FAQ/ Cruise Questions/ Traveling With Children
What age must I be to travel on an event?
Passengers under 21 years of age must be accompanied by a parent, grandparent or guardian staying in the same cabin who is at least 25 years old.
Disclaimer: If the child is traveling with only one parent or guardian, the child must have written consent signed by the non traveling parent or legal guardian or a copy of the death certificate should one or both parents be deceased. This written consent must accompany the child during travel.
What are the limitations for traveling while pregnant?
Under most circumstances women may travel up to their 24th week of pregnancy. Since airline and cruise line policies vary with regard to traveling during a pregnancy, please contact our office for further information and policy requirements.
May I travel with my infant?
Your infant must be at least 6 months old by the start of the first day of the cruise. If you are traveling internationally or to Hawaii, your child must be at least 12 months old at time of sailing.
What is the pricing for children?
Unless indicated in the brochure, children are welcome on cruises. Pricing for children is the same as pricing for adults. However, there is reduced pricing for third, fourth and fifth passengers staying in a cabin. If a child or children are traveling with both parents, their cruise pricing would be less because of this.