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Check your cruise line - some only take children over 12 months old. Surely you have a buggy that folds up to take with you?
The reply from Cooke is correct there are variations with Cunard it is 12 months but on some trips less; Royal Caribbean no restrictions; Carnival 4 months and NCL 6 months but you would be OK on all of these with some doubt over Cunard but the others I don't have information on but surely when you booked you give the information on the age of your child.
Bill if I can just correct a couple of things there, as I think you have picked up some 'old' info. Royal Caribbean & Carnival have changed the minimum age policy in the last 12 months. Infant must be 6 months at time of travel for European Cruises & 12 months for Transatlantic voyages, this also includes Hawaii & some other S American ports. This 6 & 12 month rule is now becoming pretty well standard across the companies ......Regards Wilba.
Thanks Wilba got the info from a website that covered the subject, but obviously they have not updated their data ... Bill.
Hi I have read your question and provided that you can travel with your little one you should have no problems, we have seen a lot of young babies on board cruise ships and most parents seem to have the buggy type prams with them so they collapse when you go into your cabin, we saw plenty of people going off the ships with their little ones as well and when we spoke to them they had enjoyed their day, so it can be done!! Just to warn you some of the ships will not allow babies even with swimming nappies on in the pools, they class it as a health risk, just thought that you would like to know that. Hope this help. From Rosemary.
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