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How will guests certify that they are traveling to Cuba under one of the 12 general licenses?

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In accordance with U.S. law, all guests (including children) traveling to Cuba must complete a Travel Certification document identifying the category of travel under which they are visiting. This must be completed prior to boarding the ship. Guests should present two printed, completed copies per traveler at the pier during the boarding process.

The “Part A. Authorized Cuba Travel Categories” are organized into 5 segments with convenient check boxes for selecting your type of Travel Certification.

Box 1. Full Day Royal Caribbean Program. Sign up for Royal Caribbean shore excursions and plan your full day schedule of group educational exchange activities. This is the simplest way to obtain your Travel Certification. 

Box 2. Full Day-Third Party Program (Tours Not Sponsored by Royal Caribbean). Check Box 2 if you are arranging a full day schedule of group educational exchange activities with a U.S. sponsoring organization (other than Royal Caribbean).

Box 3. Self-Guided People-to-People Program (ONLY PERMITTED FOR GUEST BOOKINGS MADE BEFORE JUNE 16, 2017). Check Box 3 if you are visiting Cuba for a self-guided program of people-to-people educational exchange activities. 

Box 4. Other general license categories. Check Box 4 if you are visiting Cuba under any of the categories of U.S. authorized travel listed beneath this section. 

Box 5. Specific License. Check Box 5 if you have obtained a specific license from OFAC authorizing travel to Cuba and provide the license number and a copy of the license.

An instructional document is available to assist guests in completing the Travel Certification document.

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