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How Old Must I Be to go on a Cruise Vacation?


Although a cruise vacation may sound like the perfect spring break

getaway, there are some age restrictions. ShipOuts.com has

learned that most cruise lines require that any guest under

the age of 21 - must be traveling with a parent, guardian, OR

relative that is 25 years or older and also staying in the same

room (or joining/adjacent room). 


Most cruise lines will make an exception for legally married

couples or active duty members of the military even if under the age of 21

Expect to be asked for your documentation such as a marriage certificate or

active duty status. proper documentation.  Infants must be a minimum age to

sail, and each cruise line sets their own limit.  Carnival allows children as young

as 4 months, while Celebrity and many other require infants to be 6 months or

even 1 year on TransAtlantic and exotic cruise vacations.

 

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