Guests are not permitted to bring alcoholic beverages onboard a Celebrity Cruise; with the exception of embarkation day when each guest (of legal drinking age) is permitted to bring onboard up to two (2) bottles of wine (which are subject to a corkage fee) per guest.
The corkage fee is $25 per bottle and will be charged to your stateroom account. The corkage fee will be waived for guests who have purchased the Classic Beverage Package or Premium Beverage Package.
All alcoholic beverages purchased in ports of call or on the ship will be stored by the ship and delivered to your stateroom on the last day of the sailing.
Why does Celebrity Cruises have this policy?
There are a few reasons why Celebrity Cruises has a policy against bringing alcoholic beverages on board. First, it is a safety issue. Alcohol can impair judgment and coordination, which can lead to accidents. Second, it is a business issue. Celebrity Cruises sells alcoholic beverages on board, and they want to make sure that their guests are purchasing their alcohol from them. Third, it is a quality control issue. Celebrity Cruises wants to ensure that the alcoholic beverages served on board are of the highest quality.
What are the alternatives to bringing alcohol on board a Celebrity Cruise?
There are a number of alternatives to bringing alcohol on board a Celebrity Cruise. First, you can purchase alcoholic beverages on board. Celebrity Cruises offers a wide variety of alcoholic beverages, including beer, wine, cocktails, and liquor. You can purchase alcoholic beverages at any bar or restaurant on the ship.
Second, you can purchase specialty drink packages. Celebrity Cruises offers a number of specialty drink packages that can save you money on alcoholic beverages. For example, the All-Inclusive Beverage Package includes unlimited beer, wine, cocktails, and liquor.
Third, you can bring your own non-alcoholic beverages on board. Celebrity Cruises allows guests to bring their own non-alcoholic beverages on board, including bottled water, soda, and juice.
Celebrity Cruises has a policy against bringing alcoholic beverages on board for safety, business, and quality control reasons. There are a number of alternatives to bringing alcohol on board, including purchasing alcoholic beverages on board, purchasing specialty drink packages, and bringing your own non-alcoholic beverages on board.
- The two bottles of wine that you are allowed to bring on board must be unopened and in their original packaging.
- The corkage fee will be waived for guests who have purchased the Classic Beverage Package or Premium Beverage Package. The Classic Beverage Package includes unlimited beer, wine, and cocktails, while the Premium Beverage Package includes unlimited beer, wine, cocktails, and premium spirits.
- If you are bringing non-alcoholic beverages on board, they must be in their original packaging and must not be sealed.
- Celebrity Cruises reserves the right to refuse to serve alcohol to any guest who is intoxicated.
- Celebrity Cruises also has a policy against excessive drinking. If you are found to be intoxicated, you may be denied service and/or asked to leave the ship.
Here are some tips for drinking responsibly on Celebrity Cruises:
- Start slowly and pace yourself. It is easy to overindulge when you are on vacation, but it is important to remember that alcohol is still a drug.
- Drink plenty of water between alcoholic beverages. This will help you stay hydrated and prevent you from getting too drunk.
- Eat food while you are drinking. Eating will help to slow down the absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream.
- Know your limits. If you start to feel drunk, stop drinking. It is better to be safe than sorry.
- Be aware of the signs and symptoms of alcohol intoxication. These include slurred speech, loss of coordination, and impaired judgment.
- If you see someone who is intoxicated, please offer your help. You can help them to get to their room or to find a friend or family member.
By following these tips, you can have a safe and enjoyable time while drinking on Celebrity Cruises.