TRAVELING ON THE SHIP WITH A PET
If you are traveling with your pet, we would like to inform you that all cruise lines allow pets on board, but of course certain regulations apply.
– Passengers must state at the time of booking that they will be traveling with a pet.
– Your pet must have a valid health book / pet passport.
– Pets cannot travel unaccompanied.
– Pet owners are responsible for the care, safety and hygiene of their pet.
– Pet owners are solely responsible for any potential damage or harm that their pet may cause to any third party.
Visually impaired passengers may travel with their guide dog, in accordance with national law (Law no. 376, 25 August 1988) and international and community regulations (Article 11.5 of Regulation (EU) No. 1177/2010) , at no extra cost, but the cruise line / tour operator should be informed when ordering the booking.
Depending on the company and the ship you are traveling with, you will find specially designed areas / cages on board for dogs and cats, while some companies also offer a certain number of cabins where pets are allowed (pet cabins). Other pets such as hamsters, birds, rabbits are also allowed but must remain in their cages at all times. Pets are not allowed in the common areas of the ship. For their passage through stairs or corridors during transport they must remain in the cage or be tied with a leash and wear a muzzle. You must be with your pet at all times if it is not in the carrier or pet cabin.
Cabins where pets are allowed are indicated as Pet Friendly Cabins in the online reservation system.