Question: Can A Service Dog Go On A Cruise Ship?

Service dogs are permitted to accompany the person with a disability in all public areas, including dining venues.

While in public areas, service dogs must be on a leash, harness or other restraining device.

Guests may bring a reasonable quantity of food and bowls for the dog onboard the ship at no additional charge.

Can a dog go on a cruise ship?

Only one of the major lines allows passengers to cruise with pets, and even that’s just on one ship during select sailings. But don’t despair, pet-lovers: There are plenty of ways for you to combine a cruise with your affinity for fur babies.

Can service dogs go on Carnival cruise ships?

Carnival Cruise Lines only permits service/working dogs onboard, a working/service dog is legally defined and is trained to meet the disability related need. We do not allow guests to sail with therapy/companion dogs or service dogs in training.

Can you bring an emotional support animal on a cruise?

Federal regulations allow some disabled passengers to fly with their service animals, and the Air Carrier Service Act allows for those with mental-health issues to travel with an ESA free of charge if it helps alleviate anxiety.