If sailing in and out of the UK, most cruise ships will allow you to take as much baggage on board as you like. You will have to store this luggage in your cabin. Please see individual cruise lines for specific details.
For cruise only passengers, 90kg maximum is allowed per person (with the exception of Celebrity Expedition).
Airlines also impose their own baggage allowance, which is usually much less than the cruise allowance.
If you are sailing on a transatlantic cruise and you are then meeting a flight as part of a fly/cruise package, your luggage allowance will be limited to the lower allowance as specified by the airline. (This is normally 20kg and must be made up of just one bag weighing this. Please check with the airline at the time of booking)
Cruises in and out of Southampton have no restriction on how much baggage you take, although please bear in mind that your cases must be stored within your cabin. (The storage space on Artemis is restricted) For handling purposes, please ensure that each piece of luggage weighs no more than 23kg.
Cruises involving flights (Artemis, Oceana and Ventura) restrict luggage to 23kg per person. International scheduled flights restrict your luggage to between 20 and 23kg per person.
Cruise ships sailing in and out of Southampton have no restriction on how much baggage you take, although please bear in mind that your cases must be stored within your cabin.
Transport to and from the ship either by taxi or coach may carry luggage restrictions; please check with the operator at the time of booking.
On fly cruises, the baggage restriction will also be 23kg per person, but this may slightly differ per destination. Please check at the time of booking.