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Country Travel Requirements

Travel requirements vary by homeport country. Be sure you’re aware of both homeport country and Celebrity Cruises vaccine and testing requirements as they may differ.

US Travel Requirements

as of November 23, 2021

Galapagos Travel Requirements

as of November 16, 2021

 

Common Vaccine Questions

All crew and guests who are eligible to be vaccinated must be fully vaccinated with all initial doses administered at least 14 days prior to sailing. Youths who have received one dose of a vaccine (other than Johnson & Johnson) will not be considered fully vaccinated.

To comply with this requirement, documentation of full vaccination must be provided at the terminal as a condition for boarding. Celebrity Cruise will not accept any form of Certificate of Recovery. COVID-19 Booster Vaccine shots are not required to sail on Celebrity Cruises.

NOTICE: Proof of vaccination will be recorded and may be reviewed for signs of fraud. Unauthorized use of an official government agency seal such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seal is a federal crime, and will be reported to the relevant government authorities.

What vaccines are accepted?

Will I be considered fully vaccinated if my first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine is from one manufacturer and the second dose is from another?

If I’ve had Covid-19 and am recovered with a negative test result, but am not vaccinated, am I permitted to board with a Certificate of Recovery issued by my doctor?

If I lost my original vaccination card, but am able to show electronic proof of vaccination on a government sponsored site/app, will that be accepted as proof of vaccination?

Are photos or photocopies of the original vaccination card accepted as proof of vaccination?

Am I required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 to sail on Celebrity Cruises?

Are COVID-19 Booster Vaccines required to sail on Celebrity Cruises?