The Passenger shall present himself for boarding at least two (2) hours before scheduled departure to complete any pre-boarding procedures and security inspections. For security reasons, the Passenger agrees that agents of the Company may search the Passenger, his cabin, his luggage, and any accompanying property. The Company shall have the right to confiscate any articles carried or contained in any luggage which the Company, in its sole discretion, considers dangerous or pose risk or inconvenience to the security of the Cruise Ship or persons on board. Passengers are prohibited from bringing on board any alcoholic beverages, articles which pose a fire hazard, or articles that can be used as a weapon, explosives, illegal or dangerous goods. The Company reserves the right to search any person, cabin, berth or other part of the Cruise Ship for security reasons at any time.
The Passenger shall comply with any governmental travel requirements, laws or regulations for all ports of call on the Cruise Ship's itinerary for both Immigration, Customs and Vessel Security purposes. All Passengers must present for inspection the Ticket and Contract, a valid Passport and any visa, entry or exit permit, required by any port on the Cruise Ship's itinerary. Passenger is responsible for checking with the embassy or consulate for every country to be visited on the planned itinerary to determine what visas, travel documentation or health certifications are necessary. The Company reserves the right to deny boarding to any Passenger who lacks the necessary proof of citizenship or other required travel documentation valid for the entire duration of the scheduled voyage. Guest who fail to have the required documents will be denied boarding and such guests shall not be entitled to any refund nor shall MSC Cruises have any further liability to such guests. For your safety and convenience, Passengers are advised to check with the U.S. Department of State or their local government to review any travel advisories which may have been issued for any ports on the cruise itinerary.
The Passenger shall pay in full all charges for goods and services incurred, or incurred by the Company on his behalf, before the end of the Voyage.
Reservations can be made and accepted through any travel agency. In order to secure a confirmed reservation, a deposit is required. Final payment is due no later than 90 days prior to sailing or by option date if booking within 90 days of sailing. To avoid cancellation, the deposit or final payment must be received in MSC's office by the option date given at time of booking. Option dates can vary from one to seven days from booking date depending on sailing demand. In a few rare instances immediate payment by credit card may be required to confirm your reservation.
World Cruise 2019: Final payment is due no later than 90 days prior to sailing. A 15% non-refundable deposit is due within 7 days of making a booking.
World Cruise 2020 and forward: Final payment is due no later than 120 days prior to sailing. A 15% non-refundable deposit is due within 7 days of making a booking.
If the Ticket has been purchased through any travel agent, tour company, group, organizer traveling companion, or booking representative ("the Agent"), the Passenger authorizes the Company to give any notices and to pay any refund owed to the Passenger to the Agent on his behalf. The failure of the Agent to pay the full Fare to the Company is considered a breach of Contract by the Passenger when the Ticket has been purchased through an Agent. Such Agent shall be deemed in all respects to be the Agent of the Passenger and not of the Company.