Have You Ever Purchased Bottles of Alcohol for use During Your Crise or to Take Home?

Do you buy bottles of alcohol on board cruise ships for use later at home or during the cruise?  How often might you pre-order before your cruise?

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21 Answers

Only wine, during the wine pairing and tastings on Princess. The wine was served with our specialty ordered dinner---to match the wine... of course.Yummy

I have bought bottles of Tequila from the shops to gift out on my return.

I haven't bought them for use on the ship though. Too expensive.

I like the Sheridan's ...... if you have not tried it I suggest you do when they have the free tastings........ good stuffYummy

I think I bought a bottle of wine after a wine tasting.

Thanks for replying. I hope that the wine was good.


Always buy to take home. There are certain ones that you cannot get in the States.

JusMe - Agreed, Sheridan is delicious.

I once purchased a bottle of alcohol as a gift. Once was enough for me.

We bought some in Jamaica! First time I bought it on the boat, and that's all that it took. I def buy to bring home as I usually have a drink package on board.

We usually buy to take home. My preference is to find some fine local rums to enjoy at home and sometimes pick up some flavourful liquors that we cannot get at home for my wife

We always buy to take home if we drove to the ship – there are some fantastic values in the ports or on the ship! We’re less likely to do so if we have to fly home, but we will for something special.


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