Definition of booze cruise in English:

booze cruise

Line breaks: booze cruise

noun

British informal
An excursion to Europe by ferry, the aim of which is to bring back cheap or tax-free alcohol.
More example sentences
  • Two ambulance service managers used a health trust car to go on a "booze cruise" to France, a disciplinary panel heard.
  • Many used time outside the jail to go on 'booze cruises', the fruits of which were smuggled back into the prison.
  • They have been coming on their annual booze cruise to Calais for 14 years, loading up with up to 500 bottles.

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