2021 Sea Tales Family Cruise Travel Planner - Cool Places

Upscale Contemporary Cruise Lines (Please be sure to confirm these with your agent/cruise line before booking, as they are subject to change.) MSC Cruises – Pregnant women are highly recommended to seek medical advice prior to travel at any stage of their pregnancy. The Carrier cannot for safety reasons carry pregnant Passengers of 24 weeks or more by the end of the cruise. The Carrier reserves the right to request a medical certificate at any stage of pregnancy and to refuse passage if the Carrier and/or the Master are not satisfied that the Passenger will be safe during the passage. Norwegian Cruise Line – Norwegian Cruise Line cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during the cruise including any and all land arrangements made through Norwegian Cruise Line. An expectant mother’s application for passage must be accompanied by a medical certificate establishing her due date and fitness to travel. Royal Caribbean International – It is Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. policy that any Guest who will have entered her 24th week of pregnancy or greater, at any time during the cruise, will be prohibited from sailing. The Guest and treating physician should consider before any cruise that there is no Obstetrician/Gynecologist available on the ship, and that pregnancies, when unstable and poorly controlled, are potentially life-threatening, especially without back up. AGuest may be at sea for several days without any immediate hospital and/or specialist back up, and that since the proposed itinerary is not within the U.S., and the availability of specialized shore side facilities can be problematic. All guests are required to sign a health questionnaire at check-in to ensure they are aware of our pregnancy policy. Viking Ocean Cruises – Viking Ocean Cruises is unable to accommodate women past their 24th week of pregnancy. Premium Cruise Lines (Please be sure to confirm these with your agent/cruise line before booking, as they are subject to change.)

Celebrity Cruises – Celebrity Cruises cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during a cruise or Cruisetour. All guests are required to sign a health questionnaire upon check-in to ensure they are aware of our pregnancy policy. Disney Cruise Line – Women who have entered their 24th week of pregnancy as of their embarkation date or who will enter their 24th week of pregnancy during the cruise will be refused passage due to safety concerns. Neither a doctor’s medical statement nor a waiver of liability will be accepted. In addition, Disney Cruise Line cannot be held responsible or liable for any complications relating to pregnancy at any stage. Holland America Line – Women cannot have begun their twenty-fourth week of pregnancy at any time before or during the cruise. Pregnant guests must provide a physician’s letter stating their expected due date and medical fitness to travel and

asserting that the pregnancy is not high-risk. You must also include your name, booking number, ship, and sailing date. Letters may be faxed to the Access & Compliance Department at 1-800-577-1731. Or email them to halw_access@hollandamerica. com. Princess Cruises – Pregnant women are not allowed to sail if they are entering the twenty-fourth week of their pregnancy by the last day of the cruise. All pregnant women are required to produce a physician’s letter stating that mother and baby are in good health and fit to travel and asserting that the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the estimated date of delivery calculated from both last menstrual period and ultrasound (if performed) and may be faxed to the Fleet Medical Department’s confidential fax line at 1-661-753-0121.

Policies subject to change without notice, always check with your travel agent regarding pregnancy policies and children age policies prior to booking your cruise.

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