Europe Sailings Questions & Answers

Everything you need to know about current health protocols and travel requirements on European sailings.

Updated May 19, 2022

Until further notice, these are the requirements for our cruise guests on European sailings: 
 
Vaccines: For these cruises the definition of “fully vaccinated” is at least 14 days and no more than 270 days (9 months) since the last dose in the primary vaccine series of an approved COVID-19 vaccine for guests ages 5 years of age and older.  A single booster does is required for guests 18 years of age and older whose final dose of an approved/authorized COVID-19 vaccine is older than 9 months (270 days) to be considered “fully vaccinated”.  

Testing:  All guests ages five and above will require a medically observed, negative viral COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen) result.

Masks:  Masks are recommended on board but not required (masks are required on the ship indoors while in Greece).

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Find answers about: 
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements   |   COVID-19 Testing Requirements   |   Planning & Cruise Preparation   |   Boarding the Ship   |   Cruise Experience

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements

Below you’ll find answers to everything you need to know about required COVID-19 vaccines for European sailings.

COVID-19 Testing Requirements

IMPORTANT: Guests may are required to produce a negative COVID-19 test prior to travel.
Please check with your airline and the arrival country’s requirements in advance of travel.

Planning & Cruise Preparation

Plan ahead. Find questions and answers on testing, vaccine and document requirements for European sailings.

Boarding the Ship

Get ready to board. Find commonly asked questions about the embarkation process on European cruises.

Cruise Experience

Wondering what has changed about the onboard experience? All you need to know about amenities, shore excursions and dining.