Is there a limit on the amount of bottled water that you can carry on to the ship? I tried to check the DCL site, but their FAQ page is down at the moment.
Don't get nuts with it. Your cabin only has so much room, and there are plenty of places to grab a cup of water, juice or soda for free. That said I don't remember a limit.Is there a limit on the amount of bottled water that you can carry on to the ship? I tried to check the DCL site, but their FAQ page is down at the moment.
Then my advice would be to tell them they can bring as much as they want and stress the importance of staying hydrated on a cruise. You can then point and laugh at them why they attempt to carry around 10 cases of water that first afternoon and the 9 they have leftover at the end.Thanks for the answers and advice. I'm not actually asking for myself. (I drink Coke Zero, not water! ) I was asked by somebody that I'm cruising with.
Like 2 companies make 60 percent of all the bottled water brands so its funny to me. Most are just municipal tap water that gets filtered some more, all the plastic bottles are terrible.I am picky about the taste of my water and I drink the filtered water on board for free. I bring a Tervis or some kind of similar tumbler and just fill it up as it empties, which is often.
Knowing that everyone's tastebuds are different, and can be particularly particular about water, I feel compelled to share that Poland Spring is my favorite, I like Nestle PureLife and Dasani, Smartwater and Deer Park are fine; but I find Zephyr Hills and Aquafina undrinkable.
No offense intended to anyone who likes ZH and Aquafina, and please don't deride me for liking Dasani. I just thought I'd share the taste profile so others can make informed decisions about whether lugging their favorite brand of H20 is worth the effort.