Due to new U.S. Customs and Border requirements for travel outside the U.S. guest must present proper documents at embarkation. For all guest traveling by air to any destination outside the U.S. a valid passport is required with 6 months validity after your return date to the U.S. Guest departing on a cruise from a U.S. port and returning to a U.S. port a state issued birth certificate and a government issued ID is acceptable. However we always recommend that guest traveling by cruise or air outside of the U.S. only travel with a valid passport. For more information visit www.travel.state.gov . Failure to have proper documents result in denied boarding.
New Homeland Security regulations for all cruises , now require all cruise lines submit a final departure manifest at least 60 minutes prior to departure. As a result of this new regulation, guest are required to provide cruise lines with registration information prior to embarkation and all guest must be on board 60 minutes prior to departure. To complete this information please click on your cruise line to begin your check in process, we recommend that you completed this information at time of deposit.
For questions please contact us at 770-729-1881.
We appreciate your assistance to fully comply with these new U.S. Government regulations to help make your cruise a enjoyable vacation