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They also happily encourage you to "drink your way around the World" in the World showcase where street vendors offer featured national alcohols in every country. If you bring wine to the dining rooms you will pay a corkage fee though. We left the cruise very tan, very relaxed and each with a 3 page room folio.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I really could care less if they have casinos as I always lose anyways. Disney is all about spending time with family. They fight Indian and commercial gambling calling it family-unfriendly but coincidentally it's also Disney unfriendly in that it takes people away from Disney's parks and hotels. I know I'm a dreamer if I think that there will be casino's on the 2 new ships but hey, a girl can dream can't she?? The adults who are there to spend time with their kids will spend time with there kids. FYI, Disney does have a nice library on the Magic. Keep in mind this was in the 40s where the carnivals and amusement parks were dirty, filthy places and were run by drunks and crooks. It was a riot how we were glued to the movies as were MANY other parents we saw. I doubt the new ships will have casinos. But if Casinos are improtant, then it's better to go on a different line. Watching High School Musical and all those Disney family movies on the big screen with a very healthy buzz on deck while laying in the sun. Not that putting your child in a youth program is bad, some kids love it. The main places to get alcohol from Downtown are gone, yes there stilll is places to acquire it and with the exception of Epcot, its not pushed like you see in the other non Disney parks. It's in the over 18 area where the cigars and espressos are offered. But DH does like to go here and there. Or perhaps take two short cruises? I have never bought the theory that a casino would not be "Disney-like". Yep, we always go Royal Caribbean rather than Disney because my mom loves to gamble! Even at dinner we were asked over and over if we wanted to purchase the wine package until I finally told them that we will NOT be drinking any wine while on board. Doesn't Disney allow you to bring Beer on board? But again was suprised that someone said no Library Disney could get great use out of this and keep in line with promoting family time. Our entire dining table took advantage of booking while on board and secured cabins next to each other for a December reunion. Also, Disney has all the Characters roaming the ship all the time. Protecting their market is, I'm sure, extremely important to them. Only the one exclusive club in Cal. I think the lack of casino on board is just a Disney thing. Yes, we just returned from a short visit to Walt Disney World and I was suprised to see the vendor carts selling beer quite openly. But I want this trip for ME! I have to hedge my theory with the thought that it is about both, family time and making money. Is there alcohol on Disney ships? To me, the constant pushing of alcohol on board is MUCH less Disney-like than tucking a casino away in some area of the ship for those who do want to enjoy it. One of the reasons I had heard,as to why there are no casinos, was that it is not the Disney Image. We had a blast. Yes Pleasure Island did have clubs and drinking, but they are removed from the parks and now are closed. Which if you look at it on the surface, the parks themselves, with very few exceptions, dont have any alcohol for sale. It's not a cruise for her unless she can pull the handle on a few slots. I can understand the use of the ships space for something else than a casino and certainly can understand the line must take a position against casinos to protect the theme parks revenue. I have also seen some where the kids weren't too pleased about being there. There are plenty of cruise lines that have casinos. Could they put in casinos and make a ton of money? By the time she goes to the casino, the grandkids are in bed. I don't need it, just wondered.. Usually only in the restuaraunts and as far as I know not in the Magic Kingdoms plural. Disney may frame it as "Disney is about famly time. Every night he would say "On RCCL we would be in the casino right about now" We just laughed and headed to the bars instead. Our first Disney cruise is not until Oct 09; I hope we can legallly bring something other than wine onboard. Disney spends a lot of money lobbying to keep gambling out of Florida. I'm not sure how it would look having Cinderella taking pictures by the slots. Epcot also has a wine and food festival every year. I agree Disney is about the families, but they spend a great deal of time marketing cruises towards adults only options. I just think a Casino is too far from what Disney does The Disney image and gambling dont seem to make the best partnership Yes there is and they push it just as heavily as any other cruiseline as booze is a BIG money maker for them. The best reason I can think of why Disney doesn't have a casino or library on board is so you will spend your quality time with family doing other things outside your cabin. Walt Disney didn't talk much in public about money that was Roy's job except when mixing it with less financial discussions. As for the absence of a casino on the DCL Mike Eisner's "moral" crusade. I think the previous poster's explanation that Disney opposes casinos because they don't want competition in Florida is the most likely explanation. As others have posted, the availability of alcohol is abundant through out Walt Disney World, espcially at Epcot where Disney hosts one of the largest Wine festivals in the country. Just because a ship has a casino doesn't mean that our we forsake our family time. It really takes nothing away from family time by the way. But there are lots of books, hard back, soft back, novels, travel etc. All of the princesses and pixie dust alone won't help if a company doesn't make a profit. Like I said with exceptions. The ships originally had a casino designed in my the interior spaces naval architect. I know there is gambling at some ports, but it's not the same. If you think that you might be bringing liquor or wine back home and what a shame that would be you should hang on to the receipt to show customs. I can't remember the name just now. I am not saying its not there at all, you have to know where to look for it. The story officially is that the ships are family friendly and gambling isn't. Since then we had sailed different lines. Sure, but that is not what most people come to expect from Disney. Casino was missed but the money we would have contributed to the games were well spent at the bars. In Epcot champagne is also a hot item too. That was proven in the early '80s when the Walt Disney Co. One on Disney and one on another line, back to back. I could care less about the lack of casino but he sure did miss it. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}When my daughter was younger we took her on 3 different Disney Cruises my first 3 cruises. It was his first Disney Cruise and my second. Good point. I hope they put casinos on the new ships. Now my DW wants to take our grandaughter different daughters child on a Disney Cruise and I'm trying to lean towards another line , because the casino is where I spend every evening. By having casinos on it's ships, Disney would undermine their own moral authority to resist casinos in FL on moral grounds. If you don't end up consuming it all onboard you can't take an open container off the ship and the closed containers may count towards your duty allowance. Oh yeah, our Palo's dining experience was fantastic!!! We had such a great experience and met great table mates, fellow passengers and some of the nicest crew members in all of our sailings. Actually, you can buy wine and beer from "street" vendors in Epcot. It would make sense with the other posters' assertion that Disney doesn't want to compete with Florida casinos, and putting a casino on their signature cruise line would really be bad for PR. I thought I read it somewhere an thought that was strange. To this day, that is the Disney Image, free from the vices of "normal society" for lack of a better term. However, the real story may be different. You can bring all the alcohol you want onboard as long as you can carry it on and it fits through the scanner. Notthat I mind, just found it curious. One of the things Walt wanted was a place where people could take there kids and be safe. He used to tell people that the Disney Co.