Cruise Line Alcohol Policies
Are You Legal?
The drinking age is 21 -- all ships, all liquor, all destinations.
Bringing Booze Onboard
Bringing liquor onboard at embarkation: It's allowed; however, each guest gets two bottles of spirits in his/her in-room bar as part of the cruise fare (more in Penthouse level and above). Wine and spirits are complimentary with dinner.
Bringing wine or Champagne onboard: You may bring your own wine onboard. The restaurants, however, have a good selection of pouring wines, so it's rare that passengers bring their own.
Purchasing liquor in port: Passengers are allowed to bring it into their suites for consumption.
Purchasing liquor in ships' duty-free shop: Liquor is not sold in the shops onboard.
Free Drink Caveat
Alcoholic beverages, including fine wines and premium spirits, are included in the cruise fare. The line does, however, have a connoisseur's list of ultra-premium wines and liquors that cost extra.
Draft: None are available.
Bottled Beer: Carlsburg, Grolsch, Heineken, Amstel Light, Beck's, Corona, Budweiser, Guinness, Pilsner Urquell, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller, Miller Lite, Samuel Adams and Sierra Nevada
Other Cruise Line Alcohol Policies
All of the bars and lounges serve drinks from the same menus.
Azamara Cruises Alcohol Policy
Carnival Cruise Lines Alcohol Policy
Celebrity Cruises Alcohol Policy
Costa Cruises Alcohol Policy
Crystal Cruises Alcohol Policy
Cunard Alcohol Policy
Disney Cruise Line Alcohol Policy
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Alcohol Policy
Holland America Alcohol Policy
Hurtigruten Alcohol Policy
MSC Cruises Alcohol Policy
Norwegian Cruise Line Alcohol Policy
Oceania Cruises Alcohol Policy
P&O Cruises Alcohol Policy
Princess Cruises Alcohol Policy
Royal Caribbean Alcohol Policy
Seabourn Cruise Line Alcohol Policy
Silversea Cruises Alcohol Policy
Thomson Cruises Alcohol Policy
Windstar Cruises Alcohol Policy