Tickets and travel documents
Your tickets and all travel documentation will be sent to you 21 days before your departure date. Be sure to check the details carefully and contact us if you have any queries.
We recommend you photocopy all documents relating to your trip, placing them in a safe place. On your day of departure, be sure to place your tickets, passport, traveller's cheques and any credit cards in your hand luggage or on your person - plus any required medication. Any luggage labels for your return journey will be issued to you.
Passports and visas
For all British citizens resident in the UK a current 10-year passport is required, valid within six months following your trip.
Passport application forms can be obtained from the Post Office, but be sure to leave plenty of time for your application to be processed.
We will obtain any necessary visas required for your trip free of charge unless an extra charge is imposed by the relevant authorities.
For further information about passports and visas, call us FREE on 0800 300 432 between 9.30am and 5pm Mondays to Fridays. If you are outside the UK call us on +44 1303 771111. Charges will apply.
Health facilities, hygiene and disease risks vary across the world. We will inform you of any required vaccinations applicable to countries on your trip. For more specific health needs, your doctor will be able to advise you. We recommend any consultation takes place at least 12 weeks prior to departure. Specialist vaccination centres are also available.
Further travel health advice can be found on www.fitfortravel.scot.nhs.uk ‘Saga’s Guide to Comfortable Air Travel’ will be sent with your documents.
Consider packing comfortable, casual attire for the daytime - taking into account the time of year you are travelling and the climate of your destination.
If you are travelling to Scandinavia, Iceland, the Baltic or the North Cape, you should pack warm clothing. For the Mediterranean or tropics however, light cotton clothes are ideal. Flat, practical shoes are a must as well as a light, waterproof jacket for shore excursions. Rubber-soled shoes are also recommended for deck games. Sunglasses, sunscreen and a sun hat are also essential.
Some countries and cultures require visitors to cover up when visiting religious sites and monuments. On these occasions short, sleeveless tops and swimwear are not appropriate.
Evenings aboard Quest for Adventure have a dress code. For further information please see the Life on Board leaflet dispatched with your booking confirmation.
Download Quest Life on the Ocean Wave for useful information about your Adventure cruise.
If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us free on 0800 300 432.