ALL READY BOOKED?  CRUISE ONLINE CHECK IN

Guests aboard must submit identification and address information as required by many jurisdictions. Missing or incorrect data may delay embarkation or result in denied boarding without compensation. Each individual guest must submit the required information and travel with a passport that is valid for six months beyond the end of your cruise.  You may complete your online immigration registration by clicking on the cruise line below:

Royal Caribbean Cruise LIne

Celebrity Cruises

Holland America

Carnival Cruise

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL)

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Oceania Cruise

Costa Cruises

Princess Cruises

MSC Cruises

Cunard

Disney Cruise Lines

Crystal Cruises

Seabourn

SilverSea

Windstar

Azamara Club Cruises

US BORDER SECURITY ACT

As part of the new Border Security Act recently enacted by the United States Government, all cruise lines are now required to collect additional immigration information for their passengers prior to any cruise to or from the United States.

As of March 1, 2003, the Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) is standard for all airlines and cruise reservations.  It is very important for you to provide the cruise line with all of the required information prior to your arriving on embarkation day.  You should also bring your passports or other proof of citizenship with you to the pier.

Passengers who have not submitted their needed information prior to embarkation day can expect very long delays at the pier, as this information will be gathered as part of the embarkation process.  If you do not provide any piece of the required data, you may be denied boarding without a refund.

Information required for ALL PASSENGERS include:

 

  • Complete Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Residence Address
  • Citizenship

    In addition, non-U.S. citizens must provide:

  • Passport Number and Country of Passport Issuance
  • Passport Issue Date and Passport Expiry Date
  • Country of Residence
  • Alien Registration Number ( if resident of the United Sates)
  • US Address while visiting the US (if not a resident of the United States)

    Passengers who are citizens of a country that require a visa to enter the United States, and are not U.S. or Canadian resident aliens, must also secure a valid U.S. visa and provide the following:

  • U.S. Visa Number
  • Visa Issue Date
  • Place of Visa Issuance

    Each cruise line is doing their best to make complying with the US Border Security Act as easy as possible.  Please see the list of cruise lines below for a current list of their procedures to make sure you get your immigration information to them prior to arriving at your cruise.