Pregnant Women

Pregnant Women
Pregnant women of more than 6 months can only travel if they have a medical certificate authorizing their voyage, not older than 7 days from the departure day.
In case of complicated pregnancy, the medical certificate is necessarily required, no matter how many are the months of pregnancy.
However, embarkation is not allowed if the pregnant passenger will presumably have her baby within the following 7 days from the departure day or if she has given birth 7 days before it.
If the captain considers that a pregnant woman’s conditions are not good enough, he can deny her departure; in case the captain refuses a passenger’s embarkation for a justified reason, the carrier will just have to refund the cost of the ticket