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mcguire - Answered a Question by Roberts (08 Jul 08 21:03)

Hi ya we allways took water cans of fanta plus crisps and choc back on board island escape and star no problems .i used to take cans up to pool side felt can drinks were bit pricy 1.40.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Roberts (08 Jul 08 19:09)

No there is no restrictions as far as these reasonable things are concerned, there may however be objections to unreasonable items such as raw meat, highly pungent articles and illegally bought things. There are very strong restrictions as to food items that not allowed to be taken ashore from the ship in the Caribbean, the USA and Canada. .... Neil.

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Connellan - Answered a Question by Roberts (06 Aug 08 15:52)

Why on earth wwould you want to take food on this cruise, its available free of charge 24 hours a day.

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Roberts - replied to Connellan (06 Aug 08 23:21)

I've never been on a cruise. so it's all new to me.

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mace - replied to Connellan (30 Apr 09 10:12)

Great comment, Read your brochure, cruising is great value that's why we like this type of holiday it should save you money on drink food ect, island has arrange of juices tea snacks there is no need.

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