Taking "Edibles" On A Cruise

Asking for a friend, of course...

 

What are the odds of getting "busted" if taking a brownie or two (or cookies, etc) on board for consumption during the cruise?

 

TIA

Tags: edibles

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As far as I know, there is no problem with taking normal brownies on a cruise.

If they are specialty brownies with illicit substances in them, then no.

Additionally, you may be arrested for a federal felony should you attempt it.

Better read and understand BD Rebels advice my friend who is speaking for a friend.

LOL are those medicinal Brownies and cookies?

I was thinking of something other than brownies.

None that I know of.  Some cruise lines ban bottled water, alcohol other than perhaps a bottle of wine per passenger on embarkation day.  If the snacks asre pre packaged there shouldn't be a problem at all.  Don't know about fruit, though. 

I have taken Ghirardelli Chocolate Brownies onto a cruise without issue.  If you take brownies from any other company you will be banned for life from that cruise line. 

 

 

Now if you are indeed talking about "BROWNIES" as in Barney Miller spiked specials.  You might want to read up on people caught for smuggling on cruise ships.  The cruise lines take it very seriously and getting slammed if caught is 100% certain.

Why would you buy snacks and then bring them on board when you can go to the buffet and pick up fresh fruit, cookies, cakes ?

Unless you need to do for for allergy issues.

I'm thinking he was referring to the THC infused brownies now available at a head shop near you!Happy

I was in SF with NCL Pearl and there's nothing on the cruise ship that compares with a freshly baked Ghirardelli brownie straight from Ghirardelli Square.  I also bought a large chocolate shake there.  I felt good about everything after drinking and eating that.  Enough chocolate and sugar to make anyone a happy camper.  

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