Are You Legal?
The drinking age on all of Disney Cruise Line's ships is 21 for all itineraries.
Bringing Booze Onboard
Bringing liquor onboard at embarkation: As of September 30, 2015, any liquor, spirits or powdered alcohol found in checked or carry-on luggage will be taken and stored until the end of the sailing.
Bringing wine or Champagne onboard: Passengers (21 years of age and older) may bring onboard two bottles of unopened wine or Champagne (no larger than 750 ml) or six beers (no larger than 12 ounces) on embarkation day and in each port of call. The alcohol must be hand-carried in a day bag and/or carry-on luggage. Carry-on luggage dimensions cannot exceed 22 inches wide, 14 inches high and 9 inches deep. Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to remove fragile items (including beverages) from checked luggage, and the items (as well as any in excess of the stated limits) will be stored to return to the passenger at the end of the voyage.
A $25 corkage fee per bottle is charged for consumption in the main dining rooms, Palo or Remy. Passengers may not bring their personal beverages into any other venue, including public decks.
Purchasing liquor in port: Liquor purchased at a port of call will be stored to return to the passenger at the end of the voyage.
Purchasing liquor in ships' duty-free shops: Liquor purchased at the duty-free shop onboard is held until the last night of the cruise.
Free Drink Caveat
The captain's cocktail party, which is open to all passengers on formal nights (five-night cruises and longer), provides complimentary drinks.
Draft: Yuengling, Michelob Ultra, Samuel Adams, Stella Artois, Heineken, Miller, Coors, Miller Lite, Guinness, Blue Moon and Budweiser
Bottled: Miller, Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Light Lime, Amstel Light, Guinness, Heineken, Harp lager and Newcastle Brown Ale
From sports bars and piano bars to nightclubs and an adults-only venue that serves up martinis, there are plenty of options onboard to relax with a cocktail.