Special Cruise Pricing
Q:  Are there special prices for firefighters or police officers?
A:  It is important that at least one guest per stateroom be eligible to be considered in compliance with a discounted price programme. It is also important to note that non-compliance of the restricted price programme terms will result in the reservation being re-priced to the lowest available fare for that particular day. Furthermore, you will be responsible for paying for any differences immediately, otherwise your boarding rights will be denied.

To qualify for a police/fire department rate, an individual must qualify under the following:
  • At least one guest in the stateroom must be an active, retired or volunteer employee of a local or state fire department or Emergency Medical Services (EMT-Emergency Medical Technician) in the United States or Canada. Qualified guests must present valid proof of employment (badge or ID) plus a second form of identification when boarding the ship. The offer is not valid where restricted by applicable law.
All guests travelling in the same stateroom are eligible to receive the police/fire rate. No additional staterooms, other than the one that is occupied by the qualified person are eligible for the police/fire rate. Spouses, parents, in-laws, children or other family members or friends are not eligible for the rate without the eligible person occupying the stateroom.
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