Q. Can I bring alcohol on board to consume in my cabin or in restaurants?

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You may bring wine or champagne on board (over the age of 21) to celebrate special occasions. However if it is consumed in any of the dining rooms, alternative restaurants or bars then each bottle will be subject to a  a corkage fee. 

We reserve the right to remove alcohol at the gangway if brought on board, either at embarkation or when in a port of call and will be returned to you at the end of your voyage. It is not our intention to invoke this policy as a matter of course and we will only implement on occasions where we consider it likely that the health, comfort, safety and enjoyment of passengers may otherwise be compromised.

Should you wish to take wine or Champagne on board to consume in a restaurant, each bottle will be subject to a US$20.00 corkage charge. This fee is subject to change.


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If you are taking a flight prior to your cruise, the amount of duty free you are able to purchase at the airport or on board the aircraft is determined by your destination and airline. We would recommend that liquids are packed in your hold luggage to comply with airport and airline restrictions

For details of duty free limitations at destination airports please click here http://www.iatatravelcentre.com/home.htm#

You are able to purchase duty free tobacco and liquor on board. 

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