Getting There

What is the age requirement for Holy Ship?
To sail on Holy Ship! you must be 21 years or older at the time of the event. Guests cannot turn 21 years old during the event.
What documents do I need to sail with Holy Ship!?

As you will be traveling outside of the country and visiting foreign countries, we advise that all passengers carry a valid Passport when attending Holy Ship! Passengers without passports can use an original birth certificate (no photocopies - must have a raised seal) and a photo ID to board the ship (and you will be allowed to leave the ship to visit the ports of call). Be advised, passengers MUST have a valid passport to disembark early.  All foreign travelers should check with their local authorities to confirm that you have the appropriate travel documents required. Click here for a complete explanation of the travel documentation required to attend Holy Ship! 

Is airfare included in the cost of the cabin?
No. All passengers are responsible for booking their own airfare.
Where does Holy Ship! leave from and when can we board?
In 2017 we will be leaving from Port Canaveral, the largest cruise port in the US. Port Canaveral is located about 45 minutes east of Orlando, Florida so you'll want to be sure to allow enough time for traveling. 

Embarkation is 1:00- 5:00 PM on the day of departure. You must be at the port no later than 5:00 PM in order to be permitted onboard the ship.
Which airport should I fly into for Holy Ship!?
The closest airport is Orlando International Airport (MCO) and is located 45 minutes west of Port Canaveral.
What is the benefit of flying in a day early?
We strongly recommend flying in a day early, especially if flying from cold weather states. This will allow you to attend the PRESHOWS! as well as avoid any delays/missed flights that could prevent you from sailing on Holy Ship!

You can take advantage of our partner hotels as well! Check back for more information later in the spring!
When should I schedule my return flights?

If scheduling flights from Orlando for the day the ship returns, Norwegian recommends booking a flight that departs after 1:30 PM to allow enough time to get off the ship and pass through customs. Neither NCL nor Holy Ship! can be held responsible for anyone who misses a flight. Book flights at your own risk.

Are there any discounted deals on hotels?
Check back later this Spring for more details.