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Does Carnival X-Ray Checked Luggage

Discussion in 'Carnival Cruise Lines' started by MrCruiseVirgin, Feb 23, 2004.

  1. I want to place 2, 1 liter bottles of alcohol into my bags. When they pass thru security, will they see the outline of a bottle?

    Would it be better to take them aboard in a duffle bag? Also, are there any size limitations for duffle bags?
     
  2. PEB

    PEB Guest

    They do x-ray bags however if they are in the bags you send through they will probably get to your room. If you put them in your carry ons I have seen them take them away from those bags.
     
  3. Sodey

    Sodey Guest

    Purchase the smaller plastic (about a quart) size bottles of booze and put them in your checked bags along with all your bottles of mouthwash, hairspray, shampoo, etc..

    Always works for me.
     
  4. booboo

    booboo Guest

    I put a liter of Bacardi rum sold in a plastic container into my checked bag when I boarded the ship in Miami.

    We brought 2 bottles of wine in our carry-on. No one questioned these as they were scanned by x-ray. My sister and her husband did the same the following week (liquor in suitcase and wine in carry-on). They did have a look at my sister's wine, but she felt it was because it was quite a large bottle. No one, however, made any effort to prevent her from bringing it on board.

    The waiters charged us no corkage fee for serving us our own wine with dinner. As with dining-room purchased wine, they kept our white wine on ice. They would also keep our unused portions of wine from one meal to the next.
     
  5. pnorth

    pnorth Guest

    Can you send your carry on luggage in so that it is taken directly to your room instead of having to carry it around?
     
  6. booboo

    booboo Guest

    When you arrive at your ship with your luggage, you leave your luggage on land. It's a bit of a nerve-wracking process because those left in charge of your luggage are sometimes a bit unsavoury looking. The only luggage you carry yourself onto the ship is a carry-on, etc.

    At some later point, your luggage appears outside your cabin. My luggage has always appeared in good time, in great condition.
     

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