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PREGNANCY POLICY

Pregnant women are only allowed to sail if pregnant for 24 completed weeks or less at time of cruise disembarkation. All pregnant women are required to produce a physician’s letter stating that mother and baby are in good health, fit to travel and the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the estimated date of delivery (EDD).

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Eduardo Oliveira said:

PREGNANCY POLICY

Pregnant women are only allowed to sail if pregnant for 24 completed weeks or less at time of cruise disembarkation. All pregnant women are required to produce a physician’s letter stating that mother and baby are in good health, fit to travel and the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the estimated date of delivery (EDD).

Here's your full answer from Carnival! If you have any further questions on it, I've included their contact number below. Sorry for the bulky post - but it's a lot of info!

 

If you're under the age of 21, the 25 year old in your cabin is legally responsible for you.

When traveling with a minor (18 & under) and both parents/legal guardians are not cruising, we strongly recommend bringing an original, signed letter from the absent parent/legal guardian authorizing the minor to travel with you. This will expedite processing by the Department of Homeland Security. Please note that a notarized letter to this effect is required if debarking with children in Mexico.

Below is Carnival's full age requirements. Please read through them to make sure you understand everything completely. If you have any specific questions on that, you can contact Carnival directly at 1-800-764-7419.

 

Carnival's policy regarding guests traveling alone or traveling with minors:

Guests are required to be 21 years old (on embarkation day) to travel. Guests under the age of 21 must be accompanied in the same stateroom by a parent or guardian 25 or older. The exceptions Carnival will make to this policy are:

Guests Under the Age of 21 Traveling with Parents / Grandparents

Guests under the age of 13

• Minors can be booked in separate staterooms, only if booked next door or directly across the hall from the Parents/Grandparents stateroom.

Note: Minors 13 and under may only be booked in a balcony stateroom with the Parents/Grandparents"; this also applies to connecting staterooms.

Guests 13 - 17 years of age

• Minors can be booked in separate staterooms, by up to 3 staterooms in between the minor stateroom and the Parents/Grandparents stateroom.

Note: Minors age 13 may only be booked in a balcony stateroom with the Parents/Grandparents; this also applies to connecting staterooms.

Guests 18 years of age and older

• Minors are 18 and older not required to be booked within close proximity nor on the same deck as the Parents/Grandparents.  However, we will place you as close together as possible.

Guests Under the Age of 21 NOT Traveling with Parents / Grandparents

The minor must travel with a guardian 25 years of age or older in the same stateroom. The exceptions Carnival will make to this policy are:

• Legally married couples and same gender union couples less than 21 years of age must provide Carnival with legal proof of marriage/civil union at least two weeks prior to sailing. 
• Documentation can be e-mailed to individualsailingsupport@carnival.com or faxed to 305-406-6479.
• For those guests whose marriage/civil union will not take place until closer to the sailing date, they must bring proof of their marriage/civil union to embarkation. Failure to do so will result in denied boarding and  no refund. 
• Documentation: marriage license issued by the County Clerk’s Office; legal proof of civil union; for newly married couples: a copy of the marriage license application signed by the official that performed the ceremony.

Infants must be at least six months old (twelve months for Transatlantic, Hawaii and South America cruises) to be eligible to travel.
Guest ages will be verified at embarkation. Guests not conforming to this policy will be denied boarding and assessed a 100% cancellation penalty. NO exceptions will be made at embarkation.

Please note that adult guests are responsible for the safety and behavior of their minor guests. Our Camp Carnival®, Circle "C" and Club O2 programs features supervised activities for children 2-17.

Spa Carnival and fitness center: Guests under 12 years of age are not permitted in these facilities.  Guests between the ages of 12 and 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

All guests 16 years of age or older must provide an official photo I.D. When traveling with a minor and both parents/legal guardians are not cruising, we strongly recommend bringing an original signed letter from the absent parent/legal guardian authorizing the minor to travel with you. This will expedite processing by the Department of Homeland Security. Please note that a notarized letter to this effect is required if debarking with children in Mexico.

Air Travel / Hotel Stay - Guests under the age of 21, staying at any hotel in conjunction with Carnival’s Fly Aweigh® program, may be required to be accompanied by a guest 21 years or older in the same room as per each hotel’s policy. Permission for minor guests to fly unaccompanied is determined by the airlines as per each airline’s policy.  We suggest you check with your scheduled airline for their requirements.  Carnival assumes no responsibility for guests under the age of 21 traveling unaccompanied by air.

 

 

 



CrazyLikeAFox [spaz] said:

I would assume that there is some legal responsibility, otherwise there would be no reason for it
Chris Guarino said:

hey,

 

If a person over 25 helps someone under 21 go, is the 25 year old responsible for the young one? Is there some sort of legal responsibility or does the 25+ person simply show up for the cruise?

 

I am over 25 and may be willing to help someone depending on the way this works

Yeah I'm going to the weezer cruise, but would like to split the cabin with as many people as possible as well.  Having all the money up front doesn't seem to be an issue, since it looks like we are able all split the bills up and pay seperately throught the website.  Its just a matter of getting groups or pairs that will get along together.  I'm thirty two, but I'm not sure if I'd chance legally vouching for anyone under 20...  I remember being that age. 

Stefan P'Pool JR said:

Anybody who is interested in going in a room and can pay up front hit me up. I'm doing this.
YES

Hey Alvaro!

 

We don't have any type of roommate matching program, but you can sail alone - it's just a bit more expensive. Here's how it works... the cruise industry sells cabins at double occupancy, so if you sail alone, you still have to pay the cabin fare x 2, since you're getting the space for two people all to yourself. However, we do give you a $199 discount on the second cabin fare. And you'll only be responsible for taxes and fees for yourself, not for the person that's not there.

 

So if you are looking at the Riviera Interior rooms for example, you would pay $799x2, then $179 taxes and fees for yourself, and we would then take of $199 from the cabin fare. Your total for that room as a single traveler would be $1578.

 

Many of our guests in the past have done really well with tracking down roomies online or convincing friends to go along, so you might want to try those things if you can!

 

~jen


Alvaro Sancristobal Belloch said:

Hi Jen,

 

I'm thinking to assist, but I would like to know if there's possibility of a single room. BEcuase I'm coming alone from Spain only for this event.

Thank you!!

Sixthman Jen said:

Hey guys! I'm Jen and I work for Sixthman - the company partnering with Weezer to bring this cruise to life! It seems that some of you have some questions, so let me know what they are and I'll be happy to answer them for you!

 

And no, the cruise isn't fake! It's REALLY happening. I, for one, am stoked. :-)

 

~jen

This is correct. The reason they limit it so much is because even though there IS a doctor on each ship, they are not fully equipped to handle complications with pregnancy/deliveries/etc. 

 

Hope that helps!

 

~jen



Eduardo Oliveira said:

PREGNANCY POLICY

Pregnant women are only allowed to sail if pregnant for 24 completed weeks or less at time of cruise disembarkation. All pregnant women are required to produce a physician’s letter stating that mother and baby are in good health, fit to travel and the pregnancy is not high-risk. The letter must also include the estimated date of delivery (EDD).

Too much dough. As much as I love Ozma.
That's too bad. I was hoping to room with you ;)

hintofcoolness said:
Too much dough. As much as I love Ozma.
Ozma was the deal maker for me. Set aside the dough as soon as I leaned of it. Hopefully I will get a good presale spot (more for venue ticket selection than for anything else).
Jen,
What are the rules regarding cancellations and refunds? If I book a room, and find out later that I am not able to go, would I get my money back?

Also, what is the policy regarding smoking? I'm not sure I'd want to spend 4 days on a boat covered in smoke and filled with drug users.

Thank you
Don't go. It's a scam!

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