Cruise travel insurance covers medical and dental emergencies at sea, but many cruise passengers don't want to spend additional money on such coverage. Before you travel out of the country, it is important to review your health coverage to see if it includes medical expenses incurred while you are not in the United States. In addition, find out if emergency transportation is included to get you to the nearest hospital. If you do not have coverage for these circumstances, cruise insurance can give you peace of mind in knowing you will be taken care of if you get sick or injured while at sea.
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