If you have plans to sail on a Disney Cruise Line ship after September 30 there's a new alcohol policy that limits how much guests can bring on the ships. Under the new policy guests are allowed a maximum or two bottles of unopened wine or champagne or six beers.
This policy applies to embarkation day at Port Canaveral and at ports-of-call during the sailing. All beverages must be packed in carry-on bags or carry-on luggage, not checked luggage.
Guests are prohibited from bringing liquors or spirits onboard Disney Cruise Line ships. The previous alcohol policy allowed guests to bring beer and liquor on board provided they carried it on.
Any liquor, spirits, or over-the-allowed-limit wine, champagne, or beer will be stored until the end of the cruise. Guests who pack alcohol in their checked luggage will also have that alcohol removed and stored until the end of the cruise.
The new policy is in line with other cruise lines. Last month Carnival Cruise Line prohibited passengers from bringing bottled water, pop, or other non-alcoholic beverages onboard.
This new Disney Cruise Line policy begins on cruises that sail September 30 and after.
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