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Old January 30th, 2005, 01:58 PM
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Does RCCL allow their passengers to bring thier own sodas & water onboard? I'm debating if I should bring my own. Please help.
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Old January 30th, 2005, 02:06 PM
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Charnelle, for fun, please see the gripes board titles "getting away with it"

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Yes you can in a 'reasonable' amount. A case of soda is often passed through without comment but I would only recommend a sixpack or two unless you are a very heavy soda drinker.
For water, don;t bother. Bring on a couple of bottles or maybe even a sixpack if you wish and just refill the bottles onboard from the tap or from the dispenser on the Lido deck. It is probably as pure or even purer than bottled water.

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Old February 2nd, 2005, 10:17 PM
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Thanks for the advice.
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a couple of six-packsof soda is ok. As for water, do what we do. Each person has their own carry-on sports bottle, filled with water - they aren't going to take a bottle of water that you are drinking from away from you. Then we pack a couple extra empty sportsbottles in our luggage --fill them when you get to your stateroom and put them in the frige. The ships water is very good quality, very pure.
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Thanks again for the advice.
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How is Carnivals water? If you buy bottled water on the shop is it expensive? How much does it cost? Will the waitstaff hate me because I don't drink soft drinks or liqour?
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