Cruise Line Alcohol Policies
Are You Legal?
The drinking age on all Fred. Olsen cruises is 18.
Bringing Booze Onboard
Bringing liquor on board at embarkation: Only alcohol purchased onboard may be consumed onboard. Any alcohol brought from ashore will be placed in safekeeping by the ship's security officers and will be returned at the end of the cruise.
Bringing wine or Champagne on board: Any wine brought onboard will be retained until the end of the cruise.
Purchasing liquor in port: It will be retained until the last night of the cruise.
Purchasing liquor in ships' duty-free shop: Passengers can purchase drinks for consumption in their cabin only while onboard, via the Cabin Shopping Service, and are allowed to enjoy their purchases at any time in their cabin throughout the cruise (not in public areas). Passengers can purchase duty-free drinks towards the end of their cruise, to take ashore upon disembarkation.
Free Drink Caveat
At the Captain's Welcome, complimentary drinks are served, including sparkling wine, Buck's Fizz, sherry and martinis, as well as a selection of soft drinks.
Draft: Boddingtons (Bitter) and Stella Artois (Lager)
Bottled: Holsten Non-Alcoholic, San Miguel, Spitfire and Bishop's Finger
Canned: Bass Bitter, Beck's, Carlsberg Export, Guinness, Heineken, John Smith's Extra Smooth, Newcastle Brown Ale and Strongbow Cider.
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