Costa Special Needs Information
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Passengers who have a physical or mental disability or any medical
condition that may require treatment or special accommodations during
the cruise must report same to CCL IN WRITING AT THE TIME RESERVATION
IS MADE. This information will be forwarded by CCL to the ship’s
doctor for review
Failure to provide such information prior to sailing may require Costa
Crociere to cancel your reservation, assessing any applicable cancellation
penalties if sufficient time is NOT provided to make an adequate assessment
of the medical condition or any special accommodations or other requirements
necessitated by such disability or condition.
Costa Crociere reserves the right to revoke or refuse passage to anyone
who may, in the sole judgment of the ship’s doctor, require
treatment, care or accommodations beyond that which the ship’s
facilities can reasonably or readily provide, or whose mental or physical
condition may make them unsuitable for or incapable of a cruise voyage
due to the limited facilities onboard or may create an unreasonable
risk of injury or harm to the passenger or others.
An infirmary, staffed by a physician and nurse, is available during
certain hours. The doctor is authorized to make customary charges
when treating passengers.
Costa Crociere and its authorized representatives shall assume no
responsibility whatsoever, nor be liable for any consequence arising
from the failure of the passenger and/or the travel agent to provide
such information. By accepting a passenger with a physical or mental
condition or disability, Costa Crociere assumes no liability for such
passenger beyond that assumed for any other passenger as provided
in this brochure and the Passage Ticket Contract. All passengers are
subject to all the limitations and terms and conditions set forth
in the Passage Ticket Contract.