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Taking the whole family on Pride in May. My 2 young grandsons drink a lot of milk. Can my daughter and SIL take 2 12 packs of Horizon boxed milk instead of soda? I know they have milk on the ship but more than once I’ve poured spoiled milk on my morning oatmeal 🤮

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Probably...   Carnival's official policy below:

 

Guests are prohibited from bringing water, sodas and other non-alcoholic beverages that are packaged in glass or plastic bottles.

On embarkation day, a small quantity of non-alcoholic beverages (i.e., sparkling water, sodas, energy drinks, juice, and milk), packaged in cans or cartons, may be brought on board and must be in the guest's carry-on luggage. A small quantity is considered a maximum of 12 sealed, unopened cans/cartons of 12 ounces each or less, per person.

 

They say cartons are allowed so you maybe be ok.   Might want to call the cruise line...  Other can chime in.

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I would print off this  rule from their website in case  they are questioned.

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3 hours ago, 2xsin12mths said:

Taking the whole family on Pride in May. My 2 young grandsons drink a lot of milk. Can my daughter and SIL take 2 12 packs of Horizon boxed milk instead of soda? I know they have milk on the ship but more than once I’ve poured spoiled milk on my morning oatmeal 🤮

You can always go to the buffet and ask for milk. never a problem.

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I remember my wife would always take like a separate bag with her full of food just for our kid. Milk, some veggies n stuff. I always wondered if there are any kid care on board where I could get some specific childrens food or smth. Does any one know whether such services can be found on board? 

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1 minute ago, Roger88 said:

I remember my wife would always take like a separate bag with her full of food just for our kid. Milk, some veggies n stuff. I always wondered if there are any kid care on board where I could get some specific childrens food or smth. Does any one know whether such services can be found on board? 

I don't know of anything that is specifically catering to kids food. You can always take some plastic baggies and take buffet items back to the room- muffins, fruit, yogurt, veggies from the salad bar and put in your refrigerator. 

 

We always travel with a few prepackaged snacks- granola bars, bags of goldfish, etc when we travel with our kids, and we even take a few things when it is just us. It's nice to have a few things with you so you don't have to always go out and find the food.

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5 hours ago, 2xsin12mths said:

 

Taking the whole family on Pride in May. My 2 young grandsons drink a lot of milk. Can my daughter and SIL take 2 12 packs of Horizon boxed milk instead of soda? I know they have milk on the ship but more than once I’ve poured spoiled milk on my morning oatmeal. 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, twodaywonder said:

 

You can always go to the buffet and ask for milk. never a problem.

 

 

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I would think that would be fine.  We have taken premier protein shakes & they are in cartons.

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On our January 2020 cruise, we had problems with spoiled milk from cartons available on the Lido deck.  It was half the time, which made it all the more frustrating.  I told staff each time it happened.  Finally, we gave up drinking milk on the Legend.

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On 2/25/2020 at 7:43 AM, 2xsin12mths said:

Can my daughter and SIL take 2 12 packs of Horizon boxed milk instead of soda?

They could bring 4 12 packs.

The kids are allowed to bring their allotment as well.

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22 hours ago, ObstructedView2 said:

 

 

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I am sure it happens. Personally I have never had spoiled mile on any cruise ship. If I did. I would go get another. Check the dates on the carton.

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