Who may sail?
Please make sure that everyone in your stateroom is eligible to sail.
1. Infants who are at least 6 months old on the day of departure may sail.
2. Women who will be less than 24 weeks into their pregnancy on the day of departure, and for the duration of the cruise, may sail. This policy is due to the risk of premature labor. Pregnant women must have a letter from their doctor stating how far along (in weeks) their pregnancy will be at the beginning of the cruise, that mother and baby are in good health and fit to travel, and that the pregnancy is not high-risk.
3. Adults aged twenty-one or older may sail. The Cruise Line shall refuse boarding to any guest under the age of twenty-one unless the guest is:
a. traveling in the same stateroom with an individual twenty-five years or older;
b. traveling in the same stateroom with their spouse (Proof of age and/or proof of marriage are required); or
c. traveling with a parent or guardian in an accompanying stateroom.
Guests not conforming to these policies will be denied boarding and no refund of the cruise fare will be issued. Sorry, there are NO EXCEPTIONS to these policies.
Will I get seasick?
Seasickness is very rare on ships as large as this. The ship is equipped with stabilizers which are designed to keep it smooth and steady in the water. If you should feel queasy, medicine is available from your stateroom attendant or from the ship’s doctor.
Is there a medical staff on board?
Yes, a physician and nurse are on each ship to provide medical care and services at customary charges. Commonly used medications are kept on board and may be prescribed by the ship's doctor.
What about my medications?
Please carry your required medication in your pocket or purse so that it will be available when needed. Checked luggage may not be accessible at all times. If you're using any prescription drugs, vitamins or other medication on a regular basis, you should bring an adequate supply with you since these may not be readily available either aboard ship or in our ports of call. Commonly used over-the-counter medications may be purchased at the office of the ship's doctor.
Will the ships casinos and bars be open during the cruise?
Yes. The ship operates a casino, bars, and stores (formality shops, hair salon, spa, and gift shop) on the ship. These entities are operated by the cruise lines or outside vendors contracted by the cruise lines. Premier Christian Cruises and its affiliates do not endorse any particular entity. Non-alcoholic and soft drink beverages will be available throughout the ship during its sailing.
What do I do with my valuables?
We're sure you'll want to bring your camera, jewelry and other valuable items with you on your cruise. All staterooms and suites have mini-safes. Please note, however, that Premier Christian Cruises and Carnival are not responsible for valuables left in staterooms or elsewhere on board.
Where is the lost and found?
The Lost and Found is located at the Guest Relations Desk. If you've lost anything, you should report the item to the Guest Relations Desk and ask if it has been returned yet. If you find anything, please turn it in there. After the ship returns to your port of origin, all found and unclaimed articles will be sent to the company headquarters where they can be claimed.
Can I bring a radio on board?
Yes. You are welcome to bring radios, iPods, etc. for your private enjoyment. However, for the comfort of other guests, we request that headphones or ear pieces be used in public areas.
What about electrical items?
Aboard all Carnival cruise ships the current in the staterooms is 110 volts AC and is capable of handling all normal appliances such as electric razors, hair dryers and hot curlers. Carnival does supply hair dryers in all staterooms. Pressing and cleaning services are available onboard for a minimal charge and irons are not allowed in rooms.