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Say ALOHA to a 7 day cruise to 4 Hawaiian Islands.  

 

Depart from Honolulu, O‘ahu. Overnight Kahului, Maui use the ship as your hotel, then to Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii, and Kona, Overnight Nawiliwili, Kaua‘i, again use the ship as your hotel, Afternoon cruise of the Napali Coast then back to Honolulu, O‘ahu.

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CRUISEPORT BOSTON. DROP YOUR LUGGAGE OFF WITH THE PORTER AND HEAD UP TO THE SHIP. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO HEAD OVER TO BERMUDA!

NCL BEVERAGE POLICY Updated July 2016

 

Can I bring water or soda on board?

Effective  July 15, 2016 and beyond, guests are prohibited from bringing any beverages -- including liquor, beer and non-alcoholic drinks such as water, soda and juices -- on board either as carry-on or checked luggage, with the exception of purified or distilled water in factory-sealed containers for use in conjunction with medical devices or for the reconstitution of infant formula; and fully sealed and/or corked wine bottles for personal consumption onboard that is subject to screening and a corkage fee (for guests 21 years of age or older). Open beverages of any kind must be consumed or discarded at the security check-point, on embarkation day and at any port of call. This revised policy brings the company in line with other best practice travel security protocols and reduces the need for individual time consuming screening and package inspection of large volumes of beverages.


 

Why the change in policy?
The inspection of large volumes of beverages has an impact on the embarkation process and security resources. As one example, guests who attempt to smuggle alcoholic beverages onboard often try to do so in beverage containers. This means all beverages must be personally screened, taking both time and dedicated personnel.
This modified policy will now bring us in line with other travel industry procedures for transporting beverages and allow security personnel to focus on other screening efforts and not individually inspecting all beverages being brought onboard. 

What if I purchase a beverage in a port of call?
Guests will not be permitted to bring any beverages onboard the ship in ports of call and any locally-purchased beverages will be disposed of prior to embarkation. No open containers of beverages, including water, will be allowed onboard during a port of call. 
If you purchase any alcohol at one of our ports-of-call or in our onboard shops, we will safely store your purchase and either on the final night of the cruise or the morning of debarkation it will be available for pick up in a designated area. 

 

 

What if I purchase a beverage in a port of call?
Guests will not be permitted to bring any beverages onboard the ship in ports of call and any locally-purchased beverages will be disposed of prior to embarkation. No open containers of beverages, including water, will be allowed onboard during a port of call. 
If you purchase any alcohol at one of our ports-of-call or in our onboard shops, we will safely store your purchase and either on the final night of the cruise or the morning of debarkation it will be available for pick up in a designated area. 

What happens if I bring a case of water to the ship?
Guests who bring beverages to embarkation will be directed to return the items to their vehicle. If the guest does not have a vehicle onsite, the items will be disposed of.

If I need to bring water or milk onboard for a medical reason or infant, what’s the process?
Guests who have special needs or medical requirements should contact the access desk at
accessdesk@ncl.com. Families with infants who require water for formula or milk should advise the security team during embarkation and those items will be inspected at the check point. 


 

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