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|What does my cruise rate include?
Ship accommodations for the cruise, as reserved and paid for. Ocean transportation and all meals, services, and entertainment on board.
Do I need to reconfirm my flight?
|Do I need a passport or visa?
For embarkation and re-entry into the U.S. at Los Angeles, Miami, New York or San Juan, U.S. citizens and Canadian Citizens who are not alien residents of the U.S. must carry documentary proof of citizenship, such as passport, certified birth certificate, certified naturalization documents or a valid voter's registration card, together with a current driver's license. Alien residents who are permanent residents of the U.S. require Alien Registration Cards (from I-551). It is the passenger's responsibility to check with government agencies, embassies or consulates to determine documentary requirements for embarkation and re-entry into the U.S. In some instances, aliens are also required to have sailing permits. Please check with your local Immigration Office. In addition, alien residents of the U.S. may be required to have visas to enter some countries visited, such as Martinique. It is the passenger's responsibility to check with respective embassies or consulates. Foreign passenger's must be in possession of a valid passport and multiple entry B-2 (visitor) visa. There can be no refund if passenger is denied boarding by U.S. Immigration officials for lack of proper documents. If you leave the ship in a Mexican port and do not reboard for the return to Miami, Acapulco or L.A., you must carry a valid Mexican tourist card, available from any Mexican consulate. Or a visa from any French consulate if leaving Martinique. Before leaving home, please sign and complete the appropriate landing in your ticket envelope. These will be collected at embarkation. Ask you travel agent for immigration requirements in other ports.
|Do I need a vaccination?
As of March 1999, no vaccinations were required for any destinations in the site. But, please check with your health office at least two weeks before sailing.
What to pack?
Can I phone home?
What Happens ashore?
|How much can I buy, without taxes?
U.S. citizens are allowed $400 of duty free merchandise (retail prices); those over age 21 may include one quart of liquor and 200 cigarettes. U.S. residents returning from the U.S. Virgin Islands are permitted $800 in foreign purchases, duty-free, provided the liquor, plus $400 in merchandise, is purchased in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Canadian Citizens are allowed $150 of duty-free merchandise, including up to 40oz. of liquor and 200 cigarettes, once each calendar year. No fresh fruits, meat products, fresh milk products, plants or tortoise shell products, please.
|Price Protection Policy.
Book now to lock in the lowest rate! Cruise Lines often change thier rates. If the Cruise Lines lower thier rates your rate will be adjusted accordingly. May not apply to all group bookings.
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