How much Alcohol am I allowed to bring on a Cruise Ship?





Alcohol policies vary by Cruise Line, below is a full list of Cruise Lines along with their Alcohol policy. Please note however that Cruise Line policies can change, so it is a great idea to check with your cruise line to make sure their policy reflects what is listed here.

Some Cruise Lines will let you bring as much as you want onto the ship; While others will not allow you to bring on any at all.

The majority of Cruise Lines will let you bring one bottle (750ML) of Wine or Champagne per person over the age of 21, and a maximum of two per cabin.

If you are sailing back to back on the same cruise ship, most will allow you to bring four bottles per cabin, but they will hold two until the second Itinerary takes place.




Cruise Lines that ALLOW Alcohol to be brought onboard



Disney Cruise Line


You are allowed to bring on Liquor, Beer, or Wine onboard on embarkation day and when
purchased at a port of call. Alcohol must be packed in your carry-on.

Outside Alcohol cannot be consumed in any public or lounge area.



Azamara Club Cruises


You are allowed to bring on Liquor, Beer, or Wine onboard on embarkation day and when
purchased at a port of call.

Any consumption of outside alcohol in a restaurant, bar or dining venue will be charged a
corkage fee of $10




Cruise Lines that do NOT allow Alcohol to be Brought Onboard



Royal Caribbean


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle (750ml)per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne. Alcohol must be packed
in your carry-on.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $25 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call or on ship will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



Carnival Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle (750ml) per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne. Alcohol must be packed in your carry-on.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $10 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call or on ship will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.






Norwegian Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $15 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



Cunard Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $20 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



Celebrity Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle (750ml) per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne. Alcohol must be packed in your carry-on.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $25 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call or on ship will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



Princess Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle (750ml) per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne. Alcohol must be packed in your carry-on.

Additional wine or champagne is welcome, but you will be charged a $15 corkage fee per bottle.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $15 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call or on ship will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



Holland America


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on one bottle (750ml) per person and a maximum of 2 per cabin of wine or champagne. Alcohol must be packed in your carry-on.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $15 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call or on ship will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



MSC Cruise Line


No beverages allowed on board.


Windstar Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. You can bring wine or champagne onboard during embarkation day or when purchased at port of call.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $15 corkage fee.



Oceania Cruise Line


You are NOT allowed to bring on Liquor or Beer. However you are allowed to bring on a maximum of three bottles (750ml) per cabin of wine or champagne. Alcohol must be packed in your carry-on.

Any Wine or Champagne consumed in the dining room will be charged a $25 corkage fee.

Any Alcohol purchased at port of call or on ship will be stored by cruise ship and retained until the last night of cruise.



All Inclusive Cruise Lines (Alcohol Included)



Regent Seven Seas



Silver Sea Cruise Line



Crystal Cruise Line



Seabourn Cruise Line









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