Q:  What is Royal Caribbean International's Fit to Travel policy?
A:  Fitness to travel can mean several things. In general, all guests must ensure that they are medically and physically fit for travel. This is stated in our Cruise Ticket Contract.

Guests on international sailings should be aware that inoculations may be required for some countries in order to be considered fit to travel. For more information, please see Inoculation/Health.

Guests who are pregnant and under 24 weeks of pregnancy must have a fit to travel note from their physician. For more information, please see Pregnancy.

Guests with a disability are not required to travel with another person as a condition for traveling on our ships. However, our personnel are not required to perform personal tasks (e.g. assisting with eating, dressing, toileting or lifting) and therefore, guest requiring assistance with these functions should consider these needs when making a booking. If there is a question regarding the guest's fitness to travel without personal assistance, this must be discussed with our Access Department. For more information see Fitness to Travel Safely.
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