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We are traveling on the crown princess out of Fort Lauderdale, October 19th, headed for a eastern carribean itenerary, for our Honeymoon. We live in Fort Lauderdale, so we don't have an issue with lugging our bags around, so I was wondering what I can or cant' bring. I plan on bringing wine, so my new wife and I can sit out on the balcony and celebrate our new life together, does anyone know how many bottles we can bring. We are not big wine drinkers, but I like red and she likes white, so we would need at least two bottles.

 

Also, can you bring beer on the ship, I'm not interested in smuggling, just want to know if I can bring it. If so, do cans or bottles make a difference... Any help would be appreciated.

 

Donnie

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We sailed Crown Princess and did not have any issues bringing booze. We aren't big drinkers but just like to bring something for our cabin for a cocktail before dinner.

 

Other cruiselines are much stricter but Princess seems to be a friendly cruiselines when it comes to packing booze. Our DD and SIL had a whole bar setup in their carryon and the scanner simply laughed as they passed thru.

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We are traveling on the crown princess out of Fort Lauderdale, October 19th, headed for a eastern carribean itenerary, for our Honeymoon. We live in Fort Lauderdale, so we don't have an issue with lugging our bags around, so I was wondering what I can or cant' bring. I plan on bringing wine, so my new wife and I can sit out on the balcony and celebrate our new life together, does anyone know how many bottles we can bring. We are not big wine drinkers, but I like red and she likes white, so we would need at least two bottles.

 

Also, can you bring beer on the ship, I'm not interested in smuggling, just want to know if I can bring it. If so, do cans or bottles make a difference... Any help would be appreciated.

 

Donnie

Princess Statement: We kindly request that you do not bring alcoholic beverages (other than wine and/or champagne) onboard for consumption. Alcoholic beverages that are purchased duty free from the ship's gift shop or at ports of call will be collected for safekeeping and delivered to your stateroom on the last day of the voyage. A member of our Security Staff will be at the gangway to assist with the storage of your alcoholic beverage purchases.

 

http://www.princess.com/customer_care/contact/alcohol_onboard/index.html

 

Generally one bottle each is the quota.... but many as you will find boast on this board they exceed that without any problem. I remember one guy bragging on this board about hauling aboard a duffle bag full of beer.

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