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Can I bring oxygen on board?

Liquid Oxygen

Liquid oxygen can be carried on board our ships, providing this is arranged through our approved vendor OMEGA who can be contacted on:

01273308176 or via email: info@omegaoxygen.com (UK)

0017574811590 or via email: info@aeromedic.com (USA)

Please note that the ship's Medical Centre cannot refill oxygen or supply cylinders. You are responsible for renting / supplying enough equipment and supplies to last your entire holiday. It is likely only one cylinder can be stored in your cabin and the remainder elsewhere.

 

Oxygen Concentrator 

Oxygen concentrators can be taken on board our ships providing this is owned by the guest and not part of the NHS as the NHS no longer provide oxygen cylinders / concentrators for cruise travel.

Our Approved Vendor OMEGA will be able to assist you should you require this service on

01273308176 or via email: info@omegaoxygen.com (UK)

0017574811590 or via email: info@aeromedic.com (USA)

 

Oxygen Cylinders 

The only oxygen cylinders we have on board are for emergency use.

Should you require use of an oxygen cylinder for non-emergencies, you should arrange this yourself.

Our Approved Vendor OMEGA will be able to assist you should you require this service on;

01273308176 or via email: info@omegaoxygen.com (UK)

0017574811590 or via email: info@aeromedic.com (USA)

 

Flights

If you require additional oxygen on a flight please see Can I fly if I have a pre-existing medical condition, reduced mobility or any disability that requires assistance?

Additional Information

If a guest wishes to bring this on board please request a Medical and Mobility questionnaire via Polar Online. The guest will need to complete and return this prior to boarding, the questionnaire ensures we are aware of their needs prior to their cruise. 

Please login to Complete Cruise Solution and select "Book and modify tab" and then select the option on the left hand side for the "CCS Booking Engine User Guide and How to Guides.

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