Most cruise lines have some form of safe in all cabins onboard but exact sizes and features vary. Some lines may also have a storage service for large, fragile, or valuable items if you speak to a member of staff.
For more information please see our safe storage guide per cruise line or check their own website.
You can store your valuables in a safe fitted into all staterooms. Sizes vary between 6" and 12", depending on the ship.
Most ships have safes in the staterooms where you can store your valuables. You can also use the safety deposit boxes, found at Reception, available on a first-come first-served basis, across the fleet.
All staterooms are fitted with a safe for your valuables. Sizes are approximately 12" x 6".
A safe is provided in every stateroom for your personal valuables and is located in either the closet or a cabinet.
A safe is provided in your stateroom for your valuables. Safety deposit boxes are also available from the Guest Relations Desk.
All staterooms are fitted with a safe for your personal belongings. Sizes are approximately 14" x 14" x 8".
All suites have a safe located in the closet for your valuables. All staterooms have a safe behind the desk mirror or in the closet.
All rooms across the fleet have personal safes including electronic ones onboard Balmoral.
Norwegian Cruise Line
All staterooms and suites are fitted with mini safes for your valuables.
Safety deposit boxes are available in all cabins.
All cabins are fitted with a safe. On Marella Dream and Celebration, there is a small charge to use this safe.
Disney Cruise Line
Safes are available in every stateroom for your valuable possessions.
All of the cabins are fitted with a mini-safe for your valuables.
Every suite is fitted with a mini-safe for your valuables.
The cabins are not equipped with a safety deposit box.
All cabins are equipped with mini safes for your possessions