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Assistance dogs

Cunard accepts registered assistance dogs on board that have been specifically trained to assist a person with a disability and has been certified by an organisation that is a full member of Assistance Dogs International (ADI) or International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF), the accrediting bodies for assistance dog organisations worldwide.

Emotional support dogs are not recognised as an assistance dog by the above organisations and are not permitted on board. 

Assistance dogs may not be permitted ashore in certain ports of call, in line with current DEFRA regulations which apply in the UK. If you indicate within your questionnaire that you will be taking an assistance dog on board, we will forward on the relevant paperwork for you to complete and return to us with any supplementary information that is required. 

For further details on Travelling with an assistance dog, please use the following link

What information do I need to know when bringing my assistance dog on board?