Did you know it's possible to cruise without a passport? Many people don't know that as a U.S. Citizen, you can take advantage of the benefits of no-passport cruises for itineraries that begin and end at a U.S. Port.
This way, you can take advantage of those amazing ofertas de cruceros de última hora. You'll also have shorter travel times than if you're vacationing abroad, and a no-passport-required cruise is great for first-time cruisers that don't want to go too far from home. So where can you go? Read on for a list of pretty incredible options.
Where can I cruise without a passport?
When sailing from and back to the same US port, there are a surprising number of destinos de cruceros you can visit with Norwegian Cruise Line. Places to cruise without a passport include:
Sporting one of the youngest fleets to sail along the spectacular coastline of British Columbia, Norwegian Cruise Line will take you in style as you cruise from Seattle to ports of call such as Glacier Bay, Juneau, Ketchikan, Skagway, and Victoria.
Think: whale spotting, dog-sledding or thrill riding on a jet-powered catamaran. Or maybe unprecedented photo ops, wildlife viewing, and glacier watching are more your thing. Whatever you're looking to do, Alaska is definitely nature at its best.
You’ll be living on island time in no time with the Bahamas' close proximity to the US mainland! You can sail from Port Canaveral or Miami on a 3-, 4- or 7-day cruise on board the newly refurbished Norwegian Sky.
You can visit Norwegian's pristine private island, Great Stirrup Cay, or destinations like Nassau. If you've got some extra time to spare, be sure to take advantage of available Florida pre- and post-cruise stays, because, after all, you're on vacation! So, why not make the most of it?
When you get to spend 3 full days on the beautiful, oh-so-British (and pink!) island of Bermudas, it's no wonder Norwegian Cruise Line was voted as having the Best Bermuda Itinerary!
You can cruise without a passport from Boston on board Norwegian Dawn, or from New York on Norwegian Escape o Norwegian Breakaway, to Bermuda where those gorgeous pink sands await you. And with 3 days to explore, you can cover the island at your leisure while visiting shops, restaurants and even golf courses ‘til your heart's content.
See Mother Nature at her best when the autumn months turn seemingly ordinary trees into a striking array of crimson and gold. As an added bonus, a cruise to Canada & New England is a history lover's delight!
You can embark from Boston on board Norwegian Dawn or from New York on Norwegian Gem o Norwegian Escape, where highlights can include visiting the historical destinations of Quebec City, Halifax, and Charlottetown, along with Portland and Bar Harbour.
With so many picture-perfect islands, a wide variety of ships to choose from, and multiple convenient departure points including Boston; Miami; New Orleans; New York; Port Canaveral; San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Tampa, it's not surprising Norwegian Cruise Line has retained its title as the Caribbean's Leading Cruise Line for 5 years running.
With so many choices, you'll be grooving to those alluring Caribbean island rhythms in no time! And of course, we can't forget the fantastic array of duty-free shopping and the delicious Caribbean cuisine. Oh, and the colorful tropical fish you'll see when snorkeling and scuba diving. And…okay. You get the idea.
See more of Mexico and all it has to offer on a Mexico Cruise. Norwegian Cruise Line will take you from Los Angeles to a variety of ports that will offer you a combination of adventure and relaxation that you could not get anywhere else. Sail aboard some of our newest ships, including Norwegian Bliss y Norwegian Joy.
Ports of call can include Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo, where you'll find that charming Mexican vibe, along with water sport and adventures galore.
Voted to be the Best Hawaii Cruise Itinerary, the Pride of America sails round-trip from Honolulu while offering 4 islands during her 7-day cruise, including 2 overnight stays, which means you'll be able to maximize your island time in port while visiting the Big Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu. Your tropical Hawaiian paradise experience awaits! And if you want even more from your vacation, consider adding a 4-day Land Tour in Oahu. Because why? That's right, you're on vacation!
If there's no passport required, what documents do I need?
Even though you'll be sailing on a no-passport-required cruise, you're still required to carry the following 2 pieces of identification:
Proof of Citizenship (as outlined below) AND Government-issued photo ID
- Certificado de nacimiento de EE. UU. certificado por el estado
- (No se aceptan certificados de bautismo, certificados de nacimiento emitidos por un hospital ni certificados de nacimiento de Puerto Rico emitidos antes del 7/1/10).
- Certificado original de naturalización de EE. UU.
- Certificado original de ciudadanía de EE. UU.
- Informe consular de EE. UU. de que naciste en el exterior
Documentos aceptados según la WHTI (Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative) (haz clic aquí para ver más información).
*Los ciudadanos de EE. UU. menores de 16 años no deben presentar identificación con foto emitida por el gobierno.
Although you do not need a passport to visit these destinations as a U.S. citizen, Norwegian Cruise Line strongly recommends all guests to obtain a passport for their cruise vacation for the following reasons:
- Si perdieras el barco en el puerto de salida de EE. UU. programado y necesitaras salir de EE. UU. para alcanzar el barco.
- Si tuvieras que abandonar el barco de forma imprevista desde un puerto extranjero antes de finalizar el viaje, necesitarás un pasaporte para salir de o volver a entrar a EE. UU. por aire.
- Si necesitas sacar un pasaporte rápido, comunícate con VisaCentral al 844-834-5702 y menciona la cuenta 75006 para recibir un descuento en los cargos por servicio de VisaCentral. VisaCentral puede obtener un pasaporte en tan solo 48 horas.
For more on required travel documents, visit our Cruise Travel Documents page.