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Passport Requirements for Cruises

Passport Requirements for Cruises

Do you need a passport to go on a cruise? Passport requirements for cruises depend on where you are going.  If your boat only stops at US ports, then a passport may not be necessary. However, the US Department of State highly recommends all international travelers carry a valid passport.

US Citizens are required to present one of the following documents to re-enter the country:

  • A US passport book
  • A US passport card (Note: Unlike the US passport book, the US passport card is not valid for air travel)
  • A NEXUS, SENTRI, or FAST card
  • An enhanced driver’s license (only available in certain states)

There are a few exceptions for cruises in the Western Hemisphere:

  • US citizens on a closed-loop cruise, one that begins and ends at the same US port, can use a driver’s license or government-issued ID card and a birth certificate, certificate of naturalization or certificate of citizenship.
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US Passport Requirements to Rock the Boat with Weezer

In America’s fame-obsessed culture, it’s probably not a surprise that theme cruises featuring rock stars and celebrities are the newest travel trend. And now, my Gen-X brethren, it’s time to dust off those old worn out flannels (you know you still have one or two in a closet somewhere), because the latest theme cruise was designed just for you: a chance to rock out with old school indie rock music from Weezer and Dinosaur Jr.

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