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Pregnant Women and Infants
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.
American Cruise Lines
Pregnant Women: Permitted to board during any phase of pregnancy. There are no restrictions.
Blount Small Ship Adventures
Pregnant Women: Permitted to board during any stage of pregnancy. No restrictions.
Holland America Cruise Line
Pregnant Women: Women cannot have begun their 24th week of pregnancy at any time before or during the cruise. If you are pregnant or sailing with a guest who is pregnant they must provide a physician’s letter stating the expected due date, medical fitness to travel and the pregnancy is not high risk. Please also include your name, booking number, ship and sailing date.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Pregnant Women: Norwegian will make every effort to accommodate you, providing you will not enter the 24th week of pregnancy at any point during the cruise. Please include your cruise details in an email to the Access Desk (email@example.com) with a medical certificate establishing your due date prior to your cruise.
Pregnant Women: Women who are over 6 months pregnant are not authorized to board.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Pregnant Women: Royal Caribbean International cannot accept guests who will have entered their 24th week of pregnancy at any point before or during the cruise or cruise tour.
Seabourn Cruise Line
Please see Cunard Cruise Line's guidelines.
Silversea Cruise Line
Pregnant Women: Permitted to board if pregnant for 24 weeks or less on day of embarkation. A medical certificate establishing fitness is required.
Windstar 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.