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What is the minimum age to travel?

Cunard cannot accept any child under the age of six months as a guest. We are unable to accept infants less than 12 months on any Full World Cruise, Exotic Cruises or Transatlantic Crossings.

Children pay the applicable adult per person fare when travelling as a first or second guest.

Infants aged between six months and two years accommodated as a third or fourth guest in a stateroom travel free on board.  A nominal fee may be charged for infants between the ages of six months and two years travelling where transfers, hotel stays and air travel are involved, which we will discuss with you at the time of booking.

Guests aged two to 17 years of age travelling as a third or fourth guest in a stateroom pay the full fare less the relevant third or fourth person discount.

Please note that children under the age of 16 are not permitted to travel in a stateroom without an accompanying guest who is aged 16 or over. Please see What is the minimum age a child can occupy a cabin to themselves?.

Children aged six months (or 12 months as detailed above) to 23 months are classed as infants.
Children aged two years to 17 years are classed as children.
Those aged 18 years or over at time of travel are classed as adults.

There is no maximum age to travel.

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