People also ask
Can you fish on a cruise ship in Alaska?
What you can do is fish when you’re in port (as long as you obey local fishing regulations). On some Alaska cruises, for example, fishing is an essential component of the trip. You won’t be fishing off the side of the boat, per se, but at least you figuratively (if not literally) fish on a cruise ship.
Can you bring wild caught fish on a cruise ship?
Instead, if you catch something while onshore and want to bring it home, you’ll have to figure out how to ship it home. As well, we don’t think U.S. Customs would like someone bringing wild-caught fish home in their luggage. Yes, you can pack sporting goods, but they can only be used in port — off the ship.
Are there any restrictions on what you can bring on a cruise ship?
Matches and normal lighteners are allowed onboard. However torch lighters and novelty lighters that look like guns are not allowed onboard. Torch lighters emit a powerful concentrated flame, and therefore are prohibited.
Can you bring a surfboard on a cruise ship?
Royal Caribbean does allow them, but they must be kept in your stateroom. We’re not entirely sure why some lines wouldn’t let you at least bring a board and store it in your room, but the last thing we want to do is bring an expensive surfboard and not be allowed to bring it on. Of course you can’t bring marijuana on a ship.