In most cases yes, but each cruise line will have their own regulations on how many weeks pregnant you can be at the time the cruise starts. Therefore, we advise you to check the FAQ section for your cruise line. If you know before booking that you are pregnant, please make sure you discuss this with our sales agent before you confirm a booking.
The normal requirement is that you cannot enter your 24th week of pregnancy at anytime during the cruise (or prior to the commencement of the cruise). If you do, you will be unable to travel. This applies to Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, P&O, Princess, Cunard, MSC and NCL.
Please let us know if you will be pregnant during the cruise as soon as possible. We can then inform you of what documentation you will require to take with you to board. This is normally a letter from your GP stating your number of weeks pregnant, that you’re fit to travel and not a high risk pregnancy.
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