I have booked two (or more) consecutive sailings, when will I need to complete my Passenger Locator Form?

If you are booked to travel on two consecutive international sailings (back to back bookings), you will not need to complete a Passenger Locator Form when your first cruise returns if you are not going ashore in the UK. You will need to ensure your Passenger Locator Form is completed by the end of your final international cruise, prior to your arrival in the UK.

You will not be able to complete your Passenger Locator Form prior to leaving the UK, as this can only be completed a maximum of 21 days before your return to the UK.

As a result, you will need to complete your form during your cruise or with The Travel Visa Company. We do have WiFi available on board, but please bear in mind during busy periods this can operate slower than usual.

If you do wish to go ashore in the UK between your two cruises, you will need to complete a Passenger Locator Form for both cruises. However, you will be exempt from the day two testing requirements as you are considered to be ‘in transit’. You must make sure to select ‘transit-land side’ in the ‘exemption to day 2 testing’ drop down menu.

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