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Here's everything you need to know before your vacation — from vaccination and testing requirements to checking in, and other steps to help ensure a smooth boarding day experience.

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM U.S HOMEPORTS

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from the U.S. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. Future protocols may require boosters, lowered vaccination ages, and changes to testing. Whenever possible we will provide prior notice for any changes. Just the same, we'll let you know if any requirements are reduced or eliminated.

Guests traveling into the U.S. from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. However, kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests. If you are cruising with an unvaccinated child, there are some specific health protocols you will need to be aware of.

Each guest’s regimen must include at least two doses of vaccine unless the guest received the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This is per U.S. CDC guidance, and no exceptions will be made, even if the guest's resident country has authorized a single-shot regimen for a two dose vaccine.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

For guests on cruises that visit Bermuda, note that the local government does not recognize Novovax or Covaxin as approved vaccines — guests whose vaccination series consists of either will not be permitted to go ashore. For additional details, visit our FAQ on Cruises to Bermuda.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet boarding requirements in line with U.S. CDC guidance.

  • Vaccinated guests must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR test (not antigen) taken no more than 3 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids' pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids' test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

Bermuda Cruises

For guests sailing to Bermuda, additional travel and testing requirements may apply to your sailing. Learn more about this requirement.

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Unvaccinated Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, unvaccinated kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean's test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, unvaccinated kids will take a complimentary test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, unvaccinated kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or Passport Card, valid for at least six months after your cruise, is strongly recommended. U.S. citizens that do not have a passport may present a state-certified U.S. Birth Certificate (not a "baby feet" hospital certificate or baptismal paper). Guests age 16 and older that present a Birth Certificate will also need to provide a valid Driver's License or picture ID issued by the government. International guests will need a passport book, valid for at least six months after your cruise.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board.

For guests on cruises traveling to Bermuda:

  • Bermuda Travel Authorization is required for all travelers age 2 and older, or their legal guardians when checking in. For additional details, visit our FAQ on Cruises to Bermuda

For guests on cruises traveling to Canada:

  • ArriveCAN: All guests – including Canadians - or their legal guardians, must submit the mandatory travel information required by the Canadian government prior to boarding the cruise ship. Guests can complete the form on the ArriveCAN website or via the app available in the AppStore or on Google Play. Once complete you’ll need to print or show the QR code provided at boarding. Learn more about Canada arrival requirements.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions, especially if your sailing visits a port that requires a tour to go ashore. Ports currently requiring tours are listed in our Going Ashore FAQs.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 2 or 3 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 years old don’t need to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Guests can visit most ports of call freely, regardless of vaccination status.

A couple of ports currently require guests to book a shore excursion to go ashore. These tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from the Southampton. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. 

Guests traveling into England do not have any entry requirements at this time. This applies whether you are vaccinated or not. To view current entry requirements posted by the UK Government, click here.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your final dose in your original vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson) no more than 9 months (270 days) ago, or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

     

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:    

       Pfizer

       Moderna

       Johnson & Johnson

       AstraZeneca

       Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age. If a guest from the UK or EU under 18 years of age has a Certificate of Recovery and only one dose of a vaccine series, they are considered fully vaccinated.

All crew onboard the ship are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from Southampton will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Telehealth tests are accepted, but must be completed with a supervised video visit. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • Vaccinated guests - including those not considered 'up to date' by EMA standards must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

At-Home Test Kits

Through our testing partners, UK & U.S.-based vaccinated guests may purchase antigen test kits that you can complete online with a supervised virtual video visit, wherever you are, 24 hours 7 days a week to meet travel testing requirements for cruise or flight. Learn more

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Not ‘Up to Date’ or Unvaccinated: Additional Testing Required

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination, or are not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine, will require additional testing to be completed onboard at their own expense, in order to go ashore in select countries. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs.

Prior to Disembarking
No testing is required for guests of any age and vaccination status if the cruise debarks in the UK.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Travel Document Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book, valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. Your record must show all doses, including original vaccination, as well as any booster doses received if applicable. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean app the day before you board.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It’s required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 1-2 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the cruise terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • We will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 do not have to wear a mask at any time. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations for the Main Dining Room, Windjammer and speciality restaurants via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

For sailings visiting France, guests who are from an Orange List country will not be allowed to visit the port, per French government regulations. Learn which countries are on the Orange List.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.  

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from the Copenhagen. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. Future protocols may require boosters, lowered vaccination ages, and changes to testing. Whenever possible we will provide prior notice for any changes. Just the same, we'll let you know if any requirements are reduced or eliminated.

Guests traveling into Denmark from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

On arrival, all guests from non-EU or Schengen countries must present a negative Covid-19 antigen test taken within 24 hours of their flight departure time.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your final dose in your original vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson) no more than 9 months (270 days) ago, or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:    

       Pfizer

       Moderna

       Johnson & Johnson

       AstraZeneca

       Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from Denmark will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Telehealth tests are accepted, but must be completed with a supervised video visit. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • Vaccinated guests - including those not considered 'up to date' by EMA standards must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

eMed Tests Kits for Guests Traveling from the U.S.

Through our testing partners, U.S.-based vaccinated guests may purchase antigen test kits for vaccinated guests that you can complete online with a supervised virtual video visit, wherever you are, 24 hours 7 days a week to meet travel testing requirements for cruise or flight. Learn more

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination, or are not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine, will require additional testing to be completed onboard at their own expense, in order to go ashore in select countries. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

Prior to Disembarking
Guests 15 and up that are not up to date with their vaccinations will take an antigen test within two days before disembarkation day. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test. The cost of the test is at their own expense, conducted onboard by a licensed third-party testing provider at a cost of $55 USD per test. Royal Caribbean does not retain any part of the testing costs.

Guests under two years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Travel Document Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book, valid for at least six months after your cruise.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean app the day before you board.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It’s required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions, especially if your sailing visits a port that requires a tour to go ashore. Ports currently requiring tours are listed in our Going Ashore FAQs.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 2 or 3 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the cruise terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • We will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Guests under 2 years old do not have to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

If you prefer a buffet, Windjammer will be open to everyone for breakfast and lunch, and the food will be served by our crew.

We recommend that you make dining reservations for the Main Dining Room, Windjammer and speciality restaurants via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

For sailings visiting France, guests who are from an Orange List country will not be allowed to visit the port, per French government regulations. Learn which countries are on the Orange List.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.  

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM ITALY

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from Italy. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do.

Guests traveling into Italy from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders. 

All guests age 6 and above must present their EU Digital COVID Certificate or, for non-EU citizens, an equivalent green COVID-19 certification issued by your country’s health authorities, certifying one of the following: completed vaccination cycle with a vaccine recognized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), full recovery from COVID-19, a negative molecular or antigenic test result. Learn more.

When travelling to Italy, and in some venues, it is mandatory to wear a FFP2 mask (N95 or KN95 also acceptable).

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

For the best experience on cruises from Italy, we strongly recommend that guests age 6 and up should 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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your most recent vaccine dose no more than 9 months (270 days) ago. This could have been the final dose in your original vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson), or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:

  • Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • AstraZeneca
  • Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from Italy will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Supervised telehealth tests are accepted, but must be completed with a supervised video visit. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • Vaccinated guests - including those not considered 'up to date' by EMA standards must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

eMed Tests Kits for Travelers
Through our testing partners, U.S.-based vaccinated guests may purchase antigen test kits that you can complete online with a supervised virtual video visit, wherever you are, 24 hours 7 days a week to meet travel testing requirements for cruise or flight. Learn more

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Not ‘Up to Date’ or Unvaccinated: Additional Testing Required

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination or whose vaccine is not approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), will require additional testing to be completed onboard at their own expense, in order to go ashore in select countries. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQ.

Prior to Disembarking
No testing is required for guests of any age and vaccination status if the cruise debarks in Italy.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or European ID Card (EU Nationals), valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your original vaccine series administered at least 14 days before sailing. Your record must show all doses, including original vaccination, as well as any booster doses received if applicable. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board. For guests sailing on Wonder of the Seas, the Health Questionnaire will be filled out at the terminal prior to boarding.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time. Guests sailing on Wonder of the Seas will be required to check-in online. A link to check-in will be sent via email prior to boarding.
  • 1 Day Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App. For guests sailing on Wonder of the Seas, the Health Questionnaire will be filled out at the terminal prior to boarding.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations may require masks. Guests under 2 do not have to wear a mask at any time. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs.

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

For sailings visiting France, guests who are from an Orange List country will not be allowed to visit the port, per French government regulations. Learn which countries are on the Orange List.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM Barcelona, SPAIN

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from Barcelona. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do.

To enter Spain, guests age 12 and up must meet vaccination and testing requirements. Children under the age of 12 do not have to meet these requirements. Learn more about Spain’s entry requirements

Guests traveling into Spain from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your final dose in your original vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson) no more than 9 months (270 days) ago, or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:

  • Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • AstraZeneca
  • Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from Spain will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Telehealth tests are accepted, but must be completed with a supervised virtual video visit. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • Vaccinated guests who are up to date must show a negative result for a PCR or an antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Vaccinated guests who are not up to date will have a 1 day window to take this test. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

eMed Tests Kits for Guests Travelling from the U.S
Through our testing partners, U.S.-based vaccinated guests may purchase antigen test kits that you can complete online with a supervised virtual video visit, wherever you are, 24 hours 7 days a week to meet travel testing requirements for cruise or flight. Learn more

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Not ‘Up to Date’ or Unvaccinated: Additional Testing Required

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination, or are not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine, will require additional testing to be completed onboard at their own expense, in order to go ashore in select countries. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQ

Prior to Disembarking
Guests 12 and up that are not up-to-date with their vaccinations will take an antigen test within one day before disembarkation day. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test. The cost of the test is at their own expense, conducted onboard by a licensed third-party testing provider at a cost of $55 USD per test. Royal Caribbean does not retain any part of the testing costs.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or European ID Card (EU Nationals) valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your original vaccine series administered at least 14 days before sailing. Your record must show all doses, including original vaccination, as well as any booster doses received if applicable. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 1-2 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 years old do not have to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

For sailings visiting France, guests who are from an Orange List country will not be allowed to visit the port, per French government regulations. Learn which countries are on the Orange List.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM Europe and the Middle East

Royal Caribbean is working closely with local government and health authorities to finalize protocols and requirements designed for the health and safety of our guests sailing from European and Middle Eastern homeports. Booked guests will be provided full details at least 30 days prior to their sailing.

We do anticipate that vaccination and testing requirements will remain in place, and we strongly encourage guests receive a booster shot when eligible. There could be a strong possibility for these sailings that guests will need a booster to enter select countries on their itinerary.

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE ALASKA FROM U.S HOMEPORTS

Here are the latest protocols for our guests cruising Alaska from the U.S. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. Future protocols may require boosters, lowered vaccination ages, and changes to testing. Whenever possible we will provide prior notice for any changes. Just the same, we'll let you know if any requirements are reduced or eliminated.

Guests traveling into the U.S. from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. However, kids age 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests. If you are cruising with an unvaccinated child, there are some specific health protocols you will need to be aware of.

Each guest’s regimen must include at least two doses of vaccine unless the guest received the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This is per U.S. CDC guidance, and no exceptions will be made, even if the guest's resident country has authorized a single-shot regimen for a two dose vaccine.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet boarding requirements in line with U.S. CDC guidance.

  • Vaccinated guests must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids age 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2-11 must show a negative test result for a PCR test (not antigen) taken no more than 3 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids' pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids' test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Unvaccinated Kids: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, unvaccinated kids will take two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean's test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, unvaccinated kids age 11 and younger will take a complimentary test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking

  • For sailings debarking in Vancouver, British Columbia, unvaccinated guests age 5 – 11 will take a complimentary antigen test onboard no more than 1 day before arrival to Canada. Guests will be notified onboard how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Cruisetour Guests: Required Pre-Tour Testing
Royal Caribbean Cruisetour guests participating in a Southbound Cruisetour from Seward, Alaska will need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, before the land-tour portion of your Cruisetour.

  • Vaccinated guests must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before the day the land tour starts. Kids age 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2-11 must show a negative test result for a PCR test (not antigen) taken no more than 3 days before the day the land tour starts.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-Cruisetour test.

Cruisetour guests will also need to complete the pre-cruise testing to board the ship in addition to the pre-tour testing. Vaccinated guests are advised to bring an eMed test kit with them on their Cruisetour to meet the pre-cruise testing requirement. For vaccinated guests without a test kit or unvaccinated kids age 11 and younger in need of a PCR test, a testing provider in Anchorage will be available to test guests at their own expense. Details on how to register for testing in Anchorage will be provided by your Cruisetour guide.

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or Passport Card, valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required for U.S. citizens. International guests will need a passport book, valid for at least six months after your cruise.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 11 and younger who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board.
  • ArriveCAN: All guests - including Canadians - or their legal guardians, must submit the mandatory travel information required by the Canadian government prior to boarding the cruise ship. Guests can complete the form on the ArriveCAN website or via the app available in the AppStore or on Google Play. Once completed you'll need to print or show the QR code provided at boarding. Learn more about Canada arrival requirements.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions, especially if your sailing visits a port that requires a tour to go ashore. Ports currently requiring tours are listed in our Going Ashore FAQs.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 2 or 3 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise or pre-Cruisetour test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section. Note: Guests participating in a Cruisetour will need to complete the pre-cruise testing in addition to the pre-Cruisetour testing.
  • 1 to 3 Days Before: Complete the ArriveCAN form via the website or app.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 years old don’t need to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Guests can visit ports of call in Alaska and Canada freely, regardless of vaccination status.

For those interested in purchasing a shore excursion tour, these are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM VANCOUVER

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing Vancouver, British Columbia. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. Future protocols may require boosters, lowered vaccination ages, and changes to testing. Whenever possible we will provide prior notice for any changes. Just the same, we'll let you know if any requirements are reduced or eliminated.

Guests traveling into Canada from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. However, kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests. If you are cruising with an unvaccinated child, there are some specific health protocols you will need to be aware of.

Each guest’s regimen must include at least two doses of vaccine unless the guest received the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. This is per U.S. CDC guidance, and no exceptions will be made, even if the guest's resident country has authorized a single-shot regimen for a two dose vaccine.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet boarding requirements in line with U.S. CDC guidance.

  • Vaccinated guests must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR test (not antigen) taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. If timed properly, the same PCR test result provided for entry into Canada can satisfy this requirement. Note: Royal Caribbean will not accept an antigen test to satisfy the pre-cruise testing requirement to board.
  • Unvaccinated kids' pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids' test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

All guests, or their legal guardians, will need to download the ArriveCAN app or visit the ArriveCAN website to provide mandatory travel information prior to and after your entry to Canada. Learn more about Canada arrival requirements.

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Unvaccinated Kids: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, unvaccinated kids will take two more tests. Royal Caribbean's test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, unvaccinated kids age 2-11 will take a complimentary test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking in Canada

  • For sailings debarking in Vancouver, British Columbia, unvaccinated guests age 5 – 11 will take a complimentary antigen test onboard no more than 1 day before arrival to Canada. Guests will be notified onboard how to register for this test.

Cruisetour guests
Royal Caribbean guests participating in a Northbound Cruisetour do not need to complete any additional testing before the land-tour portion of the Cruisetour. All Cruisetour guests will still need to complete the pre-cruise testing to board the ship.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or Passport Card, valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required for all U.S. citizens. A passport book is required for all international guests.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board.
  • ArriveCAN: All guests - including Canadians - or their legal guardians, must submit the mandatory travel information required by the Canadian government prior to boarding the cruise ship. Guests can complete the form on the ArriveCAN website or via the app available in the AppStore or on Google Play. Once completed you'll need to print or show the QR code provided at boarding. Learn more about Canada arrival requirements.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions, especially if your sailing visits a port that requires a tour to go ashore. Ports currently requiring tours are listed in our Going Ashore FAQs.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 2 or 3 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 to 3 Days Before: Complete the ArriveCan form via the website or app.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 years old don’t need to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Guests can visit ports of call in Alaska and Canada freely, regardless of vaccination status.

For those interested in purchasing a shore excursion tour, these are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM SINGAPORE

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from Singapore. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. Future protocols may require boosters, lowered vaccination ages and changes to testing. Whenever possible we will provide prior notice for any changes. Just the same, we'll let you know if any requirements are reduced or eliminated.

Guests travelling into Singapore from another country should be sure to look into any requirements that your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests above 12 years of age (13 years & older) must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

Children aged 12 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. However, kids age 5 to 12 who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests. If you are cruising with an unvaccinated child, there are some specific health protocols that you will need to be aware of.

Each guest's regimen must include at least two doses of the vaccine. This is per US CDC guidance, and no exceptions will be made, even if the guest's resident country has authorised a single-shot regimen for a two-dose vaccine.

For the best Singapore cruise experience, we strongly recommend guests be "up to date" on their COVID-19 vaccination and be prepared to present their physical vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable.

In order to go ashore in Malaysia, guests must be “up to date” with their vaccinations. To find out if your vaccination status is “up to date” with Malaysian government guidelines, click here.

For more information on vaccination policies in Singapore, please visit this website.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

  • All guests, regardless of age or vaccination status, must undergo an approved supervised COVID-19 test and receive a negative result in order to board the ship. This test should be arranged on your own, at your own expense.
  • Please note: All guests must schedule their pre-cruise testing appointment no earlier than one the day prior to boarding in order to be accepted during check-in. We will be accepting either nasal swab or saliva tests from the guest’s home country. The test result proof must be in English for it to be accepted during check-in.

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Additional Testing

Prior to Disembarking
Depending on your country of origin, you may also require testing before returning home. The scheduling and cost of this test will be the guest's responsibility.

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet US CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests aged 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than two days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids aged 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than three days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise tests cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under two years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the US from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the US.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Kids Aged 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are five nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under two years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Travel Document Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or Passport Card, valid for at least six months after your cruise.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. This is a requirement for all guests above 12 years of age (13 years & older). Kids aged 5 to 12 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: All guests travelling with us, regardless of age, must provide a negative result from a professionally supervised antigen test provider taken no earlier than one day before boarding day. Test arrangements must be made on your own, at your own expense.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean app the day before you board.
  • Going ashore? Download the MySejahtera App: All guests planning to go ashore in Malaysia must download, register and activate the MySejahtera App and complete the pre-departure form. Once the form is complete, you’ll receive the Blue Travelers Card in the app which must be shown on boarding day in order to debark in Malaysia. Click here for more information. Upon successful completion of the pre-departure form in the app, guests will receive a Blue Travelers Card to present for disembarkation in Malaysia.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests above 12 years of age (13 years & older).
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • At least 7 Days Before: Download the MySejahtera App. All guests planning to go ashore in Malaysia must register and activate the app in order to receive the Blue Travelers Card to get off the ship in Malaysia.
  • 1 - 3 Days Before: Register for your pre-cruise test; details on how to register are above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: Take your pre-cruise test. This test must be taken no more than one day before boarding. You must receive a negative result in order to board.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect on Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step-by-step on document validation.
  • Make sure that you wear your face mask at all times during the boarding process.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are required to be worn at all times indoors on the ship for all guests. While in outdoor settings, masks are optional but encouraged.

Dining

All dining areas will feature spaced, sanitized seating. All restaurants and cafes will be available to all guests. If you prefer a buffet, the Windjammer will be open to everyone for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the food will be served by our crew. We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or by using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Entertainment

Theatres and activity venues will offer spaced seating and more showtimes. Be sure to make show reservations onboard using the Royal Caribbean app.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Requirements for Going Ashore

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely or book a shore excursion through Royal Caribbean via Cruise Planner in advance. However, guests who wish to go ashore will be required to download, register, and activate the MySejahtera App. Upon successful completion of the pre-departure form in the app, guests will receive a Blue Travelers Card to present for disembarkation in Malaysia. For more details, click here.

Please note: all guests must be fully vaccinated in order to debark in Malaysia. Guests who only have 2 doses of Sinovac or Sinopharm, as well as guests aged 60 and older who have not yet received their booster, are considered to be partially vaccinated by the Malaysian Government and will be required to have a booster shot in order to debark in Malaysia.

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from the Netherlands. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do.

To enter the Netherlands, guests age 12 and up must meet vaccination and testing requirements. They must also complete the Health Declaration Form before arriving in the Netherlands, and be in possession of your QR code before travelling. Children under the age of 12 do not have to meet these requirements. Learn more about the Netherlands' entry requirements

Guests traveling into the Netherlands from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your final dose in your original two-dose vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson) no more than 9 months (270 days) ago, or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:

  • Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • AstraZeneca
  • Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from the Netherlands will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Telehealth tests are accepted, but must be completed with a supervised video visit. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • Vaccinated guests - including those not considered 'up to date' by EMA standards must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Kids 11 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

eMed Tests Kits for Guests Travelling from the U.S
Through our testing partners, U.S.-based vaccinated guests may purchase antigen test kits that you can complete online with a supervised virtual video visit, wherever you are, 24 hours 7 days a week to meet travel testing requirements for cruise or flight. Learn more

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Not ‘Up to Date’ or Unvaccinated: Additional Testing Required

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination, or are not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine, will require additional testing to be completed onboard at their own expense, in order to go ashore in select countries. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQ

Prior to Disembarking
Guests 12 and up that are not up-to-date with their vaccinations will take an antigen test within one day before disembarkation day. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test. The cost of the test is at their own expense, conducted onboard by a licensed third-party testing provider at a cost of $55 USD per test. Royal Caribbean does not retain any part of the testing costs.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or European ID Card (EU Nationals) valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your original vaccine series administered at least 14 days before sailing. Your record must show all doses, including original vaccination, as well as any booster doses received if applicable. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Health Declaration Form must be completed here by all guests age 12 and up before entering the Netherlands.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 1-2 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 years old do not have to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

For sailings visiting France, guests who are from an Orange List country will not be allowed to visit the port, per French government regulations. Learn which countries are on the Orange List.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM ATHENS, GREECE

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from Greece. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do.

To enter Greece, guests age 12 and up must meet vaccination and testing requirements. Children under the age of 12 do not have to meet these requirements. Learn more about Greece’s entry requirements

Guests traveling into Greece from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders.

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your final dose in your original two-dose vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson) no more than 9 months (270 days) ago, or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:

  • Pfizer
  • Moderna
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • AstraZeneca
  • Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 11 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship and at our private destinations are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from Greece will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Telehealth will not be accepted. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • All guests age 2 and up, regardless of vaccination status, must show a negative result for an antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Not ‘Up to Date’ or Unvaccinated: Additional Testing Required

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination, or are not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine, will require additional testing to be completed onboard at their own expense, in order to go ashore in select countries. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQ

Prior to Disembarking
No testing is required for guests of any age and vaccination status if the cruise debarks in Greece

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Read Detailed Testing FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

Before arriving on boarding day, you’ll need to take a COVID-19 test on your own, at your own expense, to meet U.S. CDC boarding requirements.

  • Vaccinated guests age 12 and older must show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day.
  • Unvaccinated kids age 2 to 11 must show a negative test result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 3 days before boarding day. Kids’ pre-cruise test cannot be taken on boarding day, because that may affect the sample taken during the kids’ test at the terminal.
  • Guests under 2 years of age do not need to complete a pre-cruise test.

If you're travelling to the U.S. from another country, you'll also need to take a test to enter the U.S.
Learn more about this requirement

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Kids Age 2-11: Additional Testing

In addition to the pre-cruise test, kids will take one or two more tests, depending on the length of the cruise. Royal Caribbean’s test provider will administer these, at no cost to our guests.

At the Terminal
For all cruises, kids will take a complimentary PCR test when checking in at the terminal. Registration details will be sent via email in advance.

Prior to Disembarking
For cruises that are 5 nights or longer, kids will take a complimentary antigen test onboard before the cruise ends. Vaccinated guests who require a COVID-19 test for re-entry into their country may receive one onboard as well. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Sailings longer than 10 nights may have additional onboard testing requirements.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ On Accepted Tests

Travel Documents Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book or European ID Card (EU Nationals) valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your original vaccine series administered at least 14 days before sailing. Your record must show all doses, including original vaccination, as well as any booster doses received if applicable. This is a requirement for all guests age 12 and older. Kids age 5 to 11 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean App the day before you board.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It's required for guests 12 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions.
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 1 Day Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • For those parties traveling with unvaccinated guests, we will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 years old do not have to wear a mask. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

We recommend that you make dining reservations via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

For sailings visiting France, guests who are from an Orange List country will not be allowed to visit the port, per French government regulations. Learn which countries are on the Orange List.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

Questions?

Getting Ready FOR A ONE-WAY CRUISE

Please see below sail dates for which protocols are currently available at this time. We are working with local governments in the embarkation country and debarkation country to develop guest protocols and will update this page as soon as each sailing’s protocols become available

May 23, 2022 Rhapsody of the Seas sailing from Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy to Athens (Piraeus), Greece

Please visit the Getting Ready to Cruise page for Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy. The protocols outlined there apply to your one-way sailing as well.

May 30, 2022 Rhapsody of the Seas sailing from Athens (Piraeus), Greece to Venice (Ravenna), Italy

Please visit the Getting Ready to Cruise page for Athens (Piraeus), Greece. The protocols outlined there apply to your one-way sailing as well, plus these additional protocols for your arrival into Italy:
  • Italy debark testing will be required for unvaccinated guests age 6-11, and vaccinated guests age 12 and older who are not up-to-date with their vaccines or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. Guests will be notified onboard about how to register for this test. For guests 12 and older, the cost of the test is at their own expense, conducted onboard by a licensed third-party testing provider at a cost of $55 USD per test. Royal Caribbean does not retain any part of the testing costs. For kids 6-11, any required testing is complimentary. Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

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GETTING READY TO CRUISE FROM STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

Here are the latest protocols for our guests sailing from the Stockholm. Due to the fluidity of this situation, our protocols are subject to change and we are committed to keeping you informed if they do. Future protocols may require boosters, lowered vaccination ages, and changes to testing. Whenever possible we will provide prior notice for any changes. Just the same, we'll let you know if any requirements are reduced or eliminated.

Guests traveling into Sweden from another country should be sure to look into any requirements your own home country may have for exiting or re-entering its borders. 

Vaccination Requirement

All Royal Caribbean guests age 18 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing.

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 sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements.

  1. You received your final dose in your original vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson) no more than 9 months (270 days) ago, or a booster dose. Guests that have received a booster dose will qualify regardless of the amount of time that has passed since receiving their booster. Children who have received one dose (unless Johnson & Johnson) do not count as fully vaccinated.

     

  2. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines:    

  • Pfizer

  • Moderna

  • Johnson & Johnson

  • AstraZeneca

  • Nuvaxovid

These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up. Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports.

Guests must be prepared to present their vaccination record showing all doses, including their original vaccination series, as well as any booster doses they may have received if applicable. Please make sure your entire cruise trip is within the 9-month window to be considered up to date for all port stops. If your vaccination was more than 9 months ago, you can get a booster with an EMA-authorized vaccine as late as the day before your trip, and be considered up to date by all countries.

Children age 17 and under do not require COVID-19 vaccination to cruise. Kids age 5 to 17 who have been vaccinated and are up to date may present proof of full vaccination and follow the protocols and testing requirements for up to date guests. For additional details, see the section below.

Royal Caribbean will not accept a Certificate of Recovery in lieu of a vaccination record card for guests of vaccine eligible age.

All crew onboard the ship are fully vaccinated and receive a booster dose as they become eligible.

Read Detailed Vaccine FAQs

Testing Requirements

All Guests: Required Pre-Cruise Testing

All guests sailing from Sweden will need to take one test before boarding, as detailed below. Tests must be supervised with the result provided on a certificate which includes the guest’s name and date of birth. Telehealth tests are accepted, but must be completed with a supervised video visit. All tests are at the guests’ expense.

  • Vaccinated guests - including those not considered 'up to date' by EMA standards must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 2 days before boarding day. Guests age 17 and younger who have been vaccinated may present proof of full vaccination and follow the testing protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • Unvaccinated guests age 2 to 17 must bring a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 1 day before boarding day.
  • Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

eMed Tests Kits for Guests Traveling from the U.S.

Through our testing partners, U.S.-based vaccinated guests may purchase antigen test kits for vaccinated guests that you can complete online with a supervised virtual video visit, wherever you are, 24 hours 7 days a week to meet travel testing requirements for cruise or flight. Learn more

Have questions about which tests are accepted?
Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Not ‘Up to Date’ or Unvaccinated: Additional Testing Required

During the Cruise
In addition to the pre-cruise test, guests age 12 and up who are considered not up to date with their vaccination, or are not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine, will require additional testing to be completed onboard, in order to go ashore in select countries. Testing will be complimentary for unvaccinated kids age 12 – 17. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs.

Prior to Disembarking
No testing is required for guests of any age and vaccination status if the cruise debarks in Sweden.

Guests under 2 years of age will not be tested.

Learn more about the different options available to you for completing your pre-cruise test

Read Our Detailed FAQ on Accepted Tests

Travel Document Checklist

You'll need to have the following documents when you arrive to board the ship.

  • A Passport Book, valid for at least six months after your cruise, is required.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, Certificate or e-Certificate via your country’s health agency app with the final dose of your vaccine administered at least 14 days before sailing. Your record must show all doses, including original vaccination, as well as any booster doses received if applicable. This is a requirement for all guests age 18 and older. Kids age 5 to 17 who have been fully vaccinated may present proof of vaccination and follow the protocols for vaccinated guests.
  • COVID-19 Test Result: See details in the Testing Requirement section above.
  • Health Questionnaire to be completed on our Royal Caribbean app the day before you board.

Read Detailed Travel Documents FAQs

Cruise Ready Recap

Follow these steps for a smooth boarding day.

  • Get Vaccinated: It’s required for guests 18 and older.
  • 30 to 90 Days Before: Book your Shore Excursions, especially if your sailing visits a port that requires a tour to go ashore. Ports currently requiring tours are listed in our Going Ashore FAQs
  • 30 Days Before: Download the Royal Caribbean App and check in for your cruise. Once in the app, you’ll select a 30-minute arrival time slot for your boarding day. It is very important you stick to this arrival window, as we’re arranging the boarding and testing process to accommodate a certain number of guests at one time.
  • 1 or 2 Days Before: Get your pre-cruise test. See details above in the Testing Requirements section.
  • 1 Day Before: All guests must complete our Health Questionnaire on the Royal App.

What to Expect On Boarding Day

Arrive Only During Your Time Slot

It is very important that all guests arrive at the cruise terminal within the arrival time slot you selected during Royal App check-in. Those who arrive early will not be able to begin boarding, and those who arrive late will need to wait until we are able to work them into another group.

  • We’ll guide you step by step on document validation.
  • We will also guide you through the COVID-19 testing process. Expect a short wait time for results before boarding.
  • In our terminals, masks are optional unless required by local regulation.

Read Detailed Boarding Day FAQs

Onboard the Ship

Mask Guidance

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated guests and recommended for unvaccinated children while onboard. Some destinations we visit may require masks. Guests under 2 do not have to wear a mask at any time. These protocols are subject to change.

Dining

In the Main Dining Room, vaccinated guests may dine with other vaccinated guests outside their travel party. Parties that include unvaccinated kids will be assigned a table of their own.

If you prefer a buffet, Windjammer will be open to everyone for breakfast and lunch, and the food will be served by our crew.

We recommend that you make dining reservations for the Main Dining Room, Windjammer and speciality restaurants via Cruise Planner before your cruise or using the Royal Caribbean app onboard.

Tables and chairs in all dining areas are sanitized frequently.

Adventure Ocean Youth Program Reservations

Our award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program is looking forward to welcoming your young explorers. In order to plan for a healthy experience for every child, spaces are cleaned and sanitized frequently.

Going Ashore in Ports of Call

Fully vaccinated guests and unvaccinated kids can visit ports of call freely. However, additional testing requirements may exist in some countries for guests who are unvaccinated; not considered up to date by EMA standards; or not vaccinated with an EMA-authorized vaccine. To learn more about requirements by port, please visit our Europe Port Testing Requirement FAQs

It is strongly recommended that guests be up to date and bring their vaccination record while ashore, as businesses in some countries may require proof of vaccination to enter.

Tours are available at a variety of price points and may be purchased in advance on Cruise Planner or once onboard using the Royal Caribbean App.  

Requirements for going ashore are subject to change as circumstances evolve, and we will continue to update booked guests of any requirements for their upcoming cruise.

For more details on specific requirements by port, please visit our Going Ashore FAQs

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Keeping Each Other Safe

Per local authorities' requirements, face masks will be worn onboard by crew members and guests to help keep everyone safer. Face masks are required in indoor and outdoor spaces, with some exceptions. In restaurants, cafes, bars or lounges, seated guests may eat and drink without masks. Masks should not be worn in situations where they could get wet, such as at the pool. Masks should not be worn during strenuous exercise, but are required for light workouts. You do not need to wear a mask in your stateroom or on your balcony. Any time you remove your mask, take care to maintain physical distance of at least 2 meters (6 feet) between your travel party and others.

Location Mask Requirements Notes
In stateroom Face masks not required Also not required on your stateroom balcony
Open air decks Face masks not required Face masks must be worn when physical distancing cannot be maintained with people outside your travel group
Pools & Whirlpools Face masks not required Face masks cannot be worn in pools and whirlpools, as a wet mask could cause breathing issues. Always maintain physical distance.
Waterslides & FlowRider Face masks not required No face mask needed while riding any water ride, but should be worn in line
Sports deck Face masks may be required Some activities like the zip line, rock climbing, table tennis and sports court will require a face mask
Indoor spaces Face masks required May be removed while seating, to actively eat and drink May be removed while seating, to actively eat and/or drink
Location Mask Requirements
In stateroom Face masks not required, 
also not required on your stateroom balcony
Open air decks Face masks not required
when observing physical distancing must be worn when engaging crew or other travel parties
Pools Face masks not required
when observing physical distancing must be worn when engaging crew or other travel parties
Whirlpools Face masks not required Only one travel party at a time allowed in each tub
Waterslides & FlowRider Face masks not required
Indoor spaces Face masks required May be removed while seating, to actively eat and drink
Face Masks Must Haves

 

 

Face Mask Must-Haves

• At least two layers of tight-weave fabric

• Loops that go around ears

• Covers nose and mouth

• Fits face closely

• Allows you to breathe easily

• New face mask each day (or washed daily)

 

Permitted Types
Fabric face masks, minimum two layers with ear loops
Disposable surgical masks
Plastic face shield, only with a face mask

Not Permitted
Neck gaiters
Bandanas/open chin handkerchiefs
Masks with valves or openings
Masks made from mesh or loose weave materials


 
 

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