Make sure you are aware of everything you need to board your cruise and also be aware of the laws in the ports that might affect you.
It happens all the time. Travelers are excited to get started on their relaxing cruise vacation, they arrive at the cruise terminal and they are denied boarding because they didn’t read the fine print before their departure. Maybe they are missing the proper documentation or didn’t even realize that they were in violation of one of the cruise line’s or even a port of call’s rules.
One way to avoid problems all together is to read through the cruise documentation that you are sent with your cruise confirmation. The terms & conditions always spell things out pretty clearly. If you still have any questions or concerns, contact your travel agent or the cruise line directly.
Top Reasons Travelers are Denied Boarding
In the Caribbean and Bermuda:
- U.S. citizens with only a driver’s license
- U.S. citizens with an expired passport (must be valid for 6 months after the end of your…
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