- Answered a Question by (01 Aug 18 16:19)

Why not checK the Cunard website, it's a mine of information.

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- Answered a Question by (01 Aug 18 16:02)

I think it is the same as P&O, one bottle each (max 1 litre per bottle) at first embarkation, the nothing more.

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- Answered a Question by (02 Aug 18 11:47)

Just read on the forum that drink prices on Cunard are now eye watering expensive so would take your favourite drink on board.

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Robinson - Answered a Question by (03 Aug 18 23:08)

No problem you can take alcohol on board.

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FRIED - Answered a Question by (04 Aug 18 09:33)

The answer is complex! Having done 2 cunard cruises on QV the policy on their website and their actual policy appears different. I have twice taken what i consider a reasonable amount of drink alcoholic and none inc 12 packs of tomato juice ( I love a partic brand!!) sparkling water, lemonade and 3 bottles of spirits and been waved through. Cunard say they treat passengers as adults so if you dont take the """" by bringing on too much that should be fine - notice my word should. Their rules of course allow them to remove alcohol etc which they deem to be a danger to other passengers safety(!) . Ultimately you are at the mercy of the staff on the day of boarding.

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- replied to FRIED (05 Aug 18 09:08)

Have always put a couple of wine cartons in suitcases. No problem at all.

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