- 3-5 day cruises: One bag per person.
- 6+ day cruises: Two bags per person.
- Bag weight limit: 50 pounds.
- Bag size limit: 16 inches high, 24 inches wide (length not a factor).
- All luggage should be unlocked for security screening.
- Important items should be carried in your carry-on.
- Collapsible daypack/bag
- Rain jacket or poncho, small umbrella
- Sunscreen, insect repellent
- Translation, guide books
- Books, magazines
- Binoculars (for Alaska wildlife)
- Phone chargers
- Drop-off deadline: 2 hours before sailing time.
- Arriving late: Responsible for carrying own bags onboard.
- Weapons, candles, irons, alcohol, dangerous goods are not allowed.
- Prohibited items will be removed without compensation.
- Daytime: Casual attire, comfortable shoes.
- Evening (Cruise Casual): Men - slacks, polo shirts, Women - dresses, skirts, blouses.
- Evening (Cruise Elegant): Formal attire, suits, dresses, no jeans or flip-flops.
- Special outfits for themed events, sports events.
- Social Wi-Fi: Access to social media, no streaming.
- Value Wi-Fi: Social media, news, entertainment, no streaming.
- Premium Wi-Fi: Fastest connection, no streaming.
How to Purchase a Plan
- Pre-cruise: Discounted online purchase.
- Onboard: Buy daily plans on the ship.
- One device at a time.
- Internet speed may vary.
- Certain sites blocked, no VPN support.
Tips for Better Experience
- Use airplane mode and connect to Carnival Wi-Fi.
- Turn off background app data for faster speeds.
- Pack Wi-Fi enabled devices, power supply, data cables, and headphones.
- Accessible 24/7, with standard browsers.
- No software installation, printing is free.
- Ships have accessible elevators with tactile controls and audible signals for visually impaired guests.
- Accessible routes are available throughout most areas of the ship.
- Accessible tables in dining venues, including Lido Deck casual dining areas.
- Pool lifts available on specific ships.
- Four classifications: Fully Accessible Cabins (FAC), Fully Accessible Cabins - Single Side Approach (FAC-SSA), Ambulatory Accessible Cabins (AAC), and Standard Cabins.
- Fully Accessible Cabins have accessible elements and grab bars in the bathroom.
Personal Mobility Devices
- Guests should inform the cruise line about traveling with wheelchairs/scooters in advance.
- Mobility devices must fit through the stateroom doorway.
- Collapsing or folding scooters are recommended for storage in the stateroom.
- Guests must drive mobility devices at a safe speed.
- Disembarkation on mobility devices subject to captain's approval.
- Guests can bring their own mobility devices or rent from preferred vendor Scootaround (US ports only).
- Hydraulic lift transfer available from the airport to the cruise port for guests with mobility limitations.
- Limited supply of wheelchairs available at terminals for boarding and disembarkation assistance.
- Guests with mobility limitations may use water shuttles to access ports of call, subject to safety considerations.
Alcohol Policy and Drinks Packages
Drinking Alcohol On Board
- Minimum age for purchase and consumption of alcoholic beverages is 21 years.
- Guests limited to 15 alcoholic beverages per person, per day.
Bringing Liquor and Beverages On Board - Embarkation
- Prohibited to bring water, sodas, and non-alcoholic beverages in glass or plastic bottles.
- Guests (21 years and older) can bring one 750 ml bottle of wine or champagne per person.
- $15.00 USD corkage fee per 750 ml bottle for consuming wine or champagne in designated areas.
- Guests can purchase bottled water before the cruise or on board.
- Carnival carries distilled water for purchase.
- Large coolers not allowed, small personal-sized coolers permitted as carry-on luggage.
- Smoking is limited to specific exterior deck areas and the casino.
- All staterooms, including balconies, are non-smoking.
- U.S. federal law prohibits possession and use of recreational/medicinal marijuana and other illegal substances.
- Violations result in a $500 charge and possible disembarkation.
- Carnival's chefs prepare food options for various diets, including vegetarian, gluten-free, kosher, Indian vegetarian, low-carb, low-fat, low-sugar, and low-cholesterol.
- Medical centres meet or exceed CLIA and ACEP standards.
- Staffed by qualified physicians and nurses.
- Ship's physicians meet ACEP guidelines and have specific medical certifications.
- Shipboard medical facilities equipped with lifesaving and medical technology.
- Air evacuation/emergency disembarkation decision made by the ship's Physician in medical emergencies.