In order to travel, you will be asked to show proof of your vaccination status which will also be checked against your photo ID at the terminal/airport prior to boarding.
This can be either in digital or printed format (a screenshot is fine) and must be an official certificate of vaccine status issued by your local health authority e.g. NHS England. Please visit your relevant NHS or local health authority website for full details of how to get an official record of your vaccine status in advance of your holiday (some authorities require up to 10 days to process applications to receive postal certificates).
The record card that is given out at the time of vaccination will not be accepted as proof of your vaccination status. Unfortunately, failure to provide proof of vaccination at the terminal/airport will result in denial of boarding at your own expense.
Please visit the following websites for more information on the acceptable formats for proof of vaccination.
Cruise lines accept the digital or printed version of the NHS England COVID-19 pass. Please check the vaccination policy and requirements specific to the cruise line you are travelling with by visiting its website (Covid-19 section).