ARP 340 Cannabis and Cruising Do Not Mix

I don't know if I'll ever go on a cruise ship. The only part that really interest me is tasting a wide variety of food in a short amount of time.

Plus my anxiety about riding on a human petri dish would get the best of me and cause all kinds of embarrassment. Not to mention that there are hundreds of people around and having to move as a pack once you arrive for an excursion.

Gives me the shivers. Anyway, there is a recent news story about a person kicked off a ship because of CBD Gummies.

Those of an anxious nature need to know that you cannot travel on cruse ships that have a U.S. port with any form of marijuana or medicinal products derived from that substance.

Under U.S. federal law, it is still illegal. And federal law supersede your local state law. 

You can be fined.
You can be arrested.
Or worse, lose all that money you paid to cruise in the first place.

And that is just in a U.S. port. Don't even think about doing it oversees.

In this episode a heads up about not bring cannabis products on the ship. 

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Resources Mentioned: 

Carnival Cruise Lines Tobacco and Smoking Policy $500 fine per incidence and the possibility of being kicked off the ship.

Norwegian Cruise Line Guest Conduct Policy Illegal drugs or substances will be confiscated and appropriate action taken, which may include removal from the ship and involvement of appropriate authorities. 

Royal Caribbean has a Guest Health Safety and Conduct Policy in multiple languages. Way down at the bottom is the prohibited items section. Marijuana, even in its medicinal form or for medicinal purposes, shall be prohibited. 

Virgin Voyages Prohibited Items List

Prior Episodes:

ARP 297 What is Hemp Oil and CBD Oil?
ARP 298 Uses of Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil


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