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CHOOSE A PORT OF DEPARTURE: ALL U.S. HOMEPORTS AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS ATHENS, GREECE BARCELONA, SPAIN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK HAIFA, ISRAEL ITALY SINGAPORE SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLOMBIA Testing requirements vary by po...
Guidance on Pre-Cruise Testing Issues for U.S. and Canada Homeports It’s important that both vaccinated guests, and unvaccinated kids, make every effort to get your pre-cruise test within the required timeframe. You must secure this test on your own,...
First, make sure you understand Test Requirements for your specific sailing. The timing for when you need to take your test can vary, based on where you are sailing. When calculating which days you can take your test, be aware that the day you set sa...
What It Means to Be "Up to Date" For the best European cruise experience, we strongly recommend guests be "up to date" on their COVID-19 vaccination per the European Medicines Agency (EMA).   To be considered up to date by all European countries we s...
Absolutely! For our guests’ convenience, we’ve gathered some well-known third-party COVID-19 test providers accessibly located near various homeports. Locate your departure port below to see options. If you don’t see your departure port below, we are...
If your U.S. sailing requires you to provide a proctored (professionally supervised) negative test result to board, you may use our eMed Test Kits to satisfy the requirement, as long as you are fully vaccinated and at least 5 years old. Starting with...
Telehealth Testing for Cruises Departing from U.S. Ports and Canada If your sailing requires you to provide a negative test result to board, you may use a telehealth service to do so, as long as you meet the following requirements: The test must be t...

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