Starting in October, Disney Cruise Line guests will no longer be able to bring spirits on board with them.
The cruise line posted a change in its policy, limiting guests over 21 to two bottles of wine on embarkation or at each port of call, or one six-pack of beer.
Disney was one of the few cruise lines that allowed passengers free rein to bring alcohol on board.
As before, guests bringing alcohol aboard must bring it in carry-on luggage, not checked baggage. Carry-on alcohol cannot be consumed in public areas or lounges, Disney said.
A corkage fee of $25 will apply to carry-on wine or champagne consumed in the dining room.
Spirits or wine and beer in excess of the limits will be safeguarded until the end of the cruise, Disney said.
The policy takes effect for cruises departing on or after Sept. 30.