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Old 03-29-2010, 02:52 PM
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And remember to keep your passport up to date...
renew it at least 6 months before it expires....

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Do you have to take the passport off the ship with you when you stop at the ports and small islands (CocoCay)? Can you bring a colored copy of the passport when you stop at the ports and islands or you have to have the actual passport?? I would hate for it to be stolen while I jet ski or parasail or something.
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Old 04-06-2010, 06:28 AM
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For Caribbean ports, U.S. citizens need only show a photo ID such as a drivers license plus your cruise card. I don't recall needing anything more than my cruise card at Coco Cay since it is a private island. The ship will post ID requirements for the ports in the daily Cruise Compass (newsletter).

A color copy of the main two pages of a passport is a good idea. I know a lady who lost her passport in Europe. Since she had the photocopy to show at the Embassy they were able to expedite making her a new passport.
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Old 04-26-2010, 08:09 AM
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That's what we do keep a colored copy of our passports (2 main pages) with us and the real ones in the safe! We also keep our drivers licenses with us and the copies of those in our safe.
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I JUST GOT MINE IN THE MAIL TODAY AND IT ONLY COST ME ABOUT $100 TOTAL AND GOT IT IN 2 WEEKS. NOW I AM READY FOR MY CRUISE IN NOVEMBER AND AFTER I APPLIED WE ALL DECIDED TO TAKE A TRIP TO CANCUN NEXT MONTH. SO YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN YOU WILL NEED IT. AND AT $10 PER YEAR COST IT IS WELL WORTH IT.
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