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    Disney Cruise Line
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    Caribbean

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  1. The Official policy is found here. Q: May Guests bring alcohol onboard? A: Effective for cruises embarking on or after September 30, 2015, Disney Cruise Line Guests 21 years and older may bring a maximum of 2 bottles of unopened wine or champagne (no larger than 750 ml) or 6 beers (no larger than 12 ounces) on board at the beginning of the voyage and at each port-of-call. Guests wishing to consume wine or champagne that they have brought on board in one of the dining rooms will be charged a corking fee of $25.00 per bottle. Please note: These beverages must be packed in carry-on (not checked) bags or luggage. Any alcohol packed in checked luggage will be removed and stored until the end of the cruise. Any wine or champagne in excess of 2 bottles or beer in excess of 6 beers will be stored until the end of the cruise. Bringing liquors and spirits (including powdered alcohol) on board is prohibited. These items will be stored until the end of the cruise. Guest MUST retrieve any stored alcohol at the end of the cruise. Items not retrieved will be destroyed, and no compensation will be offered. Alcohol brought on board may not be consumed in any lounge or public area. Please note that the Disney Cruise Line alcohol policy is subject to change without notice.
  2. The original file is HERE. (Updated 10/24/2016) Q: What items are not permitted on board Disney Cruise Line ships or at Castaway Cay? A: In order to maintain a safe and secure environment for our Guests and crew, the following are examples of items that Guests are not allowed to bring on board. These and other similar items will be stored upon being found. Firearms, ammunition, knives (including dive knives), swords, daggers and any other types of weapons Toy guns or other replicas of firearms and weapons Highly flammable liquids and combustible substances Liquid oxygen Non-prescribed controlled substances, illegal drugs, medically prescribed and synthetic marijuana Hookah pipes Power tools and toolboxes (except those utilized by vendors providing services) Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices Potentially dangerous sporting equipment, including baseball and cricket bats, hockey and lacrosse sticks, pool cues, ski poles, fishing gear and archery equipment. (Golf clubs are permitted as long as they are stored inside your stateroom.) Scuba equipment such as tanks, spears, spear guns, slings, dive knives, pry bars, and underwater scooters. (Masks and snorkels are allowed) Remote-controlled helicopters, airplanes, drones or similar devices Kites, balloons, surfboards, wave boards, inflatable floats, pool noodles, inflatable pools and wagons Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, hoverboards, inline & roller skates, any footwear with wheels (i.e. Heely’s type shoes) and Segways, or other wheeled mobility devices with less than 3 wheels and devices that cannot maintain stability and balance when stopped, unpowered or unoccupied. Training wheels or similar modifications are not permitted. Wheeled transport devices other than those required by Guests with disabilities Electrical appliances such as rice cookers, hot plates, coffee makers, blenders, electric irons, electric blankets, heating pads, bottle sterilizers and warmers Please note: A limited number of approved bottle warmers and bottle sterilizers are available upon request through Guest Services All ships offer self-service laundry facilities with irons and ironing boards. Portable fans are permitted in your stateroom. However, you must contact Guest Services to have the Chief Electrician approve your fan. Candles and incense DVD, VCR, and Blu-ray players Gaming systems such as Playstation®, Xbox and Nintendo Wii (due to compatibility issues with the stateroom TVs) Musical instruments Ice chests and coolers, except for those permitted for storing medications, baby food and items related to dietary restrictions Homemade, precooked or perishable foods or open food containers. Also, please refer to our guidelines on restricted food and beverages Over-the-door hanging organizers Metal detectors Fireworks or pyrotechnics Seasonal and/or celebratory light bulb strings Extension cords or surge protectors Ham radios The following items are permitted but with the following restrictions: Walkie-talkies and two-way radios (e.g., Motorola, JVC). Please be aware that the amount of steel in the ship's infrastructure may cause some "dead zones" and the radios may not transmit in these areas. A small portable fan. However, please contact Guest Services to have the Chief Electrician approve the use of your particular appliance in the stateroom. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices (PFDs) and flotation sewn into the bathing suit for safety. However, recreational floating devices such as floats, rafts and fun noodles cannot be brought on board and are not permitted in the pools or on Castaway Cay. Golf clubs, as long as they are stored in your stateroom. Q. Can I decorate my stateroom door or hang items over the doors? A.To ensure an enjoyable cruise experience for all our Guests, we ask that you take note of the following guidelines for decorating your stateroom door. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation. You are welcome to place magnetic signs on your stateroom door. Though, please note that Concierge staterooms on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy have wooden doors. You may not affix items to your stateroom doors using tape or any adhesive, including removable gel adhesives, as this can damage the doors’ finish. Also, using over-the-door hanging organizers is prohibited, as they can scratch and/or disfigure stateroom doors and trim. Guests who damage doors in violation of these guidelines will be assessed a $100 fee per incident to cover the cost of repairs. Q. Are Guests allowed to bring alcoholic beverages on board the ship? A. Effective for cruises embarking on or after September 30, 2015, Disney Cruise Line Guests 21 years and older may bring a maximum of 2 bottles of unopened wine or champagne (no larger than 750 ml) or 6 beers (no larger than 12 ounces) on board at the beginning of the voyage and at each port of call. Guests wishing to consume wine or champagne that they have brought on board in one of the dining rooms will be charged a corking fee of $25.00 per bottle. Please note: •These beverages must be packed in carry-on (not checked) bags or luggage. •Any alcohol packed in checked luggage will be removed and stored until the end of the cruise. •Any wine or champagne in excess of 2 bottles or beer in excess of 6 beers will be stored until the end of the cruise. •Bringing liquors and spirits (including powdered alcohol) on board is prohibited. These items will be stored until the end of the cruise. •Guest MUST retrieve any stored alcohol at the end of the cruise. Items not retrieved will be destroyed and no compensation will be offered. •Alcohol brought on board may not be consumed in any lounge or public area.
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