On board the beautiful (aren't they all?) Brilliance of the Seas currently docked in Boston harbor, awating our muster drill before our three other couple friends join us for our own private "sail away" party before dinner, brought toall of us by Rolay Caribbean's new policy which allows you to bring two bottles of wine on the ship on embarkation day!! Very nice police, but the net thing I'd like them to work on is Free Wi-Fi. 13 days on this ship!! The start of our first LONG cruise!! What a blessing this is!!!
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I know it is fairly new to RCCL and it is 2 bottles 750ML per cabin. That was always true on Celebrity long before RCCL allowed it. It is nice to have something for the cabin. Now NCL will let you take some but you will pay $15 a bottle even if it is for your cabin, that to me didn't sound like a deal of any kind !
Royal Caribbean stopped allowing ANYTHING being brought aboard a few years ago. 2010 I believe. Then, this past January, they revised the policy to once again allow the aforementioned two bottles of wine per cabin.