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  • I understand alcohol is allowed on the DCL. I must be in your carry-on luggage. We will be flying to Orlando. How is this possible when liquid is not allowed on planes?
  • - Asked by Andrew on 7/11/2013
  • Ahoy Andrew!
    Great question!  Disney Cruise Line does allow Guests to bring their alcohol onboard as long as it is packed in your carry-on luggage.  Since you are flying to Orlando, I have two options to suggest.  First, alcohol can be packed in checked luggage.  According to www.tsa.gov, you may pack up to five liters of alcohol (between 24%-70% per person) and unlimited amount of beer and wine.  I also recommend checking out your particular airline's website for their allotments as well and using bubble wrap or Vinnibags to protect your contents.  If you are using Disney Cruise Line transportation, you will need to claim your bag with the alcohol at Baggage Claim instead of letting Disney Cruise Line take it directly to the ship.  If it is carry-on size, you can take it to the port or switch it to another bag before leaving the airport.  If you aren't using Disney transportation, you can stop on your way to the port to purchase some alcohol via your rental car or car service.  There is a Publix not too far from the port right off one of the exits on 528 East.
    I hope my answer is helpful, Andrew!  If I can help you further, please let me know!
    Have a magical day!
    Nancy
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