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You should consider many things before you go on the cruise. The following advice may be helpful as you prepare to travel. 

It would be a good idea to arrange supplementary health insurance and travel insurance. Carry proof of insurance coverage, and give a copy to someone at home.

If you are taking medication with you, make sure you keep it in its original container. Carry a doctor's prescription for any controlled drugs, and if you use syringes, carry a medical certificate. Leave copies at home as well.

Make sure your passport has not expired and is valid for six months beyond the time of your trip. If you are going on a cruise leaving from USA and returning to USA, you are not required to have passport. However, we suggest you to have a passport anyway.  What if you miss the ship outside of the USA?  Photocopy the identification page and keep it separate from your passport. Leave another copy with someone at home. 

Keep the original receipts for any purchases you make.  

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