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I have had Covid-19 in the lead up to my cruise, but I have returned a negative result, can I still travel on my cruise?
All guests will need to bring proof of a negative test result, taken within 24 hours of your cruise departure, to show at check-in.
We ask all guests to please not travel to the port if you are showing symptoms of Covid-19.
Accepted proof is the test cassette showing a negative test result or an email, letter or text confirmation from the test kit provider confirming a negative test result.
Lateral Flow Test kits are readily available at most high street chemists and online.
You can also order a Lateral Flow Test via our test kit partner Bupa at https://bupatesting.everythinggeneticltd.co.uk/index.php and record your result at https://my.everythinggeneticltd.co.uk/self_reporting
We are pleased to advise that for all future cruises* departing from 1st March 2023, our guests will no longer be required to show proof of Covid-19 vaccinations or a negative lateral flow test prior to departure.
*Those guests sailing on Grand Voyages, World Cruises or shorter sectors of these longer sailings will still be required to provide this information, as there are still many destinations in parts of the world that have some requirements in place, or may re-implement them if cases rise.
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