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Passport BOOK required in 2020 to BOARD cruises to Martinique


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Royal Caribbean published the following note concerning travel documents for Martinique:

“As of January 1st, 2020, all guests on sailings visiting Martinique will need a passport book (not a passport card) for boarding. The passport book must be valid for at least 6 months after the sailing ends.

Passport cards and birth certificates will not be accepted and may result in a denial of boarding for both adults and minors. This policy change impacts sailings beginning from and returning to the U.S. including San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Guest should be sure to keep your travel documents and SetSail Pass handy. They’ll need them from the moment they arrive to the port, all the way to boarding the ship, so they won’t want to pack them in their luggage.”

 

SEE LINK BELOW:

https://cruisefever.net/royal-caribbean-issues-policy-change-regarding-passport-requirement-for-caribbean-port/

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