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  1. Absolutely - we are sooooo looking forward to this trip! Hope you all have a great time as well!
  2. Thanks for the answers, and easing my worries. It's unfortunate that so many web sites have conflicting information about this. I did find the official St Kitts tourism site that doesn't say anything about a 6-month expiry: https://www.stkittstourism.kn/plan/faq even though many other sources said otherwise.
  3. Hi all. First time cruiser and first time poster. We are Canadians booked on Harmony of the Seas May 15th, out of Florida; with stops at CocoCay, St. Thomas and St. Kitts/Nevis. One member of our party has a Canadian passport that expires in 4 months. He also has an enhanced drivers license, and a Nexus card. RCI says they will allow him to board the ship with either the enhanced drivers license, or the Nexus card, since his passport expires in only four months. Note that we have uploaded the passport in the app and it looks like they accepted it with the 4 month expiry. Questions: 1. Can I be 100% certain they will allow him to board the ship? 2. Will he be allowed to disembark at CocoCay/Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Kitts/Nevis? Most web sites agree (although I'm finding some mixed information) that these destinations require a six-month passport. Do they waive this rule for closed-loop cruises? Or will he have to stay on the ship? Since we've never been on a cruise before, I'm not sure how ports of call work - is there a big lineup at the dock while local officials check your documents, or is it done in advance, and are people sometimes denied to leave the ship? Any advice appreciated, thanks! RBL
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