It’s almost time for your cruise on the Bahamas Paradise cruise which we know you’re going to enjoy. To get your cruise getaway off to a good start here are just a few reminders:
U.S Citizens: Must bring a government issued photo ID and proof of citizenship
(original U.S birth certificate or naturalization certificate) or a valid passport for
re-entry to the United States. A passport is required if staying overnight in the
Bahamas. Children, ages 16 and under only require a birth certificate.
Non-U.S. Citizens: A valid Passport, Multiple Entry Visa or Resident Alien Card is required for re-entry to the United States. If you are unsure if you have the proper travel document, please contact your countries consulate. The cruise line is not responsible if you don’t have the proper documentation.
Onboard Credit Application
When minors (17 and under) are not traveling with either of their parents, you must bring an original notarized signed letter from the absent parent/legal guardian authorizing the minor to travel. The minor consent form can be found here. Download Form
Pregnant guests who enter the 24th week of pregnancy before or at any time during the cruise will not be allowed to sail. Pregnant guests, who will not enter the 24th week before or at any time during the cruise, must bring a letter from their attending physician certifying that their gestational status is in accordance with this policy and that the expecting mother is fit to sail.
Alcohol, soda, and bottled water are not permitted prior to embarkation and is subject to confiscation if found. Alcohol and soda packages are available for purchase, as well as bottled water.
You will be able to stay connected throughout the ship as well as in our comfortable internet cafe. There is a $10 per day charge for WiFi access, which is subject to change. Visit Customer Service on deck 5 once onboard for more information.
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