Found this on NCL site

I like # 27





The safety  and security of our guests and crew is our number one priority.  The following items are prohibited on-board vessels. These items will be confiscated and not transported aboard. When an item is determined to be illegal the appropriate authorities will be informed.


1. All illegal narcotics/drugs. (Including Marijuana prescribed for medical purposes and other items used as drug paraphernalia. This includes Hookah Pipes). 2. All firearms including replicas, imitations, non-firing weapons, starting pistols and their components 3. Air, BB or pellet pistols or rifles 4. Any other projectile-weapon or item that resembles or can be mistaken as a firearm (e.g., paint ball guns) 5. All ammunition or replica ammunition for listed line items 2, 3 & 4 6. All explosives, component parts (i.e. detonators) including imitation explosives and devices 7. Fireworks, flares, and pyrotechnics 8. Martial Arts Weapons (i.e. throwing stars, flails) 9. Knives with a blade longer than 4 inches/10.16 cm 10. Open razors 11. Swords, Skean Dhus, or Kirpans 12. Spears or spear guns 13. Crossbows, crossbow bolts, and long bow arrows 14. Blunt weapons including knuckle dusters, brass knuckles, clubs, telescopic batons, batons, flails or nunchaku 15. Items containing incapacitating substances (e.g. gas guns, tear gas sprays, mace, phosphorus, acid and other dangerous chemicals that could be used to maim or disable 16. Restraining Devices (i.e. handcuffs, leg, and head restraining straps) 17. Flammable substances and hazardous chemicals. (e.g., petrol, methylated spirits, paint thinners, lighter fuel, etc.) 18. Any other item made, adapted or intended for use as an offensive weapon 19. Stun devices (i.e. Tazers and Stun Guns) 20. Large batteries 21. Items brought on board the vessel and not supplied by the Company containing any kind of heating element, such as but not limited to: immersion heaters, heating blankets, clothing irons, water heaters, coffee machines with heating/hot plates, etc. 22. Any remotely controlled or autonomously flying devices, toys or drones 23. Self-balancing hover boards, air wheels, scooters, or Segway’s 24. Compressed gas tanks, bottles, cylinders including dive tanks, propane tanks and large aerosol cans 25. Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRB), ham radios, satellite phones, transformers, lasers and laser pointers 26. Any form of radio/ telephone signal jamming equipment 27. Samsung Note 7 28. Candles

22 Answers

Well I guess that is why there is no skeet shooting off the stern.

It looks like slingshots are not on the list -- a few marbles in the slingshot make for a great skeet shoot!

I guess #21 rules out the rice cooker.

???? Rice cooker ???

Nope ... has an element dude .... # 21

Why would anyone bring a rice cooker on vacation ?

You know if all these thing are listed, someone tried to bring them on board.

The rice cooker is a joke brought over from the Carnival Funville forum (no longer exists). The question was asked and now those of us that were there cannot forget to bring it up whenever anyone questions what to bring on a cruise. It makes us laugh.

No pyrotechnics--rules out the awesome birthday celebration I was planning Crying

I am thinking of disguising my rice cooker as a CPAP--think it would work???Big Smile

I think it may end up looking like a moonshine still -- which isn't listed by the way...

Ah yes but the no bringing of alcohol on board may prevent the moonshine still .... although ... if you have not yet made the moonshine YET it is not really alcohol. But alas ... a moonshine still requires a heat source and I do believe heat sources are verboten.


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