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A lot of the confusion stems from the fact if you fly in to the cruise the bottle because it's over 3oz must be in checked luggage. Meanwhile almost every cruise line, including  Carnival, that allows you to board with a bottle for the cabin requires you to carry-on  the bottle to present to security for inspections prior to boarding.

Carnival's current policy regarding allowed beverages on the ship is 12oz. or less of any non-alcoholic beverage in a can, tetra-pak, or juice pouch up to a quantity of 12 per passenger, and 1 750ml bottle of wine per drinking age adult. The non-alcoholic beverages are mix-n-match and need not be in their original master carton or package, but if they are security does reserve the right to open the master carton to inspect individual containers for tampering and you may wish to have a spare bag or at least room in the carry on luggage to accommodate the loose products. A single family group being processed through security together may have all their allotted beverages in a single carry-on bag or luggage piece.

Gallons of distilled water for C-Pap or other medical devices, or to mix baby formula with can be carried aboard as well and is exempt from the beverage allotment limits and not counted towards it either. (As a convenience distilled water is also available from room service at $4/gal.)

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