is served during lunch and dinner, and is included in your cruise fare.|
|Carnival Cruise Line||Yes. One bottle of wine or champagne per person is allowed on embarkation. No beer or hard liquor may be brought on board for consumption. A $10 corkage fee per bottle applies for consuming in the main dining room, $14 at the steakhouse.|
|Celebrity Cruises||Yes. Two bottlesof wine per stateroom are allowed on embarkation, subject to a $25 corkage fee per bottle when consumed in public areas. No beer or hard liquor may be brought on board for consumption.|