You don't need a visa or ETSA to go on a Caribbean cruise as you can enter visa-free. Instead, you'll only need your passport. However, if you're going to be in transit or setting off from a US port, you must apply for an ETSA for entry to the United States.... read more ›
You're required to carry a valid passport, not expiring within six (6) months of the return of your cruise. Specific visas may be required for entry into some European, Asian, Australian and South American ports. Some must be obtained in advance; some can be obtained onboard.... read more ›
Please note: Royal Caribbean domestic sailings are all sailings originating and ending in ports located in the U.S., Canada and Mexico including Panama Canal sailings. All other sailings are considered to be international sailings.... read more ›
No, you are not required to pass through Immigration at every port of call on your cruise, as you will have already supplied us with your passport details on your Guest Information Form.... read more ›
Citizens may sail using their: Official US Birth Certificate and a supporting Government Issued Photo ID, like a driver's license or an identity card.... see more ›
Most Non-US Citizens holding a Valid US Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) DO NOT require a visa to enter the Bahamas for a stay of up to 90 days. Both documents (passport and green card) must be valid for at least 6 months. Cruise ship passengers who enter and leave the Bahamas by ship do not require a visa.... continue reading ›
U.S. citizens on closed-loop cruises will be able to enter or depart the country with proof of citizenship, such as an Enhanced Driver's License (EDL), a government-issued birth certificate (issued by the Vital Records Department in the state where he or she was born) or passport, and if 16 or older, a government ...... read more ›
If you take closed loop cruises (meaning your trip begins and ends at a U.S. port), you can sail to a variety of dreamy destinations as a U.S. citizen without a passport. For “closed-loop” cruises, U.S. citizens will need to provide: A boarding pass. A government photo I.D.... see more ›
International Cruise Ship/Ferry Passengers: You are permitted to visit Russian ports without a visa for a period of up to 72 hours.... continue reading ›
Citizens)? For US Sailings - U.S. Citizens may sail using their: Official US Birth Certificate and a supporting Government Issued Photo ID, like a driver's license or an identity card.... see details ›
If you are a US citizen, you can take a “closed-loop cruise” (one that begins and ends at the same port) to The Bahamas without a passport. Instead, you'll need to present another proof of citizenship such as a birth certificate and a government-issued photo ID.... continue reading ›
If you are not a U.S. citizen or an LPR, you will need a passport and/or the appropriate documentation based on the status you are seeking in the United States for any type of cruise, closed loop or not.... see details ›
Travelling without a visa
You can travel to the Caribbean parts of the Kingdom (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St Eustatius and St Maarten) without a visa if any of the following applies to you.... read more ›
U.S. citizens do typically need an e-visa to enter Turkey, but cruise ship passengers are permitted to come ashore without a visa for day visits by special arrangements. In short, you may visit Turkey on the day trip from your cruise ship without being in possession of your passport.... read more ›
If the cruise includes air travel to or from Canada, a valid, unexpired U.S. passport is required.
- U.S. Passport.
- Passport Card.
- State Enhanced Driver's License.
- Certificate of U.S. Naturalization.
- Native American Indians.