I'm going on a cruise in a few weeks. I am American, flying to London. It leaves from Southampton, UK, then to Brugges, a port in Germany, Talinin, Estonia, St. Petersburg, Russia, then Stockholm, Helsinki, and Copenhagen. I would love to take my Inspire with me but I'm not sure it is worth the hassle. I have been trying to research where it is legal to fly in these areas and I am finding the information difficult to decipher and confusing. Even in England it is difficult for me to understand all of the rules. I checked out the CAA website but was unable to figure out if I need a special license to fly in the UK. I was able to discern that it is illegal to fly above people over populated areas. I have searched the site multiple times (I'm sure someone will reply that the information is already on this website...), but I am unable to clearly figure out if I could fly in some of the areas and port regions to get some reasonably cool video. I would like some videos in port, and I of course would not expect to keep the drone in my cabin on the ship, but have it held by the crew, like they hold alcohol, until I was in port. I have seen people post that they have talked to the cruise lines and some have obtained permission to bring the drone aboard, but most cruise lines have a no drone policy. The trip has some amazing scenery, but I really don't want to spend my vacation fighting with people and worrying about whether I am going to get in trouble, so I am considering just bagging it. Any thoughts?