We always recommend that if at all possible clients have a valid passport while cruising, however if sailing on a Disney Cruise to either the Bahamas or the Caribbean, a passport is not a requirement. Adult cruisers must have at least a valid government issued photo ID such as a drivers license and a government issued / certified copy of their birth certificate with raised seal. Children under 16 must present a government issued / certified copy of a birth certificate with a raised seal. The reason we recommend a valid passport is for medical emergencies. In the event someone in your party has a medical emergency and the need arises to fly home, a valid passport would be needed for air travel.
For all European and Canadian cruises, a valid passport is always required.
Don & Tina Korta
Tina & Don are also parents to 7 amazing children, grandparents to 4 beautiful grandchildren, and have a lifelong love of travel around the world.
Along with their Trained & Certified Family of Agents, they are in the business of “Making Dream Vacations Come True”.
Destinations with Character Travel has clients ranging from Hollywood Magic Makers to New York Business Executives, to Families all over the Midwest.
People trust the Travel Consultants of Destinations with Character Travel to plan their Magical Vacations every day, with the patience, care, and attention to detail, they want and deserve.
At Destinations with Character Travel, Quality, Service, and Customer Satisfaction are the Priority. They offer premiere travel services for clients interested in Disney Destinations, Cruises, Resort Vacations, Tours, and much more.
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