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Alcohol Policy on Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships

Bringing Your Own Alcohol

Beer and Hard Liquor

Guests are not allowed to bring beer or hard liquor onboard for consumption or any other use.

Bottled Water and Soda

Guests may bring bottled water and soda onboard in limited quantities. The bottles must be unopened and factory-sealed.

Wine and Champagne

Royal Caribbean allows guests to bring a limited amount of wine or champagne onboard. Each passenger may bring up to two bottles of wine or champagne per cabin.

The bottles must be unopened and factory-sealed. The wine or champagne must be consumed in the cabin and cannot be brought into public areas of the ship.

Purchasing Alcohol Onboard

Guests can purchase alcohol onboard the ship at bars, restaurants, and lounges. A variety of alcoholic beverages are available, including beer, wine, cocktails, and spirits.

Guests must be 21 years of age or older to purchase and consume alcohol onboard the ship.

Alcohol Consumption Guidelines

Royal Caribbean encourages responsible alcohol consumption. Guests are advised to drink in moderation and to avoid excessive alcohol consumption.

Guests who appear to be intoxicated may be denied service of alcohol. Guests who are intoxicated may also be asked to leave the ship.


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