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Q

Will I have to wear a face mask onboard my cruise, and if so, exactly when and where? What counts as a face mask?

A

Below are current mask policies. We are continually evaluating mask policies as public health standards and government regulations evolve. Booked guests will be advised of the latest requirements for their port of departure before sailing.

For all Cruises Departing from U.S. ports

This guidance is for all guests age 2 and up. Guests under the age of 2 do not need to wear a mask.

Masks are NOT required to be worn:

  • In open-air areas of the ship, unless you are in a crowded setting
  • In the pool or any activity where they may become wet
  • At venues designated for vaccinated guests only, such as select bars, lounges, restaurants and shows
  • In your stateroom when you are with your traveling party
  • While visiting our private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay, unless you are in a crowded setting
  • By any guest under the age of 2

Masks ARE required to be worn:

  • While indoors onboard the ship, unless seated and actively eating or drinking
  • While visiting public ports of call, where local regulations may require them 

 

For Cruises Departing from Southampton, England

We are continually evaluating this policy against the latest public health standards and will advise booked guests of any changes.

  • Outdoors: Masks are not required outdoors in open-air areas, such as decks, balconies, and by the pool unless you are in a crowded setting. Masks are not permitted in the pool or for any activity where they could become wet.
  • Indoors: All guests 11 years and older must wear a mask in all indoor public spaces unless seated and actively eating or drinking. Masks are not required in your stateroom as long as you are with your own travel party.

 

For Cruises Departing from Barcelona, Spain; Rome, Italy & Limassol, Cyprus

We are continually evaluating this policy against the latest public health standards and will advise booked guests of any changes.

All guests 6 years and older must wear a mask in all indoor and outdoor public spaces, unless seated and actively eating or drinking, or when seated by the pool. Masks are not permitted in the pool or for any activity where they could become wet.

 

Mask Standards

Your mask should be at least two layers of tight weave fabric with loops that fit over your ears in accordance with health guidelines. The mask should fit your face closely and cover your nose and mouth but allow you to breathe easily. Note that neck gaiters, open chin bandanas and scarves, and face masks with valves do not meet health authority guidelines and will not be permitted.

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