Cruise Tips

Facts You Should Know About Cruising 

  1. You need a passport to cruise (You may be need a visa too depending on the country you’re cruising to).
  2. You can shop duty-free.
  3. Your cruise ship ID card is your cabin key, your “credit card” on the ship and your port identification card.
  4. You can gamble (legal age is 21) in international waters.
  5. You will learn a safety drill in case of emergency before cruise is departed from port.

Tips: Preparing for a Cruise 

  1. Pack as much as you want since you are only going to unpack once.
  2. Don’t forget to complete your Online Check-in forms at least 30 days prior to your departure.
  3. Don’t forget to bring your passport, visa or permanent resident card and boarding pass to the cruise.
  4. Book your favorite activities online ahead of time (spa, shore excursion, specialty dining reservations).
  5. Don’t forget to arrange transportation to and from the pier.
Opportunities While Cruising 

  1. You can sign up for a cruise (either a Confirmed Booking or a Future Cruise Credit Deposit) before you disembark to:
    • Earn Free Onboard Credit on your future cruise!
    • Make a deposit for your future cruise at a Reduced Rate!