I will be traveling with my 17 yr old daughter, my husband will not be traveling with us. I am told by Princess that my husband needs to type a letter giving consent for her to travel with me and have it notorized. I'm told there isn't a "standard" form to complete, just a personal letter. I don't want to get to the ship and have them deny her boarding. Any advice wil be greatly appreciated.
When we cruised on the Golden in February there was a printed consent to travel form included in our cruise documents that both my husband and i had to sign even though our son was traveling with us. I think it came from the travel agency but not sure. A notarized signed letter from your husband giving consent is all that is required at this point.
Frank - I would think if you are going from one US state to another, with no stops at another country inbetween, this shouldn't be an issue...unless a divorce decree/custody agreement specfically states that you cannot take the child out of the state he/she currently resides in. Even so, they wouldn't be looking for a document, there were just be possible legal reprecussions.