Generally, a future cruise credit (FCC) will expire after 1 year after it is issued. Sailing dates that future cruise credits can be applied to vary by cruise line.
If you rebook a cruise that is less expensive than the value of your future cruise credit, several cruise lines will allow the remaining balance to be used on another sailing, but it is best to consult with one of our travel agents to make sure you are maximizing the value before it expires.
Each guest on the original reservation will be issued their own future cruise credit. In most cases future cruise credits cannot be transferred to another person. It’s also important to note that they have no cash value. They must be used before they expire, or the value is forfeited.
You must speak with a travel agent to ensure that your future cruise credit is applied to your new booking so please call today if you need any assistance!
To access information per cruise line, visit Using a Future Cruise Credit and select your cruise line.