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P&O Ventura Bringing drinks and food on board

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Hi

 

I know that P&O allow you to bring on 1 litre of alcohol per person at Southampton

 

However how much non-alcoholic drink can you bring on aboard? As I had planned to take cans of tonic and coke but was not sure if I could.

 

Also, I have a dietary requirement which was catered for in our last cruise at meal times but I struggled with snacks for day trips! Are you able to bring food on board at Southampton?

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Take as many soft drinks as you like. 

Although they don't want you to bring too much food onboard, I don't believe there are any restrictions in place at Southampton. 

I'm sure nobody would mind, especially for dietary reasons. 

Andy 

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I fetched sweets and breakfast bars last year without issue. Also flavoured water 

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I have took numerous snacks and drinks (left over from my coach journey down) on board. Never been questioned about it. 

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