There may be circumstances that require a doctor’s notes to certify that you are ok to travel especially when requiring assistance or travelling with medication or machinery. It may be that your Cruise Lines/Airline states they are compulsory. It would always be best to carry this document with you when travelling.
Articles in this section
- Is there a medical centre onboard?
- Are cruises suitable for people with mobility issues?
- When do I need to book an adapted cabin?
- How do I request port and/or airport assistance?
- Can I bring a wheelchair onboard?
- Can I hire a wheelchair onboard?
- What is the difference between bringing a wheelchair and a scooter onboard?
- How do I inform you about my medical condition?
- Do I need to inform you about what medication I am bringing onboard?
- Do I need any Doctor's notes or certificates to cruise and/or fly?