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  1. Health Concerns Carnival Cruise Line maintains the highest sanitation standard and we are committed to doing all we can to safeguard the health of our guests and crew.   In addition to aggressive public... Date Updated: 05/10/2018
  2. Medical Services Should a guest require medical attention while aboard one of our vessels, the Medical Center staff is available to assist 24 hours a day. The on board medical centers are staffed and equipped to... Date Updated: 06/26/2020
  3. Decorating Your Stateroom Door and Stateroom We recognize some of our guests like to decorate their staterooms and we, too, love seeing your creative decorations. However, for safety reasons, we must ask that you abide by the following... Date Updated: 07/02/2019
  4. Carnival Cruise Line Prohibited Items, Exemptions and Other Considerations Carnival Cruise Line prohibits weapons, illegal drugs and certain items that could interfere with the safe operation of its ships or compromise the safety and secure environment of its guests and... Date Updated: 09/23/2020
  5. Onboard Water Shipboard potable water (drinking, bathing, whirlpools, etc.) either comes from a shoreside water treatment plant or is generated on board from seawater via Reverse Osmosis systems or Evaporators... Date Updated: 08/12/2016
  6. Safety Briefing - Muster Station Drill In 2009, Carnival Cruise Lines implemented a new Safety Briefing, formerly referred to as the 'Boat Drill'. According to SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea), Chapter III, Regulations 19.2.2. and 19.2.3... Date Updated: 05/28/2015
  7. Cruise Ship Safety Features Carnival provides a safe and enjoyable vacation experience to nearly 4 million passengers a year and we can assure you that the safety of our guests and crew is our number one priority. Carnival’s... Date Updated: 05/28/2015
  8. Norovirus Norovirus is an extremely common and highly contagious virus which causes gastroenteritis. It is sometimes referred to as the '24-hour stomach bug'. The Centers for Disease Control estimates... Date Updated: 02/28/2019
  9. Facial Recognition Technology Does Carnival Cruise Line use Facial Recognition Technology?    Yes.  Carnival uses Facial Recognition Technology to make the embarkation and debarkation process faster and more... Date Updated: 06/26/2020
  10. Motion Sickness / Sea Sickness – What to Take How to Treat Motion Sickness If you experience motion sickness during your cruise, there are a number of ways you can treat your symptoms. You can also prepare in advance of your cruise and pack sea... Date Updated: 11/07/2019
  11. Code of Conduct We welcome you aboard and wish you a wonderful vacation on our vessel. We want every guest to have a truly enjoyable cruise experience. Therefore, please be considerate of your fellow guests while on... Date Updated: 08/04/2015
  12. Pool Safety Carnival Cruise Line is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable environment for all of our guests in all aspects of their cruise experience. This includes pool safety, which we have always taken... Date Updated: 08/29/2018
  13. Shipboard Staffing and Equipment / Medical Emergencies Medical Staffing and Equipment  In order to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for our guests, our medical centers meet or exceed the standards established by the Cruise Lines... Date Updated: 05/28/2015
  14. Detection and Treatment Plan for Bedbugs Bedbugs are small parasitic insects that are typically brought aboard cruise ships in guests’ luggage.   Carnival Cruise Lines has extensive procedures and protocols for the detection and... Date Updated: 10/17/2017
  15. Life Jackets Every Carnival ship contains a surplus of life jackets well above the total number of passengers and crew and above what is required by maritime law. Life jackets are located within passenger cabins... Date Updated: 06/26/2020
  16. Stateroom Safe For our guest's convenience and security, a safe is provided in every stateroom and is located in either a closet or a cabinet. The size of the safe may vary among the fleet -... Date Updated: 07/28/2020
  17. Security Access System All Carnival ships use a visual identification security access system to enable only authorized individuals to access the vessels.  This system records the movement of guests and crew who... Date Updated: 07/24/2017
  18. Visitors’ Policy Carnival has a " No Visitor " policy for the entire fleet. This applies to all ports of embarkation and ports of call. Guests sailing on our cruises will not be permitted to have visitors on board to... Date Updated: 05/28/2015
  19. Chewing Tobacco Chewing tobacco is permitted on board. Please be considerate of your fellow guests and dispose of properly.  Date Updated: 06/26/2020
  20. Policy for Children While at Youth Programs During Emergencies The Youth Staff will distribute wristbands to all children 12 years of age and younger. These wristbands will indicate your muster station in bold letters and must be worn at all times. As... Date Updated: 06/26/2020