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Old 12-29-2005, 07:35 AM
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I was wondering if someone can give me a straight answer on this. I "heard" you are allowed to bring up to a case of water onboard in your suitcase. Is this true? I haven't seen this in writing and I'm scared to do this and get 'caught" trying to break a rule or something. I was also told I could bring a two-liter bottle of coke. My daughters are taking part of a dancin' at sea program on the ship and having bottles of water in our room would just be so much more convenient (and cheaper) to stick in their dance bags when they go to practice since they'll be dancing most days of the cruise.
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Old 12-29-2005, 09:34 AM
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Carnival's policy statement is vague in the area of non-alcoholic beverages. It states that a "limited quantity" may be brought aboard by guests and this amount is up to the discretion of embarkation personnel.

In my view, a case of bottled water and one or two big bottles of soda will be fine and no one will question it. Now if it was a case of beer, well, they might take it from you.
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Old 12-29-2005, 11:09 AM
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We have taken a 12 pk of soda per cabin with no problems on past cruises. We have always just carried it on with us when we checked in. This time, since I'm taking an extra bag, I'm putting it inside the bag and checking it. Also taking (or trying to) couple of bottles of wine.
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Old 12-29-2005, 11:50 AM
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My husband and I went on the Conquest in Sept. and each of wore a back pack full of little bottles of water. It was not a problem at all. We unpacked them and put them inside our little fridge in the room. My travel agent actually suggested it to us. Then we used the back packs for going on shore for swimming things and/or shopping, worked out really well. Here's you you having a wonderful trip!!!
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