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  • Hello again moms. I am wondering if the refillable waters can be taken off the ships when we go on port adventures or are we only able to take unopened bottled waters with us? I need to be able to bring water for us on our port adventures. Thank you!
  • - Asked by Gina from California on 10/30/2013
  • Welcome back ,Gina! 

    When guests disembark at the different ports, any drinks taken off the ship must be sealed. However, you are certainly welcome to bring your empty refillable water bottle and fill it up once you're off the ship, then refill throughout the day. We usually throw one sealed water bottle in our bags plus our empty refillable water bottles so we aren't stuck having to purchase bottle after bottle of water in the different port adventure stops. Usually we can find a place to fill up while we're out on the adventures, but depending on your particular adventure, you might be best bringing a few sealed bottles. 

    Do stay hydrated throughout the day as you wouldn't want to miss out on any of the fun!

    Stop back again if you have further questions before you set sail, Gina! 
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