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By Thomas ,
on 22 Mar
We do not fly. can we cruise to japan , from and back to the uk?.
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By howard, st helens
on 19 Mar
Are gratuities compulsory? is it true they expect you to pay by the...
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By Liberty64, Cumbria
on 20 Mar
Have noticed that fred has put up his drinks package prices from...
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This is a joke -right??
As the person asking the question, I can assure you I am not joking. I need to take my pets to Finland where they will be living. Some companies (e.g. Finnlines which sails from Germany to Finland) do take pets.
Aha. Another prime example of where the OP does not explain the situation thoroughly thus getting incorrect answers. Your question reads as 'can I take my fluffy kitten on a cruise' - to which the correct response is 'you are joking' (although Cunard do have kennels on their transatlantic cruises only this will not apply on Baltic itineraries). However if you had initially stated that you wanted to export your pets to Finland, then perhaps people would have responded advising the need for the pet passport and check with the ferry companies. It is all in the manner of asking you see.......
It is most unlikely. Check with the cruise company. I have never seen pets on board on many cruises.
Cunard have kennels on QE2
Where would the pets do thier toilet, I can just imagine it being done on deck while someone slips and falls on it ugh. I love pets but would not like to see them on a cruise ship .
Actually guide dogs are allowed on ships, and there are also dogs that are an 'alert mechanism' when their owners are about to have an attack. For these animals the ship will put out a square of turf about 4' by 4' on a secluded part of the deck, which the dog can p**p on, and then the p**p can be scooped up.