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Your passport must be the original document and valid at least 6 months after your return back into Australia. You may be denied boarding the ship if your passport does not comply. For Australian citizens, please refer to the Department of Foreign Af...
It is the sole responsibility of the guest to identify and obtain all required travel documents for themselves and those in their care, and to have them available when necessary. For details on all requirements, refer to the Travel Documentation page...
It is the sole responsibility of the guest to identify and obtain all required travel documents and to have them available when necessary. International Sailings (visiting ports outside Australia): Guests who do not possess the proper documentation m...
Yes. It is highly recommended all guests take out appropriate travel insurance policies once a reservation has been made. If your cruise itinerary includes New Caledonia, you may be refused entry to the port without Travel Insurance, as local governm...
Guests are required to have a visa to travel to Cuba. Royal Caribbean will facilitate this for our guests for a fee. This fee will be added to your onboard account on Day 1 of the cruise. Each guest will receive their Visa during embarkation and will...
It is the sole responsibility of the guest to identify and obtain all required travel documents and to have them available when necessary - this includes visas. Please contact the Embassy (Consular Services) of each country on your sailing itinerary ...
Guests are required to have a visa to travel to Cuba. However, Royal Caribbean will facilitate this for our guests at a cost of USD 75 per person. This fee will be added to your onboard account on Day 1 of the cruise. Each guest will receive their Vi...

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