We are travelling on the Voyager of the Seas on Oct.1/11, one of our stops is in Dubrovinic Croatia and I heard we will have to have 2 pieces of photo lamanated ID along with our passport....Is this correct? ....amm
cruise ship area,,and re entering,,,didnt ask for more ,,unless changed in 6 mos...can always check with your cruiseline if you got different info from them...if not,,dont worry,,passport is all you need,,like at every port in Europe,,,esp.US one.
I suspect that a minority of people in the general population have a passport plus two other forms of photo ID. The bigger question I'd ask is, if all I need to enter Croatia by land or air is a passport and perhaps a visa, why would I need more proof of identity because I was on a cruise ship?
Hi I just checked the royal caribean site under visas for international travel. It does say you need a passport and two pieces of ID. I don't understand but will take ours with us. I don't take extra purse or ID with me usually, but I will this time....thanks, amm
Thanks for letting us know amm, I don't have anything but my passport and driver's license, except for my staff id at work, which I never take with me on a cruise. I haven't been to Croatia either. Please let us know how your cruise goes
How odd, but then cruise line websites are not known for being accurate. I just checked the websites for both the Croatian Embassy and the the U.S. State Department. Both say only a passport is required, and at least for U.S. citizens no visa is needed for stays under 6 months.
I'm like Penny. All I have is a license and passport. When I do consultant work for TVA I have a photo badge for security access to nuclear plants, but that is all.
Wow, that's interesting. I'm in the same boat as Dave and Penny (no pun intended), in that all I have is a passport and driver's license.
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