Any passenger who is 31 weeks or more into her pregnancy when embarking will not be allowed to sail. Prior to departure, pregnant ladies who are 24 to 30 weeks must submit, prior to departure, a letter from her physician certifying gestational period and that the expecting mother is fit to sail.
While the Authorities may not ask to see this documentation, if they do ask, and the traveler does not have it, may be detained until the circumstances of the child traveling without both parents can be fully assessed.
Adults traveling with children should also be aware that, while the U.S. does not ask sometimes for this documentation, other countries may have a requirement and failure to produce notarized permission letters and/or birth certificates could result in travelers being refused entry.
*Balearia Caribbean LTD is not responsible for any person(s) denied boarding due to failure to produce the consent letter
To request consent letter Form, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Birth certificates are not accepted effective April 23, 2018
INFANT & CHILDREN TRAVEL CATEGORIES
- Children 2 years old and under travels free with an accompanying adult. (Pay only tax)
- Children 3 to 12 years old travels 50% off of the adult rates, excluding taxes.
- Children 13 years old and older regular rate
- Infants (0 - 6 months) may travel on board Balearia Caribbean. In the event of rough seas or inclement weather conditions, the Company may deny boarding of the infant at Company’s discretion.
- MINORS (under 18) traveling with an accompanying adult, who is not the minor's parent or legal guardian is required a parent/guardian notarized consent letter at the time of travel (signed by both parents) with copy of a photo ID.
Minors traveling with ONLY ONE of their parents ALSO require a notarized consent letter from the other parent not traveling, if this parent does not have the Consent Letter available, they must sign a Release Form, which is available at check in
If there is no second parent with legal claims to the child (deceased, sole custody, etc.) any other relevant paperwork, such as a court decision, birth certificate naming only one parent, death certificate, etc., would be useful.