Are you planning a Disney Cruise and looking for ways to save money? One way to save money is by bringing your own adult beverages with you. While you aren’t able to bring liquor, the Disney Cruise Line does permit you to bring wine, champagne and beer on board.
Before you board the ship, be sure you are familiar with the Disney Cruise Alcohol policy. If you don’t know the rules, you may find that the Disney Cruise cast members scanning your luggage may confiscate it.
Disney Cruise Alcohol Policy
You are allowed to bring 2 bottles of unopened wine/champagne OR 6- 12 ounce beers
Alcohol must be packed in carry on luggage.
You do have the option to bring your unopened wine bottle to the restaurant with you to dinner. You will be charged an uncorking fee the first night, but the cruise line will keep up with your bottle, making sure it arrives at the restaurant you will be dining at each evening. You can request for the bottle to be chilled or room temperature.
Beer and wine can be enjoyed in your stateroom any time, but if you choose to take with you outside of the room, it is best to place in a cup.
Each stateroom is equipped with a mini fridge that you can use to keep your beverages cold throughout the trip. If you need ice, let your stateroom attendant know or you can get ice from the drink station near the buffet.
Do you have any questions about bringing alcohol on a Disney Cruise?