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Does Carnival have any rules relating to how much soda you can bring on board with you? I can't drink caffeine and usually the only caffeine free soda on board is 7-up or Sprite, which I can't stand. If I board with my own, will they take it from me?
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You can bring a "reasonable amount". Maybe a 12-pack/couple of 2-liter bottles. You can "refill" along the way, if necessary. CCL sells "caffeine-free" Coke/Diet Coke at the bar.
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We took 2 6-packs of the small bottles of pepsi with us on our last cruise. We packed it in a rolling cooler and had our cabin steward keep ice in it for us. They didn't say anything about it.
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You are allowed to bring your own on. We always bring our own Pepsi and water in our carry on because they only have Coke products on board.
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I drink ginger ale only, because it keeps my tummy settled, so I packed 12 cans of diet ginger ale and 12 bottles of water in a rolling cooler. It made it easier to board and I was not worried about leakage in my luggage. My other carryon fit perfectly on top of the cooler. Once on-board, I kept it on the balcony with ice. I even used the cooler once when going ashore to the beach.
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On my last cruise, in the cabin there were Cokes, Diet Cokes, Sprite, and Caffeine-free Cokes.
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