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Questions related to Medical & Safety

No. At present, Royal Caribbean cannot offer any travel insurance policies to guests.
For any medical advice, please consult your doctor prior to boarding. Your location onboard and proximity to the water can help reduce the effects of seasickness. The lower you are to the water line, and the closer you are to the centre of the ship, ...
Should you get sick onboard, you will need to visit the medical facilities. The ship’s doctor will diagnose the illness and advise accordingly. Guests treated on board may request copies of their medical records by sending an email to RoyalCustomerSe...
Licensed doctors and nursing staff are available onboard all Royal Caribbean International ships. We have a minimum of one fully licensed physician, and a minimum of two licensed nurses onboard every ship. Nurses are also available after hours. Medic...
Please complete the Special Needs Form to request a sharps container at least 30 days prior to departure.
Pregnant guests cannot be entering, or have entered, the 24th week of pregnancy on the first day of their planned cruise or cruise tour. Guests will be required to fill out a Public Health Questionnaire at the pier attesting they have not entered the...
Yes. All drinking water is either distilled from seawater or loaded onboard while the ship is in port. Royal Caribbean adheres to Vessel Sanitation Program standards published by the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS).
The number of life-saving craft varies on each class of ship. All our ships have sufficient survival craft for everyone on board, plus additional capacity in reserve, per regulatory requirements.
We make every effort to accommodate our guests' dietary requirements whenever possible. We can accommodate a variety of dietary needs including food allergies, gluten-free, Kosher, low-fat, and low-sodium. If you have any dietary requirements please ...
A muster drill is a mandatory exercise held 30 to 60 minutes prior to departure, to familiarise all guests and crew with the “muster station” where they are to assemble in the unlikely event of an emergency. All guests must attend, even if you’ve sai...
Guests should not bring life jackets to the muster drill. In the unlikely event of an emergency, crew members will provide guests with life jackets at the muster stations.
Announcements for the guest assembly drill are made in English, or the official language of the vessel. The announcements are made in additional core languages when we have large numbers of guests onboard who do not speak English.
If you are dependent on oxygen or require oxygen therapy, you must supply your own oxygen, and meet certain requirements prior to boarding. Please indicate your needs by submitting a Special Needs form. All types of oxygen are permitted onboard. Plea...
In the unlikely event that main electrical power source is lost, we have emergency generators that provide back-up electricity.

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