I believe the Celebrity Solstice class ships have real grass on deck....
The problem is if Bobby doesn't do it around the pool area, where will he do it? I honestly think your clutching at straws here. Cunard is/were offering a pet travel on Transatlantic's but I believe they were in a closed kennel type environment....I do wish you luck though........Wilba.
I suspect this is a wind-up.
So do really, but Heh Ho!!
Well you have my sympathies although I would not take my four legged friend with me on a ship I must admit that I am loathe to leave him for longer that 10/11 days consequently all my cruises inquiries are directed never more that 11 nights.
I suggest a ferry to the Isle of Wight. Lymington-Yarmouth is very pleasant, but it's not all inclusive and no drinks packages are available. There's no tipping, though!
I know of no ships that will accept dogs onboard apart from, I believe, Cunard who used to and probably still have kennels down below on the TransAtlantic run out of Southampton. I am not absolutely sure though. I have often looked but never seen a guide dog for the blind on any cruise I've been on. .... Neil.
Why do people take the mickey when someone asks a perfectly reasonable question ? Ignore these childish people, there IS a cruise line which allows dogs, it is called Thames Clippers, and sails from Greenwich. There are numerous dog-friendly ports of call, including an island which, apart from a large canary sanctuary in the middle, is entirely devoted to our canine friends. Enjoy.
Many thanks to a true friend but what is the Island called? Surely not the Isle of Dogs if it is I know you are also taking the mick. As mentioned above I have never been on a ship but I am informed that there are early morning walkers who walk around the circumference of the ship, I was hopeful they may be able to help with “walkies" I would provide them with a poop scoop and pay them as well.
Another dog friendly port of call is Labrador.