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My husband love golf. Would he be able to take his clubs on board, keep them in our cabin,

golf in port, and then bring them back on board?

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My husband and I have done that before on RCI.  We kept the clubs on the balcony. 

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Absolutely.  I see it done all the time. 

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52 minutes ago, Firepath said:

My husband love golf. Would he be able to take his clubs on board, keep them in our cabin,

golf in port, and then bring them back on board?

You need to check with your cruise line.  Every line has it's own policy as to sports equipment.  

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Yes, absolutely. Not sure why you would think not....Have done it on a couple of cruises.

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You need to check with your cruise line.  Every line has it's own policy as to sports equipment.  

 

Usually the policy on golf clubs is that you have to carry them on and off the ship yourself. Can’t check them in at the dock for delivery to your cabin and can’t leave them outside your door to pick up in the terminal when you debark. That is it.

 

 

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I thought nothing was to be left on balconies..

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1 hour ago, clo said:

I thought nothing was to be left on balconies..

And I thought no one believed everyone complied with shipboard rules.

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1 minute ago, navybankerteacher said:

And I thought no one believed everyone complied with shipboard rules.

Yeah, but golf clubs????

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Royal Caribbean prohibited items:

"Martial Arts, Self Defense, and Sports Gear, including handcuffs, pepper spray, night sticks."

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"Exceptions can be made for the following sporting goods; however, the item must be stored in the guest’s stateroom and cannot be used onboard.

    "Baseball Bats, Hockey Sticks, Cricket Bats, and Golf clubs
    "Skateboards, Surfboards, and Bicycles"

https://www.royalcaribbean.com/faq/questions/prohibited-items-onboard-policy

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18 hours ago, Firepath said:

My husband love golf. Would he be able to take his clubs on board, keep them in our cabin,

golf in port, and then bring them back on board?

spectacular to read this post. I have done this many times, my girls go with me every where. Never know when I'm gonna need em'. I played in four of the five ports on our last  cruise.

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Didn't know your clubs are female . Mine are male because they can be rhymes with sticks . 😞

It was amazing how many people brought clubs on my Bermuda cruise . 

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Didn't know your clubs are female . Mine are male because they can be rhymes with sticks . 
It was amazing how many people brought clubs on my Bermuda cruise . 


In the old days (Celebrity Zenith) they had a golf pro onboard the Bermuda sailings. He had a room where clubs could be stored and he could arrange tee times at different courses.


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1 hour ago, richstowe said:

It was amazing how many people brought clubs on my Bermuda cruise . 

 

That doesn't surprise me.  Golf is very popular in Bermuda.  I know people who fly to Bermuda to golf.

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4 hours ago, richstowe said:

Didn't know your clubs are female . Mine are male because they can be rhymes with sticks . 😞

It was amazing how many people brought clubs on my Bermuda cruise . 

lol 🤣.... I prefer come on baby !  over, who's your daddy on a well struck shot.

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We had a grand times playing 3 rounds while we were in Bermuda.  Also played in SanJuan and St. Thomas.  We found we could put them behind the couch.

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