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Restrictions for Pregnant Women and Infants

Cruise lines requesting a physician's letter (faxed in advance or hand delivered at time of check- in) will require this letter to state that woman and baby are in good health, fit to travel, and that the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the expected date of the child's birth.

Carnival Cruise Line

Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 27 weeks or less on day of embarkation. Physician's letter is recommended at time of check in.
Infants: Minimum age is 4 months.

Celebrity Cruise Line

Pregnant Women:
Permitted to board if pregnant for 27 weeks or less on day of embarkation. A physician's letter must be faxed to the Access Department (800-882-8292) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: No minimum age requirement, unless it is a "Celebrity Escape" sail date that requires every passenger to be 21 or older.

Clipper Cruise Line

Pregnant Women:
There are no written guidelines. Each case is considered individually. Please contact reservations for details.
Infants: Minimum age is 9 years.

Costa Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of embarkation. Women past 6 months will need to have a Special Requirements form filled out by their physician and faxed to Costa at 954-266-5854.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Cruise West Cruise Line

Pregnant Women:
There are no written guidelines. Each case is considered individually. Please contact reservations for details.
Infant: No minimum age requirement.

Crystal Cruise Line

Pregnant Women:
Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of disembarkation.
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months. Crystal reserves the right to limit all children under the age of 3 years.

Cunard Cruise Line

Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of embarkation. A physician's letter must be faxed to Guest Services (305-459-3546) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: Minimum age is 12 months.

Delta Queen Cruise Line


Pregnant Women:
No restrictions. Pregnant women in any phase of pregnancy will be allowed.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Discovery World Cruises

Pregnant Women:
Permitted to board if pregnant for 23 weeks or less on the day of embarkation.
Infants: No minimum age requirements but reservations for children under the age of 11 are discouraged.

Disney Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 23 weeks or less on day of embarkation. A Medical Information Form must be filled out by physician and faxed to Inventory Control (407-566-7739) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: Minimum age is 12 weeks.

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GAP Adventures


Pregnant Women:
There are no written guidelines. Each case is considered individually. It is recommended that the passenger consult her doctor. Please contact reservations for details.
Infants: No children permitted. Minimum age is 18 years.

Great American River Journeys


Pregnant Women:
Permitted to board if pregnant for 29 weeks or less on day of embarkation. Physician's letter is recommended at time of check in for expectant mothers in their third trimester.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Holland America Cruise Line

Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 24 weeks or less on day of disembarkation. A physician's letter must be faxed to Access and Compliance (800-577-1731) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: Minimum age is 12 weeks.

MSC Cruises

Pregnant Women: No restrictions. Pregnant women in any phase of pregnancy will be allowed.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Norwegian Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 24 weeks or less on day of disembarkation. A physician's letter must be faxed to Passenger Courtesy (305-436-4147) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months. Children under 6 months will be allowed to board with a physician's approval. Fax to above listed phone #.

Oceania Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of embarkation. Women over 6 months will need to have a physician's letter faxed to 305-514-2222.
Infants: Minimum age is 2 years.

Orient Cruise Line

Please see Norwegian Cruise Line's guidelines.


Peter Deilmann

Pregnant Women: No restrictions. Pregnant women in any phase of pregnancy will be allowed.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Princess Cruise Line

Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of disembarkation. A physician's letter must be faxed to Fleet Medical Dept (661-753-0121) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months on most itineraries. Certain exotic and lengthy itineraries may require the child to be 1 year old. Please check with Princess Reservation Dept. to confirm.

Radisson Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of disembarkation. A physician's letter is recommended at check in.
Infants: Minimum age is 1 year. Radisson reserves the right to limit all children under 3 years of age.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 27 weeks or less on day of embarkation. A physician's letter must be faxed to the Access Department (305-539-6666) for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Seabourn Cruise Line

Please see Cunard Cruise Line's guidelines.


Seadream Yacht Club


Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of embarkation. A physician's letter needs to be faxed to 305-856-7599 for women in any stage of pregnancy.
Infants: Minimum age is 1 year. Children under 1 year will be allowed to board with a physician's approval. Fax to above listed phone #.


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Silversea Cruise Line

Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of embarkation.
Infants: Minimum age is 1 year. Silversea reserves the right to limit all children under 3 years of age.

Star Clipper Cruise Line

Pregnant Women:
Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of disembarkation.
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Uniworld

Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 6 months or less on day of embarkation.
Infants: Minimum age is 8 years.

Viking Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: No restrictions. Pregnant women in any phase of pregnancy will be allowed.
Infants: Minimum age is 12 years.

Windjammer Barefoot Cruise Line


Pregnant Women: There are no written guidelines. Each case is considered individually. Please contact reservations for details.
Infants: Minimum age is 6 years.

Windstar Cruise Line
Please see Holland America Cruise Line's guidelines.


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