Vaccinations and Testing
All guests sailing aboard cruises with embarkation dates through 31st October 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated, at least 2 weeks prior to departure. Guests who are not old enough to be vaccinated or are otherwise ineligible for the vaccine will not be allowed to sail.
All guests will be tested for Covid-19 with an antigen test before boarding and prior to disembarkation which will be paid for by the cruise line.
Onboard capacity during initial sailings will be reduced to provide more space for social distancing.
Onboard Health and Safety
Norwegian Cruise Line's stringent cleaning protocols will be further enhanced. This will include thorough cleaning and disinfecting before every voyage, while embarkation terminals will be frequently santisied, and fogged where possible. Onboard there will be continuous cleaning and disinfecting, with a focus on high touch points across the ship.
To ensure the safety of guests, crew and the communities visited, travel requirements may vary by port and country of departure. Further detail will be provided as available.
Will I need to wear a face mask?
Face coverings are currently required for guests when indoors, except in your own accommodation and when eating and drinking. They must also be worn outdoors where social distancing is not possible. Face masks may be required in destinations to comply with local guidance.
Will there be buffets onboard?
Buffets will still be available but will be full service with staff serving guests.
What entertainment and onboard activities will there be?
Nearly all onboard activities and entertainment will be available, including spas and casinos, although there may be modifications to ensure that guidance is followed.