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1 hour ago, scurrymd said:

Can I bring a case of bottled water on board for our cruise?  TIA!

You may bring up to 12 bottles, no more than 17 ounces/half a liter each, of any nonalcoholic beverage. You must carry them on yourself.  This is a per cabin allowance. 

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Yes. It has changed. You may bring on 12 bottles (total#) of water or non alcoholic beverages at the port of embarkation. 

And generally, they will not let you board (or disembark) with an open beverage. 

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2 hours ago, shoppergirl10 said:

it  must be a very recent change, as my documents are dated November 3, 2019.  

 

 

Don’t remember when it changed - but quite a while back.  Some of the websites don’t have updated information. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, shoppergirl10 said:

it  must be a very recent change, as my documents are dated November 3, 2019.  

 

Your documents are "Alcohol Policy" Though Water/Sodas been banned for yrs, until 2018 was rarely 100% enforced...Is now limited though, last 3 Cruises they counted my bottles and watched many others get thrown away or taken back to cars. Many more on naughty table at end of Cruise. Remember Carry on only, not in checked bags... 

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27 minutes ago, maxcat910 said:

This is great news.  All I drink  is water.  And the water prices onboard are crazy.   
so I’ll for sure be bringing a 12pack onboard.  
event though the water on the ship is ok to drink.  I just like having a bottle around

i bring a Swell bottle with me for walking around the ship    
I like the lemon aid too so for a non drinker I have a lot of options.  
 

 

Guests may also bring non-alcoholic beverages as carry-on items on boarding day. Non-alcoholic beverages may not exceed 12 standard (17 oz.) cans, bottles or cartons per stateroom. Milk and distilled water brought on for infant, medical, or dietary use are permitted. 

 

 

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