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Old November 24th, 2013, 01:22 PM's Avatar is offline
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I'm really surprised your agent didn't tell you this when you booked it! As Mike stated, passports are mandatory and that should have been one of the first things your agent told you.

Luckily, in your case, you have plenty of time and it's not a big deal, but those who book later could encounter a problem if they're not aware of this.

I always suggest passports for all cruises even when they're not required as it's easier and should you ever need to fly back from a foreign port, it'll save you alot of time, hassle, and money.

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