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Explore flexible cancellation policies and enhanced health and safety protocols

The wait is over! The cruise lines have been approved to sail from the U.S. beginning in June, resulting in a variety of recently announced, brand-new summer itineraries. Book worry free with flexible cancellation policies, and know that if your plans change, our Travel Experts are here to help. Be sure to review new health and safety protocols — including vaccination requirements — prior to booking.

Page last updated: June 11, 2021
Before Your Cruise
Payment and Cancellation Flexibility

Most cruise lines have relaxed their payment and cancellation policies to give you more flexibility when planning your vacation. Policies vary by cruise line, but many include the ability to cancel up to 48 hours prior to departure, full refunds if you cancel within a certain timeframe, and Future Cruise Credits (FCCs) for the full price of your original cruise (or higher) that can be used toward a different sailing.

Health and Safety Requirements Before You Go

Each cruise line has specific health and safety requirements you must meet in order to cruise. This may include a mandatory pre-boarding health screening, requiring all adult guests be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and/or proof of negative test result (in addition to proof of vaccination). Requirements for guests under the age of 18 vary by cruise line.

Health and safety protocols are continually being evaluated and updated as public health standards evolve. Make sure to check out our Help Center and view the policies below for more information specific to each cruise line, ship, and destination. However, cruise lines reserve the right to make changes to their protocols at any time, and it is your responsibility to review the latest health requirements issued by the cruise line before you board your cruise.

Travel Safety Verified Experts

Every Frontier Cruises Travel Expert is here to help you plan the getaway of your dreams. That’s why they have undergone a comprehensive, multi-phased Travel Safety training. This ensures that they’re up to date on the newest protocols in place with the cruise lines and airlines, travel protection policies, healthy travel best practices, and key scenarios you may have questions on.

Learn more about the training

On Your Cruise
A New Cruise Experience

Even with updated protocols, your cruise experience will still be a boatload of fun — and in some ways, it may be even more enjoyable than ever. You can expect:

  • More space to spread out due to reduced capacity on board
  • Virtual muster drills (so much better than before)
  • Spaced out dining tables, served buffets, and contactless food and beverage service
  • Freedom in shore excursions and port exploration
  • Access to onboard activities including pools, spas, interactive experiences, and more

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)