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Taking wine on Navigator of ths seas from Rome.Are you able to buy wine at Fiumicino airport or should I buy in duty free at my local airport and realistically how many bottles could two people take on board,two per cabin or perhaps two each! thankyou.
Submitted by - , bridgend - United Kingdom / Subject - All Cruises General
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Answer by , Chorley (03 Jun 13 17:48) to a QUESTION by edwards (03 Jun 13 10:44)
The "carry on Bags" are scanned by crew looking for bottles along with security risk items, These scanners do not seem to recognise wine boxes but of course I cannot vouch for it personally...Richard
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Answer by , Southampton (03 Jun 13 14:13) to a QUESTION by edwards (03 Jun 13 10:44)
Firstly as Wilba says, two bottle of 70 or 75cls per cabin. Where you buy them is up to you. You cannot buy "Duty Free" if you are only flying to Italy. If you buy them at home then you will have to pack them in your hold luggage but at the airport, provided they sell wine (and the wine you like) at your airport, you can take them on in your "Carry-on" luggage. You might be able to buy at Fiumicino provided you have enough time, that will depend on the method of transfer you have. I you have chosen the method of transport then you should be able to buy wine elsewhere before you board. After you board your allowance is zero. The decision is yours....Neil
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Answer by , . (03 Jun 13 11:07) to a QUESTION by edwards (03 Jun 13 10:44)
Two per cabin............Wilba
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