P&O’s updated dress code & carry on alcohol limits

P&O’s updated dress code & carry on alcohol limits

P&O has revised its previous policies imposing a new dress code that prohibits passengers from wearing clothing that is seen as offensive, as well as new dress code policy a restriction regarding the amount of alcohol brought on-board by guests has also been imposed.

In reference to the new dress code policy this will also include a ban on clothing which carry personal photos or slogans as well as messages that are seen as offensive.

The dress policy will require passengers from the age of 17 upwards to also adhere to the older policy that is still in place. This still includes resort wear or leisurewear for the evening casual nights, light jeans and football shirts as well as trainers and shorts is still a definite no no . On black tie nights cocktail dresses or evening gowns for the ladies and suits or tuxedos for men are still required.

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Regarding the new policy for the amount of alcohol which each passenger is allowed to bring on-board states that each person over the age of 18 is permitted to take on-board the following, one bottle of wine, Champagne or spirits, or up to one litre of liqueur during the initial embarkation. Should passengers wish to purchase additional alcohol  whether this is on-board the ship in the duty free shop or ashore, these will be confiscated and held until last night of each voyage.

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Regarding the dress code P&O have stated the following on their website in connection to the new dress code policy:

“We don’t want to dampen anyone’s fun but coming into effect on 1 January 2018, fancy dress and/or novelty clothing will not be permitted on board. We reserve the right to deny embarkation to guests who are inappropriately dressed. This is a change from the policy wording printed in the back of our January 2018 – October 2019 brochure. The only exception to this is on official theme nights, when guests are invited to dress to reflect the theme”.

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