Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship

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One of the hottest topics in cruising is the subject of how to Sneak alcohol onto a cruise ship Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship. When brought up on cruise message boards fierce debates break out in threads that tend to go on for many pages. It just seems to be one of those topics that whether or not you approve or disapprove of the action you still have an opinion. I’ve seen message board threads that start out as intelligent discussion degenerate into grade school name calling sessions.

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Two Reasons for Sneaking alcohol on to a cruise ship Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship

Typically there are two reasons someone would Sneak alcohol on to Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship a cruise ship. The first is because you would like to enjoy a drink in your stateroom without having to either order room service or physically go to the bar to get one. To me this is perfectly understandable, I like to have a glass of wine while I get dressed for dinner. While it is true that many cruise lines allow you to carry on wine there are some that forbid this practice.

The second (and more popular) reason for Sneaking alcohol on Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship a cruise ship is to save money. It is no big secret that one of the biggest “extra” expenses incurred onboard a cruise ship is the bar tab. Order a couple of daily specials at the pool, a bottle of wine with dinner, and a cocktail in the evening and its pretty easy for a couple to spend a hundred dollars per day (or more) on drinks alone. With the economy completely screwed up (and no promise of it improving in the near future) we are all looking for ways to save money. One of the most popular ways to keep a cruise vacation as affordable as possible is Sneaking alcohol on to a cruise ship Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship.

In the past bringing alcohol onboard wasn’t really that big of a deal. Sure, the cruise lines had rules regulating what could be carried on but in many instances they were very loosely enforced. However, the times they are a changin’. Although some cruise lines will continue to allow you to carry wine and other spirits onboard, there is a new emphasis on the bottom line which has brought along stricter regulations which are actively being enforced.  In other words, if you plan to keep your bar tab manageable, its time to adapt and overcome.

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The Best Way to Sneak Alcohol Onto a Cruise Ship That I Have Seen

Do a Google search on “sneaking alcohol onboard” and you will probably come across all sorts of ideas about filling shampoo containers and mouthwash bottles, neither of which sound very appealing to me.  The best contraption I have run across while searching the internet is something  called a rum runner Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship.  It is basically a non-breakable saline bags that can be filled with your liquid of choice and packed in your checked bags. While this may seem a little bit extreme upon doing more research I was shocked at just how many people actually use the rum runner Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship.  In the war on cruise overspending this seems to be the weapon of choice.

The reason the “rum runner Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship” is so successful is two fold. First of all, since the alcohol isn’t in it’s regular container it doesn’t look like your normal bottle of booze when it passes through the scanner. Secondly, the density of the actual “rum runner Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship” container is specially designed to not resemble anything that would contain alcohol. I completely understand how someone could be skeptical on whether this will work or not, but the proof is in the pudding. A simple search on “rum runner Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship” and a bit of research will reveal that no one has ever been caught smuggling booze onboard a cruise ship while using one. In fact, I am so convinced this will work I plan on using one on my March 15th cruise.

Update: On my last cruise I experimented with sneaking alcohol onboard the cruise ship.  If you want to see how it went, you should read this post.  Jump over to Amazon.com for this excellent resource on saving money while on a cruise ship.

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109 Responses to “Foolproof Way To Sneak Alcohol Onboard a Cruise Ship”

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  1. Heather says:

    I’ve been on 22 cruises on Royal Caribbean, Princess, Celebrity and Carnival. I’ve used various methods and never had a problem until the last cruise. I’ve also used Rum Runners several times (at least 5 times in the last 3 years). The last cruise was on Carnival in November 2011 and our Rum Runners were confiscated. They were packed in our snorkeling gear in a large suitcase, which only held clothes and shoes as we’d done before. Our “real” liquids such as shampoo, mouthwash etc. were in our carryon. When our bag arrived at our cabin, there was a note that they had confiscated our contraband…

  2. T.I. Cruiser says:

    That really sucks but at least you didn’t have to make the trek to the naughty room. My guess would be the snorkel gear made them look a little closer than normal. I like to keep mine with only clothes; no hard plastic, no metal, not anything but clothing and rum runners.

  3. Lindsey says:

    Great blog! Has anyone sailed out of Venice on Royal Caribbean? Sure isn’t fun they are searching more. My last cruise was 11 years ago. I was only 17 and none of us had problems carrying on rum from port ( Porto Rico), or heck even drinking on the ship really. Glad I’m rasearching all these sneaky methods. Our next cruise is in July, leaving from Venice and going thru Greece. Do they do pat downs when you walk thru security? I’ve seen some nifty devices you can “wear” under your clothes. Thought? I am planning on getting rum runners!

  4. T.I. Cruiser says:

    I’m sorry but I have never sailed out of Venus. If you dig deep enough there are all sorts of devices but I like to keep it simple. I tend to stick to the Rum Runners when I do my booze smuggling.

  5. Tiffany says:

    Hello,
    I was wondering if you can walk on with these stuffed in your pants? Do they check your body prior to boarding? Also, if I make a drink in a bubba mug, can I easily walk around the ship with it? Do they provide free water and soda on the ship? Also, I read about the smoking policy and was wondering about using the e-cigerettes in a cabin?

  6. T.I. Cruiser says:

    I’ve never tried to carry rum runners in my pockets as I board, but have never been patted down. You won’t have any problem walking around with a bubba mug, you’ll probably see plenty of people carrying around their own containers. Water in cups and glasses will be free, typically lemonade and tea will also be free, soda will cost extra. Smoking policies vary by cruise line and they are gradually becoming more and more strict. You will need to consult the website of the cruise line to see the most up to date policy. I quit cold turkey so I am not familiar with the ins and outs of e-cigarettes but from what little I do know there shouldn’t be a problem since it doesn’t burn any tobacco. However, your best bet for accurate information on that subject would be to call your specific cruise line.

  7. Cruiser says:

    Do not waste time replacing water with vodka in water bottles, putting food coloring in vodka or a clear liquor in a scope bottle..the reality is the “shake” method they use is the tell tale sign..liquor holds a bubble longer than water and when they shake it , this is clear- I lost a liter last week with this attempt..
    Fool Proof=
    - baseball shorts with sleeve for a cup…you can tuck in a flask and be on (just no metal top)
    - we took 6 four ounce bottle we bought at Sams clubs for $2..filled them with vodka and put them in with our bath items..no issue
    - now back to the flask and the baseball shorts…..take it with you when you port, 1 time, 2 times, 3 times, 4 times..buy duty free inland , transfer to flask repeat previous step 1 and you are refreshed when ever you port

  8. Keith says:

    How are the Rum Runners going through airport security? Should they be filled after you fly?

  9. T.I. Cruiser says:

    I fill them after I fly. Bringing booze onto a cruise ship is one thing but giving TSA a reason to give you a cavity search is something completely different.

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