In the Know: Disney Cruise Line Alcohol and Beverage Policy

Disney Cruise Line does allow guests to bring aboard bottled water soda or juice. You can’t pack large quantities in your luggage, but if you can carry it on you can bring it.  Guests are allowed to bring on board wine or champagne, but please be aware that any fragile items need to be carried on. Disney will charge a corkage fee if you wish to drink it in the dining room, the new fee is $20.00 per bottle. Please note that beverage coolers are not permitted onboard.

The drinking age on all Disney Ships is 21 and is strictly enforced.

Guests can purchase alcohol in a port and bring it to their stateroom.

Disney Cruise line is unique in that they have a 24 hour beverages station that includes soda. On the Disney Magic and Wonder it is located on Deck 9. The new Disney Dream has 2 beverage stations, located on Deck 11. Soda is an additional charge if purchased at any of the bars or lounges.

Disney also offers several packages available from room service for discounted prices.

  • Pkg. 1    6-Domestic Beers (Budweiser, Bud light, Coors or Miller light)
  • Pkg. 2    6-Imported Beers (Heineken, Amstel light, Becks, or Corona)
  • Pkg. 3    3-Imported & 3 Domestic
  • Pkg. 4    Choice of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Ginger Ale or Orange Soda
  • Pkg. 5    6-16 oz bottles of Evian water
  • Pk6.6    24-16oz bottles of Evian water

Other wine, champagne and beer packages are available to purchase on line before you board.

A sample package is the Sweet Welcome and an Elegant Farewell. This package includes a bottle of Martini & Rossi Asti in your stateroom when you arrive and a bottle of Brut Champagne to have with dinner on the last night of your cruise ($52.00).

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