It is mandatory for all UK guests to take out comprehensive travel insurance for their holiday with P&O Cruises. Insurance must include medical cover of £2 million minimum and cover for emergency evacuations and medical expenses related to COVID-19. You must also ensure your policy includes cover for repatriation, cancellation and curtailment and full cover for any and all pre-existing medical conditions worldwide, or as a minimum, in the countries you are due to visit. You will be asked to confirm you have travel insurance at the terminal and you may need to provide proof of your policy. You will be denied boarding, at your own expense, if you do not arrange insurance.
Mandatory Vaccination (Inc Kids)
New Vaccination Policy:
Caribbean Cruises until end of March 2022
All P&O Cruises Caribbean fly/cruise departing until the end of March 2022, Now require all guests of all ages to be fully vaccinated.
For all other holidays from 25 September 2021 - 27 March 2022
P&O are extending their current vaccination policy for all other holidays until 27 March 2022. Guests aged 18 years and over must have completed their vaccination course at least 14 days prior to travel. All guests aged between five and 17 years old will need to have completed their vaccination course a minimum of 14 days prior to sailing or will require a negative PCR test within 120 hours prior to travel. Guests four years old and younger will be permitted to travel providing their travelling parents/guardians meet the above requirements.
All guests on a Caribbean fly-cruise will also need to organise and pay for a private PCR test within 72 hours prior to travel. The test must be administered at an accredited or recognised laboratory by a healthcare professional. You’ll present your negative PCR result at the airport as well as complete a complimentary antigen test organised by P&O Cruises