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Old April 22nd, 2010, 12:37 PM
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We are group travelling to Alaska this summer:

Me, My hubby, and our 3 year daughter
My Best friend and her boyfriend
and my parents

My daughter will be staying in my parents room.

My questions - do I need to fill out the forms for parental consent?
The nice lady on the NCL phone line said no (because we (her parents), but I'm paranoid. I don't want to get there and not be allowed to board.

And what if me and my hubby are on a different excursion than my parents and our daughter? What then?
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It doesn't sound like you need one, but if it makes you feel better, go ahead and write one up and pack it, it couldn't hurt, especially if your daughter may be doing excurions with other family members and you are doing something else.
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We did the Conquest in March with our teen daughter and her friend. We had the friend's parents do a form but we never needed it.
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They most likely won't need it, but better to have it and not need it than to not have one and need it...
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since you are her parents you aren't divorced ( i assume) and you are all traveling together you should not run into any kind of problem. If there is any kind of form that needs to be signed when you embark the ship, the both of you will be present to sign it. In regards to the excursions, if your daughter goes with the grandparents and you and your hubby go on another excursion it might not be a bad idea to have a signed form for consent for medical treatment, all you need is to simply write up something saying that you give your parents (names) permission to have medical treatment for your daughter(her name) from date to date, sign it, have your parents sign it and then get it notarized
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