Are You Legal?
The drinking age is 21 for all destinations.
Bringing Booze Onboard
Bringing liquor onboard at embarkation: Passengers may not bring their own beer or liquor onboard.
Bringing wine or Champagne onboard: Passengers may bring a maximum of three bottles of wine or Champagne onboard per cabin for the duration of a cruise (this includes embarkation and purchasing on shore during a port call). A corkage fee of $25 applies if wine is consumed in a public area or dining room.
Purchasing liquor in port: Wine bought ashore is allowed so long as it does not exceed the three bottles per cabin maximum. A corkage fee of $25 applies if wine is consumed in a public area or dining room. Passengers can bring liquor or beer onboard as well, but it will be held until the end of the cruise.
Purchasing liquor in ships' duty-free shops: It's not sold onboard.
Free Drink Caveat
The captain's welcome reception offers complimentary alcoholic beverages.
Draft: Heineken and Amstel Light
Bottled: Budweiser, Bud Light, Bud Select, Miller Lite, Coors Light, Amstel Light, Heineken, Corona and Beck's, Grolsch Swing Top, O'Doul's Non-Alcoholic, Buckler Non-Alcoholic
Martinis specializes in -- you guessed it -- martinis! More than 30 classic and specialty martinis are featured in this theme bar.
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