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TRAVEL INSURANCE:

Purchasing your own TRAVEL INSURANCE through your travel agent or online is strongly recommended.

About Miami

Miami is one of the most popular vacation spots, offering a variety of options for everyone: The trendy nightlife of South Beach, the vibe of Calle Ocho and the energy of Little Havana.
Not forgetting the beautiful hotels of Miami Beach and the historic hideaways of Coral Gables.
 

From MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT to Port of MIAMI Dante B. Fascell

 

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss in Miami

Miami is one of the hottest cities in the U.S. and if you’re lucky enough to planning a trip here, then you’re not going to be lacking in things to do.

Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour - Flyboard Hire - Gator Park - Miami Seaquarium - Redline Xperience

 

Weather in Miami, Florida

Month: FEBRUARY

Temperature               Fahrenheit       Celsius

Average High                  78°              26°

Average Low                  62°              17° 

 

REQUIRED TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

CRUISES FROM A UNITED STATES PORT

The following requirements are for sailings from a United States port to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada/New England, Hawaii, Alaska, Panama Canal and Mexico.

United States and Canadian Citizens:

You MUST have one of the following:

  • A valid United States or Canadian passport. For additional United States passport information visit the United States Department of State travel information website.
  • We highly recommend guests sail with their valid US Passport with 6 months validity past their cruise. 

Exceptions:

  • United States citizens on cruises that begin and end at the same port in the United States can use an original government-issued picture ID (i.e. driver's license) AND
  • An original government-issued birth certificate or original Naturalization Certificate.

 

  • Minors under the age of 16 will be able to present either an original government-issued, original or certified copy of his or her birth certificate; a Consular Report of Birth Abroad Issued by DOA; or Certificate of Naturalization issued by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Note: Baptismal papers and hospital certificates of birth are NOT acceptable. Military identification cards, voter registration cards or Social Security cards are NOT considered proof of citizenship.

United States Permanent Residents:

You MUST have the following: 

  • United States Permanent Resident Card.

- AND -

  • A passport from your home country is strongly recommended.

 

Canadian Legal Residents:

You MUST have the following:

  • Passport from your home country.

- AND -

  • Original copy of your Permanent Resident Card (PR Card), formerly the IMM 1000.

- AND -

  • Multiple entry United States visa (if applicable).

 

All Other Nationalities:

You MUST have the following:

  • Passport from your home country.

- AND -

  • Multiple entry United States visa (if applicable).

 

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OFAC Sanctions/Regulations: 

Please be advised that the United States Department of the Treasury through the Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) has issued a series of comprehensive sanctions against various countries, and specifically, CRIMEA, NORTH KOREA (DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA), CUBA, SUDAN, SYRIA and IRAN. These sanctions limit the ability of cruise lines to conduct business with these countries and their citizens, which includes allowing certain citizens of those countries to sail onboard our ships. Accordingly, if you are a citizen or resident of one of these sanctioned countries, we will be unable to accept your booking unless you can satisfy the following conditions:

 (1) proof of citizenship in a non-sanctioned country; OR 

(2) proof of residency in a non-sanctioned country (Two documents are requiredAND 

(3) evidence that you are funding the cruise, through a bank associated with a non-sanctioned country. 

You must be able to satisfy all of the above criteria in order to sail on board this sailing.

All non U.S. or Canadian passport holders should contact the Embassy (Consular Services) of each country on your cruise or VisaCentral for specific visa requirements, information, forms and fees for your nationality.

It is the responsibility of the guest to identify, obtain and present necessary visas before the start of their cruise vacation. Requirements vary based on the guest’s nationality and countries visiting during the cruise. The following resources may be of assistance to guests in determining if a visa is required.

 

* Disclaimer: The information posted above is for indicative purposes only; Stars on Board is not responsible in any way  for the accuracy or the up-date of the above data. 

 

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