2021 Sea Tales Family Cruise Travel Planner - Cool Places

Ultra–Premium Cruise Lines (Please be sure to confirm these with your agent/cruise line before booking, as they are subject to change.) Azamara Cruises – Azamara Club Cruises cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during the cruise. All guests are required to sign a health questionnaire at check-in to ensure they are aware of our pregnancy policy. Cunard Line – Cunard recommends that women who are less than 12 weeks pregnant should seek medical advice prior to travel. Cunard will not permit guests who will have entered their twenty-fourth week of pregnancy by the last day of the voyage. All pregnant women are required to produce a doctor’s or midwife’s letter stating that mother and child are in good health and fit to travel, and that the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the estimated date of delivery (EDD) calculated from both the last menstrual period (LMP) and ultrasound (if performed). Oceania Cruises – Oceania Cruises cannot accept Guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy at the beginning of, or at any time during, the cruise. Windstar Cruises – Due to limited medical facilities, Windstar will not accept reservations for women who will have entered their twenty-fourth week of pregnancy at any time during the cruise. Ultra-Luxury Cruise Lines (Please be sure to confirm these with your agent/cruise line before booking, as they are subject to change.) Crystal Cruises – Crystal Cruises is unable to accommodate women who will enter their 24th week of pregnancy before or during the cruise. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises – Expectant mothers who are or will be less than 24 weeks pregnant at the time of embarkation must produce a certificate from an appropriate medical specialist (gynecologist) confirming that they are fit to travel in the territory covered by the cruise itinerary. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is unable to carry expectant mothers in the 24th week of pregnancy at the time of embarkation or who will enter the 24th week of pregnancy during the cruise. Paul Gauguin Cruises – Paul Gauguin Cruises will not accept any guest six months (24 weeks) or more into pregnancy at the time of sailing due to the lack of neo-natal care facilities on board. Ponant – As the ships do not have any facilities to enable women to give birth on board, women who are over six months pregnant shall not be allowed to embark on the ships. In any event, pregnant women travelling on board the ship are advised to consult a doctor prior to embarkation, in order to ensure that their state of health is compatible with the planned cruise. Regent Seven Seas Cruises –Regent Seven Seas Cruises cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy by the beginning of, or at any time during, the cruise. Seabourn – Seabourn cannot accept a booking or carry any guest who will be 24 completed weeks or more pregnant on the last day of the intended cruise. All pregnant women are required to produce a physician’s letter stating that mother and baby are in good health, fit to travel, and that the pregnancy is not high-risk. SeaDreamYacht Club – Pregnant Guests who have entered their 24th week of pregnancy prior to the commencement or during the voyage will not be permitted to embark. Silversea Cruises – It is Silversea 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. All guests are required to sign a health questionnaire at check-in to ensure they are aware of the pregnancy policy. If you have already booked a cruise or cruise tour and do not meet this requirement, please contact your travel agent or airline.

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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