How to Sneak Alcohol on a Cruise
How to sneak alcohol on a cruise ship is a question that has been plaguing cruisers for the past couple decades. Cruises are awesome, but liquor prices are high and we just want to get boozed up and have a splendid time for a reasonable cost. We are here to make that dream a reality.
It use to be easy to answer how to sneak alcohol on a cruise. In the past we used water and soda bottles to mask our vodka and tequila, but cruise lines have been cracking down recently. Now cruise lines make sure the water and soda bottles are closed and have not been tampered with before embarking on board. There is a simple solution that I and my friends have used a bunch of times to solve the how to sneak alcohol on a cruise conundrum. Behold Smuggs Jugs! They are empty bottles of shampoo, conditioner, suntan lotion and body lotion that will smuggle enough liquor into your room to get you and even your neighbor cabin smashed all cruise.
These bottles come with sealers so after you fill them up with your prefered tequila, whiskey, vodka, gin… you seal them shut! If a cruise employee ever opens it to check, it is sealed! Hard to imagine them opening it up and smelling whether your shampoo is really shampoo. You can reuse them forever by buying a new pack of sealers for them. Smugg Jugs sells them for $43 on their site, but good ole Amazon has them for only $25. I have included the links below for the bottles and sealers.
There are a handful of other sneaking alcohol options out there, which I have looked up at the lowest Amazon price and included below. I have only used Smugg Jugs and am very happy with them. You can even wash out an old bottle and just buy the seals, but I am not comfortable drinking out of something that had so many toxic chemicals inside it before. Whichever product you choose, please use my links to buy it (I get 4% commission 😉 and do a shot for me and enjoy the hundreds to thousands of dollars in savings. Sorry Carnival, Royal & Norwegian 😉