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On other cruises we've been on you are allowed to carry on one bottle of wine per person.  We are booked on the Queen Elizabeth to Alaska out of Vancouver.  Does Cunard allow us to bring on a bottle each?




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You can also take bottles of wine to the restaurant and pay a corkage charge.  If you are drinking expensive wine it will work out cheaper than ordering off menu.  I would take it to the restaurant at lunchtime though rather than walking in with it in the evening when the sommelier will be most busy.


I'd  not thought of in until just now - but if you are in QG and planning to dine in cabin you could probably bring the wine on board for that.  There's an excellent wine store in NY I may go to before my next cruise! : )

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