Bourbon Mobility puts the passenger experience at the heart of its concerns so that each transfer takes place in the best possible conditions. Find below all the information you need to better prepare your trip.

PREPARING YOUR TRAVEL

Prior your home departure, prepare your:

  • Visa
  • Country compulsory administrative documents 
  • Passenger compulsory offshore certificates (Medical ,BOSIET,…)
  • Traveler information documents, including contact list, specific security measures,…

LUGGAGE INFORMATION

Hand luggage shall be stored in appropriate shelves or compartments when available, or stored in front of passenger feet, under the seat. No hand luggage are authorized in alley ways, nor in front of any exit door. 

 

Passengers are allowed to embark with one checked luggage not exceeding 20 kg that shall be stored outside the cabin in dedicated bags and one single hand luggage authorized in the Surfer cabin if in conformance with the airline standard: 12kg 55cm x 35cm x 25cm

DURING YOUR TRAVEL

1. Stay hydrated

Drink a lot of water! 2 to 3 glasses of water every five hours is recommended. Minimise the amount of tea, coffee, and soda you drink. 

Please note that Bourbon Mobility only operates alcohol free vessels. Passengers are not allowed to carry or consume alcohol on board our vessels.

2. Wear appropriate clothes

For your safety, you must wear appropriate trousers, closed and non-slip shoes. Short sleeves or a T-shirt is allowed.

3. Get some sleep & relax

Wear an eye mask and ear plugs to sleep, keep calm and relax during your transit. Please note that ear plugs are only allowed in the cabin. During the passenger transfer ear plugs are strictly forbidden.

4. Be conscious of sea sickness

  • Take anti sea sickness tablets prior embarking as per maker recommendations.
  • Watch your consumption of foods and drinks, before and during travel. Heavy, spicy, or fat-rich foods may worsen motion sickness in some people. 
  • Avoiding strong food odors may also help prevent nausea.
  • Choose a seat at the center of the ship, generally experience less motion than passengers in higher or outer cabins.
  • Do not sit facing backwards from your direction of travel.
  • Do not read while traveling if you are prone to motion sickness.
  • When traveling by ship, it can sometimes help to keep your gaze fixed on the horizon or on a fixed point.
  • When available open the air vent located above of you.