Passengers with special needs
The main information that may be useful to those with particular health concerns.
- I'm pregnant: can I travel?
- I'm a passenger that needs assistance. What do I have to do?
- Can I travel with a car not registered in my name on a non-Schengen route?
I'm pregnant: can I travel?
Pregnant women in their sixth month of pregnancy or more who have not experienced complications must be in possession of a medical certificate attesting to their suitability for a journey at sea, which must be presented to ship's officers on request. In other cases, pregnant passengers must be in possession of a medical certificate authorising their journey irrespective of their month of pregnancy. For more information - please see our General Conditions for Passenger Transport.
I'm a passenger that needs assistance, what do I have to do?
For further information please refer to GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR THE TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS
Can I travel with a car not in my name on a non-Schengen route?
You must be in possession of a letter of authorisation written in French with a notarised signature.
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