SimonCommunity
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NEWS: Captain Mickey Updates Alcohol Policy

Cruise Radio reports:  Captain Mickey Updates Alcohol Policy

"Captain Mickey has spoken: It’s no longer a free-for-all when it comes to bringing booze on Disney Cruise Line ships."

Tags: Alcohol Disney Cruise Line

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noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

Seems in line with the industry.  This is a non-issue for us but I'm sure a few people are bumming out with the change.

JusMe
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Contributor Level: Captain

They are now more in line with the industry,   but if I was stuck on a Disney ship for a week I'd need lots more alcohol then on a regular cruise to combat all the rug rats and the the Disney staff in costume.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

I have never sailed on a Disney ship so their alcohol policy does not affect me.  We never bring more than two bottles of wine on board any ship.  I have no plans to cruise on Disney in the near future, either.

Bubba54
Contributor Level: Captain

It was only a matter of time. But when Mickey speaks one must listen.Happy

FLChuck
Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Saddened that a Cruise line that always strives to set itself far above "industry standards" has just taken a couple of steps towards it. It's premium price has just gotten harder to justify. That is if you still don't mind underpaid workers running around in costumes, making you stand in line for hours for their picture and/or autograph.

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