Frequently asked questions

Prior to departure

Embarkation day

On your cruise

Planning for a cruise vacation can be half the fun. In order to help you get ready, we've put together this collection of some of the most commonly asked questions.

Prior to departure

How do I book a cruise vacation?

Visit or contact our cruise experts to complete your cruise booking.

How should I pay?

You may pay for the cruise via credit card. If you book through our cruise experts, you may make checks payable to Global Cruise & Travel. Write your sailing date on your check.

If I have to cancel my cruise or cruisetour, will I receive a refund?

You will receive a refund less the deposit amount and cancellation penalty of $50.00 USD charged by Every cruise line has its own cancellation policy. For more detailed information, please check the cruise line's web site or contact our cruise experts to get up-to-date information.

Will the price change? And will it affect my reservation?

All cruise lines reserve the right to increase or decrease any published rates without prior notice, including cruise rates and airfare charges. We reserve the right to impose on any existing booking or new bookings (whether paid in full or not) a supplement for fuel or other matters without prior notice as provided in our Passenger Ticket Contract. The guest will remain liable for any applicable taxes, fees or surcharges that may be assessed by any governmental or quasi-governmental agencies.

What do cruise/cruisetour prices include?

The price of your cruise vacation includes ship accommodations, ocean transportation, most meals, non-alcoholic beverages and most entertainment aboard the ship. All prices are quoted per person in U.S. dollars based on double occupancy of the stateroom. The cruise vacation price does not include air transportation, transfers, optional shore and land excursions, meals and accommodations ashore, certain beverages, casino gaming, photographs, gratuities, telephone calls, specialty restaurants onboard certain vessels, purchases from the ship stores, or items of a personal nature such as medical services, laundry, massages, spa treatments, hairstyling, or manicures. The cruise tour fares quoted also do not include any applicable government taxes, fees or surcharges that may be assessed by any governmental or quasi-governmental agencies. Such assessment is subject to change without notice at any time, whether or not you have a confirmed booking under deposit or if you have made final payment.

Will I get a refund for cancellations?

If the reservation is cancelled after the final payment is made, only the tax portion is refundable. If the reservation is cancelled before the final payment is due, the deposit is fully refundable, and will charge a $50 cancellation fee per booking.

Will I need any extra insurance?

Because cruise line liability for loss or damage is limited by their cruise ticket contracts, we recommend that all guests have their own insurance coverage. For greater peace of mind, travel insurance with medical, travel, and baggage coverage is recommended for the duration of your cruise vacation. Through our website, you can buy travel insurance that includes both additional medical insurance and travel insurance in case you are unable to participate in your cruise. For more information, you should check the insurance page on our web site or contact our cruise experts to get a quote for your insurance.

When will my cruise documents arrive?

Normally, your documents will be available on the cruise line's official website. Customers should complete online check-in with passport information required by their cruise lines. After check-in, you may print out your boarding pass, luggage tag, and other relevant cruise documents. Cruise tickets are only valid for the named passenger and may not be sold or transferred. Regardless of document status, no one will be allowed passage unless his or her name appears on the ship's guest manifest.

Do I need a passport?

For most travelers it is required to have a passport, but bringing a passport is recommended for all travelers. Before leaving home, please take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the required travel documents you will be asked to provide prior to boarding the ship.

Caution: The requirements described below are government regulations and policies. They are subject to change without notice. It is the sole responsibility of the guest to identify and obtain all required travel documents and have them available when necessary. These travel documents include passports, visas, and inoculation certificates. For your protection, we recommend that your passport expiration date not occur within six (6) months following the voyage termination date.

Guests who do not possess the proper documentation may be prevented from boarding their flight or ship, may be prevented from entering a country, and may be subject to fines.

No refunds will be given to individuals who fail to bring proper documentation.

Domestic Travel Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI)

The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requires all travelers to and from the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda to present a valid passport or other Department of Homeland Security approved document that establishes the bearer's identity and citizenship in order to enter or reenter the United States unless otherwise noted below. For more information on the program visit

WHTI complaint documents

  • A valid passport is already a requirement for international travel and for entering the United States by air.

Open-loop sailings

An open-loop cruise (voyages that begin in one U.S. port and end in another U.S. port) will require a valid passport or other WHTI-compliant document for entry or re-entry into the United States.

Closed-loop sailings

Only a valid passport or other WHTI-compliant document will be accepted for entry or re-entry into the United States.

U.S. and Canadian citizens on closed-loop cruises (voyages that begin and end at the same U.S. port), will be able to enter or depart the U.S. with a valid passport, U.S. passport card, U.S. enhanced driver's license, or trusted traveler program card such as a Nexus Card, Sentries Card or Fast Card.

In the absence of any other documents listed above, guests will be required to present both an identification and citizenship document from each of the lists below in order to embark the vessel.

Closed-loop identification documents

  • A laminated driver's license or identification card issued by a federal, state, provincial, country, territory or municipal authority.

All identification documents must have a photo, name, and date of birth.

Closed-loop citizenship documents

  • U.S. birth certificate (original)
  • U.S. birth abroad certificate (original)
  • U.S. naturalization certificate (original)

International travel

A valid passport is required; visas are also required where they apply. This includes Europe, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, and Central/South America. For additional passport information visit

Our recommendation strongly recommends that all guests travel with a valid passport during their cruise. This is due to unforeseen circumstances in which it may be required. Passengers who miss their scheduled embarkation and need to fly out of the United States to meet their ship, guests entering the U.S. at the end of their cruises, and guests needing to fly to the U.S. before their cruise ends because of medical, family, personal or business emergencies, guests who miss a a ship's departure from a port-of-call, guests subject to involuntary disembarkation from a ship due to misconduct, and guests in other situations will all need a valid passport.

Non-U.S. citizens

You will need a valid passport and in some cases a visa. If you live in the U.S., you will also need the original copy of your alien registration card (ARC or "green card") and any other documentation the countries on your itinerary require due to your alien status.

Alien registration card (green card)

U.S. lawful permanent residents will continue to be able to use their alien registration card issued by the Department of Homeland Security or other valid evidence of permanent residence status to apply for entry to the United States.

Card renewal is an important matter. ARC holders (United States permanent residents) with expired cards may be considered "out of status" and may be denied entry/re-entry into the United states. If your ARC was issued over 10 years ago, you should check the expiration date printed on the front of the card. If your card is expired or it is about to expire, you should renew your card before you sail. If you are holding an old ARC without an expiration date, you will not be detained from entering the United States, but U.S. Customs and Border Protection highly suggests that you apply for a new card before you sail. For additional information visit


Please contact consular services of the embassy of each country on your sailing itinerary or the visa service of your choice for specific visa requirements, information, forms, and fees for your nationality.


All guests must ensure they are medically fit for travel. As such, we remind that you check with your physician at least 4 to 6 weeks before sailing to make sure you are up to date with any required immunizations or vaccines you may need (including but not limited to yellow fever vaccinations) to ensure you will be permitted to visit each of the exciting destinations and tours on your itinerary. Some countries enforce strict health regulations, and the ill will require documentation of inoculations. Please visit the WHO website at or the Center for Disease Control and Prevention at in advance to check what the current recommendations and policies are.

Does the name on my reservation need to match the name on my passport?

Yes. It is important that the name on your reservation be exactly the same as it is in your passport or other official proof of nationality. If your name has changed since your document was issued (due to marriage or divorce, for example), it is required that you update the document with the new name or provide an official supporting document of the name change. Otherwise, you may experience a delay or possible denial of boarding.

Do I need to check in online before my cruise?

Yes! Due to new government regulations requiring cruise lines to submit final departure manifests at least 60 minutes prior to sailing, guests are requested to complete online check-in at the cruise line official website no later than three days prior to their cruise. If you have not completed online check-in, you will be required to complete this process at the pier two hours prior to the published sailing time. Please note that any discrepancies may result in a delay or denial of boarding. All you need is your reservation number, last name, and ship and sailing date to check in online.

What if I want to extend my vacation through pre- or post-cruise sightseeing in the embarkation city?

We offer a full range of services and would be happy to pair your cruise with an extended stay in your departure or arrival city. We can help you book hotels, tours, and travel arrangements. If you are traveling to another country to take part in your cruise, we would be happy to arrange additional transportation, accommodations, and tours for you in cities other than your point of departure or arrival. We are a full-service organization dedicated to providing you with your ideal vacation package.

What should I pack?

Days onboard are casual, and to be most comfortable we suggest packing the following:

  • Jeans or slacks,
  • Several sweaters, a jacket, a windbreaker and a raincoat, and
  • Low-heeled shoes for deck activities.
  • Also, don't forget your camera, binoculars and a swimsuit! (Towels are provided.)

For evening wear, count on three basic types of attire:

  • Casual: Dresses or slacks and blouses for women, and sport shirts and trousers for men.
  • Smart Casual: Dresses or pantsuits for women, and jackets for men.
  • Formal: Cocktail dresses for women, and suites and ties or tuxedos for men. Tuxedo rental services are available through all cruise lines.

Please note:

  • For 3-night cruises, expect one formal night (all others are casual).
  • For 4-night cruises, expect one formal night (all others are casual).
  • For 5-night cruises, expect one formal night and one smart casual night (all others are casual).
  • For 6 to 7-night curses, expect two formal nights and one smart casual night (all others are casual).
  • For 8 to 13-night cruises, expect two formal nights and two smart casual night (all others are casual).
  • For 14 to 15-night cruises, expect three formal nights and three smart casual nights (all others are casual).

Dress codes are subject to change.

Once ashore, you'll need comfortable walking shoes as well as a hat and sunscreen for protection from the sun. Please hand-carry all valuables, medication and travel documents. We appreciate your parental guidance and cooperation in observing these easy guidelines with your children.

What about guests with disabilities?

All cruise lines welcome guests with disabilities and work hard to assist them throughout their vacation. To receive appropriate assistance, you must notify the cruise line's accessibility department in writing at the time of your booking of any physical or mental illness, disability or other condition that may require or make advisable special accommodations. The cruise line should be advised of the use of a wheelchair or medical treatment that may be used onboard.

All guests must ensure that they are medically and physically fit for travel and that such travel will not endanger themselves or others. Guests with special needs should be self-sufficient, and cruise lines recommend that they travel with a companion to provide any required assistance. Guests with medical concerns are advised to check with their physician before sailing. Medical issues may preclude guests from going ashore at certain ports-of-call.

Designated staterooms: All cruise vessels offer a number of staterooms that will accommodate guests who use wheelchairs.

Pregnancy: All cruise lines do not accept guests who will enter their 24th week of pregnancy by the end of the cruise or cruisetour. Please contact our representatives if you have already reserved your cruise and do not meet this requirement. A physician's fit to travel note stating that you are in good health, not a high-risk pregnancy, and not entering the 24th week is required.

Infant Policy: Infants sailing on a cruise must be at least 6 months old as of the first day of the cruise/cruisetour. For transatlantic, transpacific, Hawaiian, select South American and other selected cruises/cruisetours, the infant (as of the first day of the cruise/cruisetour) must be at least 12 months old.

Any cruisetour associated with these cruises are also subject to the 12-month minimum age requirement. Denial of boarding for infants who do not satisfy these minimum age requirements may also result in the denial of boarding for one or more guests sailing with that infant. No refunds or other compensation shall be due from the cruise line to anyone as a result of the denial of boarding to an underage infant or other accompanying guests.

Guests under the age of 21 must be booked in a stateroom with an adult who is 21 years or older. A parent or legal guardian must accompany guests under the age of 21 and must be booked in the same or adjacent stateroom. The only situations where minors (under 21) can be berthed without an adult (21 or older) in a stateroom are when at least one parent is sailing or when the stateroom guests are legally married. Acceptable proof will be required. These restrictions may be waived at our discretion where applicable.

All non-family children under the age of 18 must have a notarized letter from one parent or guardian authorizing sailing with the family, plus authorization to allow emergency medical treatment and any other permissions necessary while onboard. Grandparents or any other relatives cannot be a substitute for a parent. All school groups or Quinceanera groups traveling with a chaperone must have waivers pre-signed. These waivers can be given to the Group Leader or Travel Partner from their group agent at cruise line.

Please note: An individual's age on the date of sailing determines his or her status for the entire cruise vacation. The cruise line does not accept booking for student groups. Please consult a travel agent for the cruise line's group policies.

Embarkation day

How early do I need to arrive?

Check your cruise ticket for the boarding time for your particular ship and sail date. Do not plan on arriving at the pier prior to the specified time as the ship will not be ready to board guests and you may experience delays due to the official departure clearance process for the previous sailing. Ships usually board 2-3 hours before sailing. In preparation for sailing, cruise check-in will close 90 minutes prior to sailing. It is your responsibility to arrive on time and we will not be held responsible for denial to board due to late arrival. For security reasons, guests are not allowed to bring visitors onboard in any port.

Airport transfers

We will be happy to arrange airport transfers for you upon request both to and from your cruise vacation.


We can arrange hotels in your embarkation city if you want to arrive a day early or if you want to extend your cruise by spending some time in the city prior to or after your cruise. We can also arrange transportation from the hotel to your cruise.

On your cruise

What about dining?

When you make your cruise vacation reservations, tell us your preferred dining time based on the multiple dining times offered. Your seating time will be noted on your boarding pass. If your preferred dining time is not available, you can be put on a waitlist through a travel agent. Dining may be cleared closer to the sailing date based on availability. Please note: Seating times may vary by ship and itinerary by approximately 30 minutes. We recommend that you dine early if you're traveling with children. Ask your waiter about their special kids' menu.

What is the smoking policy?

Smoking is permitted only in designated areas and outdoors on the starboard side of the ship (contact guest services for details). Smoking is not permitted in any dining venue, theater, hallway, or corridor. Smoking is not permitted inside any stateroom or any private balcony. A US$250 (subject to change by each cruise line) penalty will be applied to the onboard account for guests found smoking in staterooms or any other areas where smoking is prohibited. Cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco must be properly disposed of any never thrown overboard. A guest must be at least 18 years of age to purchase, possess or use tobacco onboard. Pipe and cigar smoking is permitted only within the Cigar Lounge. If no Cigar Lounge exists on the ship, there will be a designated area for pipe and cigar smoking. You will find out these locations once onboard.

What about hair dryers and laundry?

For the benefit of our guests, most ships provide hair dryers. Most staterooms come equipped with 110-volt outlets so that you can bring your own electronic devices as well. For a very reasonable fee, guests can also use same day laundry and dry cleaning services. Irons are not provided in staterooms as they constitute a fire hazard. There are no self-laundry facilities onboard. For information specific to your cruise and room selection, please contact the cruise line directly.

What are the gratuity guidelines for cruises?

To thank those who have served you well, we suggest the following guidelines:

  • Dining room waiter: $3.50 a day per guest
  • Stateroom attendant: $3.50 a day per guest*
  • Assistant waiter: $2.00 a day per guest
  • Head waiter: $0.75 a day per guest

*If sailing in a suite, please use the following as your guide for stateroom attendant: 5.75% a day per guest.

Now available! Ask about pre-payment of gratuities!

Gratuities may be shared with other crew members depending on particular service requirements.

Please note: All onboard gratuities can be added to your onboard account for your convenience. A 15% gratuity will be automatically added to your bar bill or wine check when you are served.

What are the gratuity guidelines for Alaska cruisetours?

  • Tour director: $3.50 a day per guest
  • Train car host: $1.00 a day per guest
  • Motor coach driver: $2.50 a day per guest

Can I do express check-out?

Like the finest hotels, all cruise lines offer a quick and easy check-out service onboard. Just register your credit card when you work on online check-in prior to departure, at embarkation, or at the purser's/passenger services desk as early as possible during your cruise.

Can I change my stateroom?

Guests desiring to transfer to higher priced accommodations, which may be available during boarding or after sailing, may do so by paying the difference in published full cruise vacation prices with their credit card which has put on their onboard account.

What about cash, checks and foreign currency?

Personal checks are not accepted for purchases aboard the ship. Guests who have an account with a U.S. bank may cash one personal check at the purser's/guest relations desk for up to US$200 per cruise vacation (US$250 for guests who present an American Express card). For your convenience, the purser's/guest relations desk can cash travelers' checks and provide foreign currency exchange.

How do I find out about and pay for shore excursions?

You can purchase your shore excursions online by visiting the cruise line official website at any time of the day or night. Booking early is highly recommended as it means you're more likely to get the shore excursions you want. To pre-book an excursion, you will need your cruise reservation number (obtained from your travel agent or reservation agent), ship name, and sailing date. Once you have completed your purchase, an immediate summary of the selected tours will be provided along with a final e-mail confirmation when your credit card purchase is approved. Your purchased tour ticket(s) will be delivered to you in your stateroom. Kindly note that you have up to 10 days prior to your sail date to purchase your shore excursions online. Once within the 10-day sail date deadline, the booking system is closed and tours are no longer available for pre-booking. From this point, all guests must book their excursions onboard the vessel on a first-come, first-served basis.

When do I arrange and pay for land excursions?

Cruisetour land excursions for Alaska can be reserved on the cruise line's official web page or on a space-available basis once the land tour has begun. Note: During local or national holidays, certain facilities such as museums, sightseeing tours and shopping may be limited.

What do I need to do on the last night of my cruise vacation?

Extend customary gratuities to those who have made your cruise vacation an unforgettable experience.

Pack your bags and place them outside your stateroom door by midnight. Your stateroom attendant will give you colored tags for each piece of luggage. Please put your name and home address on each tab and remove all loose straps from your bags. Carry fragile and valuable items (such as jewelry, cameras, medication, etc.) with you.

Will my friends and family be able to contact the ship?

Your friends and family can contact the ship from inside the U.S. by dialing the cruise line's toll free number, which may obtained from the cruise line's official web site. From outside the U.S., there will be charges for the phone call.

Can I call home from the ship?

You can make ship-to-shore calls from your stateroom 24 hours a day. The cost is subject to change by each cruise line and will be automatically charged to your onboard account. You can also use your cell phone to make and receive calls or text messages. Check out the cellular service brochure at the guest relations desk onboard.

Is there wireless Internet access onboard?

Yes. In selected areas on the ship, each cruise line provides Wi-Fi internet access 24 hours a day. This service is available fleetwide at a nominal charge. More information available onboard.

Are there any adult-only activities onboard?

For the comfort of our guests, some areas and activities has been designated as adults only. These areas may vary from ship to ship. Once onboard please consult the guest relations desk for details specific to your ship.

Can I shop onboard?

Boutiques onboard: Treasures await you in the boutiques onboard stores. Be sure to leave plenty of room in your luggage for purchases you make in your duty-free shipboard boutiques. A 5-year guarantee is offered on all fine jewelry purchases.

Shopping ashore: If you want to shop onshore, check the port maps for a list of suggested stores. Any bargainer worth his or her salt will love this onshore luxury. There's a shopper's guarantee for registered purchases at recommended stores.

Are there any baggage handling policies?

Cruise lines make every effort to assist its passengers in safeguarding their belongings and valuables, but all passengers are responsible for their own belongings at all times. Hand or unlocked baggage, breakables, medicines, travel documents, and valuables must be hand-carried by the passenger at all times. Cruise lines are not responsible for money, jewelry, cameras, binoculars, documents or any other articles which you retain in your personal control or stateroom. To protect your valuables, a safe is provided in each stateroom.

What policies are there for alcohol consumption and gambling?

Regarding alcohol:

  • The minimum drinking age for all alcoholic beverages on all cruise lines is 21.
  • However, on cruises departing from Asian, Australian, European or South American countries, where the legal drinking age is typically lower than 21, a parent sailing with his or her child(ren) who is (are) between the ages of 18 and 20 may sign a waiver allowing the 18 to 20-year-old to consume alcoholic beverages.
  • The 18 to 20-year-old must comply with all cruise line policies, including but not limited to not providing alcoholic beverages to any other person, regardless of age. Restrictions apply, and this policy is subject to change without notice.
  • An individual's age on the date of sailing determines his or her status for the entire cruise vacation.
  • Guests are not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages onboard for consumption or any other use. Alcoholic beverages that are purchased in ports-of-call or from onboard shops will be stored by the ship and delivered to guest staterooms on the last day of the sailing. Security may inspect containers (water bottles, soda bottles, mouthwash, luggage, etc.) and will dispose of containers holding alcohol. All cruise line policies may be enforced up to and including disembarkation, if a guest violates alcohol policy. Guests under the age of 21 will not have alcohol returned to them.
  • Guests who violate any alcohol policies (those who over-consume, provide alcohol to people under age 21, demonstrate irresponsible behavior, or attempt to conceal alcoholic items at security and/or in luggage at checkpoints or any other time) may be disembarked or not allowed to board, at their own expense, in a accordance with our guest conduct policies.
  • All cruise lines reserve the right to revoke or otherwise restrict drinking privileges of any guest, regardless of age.
  • Additional policies for groups are located in the appendices of the Travel Agent Guide and are enforced without exception.

Guests 18 years of age and older are welcome to play in our casinos.

How do I make arrangements for dining room seating and special diets?

Seating arrangements in the dining room are made by request on a first-come, first-served basis. To request anytime dining, traditional first or second seating, special diets, or seating with a specific party, it is best to have your travel agent request your arrangements at the time of booking. Your dining arrangements will be shown on your travel summary.

What about security and onboard health services?

The highest priority of all cruise lines is to ensure the safety and security of all guests. In order to maintain an secure environment and to comply with international and national security laws and regulations, we have strict security procedures in the seaport terminals we utilize and onboard all our vessels. These measures include screening all guests and their personal property prior to boarding.

Onboard physicians

Each cruise vessel is equipped with a medical facility. At least one licensed physician and two nurses are normally in attendance on all cruises. Guests will be charged for medical services, and medications are available onboard for a fee. The types of medications kept onboard are limited, and guests must bring an adequate supply of any specific medications they need. The medical facility is not intended or designed to serve as a clinic for guests, and the cruise line is not responsible for the diagnosis, treatment, or services furnished by shipboard medical personnel.

What about advanced or delayed sailings and changes in my itinerary?

In the event of strikes, lockouts, riots, weather conditions, mechanical difficulties, or for any other reason whatsoever at any time and without prior notice, cruise lines may cancel, postpone, or deviate from any scheduled sailing or port-of-call. They may substitute a ship or port-of-call, but they are not obligated to do so. They will also not be liable for any loss whatsoever to guests by reason of such cancellation, advancement, postponement, deviation or substitution. The cruise line will not be responsible for any failure to adhere to the arrival and departure times published in the brochure for any of its ports-of-call.

While every effort will be made to adhere to the specifics for a cruise, circumstances may necessitate changes or deviations. All schedules, itinerary destinations, hours of arrival and departure, hotel, and/or conveyances and other aspects of cruisetour programs are subject to changes without prior notice. Neither the cruise line nor any affiliated party will be required to refund any portion of fare or other charges, or provide any other compensation under these circumstances.

What are the conditions of my cruise/cruisetour ticket contract?

The transportation of guests and baggage on the cruise ships is governed by the terms and conditions of the cruise ticket contract included as part of the cruise documentation. The cruise ticket contract sets forth limitations on the time frames in which claims may be made and lawsuits may be filed against the cruise line. It is important that you read all of the terms and conditions of the cruise ticket contract. Check the cruise line's website for a copy of the cruise ticket contract. The cruise ticket contract must be signed by all guests prior to boarding. In the event of any conflict of any advertisements or offers related to a cruise, or any oral or written representation of any cruise representative and the cruise ticket contract, the terms of the cruise ticket contract will govern.

What about my personal property?

Under no circumstances may dangerous articles such as controlled substances, firearms, explosives, cylinders containing compressed air or combustible substances, etc. be contained in any baggage or brought by any person onboard. The cruise line reserves the right to refuse to permit any guest to take onboard any items cruise line deems inappropriate. No animals are permitted onboard (with the exception of service animals for guest with disabilities). Property lost or damaged should be reported to either the purser's/guest relations desk or to a designated cruise line employee prior to leaving the U.S. customs area. In any event, property lost or damaged must be reported within the time limitations and in accordance with the procedures set forth in the cruise ticket contract. In the absence of negligence on its part, the cruise line is not responsible for any loss, theft, pilferage, and/or damage to a guest's property, which includes items such as money, travel currency, jewelry of any kind, photographic/electronic equipment, or other personal property. Cruise line's liability for loss or damage to property shall be limited otherwise in accordance with the provisions of the cruise ticket contract.

As a parent/guardian, can I be held responsible for my children cruising with me?

If a child is cruising under your supervision and exhibits dangerous or disruptive behavior (e.g. excessive drunkenness, fighting, verbal abuse of a staff member, unruly behavior, vandalism in any public areas, etc.), the parent/guardian will be held accountable.

For more questions, please visit the following cruise line web sites:

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