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Will a corkage fee apply if I bring my own alcohol on board?

You may bring beer, wine or spirits on board (subject to the age limit law of the port of departure) to celebrate special occasions. However if it is consumed in any of the dining rooms, alternative restaurants or bars then each bottle will be subject to a corkage fee of $25 (fee subject to change). There is no corkage fee if it is consumed in your cabin. Wine and champagne gifts purchased via the Cunard Gift Collection are exempt from the corkage fee, please show your gift card to your waiter.

If you are taking a flight prior to your cruise, the amount of duty free you are able to purchase at the airport or on board the aircraft is determined by your destination and airline. We would recommend that liquids are packed in your hold luggage to comply with airport and airline restrictions.


For details of duty free limitations at destination airports please click here

You are able to purchase duty free tobacco and take home liquor on board during qualifying itineraries. 

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