Celebrity Cruises® accommodates guests with medical conditions that require the use of dialysis or oxygen. Please contact us to discuss
policies and procedures for bringing equipment on board for these
Guests requiring continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis are welcome on board all Celebrity Cruises® vessels; however, we are unable to assist or administer hemo-dialysis treatments. Guests using self-administered hemo-dialysis equipment are welcome to sail under certain requirements; contact our Access Department for details. Guests requiring physician assisted dialysis may make arrangements by contacting Dialysis at Sea at 0844 995 1214*. Dialysis at Sea specializes in the treatment of hemo-dialysis care while onboard select Celebrity sailings. Trained doctors and nurses provide dialysis equipment and supplies.
Celebrity Cruises® cannot accept guests who will be more than 23 weeks pregnant at any time during the cruise or Cruisetour. All guests are required to sign a health questionnaire upon check-in to ensure they are aware of our pregnancy policy. If you have already booked a cruise or Cruisetour and do not meet this requirement, please contact your travel advisor or call us at 1-888-283-7275 and request a resolution agent.
All types of oxygen cylinders are permitted on board. Please notify us as to quantity, type, and delivery schedule. Although storage policies differ among ships in our fleet, you will be permitted to keep some or all of your oxygen cylinders in your stateroom.
If your medical condition has not been addressed here, please contact us regarding policies and procedures that may affect your cruise experience.
Phone: (0)1932 834194
or have your local travel agent contact us.
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