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George - Answered a Question by Cook (02 Aug 17 13:43)

Normally you can take two bottles of wine for cabin use only Iv taken a bit more and nothing said but they can take it off you.

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Walsh - Answered a Question by Cook (04 Aug 17 14:57)

Two bottles each.

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Whyton - Answered a Question by Cook (03 Jun 18 18:04)

The q&a section is rather vague. It used to say 1 bottle per person which, if drunk in the restaurant attracts $20 charge. It now only mentions the corkage. It doesn’t seem to have restrictions for wine drunk in the cabin, what you can’t do is buy it in the shop and take it back to your cabin.

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