Travel with oxygen

Cruise Lines oxygen policy

To help you out we did a research on cruise lines and their supplemental oxygen policy.

Below you will find a list of Cruise Lines, members of CLIA*, that have information in their websites regarding the supplemental oxygen use during their trip.

Click on the cruise line and you will be transferred directly to their relative page. (Cruise lines that don’t have any relevant information online are not mentioned below).

*Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world’s largest cruise industry trade association, providing a unified voice and leading authority of the global cruise community.

Global cruise lines supplemental oxygen policy:

1) Azamara Club Cruises

2) Carnival Cruise Line

3) Celebrity Cruises

4) Crystal Cruises

5) Cunard Line

6) Disney Cruise Line

7) Emerald Waterways

8) Holland America Line

9) MSC Cruises

10) Norwegian Cruise Line

11) Oceania Cruises

12) Paul Gauguin Cruises

13) Princess Cruises

14) Regent Seven Seas Cruises

15) Royal Caribbean International

16) Seabourn

17) Silversea Cruises

European Regional Cruise Lines supplemental oxygen policy

18) A-ROSA

19) Amadeus by Luftner

20) Hapag Lloyd Cruises

21) P&O Cruises UK

22) Pullmantur

Australasia Regional Cruise Lines supplemental oxygen policy

23) APT Group

24) Dream Cruises

25) Ganges Voyager

26) Travelmarvel

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