pets  travel


Question by  pragadishw (15)

What are some cruise ships that allow pets?


Answer by  Joni (116)

The Queen Mary 2, a transatlantic cruise ship operated by Cunard and a replacement for the Queen Elizabeth 2, is currently the only one which allows pets aboard.


Answer by  mannersandsuch (1796)

Almost all cruise ship allow service animals, generally if a cruise ship is in international waters it defiantly will not allow pets because it can't allow you to the bring the pets back into the US.


Answer by  traveler (34)

Cunard's QE2, Queen Elizabeth II allows pets. They stay in the kennel that is on the Sun Deck of the cruise ship. Kennels can be used for cats, dogs and other small animals. Food is provided and a shielded open-deck area is available to exercise pets. Animals are not permitted on any other open deck, public area or stateroom.


Answer by  brooklyn (374)

The only cruise ship I can find to accept pets is Cunard. The reason for this is that cruise ships travel to other countries with strict policies on animals.


Answer by  near2land (493)

If you are traveling with your pet and want to do so on a cruise, first check with your travel agent to determine travel accommodations for pets if allowed, and any restrictions your may encouter during the trip. Secondly, ask your vet if the length of the trip and the destination are appropriate for your pet.


Answer by  Bronagh (666)

The vast majority of cruise ships do not allow pets for a variety of reasons. Occasionally you can find a pet-themed specialty cruise; ask your travel agent for help.


Answer by  Anonymous

my 31/2 pound registered service dog is a Therapy Dog used for a panic disorder. I cannot travel without her and she must sleep in the cabin with me. She is licencsed .

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