01 September 2011

UPDATE: Disney Cruise Line Alcohol Policy Change

Disney's change to the alcohol policy is on hold and under review at this time. However it is expected to be implemented in the future. Original post:
Policy Changes 
Beginning September 19, 2011, a change is being implemented regarding the amount and types of alcohol that can be brought onboard on embarkation day. The change is as follows: On embarkation day, guests (21 years of age and older) may bring on board one unopened bottle (750ml) of wine or champagne, or six bottles/cans (12 oz.) of beer per person, and it must be hand-carried in a day bag and/or carry-on luggage. Carry-on luggage dimensions cannot exceed 22" wide, 14" high and 9" deep. 
A $20 corkage fee per bottle will be charged should you wish to consume this wine/champagne in one of the main dining rooms, Palo or Remy. A corkage fee is a charge exacted at a restaurant for every bottle served that was not bought on the premises. Guests may not bring their personal beverages into any other venue, including public decks. 
Any alcohol packed in checked luggage will be confiscated and discarded without notice or compensation. All beer/wine/champagne, over the allowable 1-bottle per guest (21 years of age and older) limit in carry-on luggage will also be confiscated and discarded without compensation. 
Please be advised: Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to remove fragile items (including beverages) from checked luggage. In such cases, any alcohol will be discarded with no remuneration offered. Beverage containers are considered fragile and have previously caused damage in checked luggage. All fragile items must be transported inside carry-on luggage.
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