Pre-departure Information - Celestyal Cruises

6 Travel documents Travel Documents need to be valid for the duration of the cruise. You will need up to date identification cards or passports and Schengen visa with necessary number of entries depending on your nationality and on your itinerary. We recommend you travel with a passport that will still be valid at least six months past your cruise date. If you are travelling with a national ID card, please note that you can only enter Turkey as a citizen from one of the following countries: • Belgium • Germany • France • Italy • Lichtenstein • Luxembourg • Malta • The Netherlands This travel document information is not exhaustive and only intended as guidance - some terms may be changed by local authorities without our knowledge. We strongly suggest you double check before you travel by contacting the embassies of the countries you will visit during the cruise, to make sure you take the correct documents and visas nationality. US, Canadian and most European citizens do not require a visa to travel on our itineraries. Please be informed that if you do not have all the correct paperwork you are likely to be denied entrance/embarkation by the authorities and refunds are not available in the event of documentation being incomplete or invalid. If any minor is travelling with one parent only during the cruise, the written consent of the second parent is required on a document certified and notarially legalized by a public legal authority. If a minor is travelling without any of his/her parents escorting him/her during the cruise, the parental consent of each parent is required. This document will be required by the Greek Passport Control Authorities in the last port prior to any non- Schengen port (exit from Schengen territory). Passport Control Authorities reserve the right to ask passengers to interrupt their cruise or deny their boarding, if the parental consent is missing. Travel documents for three Continents cruise “In order to participate in this cruise, you must carry a valid passport that will still be valid for at least six Contact email: [email protected] months after your trip finishes. No identification cards (IDS) are accepted. Such as with the Schengen visa requirements for those nationalities requiring one, you need to check possible visa requirements for Egypt, Israel, Cyprus and Turkey. Contact the relevant local Embassies in your country of residence to do so. Travel insurance Guests are strongly advised to take out appropriate travel insurance for the entire duration of Guest’s holiday to cover Guests for inter alia against: loss and/or damage to luggage; delay, curtailment and/or cancellation of the holiday (whether by the company/ supplier or the guest), including for reasons due to COVID 19; illness, medical treatment (including without limitation for COVID 19); death or personal injury, repatriation. It is strongly recommended that guests ensure that the insurance policy covers them sufficiently from the time their holiday has been confirmed as booked to the end of their holiday. If you have not applied for your own travel insurance you may contact Alianz Global Assistance at the following details: 24 hour Claims Administration Centre: +30 210 99 26 926 Email: [email protected] What not to pack For security reasons, the following items and substances are strictly forbidden on board our ships. Any items found on guests or in luggage will be held by local authorities, who may proceed with further investigations. These items include: • Firearms & Ammunition, including replicas. • Sharp Objects, including all types of swords, knives and scissors. (Note: Personal grooming items such as safety razors are allowed. Scissors with blade length less than 4 inches are allowed.) • Illegal Drugs & Substances • Items that generate heat or produce an open flame. This includes candles, Incense, Coffee Makers, Clothes Irons, Travel Steamers & Hot Plates and any other item that may create a fire hazard. Matches and normal lighters are allowed onboard. However “”torch lighters”” and novelty lighters that look like guns are not allowed onboard. Torch lighters emit a powerful concentrated flame, and therefore are prohibited. • Portugal • Spain • Switzerland • Greece • Poland • Hungary • Bulgaria Before you leave home