HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
As previously announced, as of 2 March 2023, the requirement for pre-embarkation tests will no longer be in effect.
Starting from 12 February 2023 the protocols for boarding will be further simplified, allowing customers to better enjoy the cruise experience both on board and on land
MSC Cruises Health and Safety measures
Thanks to the recent relaxation of travel restrictions worldwide, we are glad to welcome all guests back on board our ships without any testing requirements or concerns about their vaccination status.
Please remember that it is the responsibility of each guest to ensure they meet the requirements of any country they may be traveling through before, during and after the cruise.
Royal Caribbean International
ΕMBARKATION REQUIREMENTS – VACCINATION & SAFETY
For All Voyages Departing On or After September 3, 2022: The line’s revised SailSafe base-level protocols for embarkation are as follows:
• Fully Vaccinated travelers aged 12 and older will not need to test to embark.
• Un-vaccinated travelers will need to present a negative, medically administered covid-19 test. Antigen and PCR test results may not be more than 72 hours old at the time of boarding.
• Travelers aged 11 and under are not subject to any cruise line vaccination requirements or testing protocols
• Fully Vaccinated travelers must meet the generally-accepted definition of “fully vaccinated” based on the destination they are embarking and/or traveling to and must provide proof of vaccination.
Travelers who cannot provide proof of vaccination will be able to travel but subject to any required testing protocols.