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Are U.S.-Cuban dual citizens allowed to travel to Cuba with Royal Caribbean?

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For U.S.-Cuban dual citizens who departed Cuba on or after January 1, 1971:

  • You must have a Cuban passport book, valid by Cuban government standards.
  • You must have a U.S. passport book, valid for at least 6 months after your Cuba sail date.
  • You must bring two printed, completed copies of the Travel Certification Document to the pier on embarkation day.
  • You must have all the documents above in order to board the ship, regardless of whether you plan to disembark in Cuba.
  • You do not need a visa of any kind.

Please refer to the U.S. Embassy in Cuba website for more information.

For U.S.-Cuban dual citizens who departed Cuba prior to January 1, 1971:

  • You must have a U.S. passport book, valid for at least 6 months after your Cuba sail date.
  • You must bring two printed, completed copies of the Travel Certification Document to the pier on embarkation day.
  • You will need to apply for and secure a special visa. Royal Caribbean does NOT administer this special visa.
  • You must have all the documents above in order to board the ship, regardless of whether you plan to disembark in Cuba.

There are several companies that offer visa/passport processing services to assist in obtaining a visa and/or a Cuban passport including:

ABC Charters Inc. | travel@abc-charters.com | 877-817-1160 | www.abc-charters.com

Airline Brokers Company Inc. | yt@airlinebrokers.net | 305-642-5002 | www.airlinebrokers.net

Va Cuba Inc. | info@vacuba.com | 305-649-3491 | www.vacuba.com

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