Want to Sneak Booze on Your Next Cruise? Watch These Videos

We’d never suggest that you sneak alcohol onto a cruise (wink). But if you were to want to try, then we would be remiss if we didn’t share some of what we have figured out on carrying in contraband.

Before we get too far, however, you should know that if you are caught trying to smuggle alcohol onto a cruise, then expect it to be poured out. Cruise lines also reserve the right to inflict worse punishment (including kicking you off the cruise without a refund).

Still, if you do decide to test your luck then it’s best to learn from some experts to increase your chances of success. The following videos showcase several different ways you can try to bring on booze. The links below the videos offer some supplies that might be helpful in your pursuit.

Supplies for Sneaking Alcohol

If you do want to sneak some alcohol, the good news is that many supplies made for the task are easily available. The links below take you to Amazon where you can buy the items seen in the videos above.

“Rum Runner” type collapsible flask – $17

Shampoo bottle secret flask – $13

Fake lotion flasks – $8

Lid seals for resealing open bottles – $6

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Tanner is the founder of Cruzely.com. Having grown up on the coast and sailing on everything from a 50' pleasure craft to the newest cruise ships, he's drawn on his experience to write hundreds of articles about every aspect of cruising. He has been quoted in The Washington Post, USAToday, and CBSNews, along with dozens more publications and websites. His homeport is Galveston, but he's visited and sailed from ports all around the country, including Miami, Port Canaveral, Port Everglades, Seattle, Los Angeles and more. You can contact him by emailing [email protected]


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