Traveling with Infants and Toddlers
Making Your Cruise Reservation
Cruise fares are per person which includes children and infants. When traveling with 2 full fare guests, additional guests in the same stateroom pay a discounted cruise fare. Children less than 2 years of age are not required to extend gratuities.
For all cruises (except Transatlantic, Hawaii, TransPacific and South America cruises), infant guests are required to be at least 6 months of age on embarkation day to be eligible to travel. For Transatlantic, Hawaii, Transpacific and South America cruises, infant guests are required to be at least 12 months of age on embarkation day to be eligible to travel.
Baby Food and Formula
We do not carry baby food or formula onboard our ships.
For your baby’s powdered formula, you may bring onboard nursery water or distilled water packed in your carry-on luggage. Distilled water may also be purchased onboard at $3.00 USD per gallon by contacting Room Service.
Food items brought onboard must be pre-packaged, unopened and cannot require any food preparation from the dining staff. Homemade items or pre-cooked foods will not be permitted onboard. All items will need to be stored in the stateroom; we are not able to provide food preparation, refrigeration or storage for personal food or beverage items.
If a guest needs to refrigerate breast milk, it is recommended you bring a cooler (no larger than 12" x 12” x 12”) and request ice from your Stateroom Steward. You may also store the breast milk in the refrigerator at the Guest Service Desk.
If breast milk is to be used post-cruise, you must alert the onboard Guest Service Desk so appropriate authorities may be advised.
Breast Feeding Policy
Nursing mothers have the right to breast feed in public or private areas and are not required to cover themselves while doing so. This policy is consistent with state law in 49 states in the U.S.
Diapers and Baby Supplies
We do not carry diapers and baby supplies onboard our ships.
High Chairs and Booster Seats
High chairs and booster seats are available in the dining rooms and restaurants.
Cribs (including sheets) are available for stateroom-use. When making your booking reservation, please indicate that a crib will be needed in your stateroom.
If you prefer to leave your stroller at home, single and double strollers are available for rent onboard (subject to availability) and may be used on the ship and in port. Strollers are collapsible with a roof/umbrella. Double strollers may not be available on all ships. For rental rates, click here.
Day Care and Babysitting
Please note that Camp Carnival and Camp Ocean are not day-cares and children under two years of age are not allowed to participate in the regular Camp Carnival and Camp Ocean programs. There are no exceptions to this rule. There are specific times on board each ship that this age group is welcome into the facility. To learn about the activities and policies for this age group, click here.
Toddlers, 2 to 5 years old may attend and participate in our Camp Carnival and Camp Ocean programs. To learn about the activities and policies for this age group, click here.
For the convenience of our guests, we offer Night Owls (babysitting) for children 6 months to11 years, allowing parents time to enjoy the nightlife without having to worry about their little ones. To learn more about Night Owls, click here.
Children who are not toilet trained (and those in diapers or swim diapers) are not allowed in any of the water facilities onboard, as per United States Public Health Services. Toilet trained children should be taken on frequent bathroom breaks. Water facilities include: kiddie pools, swimming pools, spray parks, WaterWorks, slides and whirlpools.
We provide clear and conspicuous signage to alert guests that lifeguards are not on duty and parental supervision is required for children at our pools. To read more about our Water Sports policies, click here.