Do I need a passport to go on a Mexican cruise?

Answer According to Carnival, passengers are encouraged to travel with valid U.S. passports; however, they are not required when departing and arriving from the same U.S. port. A passport may be helpful a... Read More »

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Do you need a passport for a Mexican cruise?

United States citizens who visit Mexico on a closed-loop cruise, or one that departs and returns to the same U.S. city, can travel with only a birth certificate and government-issued ID. Those on a... Read More »

Do I need a passport to cruise the Mexican Riviera?

As of April, 2009, cruises on the Mexican Riviera departing from the United States require a valid passport or passport card if the sailing departs from one U.S. port and returns to a different one... Read More »

Do i need passport for a cruise?

If your cruise is a closed loop voyage, departing from and returning to the same port in the United States, you only need proof of citizenship such as a birth certificate or photo ID to gain re-ent... Read More »

Do you need a passport to go on a cruise?

While citizens of the United States are not always required to carry passports when cruising, the U.S. Department of State strongly urges all passengers to travel with valid passports or passport c... Read More »