A new law might very well be the worst nightmare for many Guests.
For many Disney adults, one of the best parts of a Disney vacation is getting to experience all of the incredible cocktails and alcoholic beverages Disney offers. It is no secret; many Disney fans love to drink, especially in Disney’s fun and non-judgmental atmosphere.
This is especially true for Guests who take a Disney vacation on a Disney cruise line. No time is more appropriate for an adult beverage than while kicking back on the high seas. However, this practice may have to be removed due to a new law that is sending fans into a panic.
New Law Sends Fans Into Shock; Is This the End of Disney Drinking?!
There is a reason why so many people set sail on a Disney Cruise Line every year. The Disney cruises are incredible and offer many exciting activities for families of all ages. One of the main reasons that families love the Disney Cruise line is because of how adult-friendly the ships are.
Disney Cruise Line is one of the most popular cruise lines in the world, providing Guests with a unique and memorable experience on board their luxury ships. Disney Cruise Line offers a variety of itineraries, ranging from short weekend trips to longer cruises to destinations such as the Bahamas, Caribbean, South America, and even New Zealand. Adults on board are able to experience special 21+ areas, including the ship’s stunning bars and lounges.
However, a new cruise ship law may prohibit the consumption of alcohol in these areas.
New Law for Grand Cayman Changes the Game
As reported by Travel Blogger Dani, (@thisfloridalife), there is a new law that could drastically change drinking aboard cruise ships. The tweet from Travel Blogger Dani says:
I deleted my previous tweet as it was worded poorly.
There is a new law for Grand Cayman for selling alcohol on board cruise ships.
Only one bar sells alcohol while in Grand Cayman waters. Cove Bar at the adult pool.
My apologies for any confusion caused pic.twitter.com/mUorvEcO2N
— Dani | ThisFloridaLife (@thisfloridalife) May 10, 2023
This news is quite shocking, and may drastically change the cruise experience for Guests on board. As of now, no announcement has been made by Disney on how they will be implementing these rules.