Princess Cruises Prohibited Items

Items not to bring with you on a cruise

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Princess Prohibited Items

Every cruise line has different policies but most prohibit the same items. Generally, cruise lines prohibit liquor items except what you're allowed to carry on at embarkation; unsafe items that could cause a fire; illegal items.

Smoking Policy


As provided in the Passage Contract, passengers agree not to bring alcoholic beverages of any kind onboard for consumption, except one bottle of wine or champagne per adult of drinking age (no larger than 750 ml) per voyage, which will not be subject to a corkage fee if consumed in the stateroom. Additional wine or champagne bottles are welcome, but will incur a $15 corkage fee each, irrespective of where they are intended to be consumed. Liquor, spirits or beers are not permitted. Please remember that luggage will be scanned and alcohol outside of our policy will be removed and discarded.*

Alcoholic beverages that are purchased duty free from the ship's gift shop, or at ports of call, will be collected for safekeeping and delivered to the passenger's stateroom on the last day of the cruise.  A member of the ship's staff will be at the gangway to assist passengers with the storage of their shoreside alcoholic purchases while our Boutiques staff will assist passengers with shipboard alcoholic purchases.

Other Items

Ironing and using personal clothes steamers are not permitted in any stateroom.

Metal detectors

Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB)


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