Eat well and drink plenty of water throughout the day, especially during your sports competition days. Food slows the absorption of alcohol in your bloodstream and will stop you from feeling out of control. Take five minutes to check the government’s recommended daily allowance of units of alcohol for you, and calculate how many units you’re likely to drink on tour. You’ll be surprised! Free drinking water is available from all night venues and drinking stations. Watch out for drink spiking, keep an eye on your drink and never leave it unattended. Be careful when accepting drinks from strangers. If you are concerned about a member an individual, speak to a member of staff.

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Poor behaviour on any P&O Ferries ship (or on its premises) is unacceptable. P&O Ferries has a responsibility to keep crew and other passengers safe. A P&O member of staff will be boarding your coach at Dover and entire coach or individuals can be stopped from boarding if students are found drunk, drinking alcohol or engaging in anti-social behaviour. Make sure you and your team are wearing appropriate clothing, anything deemed offensive will be removed and could prevent your coach from travelling. Stick to the rules or it may mean no tour!

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If you look out for your mates you’re less likely to get into trouble. Remember you are abroad and make it so at least one of your party members stays in control. Always make sure you go home together. Play Safe... STI’s can ruin more than just Tour. The best way to protect yourself against STI’s and unplanned pregnancies is to use a condom.

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