Passengers complained at having to pay for treatment on baord
A cruise ship at the centre of a suspected outbreak of norovirus has returned to the UK.
P&O said 120 people fell ill on the Oceana liner during the course of a two-week voyage to the Caribbean.
The ship docked in Southampton earlier and is due to leave at 1700 BST on a weekend trip to Bruges in Belgium.
Passengers complained they had to pay for treatment on board but P&O said the fees should be reclaimed through travel insurance policies.
A P&O spokeswoman said: "Medical treatment used to be free but nine months ago we changed our policy.
"We do recommend that passengers reclaim it from their travel insurance.
"No-one is currently ill so the ship will sail on time today."