Packing Booze

Bringing Booze Onboard
Bringing liquor onboard at embarkation: It’s not allowed. If found, it will be confiscated and destroyed.

Bringing wine or Champagne onboard: Passengers can bring a maximum of two bottles of wine per cabin during embarkation. Bottles must be 750 ml each or smaller, and passengers who want to drink their wine in public spaces such as bars or restaurants must pay a $25 corkage fee per bottle. Each bottle must retain the original manufacturer’s seal and exhibit no signs of tampering.

Crown Wine & Spirits #17, 1645 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL (not affiliated with Royal Caribbean’s “Crown” business) is across the street from the Embassy Suites Hotel.   So if you are flying in on Friday that could be a way for you to buy your two bottles of wine or champagne per cabin.  NOTE:  This is a very busy divided highway and you will have to walk to find a safe crossing.

Purchasing liquor in port: It will be retained until the end of the cruise.

Purchasing liquor in ships’ duty-free shop: Items purchased in the shops onboard are held until the end of the voyage.


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