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  • On Oct 16, 2022
    Ann from MI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Where do I find the list of drinks you can bring onboard

    Ahoy Ann - welcome to planDisney!

    You're asking my kind of question! This was actually one of the first questions I had when I was preparing for my very first Disney Cruise Line sailing years ago. So, let me give you the low down!

    Guests who are 21 years of age and older are permitted to bring alcohol on board at the beginning of their voyage and at each port of call (this is particularly helpful on longer sailings!). Each eligible Guest is limited to bringing two bottles of wine (750 mL each max) OR six beers (12 oz each max) - all must be in their original unopened container. Alcohol brought on board may not be consumed in any lounge or public areas. This means it is for your enjoyment in your stateroom, or if you wish, you can bring a bottle of wine to dinner to enjoy (a corkage fee will apply).

    Importantly, you have to pack these items in your carry-on bags. Any alcohol packed in checked luggage will be confiscated. Additionally, if you purchase alcohol at a port of call in excess of the per-port of call limits above, including liquor or spirits, it will be held for you until the end of the cruise. However, if you bring excess alcohol at the beginning of your cruise, it must be discarded before boarding.

    We all know that types of alcohol have evolved - there are canned wines, hard ciders, seltzers, and more. In my experience, the size of the containers is what was used to evaluate whether we were under the limit. On my most recent sailing, I brought eight small cans of wine and six beers. The canned wine totaled less than 1,500 mL (two standard bottles), so the Cast Members at security allowed this. Your mileage may vary, but as long as you're not trying to bend the rules, you should be fine!

    Hmmm ... I guess I shouldn't have assumed you were asking about alcohol! You are also welcome to bring any other beverages with you in your carry-on luggage as long as they are unopened and in their original containers. Depending on when you board, it might be several hours before your stateroom is ready - think carefully about what you want to lug around with you on the ship your stateroom is ready! Another option is to have some bottled water and beverages waiting for you in your stateroom when you arrive via Onboard Gifts!

    I hope this information is helpful, Ann - sail on by with additional questions any time!

    Ryan J.
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