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Old June 21st, 2011, 10:07 PM
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Entering Canada can be unpredictable sometimes. There is a rule that if you have a DWI / DUI conviction you can be prevented from entering. Many have entered despite having such convictions.

At the NCL website I found conflicting info....

"What about Documentation, Visas and Passports?
All guests must provide key personal information in advance of sailing. Click here for detailed travel documentation information before you complete your Online Check-In form.

Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, Alaska, Mexican Riviera, Or Canada & New England Cruises
For closed-loop sailings (cruises that depart from and return to the same U.S. port), you need a valid passport OR proof of citizenship and a valid government-issued photo I.D. (driver's license with a photo) OR any other WHTI compliant document. Proof of Citizenship examples include: an original or state certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate, certificate of U.S. naturalization, original certificate of U.S. citizenship, or a U.S. Consular report of your birth abroad.
For open-jaw sailings (cruises that depart from one U.S. port and return to a different U.S. port), you are required to carry a valid passport, U.S. passport card, U.S. or Canadian Enhanced Drivers License, as well as have in your possession all relative visas that pertain to your travel itinerary. Permanent residents of the U.S. are required to carry their valid ARC cards for boarding AND passport from their country of citizenship, if available.
Note: If you miss your ship at its scheduled U.S. departure port and need to travel outside the U.S. to meet your ship, or should you unexpectedly need to depart the ship from a foreign port prior to the end of sailing, a passport would be required to leave or re-enter the U.S. by air. To that end, NCL strongly recommends all guests to obtain a passport for their voyage on any NCL vessel. "

"Do Mexico citizens need a Canadian visa for the few hours we will be staying in Canada?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago by TOA
- HERMOSILLO, SON. MEXICO on Alaska
Answer 1 Contact Customer Relations for the specific information you need for that question. Their number can be found at the Contact Us link located at the top left of this page.
Answer 2 NO answered 1 year ago by ANAND
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