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AnnaMona
July 11th, 2007, 09:47 PM
Can a 1 month old cruise?

chicagogirl08
July 11th, 2007, 10:07 PM
I looked into this when we first started looking at cruise lines. I know for Carnival the baby can be no younger then 4 months. I think Princess was 6 months. It depends on the cruis line. i can tell you that children pay the same amount as adults. My sister has two toddlers and they are paying adults prices:(

dcdiva
July 12th, 2007, 01:55 PM
Found this info online which is a useful guideline. But you should check directly with the cruise line for current rules and for any special rules that might apply to your particular sailing...

Carnival Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 4 months.

Celebrity Cruise Line
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Costa Cruise Line
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

Crystal Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months. Crystal reserves the right to limit all children under the age of 3 years.

Cunard Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age for Transatlantic and World cruises is 12 months. Minimum age for all other cruise regions is 6 months.

Disney Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 12 weeks.

Holland America Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 12 weeks.

Norwegian Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months.

Princess Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months on most itineraries. Certain exotic and lengthy itineraries may require the child to be 1 year old. Please check with Princess Reservation Dept. to confirm.

Regent (Radisson) Cruise Line
Infants: Minimum age is 6 months.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Infants: No minimum age requirement.

terryvet9
July 13th, 2007, 11:23 AM
My brother was married a few years ago on Royal Carribeans Rhapsody of the Seas. I took my son with me and he was 2 months old. No questions asked, he just had to be roomed with someone 25 or older, I was 23 at the time. So as far as booking rooms, we put him with my older brother and my sis in law with me. That was just for papers. My son and I stayed in our room.