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EU Regulation 1177/2010 on maritime passenger rights, which enters into force on
Where strictly necessary, carriers, travel agents and tour operators may require that a disabled person or person with reduced mobility be accompanied by a companion to assist with personal care.
In these circumstances, a companion is entitled to travel free of charge on a timetabled passenger service such as a ferry. However, no such entitlement applies in relation to cruises. So a companion travelling on a cruise ship would need to be paid for.