Provision Supply

Provision supply refers to the provision of essential food, beverages, and other consumables necessary to sustain crew members and passengers onboard ships during voyages. This includes a wide range of food items, beverages, and other provisions required to meet the nutritional needs and preferences of individuals onboard.

Provision supply is essential for sustaining crew members and passengers onboard ships by providing essential food, beverages, and other consumables necessary for daily living and well-being during voyages. Through proper inventory management, logistics, and supply chain coordination, provision supply contributes to the overall effectiveness and success of maritime operations.

Food Items

Provision supply includes various food items such as fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, dairy products, grains, cereals, bread, pasta, canned goods, and frozen foods. These items are essential for preparing meals and snacks for crew members and passengers onboard.


Provision supply encompasses a variety of beverages including bottled water, juices, soft drinks, tea, coffee, milk, and alcoholic beverages. These beverages provide hydration and refreshment for individuals onboard ships.

Snacks and Condiments

Provision supply includes snacks such as nuts, chips, cookies, crackers, and chocolates, as well as condiments such as sauces, dressings, spices, and seasonings to enhance the flavor of meals and snacks onboard.

Special Dietary Items

Provision supply may include special dietary items such as gluten-free products, lactose-free products, vegetarian options, and other specialized foods to accommodate the dietary restrictions and preferences of crew members and passengers.

Non-Food Items

Provision supply extends beyond food and beverages to include non-food items such as cleaning supplies, toiletries, personal care products, medical supplies, and other consumables necessary for daily living onboard ships.