I'm trying to pre-register online for the Carnival Miracle cruise on July 28, 2008 and I'm getting confused. Most of it seems self explanatory but they ask you for your permanent home address, which I have entered and then you are asked for a 'destination address'. What address are they asking for here? Your destination AFTER the cruise or your destination to get you ON the cruise to begin with??? I'm confused because it will only allow a U.S. address and I live in Canada so if they want your returning destination address, how do I enter my home address? I've tried clicking the box that says 'same as home address' and it keeps saying 'this is not a United States address'. So obviously it wants an address in the States, but WHAT address? Someone please help. I'm sure I'm panicking over nothing but my wife has entered her home address in the States in this area and I'm afraid now that she's entered the wrong thing as well. Can someone please help? Thanks!
I just looked at my resigtration info, and I don't see where it was asking for a destination address, however, it does sound familar that's why I went a looked.
You may have to contact Carnivals webmaster or someone from carnival who can troubleshoot.
I know I saw that somewhere but now I can't recall where. Sorry!
Friends of ours that live on a military base in Italy have a problem each time that they cruise. There address is a APO box. Carnival will not accept that. They just make up a address so that they can print out their fun pass and correct it when they got to the port. For some reason Carnival's web site will not accept APO addresses. But when you get to the port its no problem for them to put it in.
is that not the field you use if you are staying in the US after the cruise and not flying home driectly. If you are staying you'd put the address of the hotel or place you will be staying (like a family/friend home). If you are flying home immediately then don't worry...
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