Prohibited Items List

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Last Updated: May 19, 2023
1. Illegal Drugs and illegal substances: all illegal drugs, non-prescribed controlled substances, medically prescribed marijuana or synthetic marijuana and CBD products are prohibited

2. Firearms and weapons: all firearms and weapons, ammunition, explosives and incendiary devices are prohibited, with the following exception: Law Enforcement Officers and contracted Security Staff while on duty and while in their area of jurisdiction

3. Replicas of any firearms or ammunition

4. Explosives: all explosives, incendiaries and pyrotechnic items

5. Flammable Items: all items with open flames or heating elements are prohibited; with the exception of hair curling irons and hair dryers which are permitted onboard. Flammable items include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Candles and incense
  • Extension cords and multi-plug power strips - Electrical to approve
  • Seasonal and/or celebratory light bulb strings- Electrical to approve
  • Any appliance with a heating body or element
  • Any flammable liquids, fuels, paints, or thinners
  • Aerosols, except for personal care toiletries which are permitted
  • Large batteries
  • Gas torches
  • Flares
  • Hookahs & water hookah pipes
6. Knives and sharp objects: all knives with a blade larger than 4 inches are prohibited. Other sharp objects, such as scissors with blades longer than 4 inches, which could reasonably be used as a weapon, are also not allowed.
  • Personal grooming items exception: personal grooming items such as metal nail files, cuticle tools, scissors for trimming facial hair, manicure sets and other similar small personal grooming items, are permitted onboard.
7. Hand and power tools (see Reasonable Use Exception below)

8. Martial arts and self-defense items

9. Sporting\recreational goods: may include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Baseball and cricket bats
  • Hockey\lacrosse sticks
  • Skateboards, hoverboards, and roller skates
  • Surf boards
  • Golf clubs (permitted, stored in the cabin)
  • Bicycles
  • Scooters, regular or electrical (not for disability-related use)
  • Remote-controlled helicopters, airplanes, drones or similar devices
  • Scuba Diving Tanks
10. Disabling or dangerous chemicals:
  • Chlorine
  • Ammonia
  • Bleach
  • Insecticides\pesticides
  • Spray paints
  • Tear gas
  • Pepper sprays\mace
  • Spillable batteries (note: wheelchair batteries are permitted)
  • Small compressed gas cartridges
  • Fire extinguishers (not ship equipment)
  • Other compressed gas cylinders (medical gas bottles are permitted - 680 liters or E / M-24 size, only 2 can be hand-carried, rest are delivered)
  • HAM Radios
11. Liquids/food
  • Alcoholic beverages, hard liquor, spirits, and beer are not permitted to be brought on board. Any alcohol in checked luggage will be collected on embarkation and returned once the voyage is complete.
  • Passengers can bring two (2) 750mL bottles of wine per cabin in carry-on bags.
  • Small quantities of water, dietary supplement drinks, non-alcoholic beer, or soft drinks in boxes and cans are permitted in hand luggage only. Drinks in bottles (glass or plastic) are not permitted. A small quantity is considered a maximum of twelve (12) sealed, unopened cans/cartons of twelve 12 ounces each or less per person.
12. Ice chests and coolers, except for those permitted for storing medications and items related to dietary restrictions

13. Homemade, pre-cooked, or perishable foods or open food containers

14. SeaShells and Corals

15. Handcuffs or Other Restraining Devices
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