Here's a quick-and-easy guide to Seabourn Cruise Line's alcohol policy:
The minimum drinking age onboard all of Seabourn's ships is 21, with minimum age restrictions lowered in select sailing destinations.
Bringing alcohol onboard at embarkation: It's allowed without limitation and minus any applicable corkage fees, but beer, wine, spirits and Champagne are complimentary onboard Seabourn ships. Plus, passengers are welcomed to explore the line's cellars for new and exciting finds, especially since sommeliers are encouraged to purchase local wines along the way to add to the variety onboard.
Purchasing alcohol in port to bring onboard: It's allowed.
Purchasing alcohol in ships' duty-free shop(s): No alcohol is sold in Seabourn shops.
Beer, wine, Champagne and spirits are complimentary on Seabourn. Rare or ultra-premium bottles of wine are available for an extra fee.
None, but look out for specialty cocktails on fleetwide bar menus that come designed by lauded mixologist Brian Van Flandern (formerly of NYC's Per Se restaurant).
Updated December 18, 2019