If there are any mandatory requirements for your cruise, you will be advised at time you make your booking and/or it will be detailed on your confirmation invoice.
However, due to ever-changing health regulations, we suggest that you contact your local GP approximately 12 weeks prior to departure for the most up-to-date information.
Further information can be obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office - www.fco.gov.uk. It’s also worth remembering that in some foreign countries general standards of hygiene, care and safety may differ from those in the UK. So, when visiting ashore, ‘common sense’ is the watchword, especially when choosing drinks or sampling the local cuisine.
It is the responsibility of all non-British passport holders to ensure that they are in possession of a valid passport and where necessary entry visas or permits for their chosen cruise. If you are unsure as to whether you are required to obtain such documents you must contact the relevant Embassy or Consulate. Failure to comply with this request may result in refusal of carriage or the imposition of individual fines by the local immigration authorities.