Royal Caribbean Allows Bringing Non-Alcoholic Beverages Onboard

   August 30, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Royal Caribbean Line updated its non-alcoholic beverage policy for passengers, beginning September 1, 2018.

Guests who bring small quantities of non-alcoholic drinks on board are already required to do so in their carry-on or hand luggage, rather than in checked bags.

The cruise company announced that its passengers will be able to bring small quantities of non-alcoholic drinks in carry-on or hand luggage on board only on the day of boarding. Checking in non-alcoholic drinks is no longer permitted.

RCL Symphony Of The Seas cruise ship

Non-alcoholic beverages brought on board Royal Caribbean ships may not exceed 12 standard (17 oz) cans, cartons or bottles per stateroom. Distilled water or specialized beverages like milk for medical purposes, infant or dietary use, are permitted.

Passengers are prohibited from bringing alcoholic drinks onboard any cruise vessel, with the exception of being able to bring 2 bottles of wine per stateroom.

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