Cruise Line Alcohol Policies
Are You Legal?
Drinking age is 21 -- all ships, all destinations, all liquor.
Bringing Booze Onboard
Bringing liquor onboard at embarkation: It's not allowed. Anything purchased outside the ship will be stored until the end of the cruise.
Bringing wine or Champagne onboard: Passengers may bring two bottles of wine or Champagne. The outside beverages may be consumed in the dining room for a $15 corkage fee, which is applied to passengers' onboard accounts.
Purchasing liquor in port: Liquor (with the exception of wine and Champagne) brought onboard cannot be consumed on the ship, but will be stored until the end of the cruise.
Purchasing liquor in ships' duty-free shops: It will be retained until the end of the cruise.
Free Drink Caveat
Free drinks are served at the Captain's Cocktail Party and the Yacht Club Member Party for past passengers.
Bottled: Heineken, Amstel Light, Stella Artois, Beck's, Carlsberg, Warsteiner, Michelob, Grolsch, Budweiser, Coors Light, Corona, Foster's, Miller Lite and Miller Genuine Draft.
Draft: None are offered.
Other Cruise Line Alcohol Policies
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
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Alcohol Policy
Royal Caribbean Alcohol Policy
Seabourn Cruise Line Alcohol Policy
Silversea Cruises Alcohol Policy
Thomson Cruises Alcohol Policy