It is simple to check in for your cruise online before you cruise. Please find the cruise line links and information about requirements for leaving and returning to US.
It is important for you to know that the U.S. Customs and Immigrations Department now requires each passenger traveling outside the Unites States to supply cruise lines and tour operators with names, address, phone numbers, social security numbers and emergency contact information and to have either a passport card or passport.
In order to expedite the cruise boarding process on your day of departure, we recommend that you provide this information to the cruise lines at least a minimum of 30 days prior to travel.
Therefore we have supplied the websites of the major cruise lines so you can submit this important information at your leisure.
For guests who are US citizens and are departing and returning to a US port the following immigration documentation is required: passport (must be valid for 6 months following the last day of the cruise) or state-certified birth certificate and photo ID. US minors do not need a photo ID. Passports are required for all US citizens for all other itineraries. Guests who are not US citizens should discuss requirements with the consulate of the country in which they reside.
For guests who are cruising only within the United States (for example, Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of America to the Hawaiian Islands), only a state-issued photo identification such as a driver's license is required.
Click Below to Complete your Cruise Check-in Information Online.
Please note if the information required is not supplied to US Customs and Immigrations your boarding process may be delayed or denied.
Azamara Cruise Line
For more information or questions, contact your cruise specialists at All Aboard Cruises at email@example.com