If you have time before the trip, passports for all of the party would be best when leaving the US.
The cruise line concierge or your travel agent would probably be the best source for an accurate answer- The answer may depend, in part, on the exact itinerary and ports of call but certainly photo ID,and/or notarized copies of birth certificates and, if the minors are travelling with an adult other than a parent, proof of guardianship, whether formal, legal guardianship or temporary guardianship conferred by the parents for the duration of the trip, copies of any perscriptions that will be brought aboard (Refill 'scripts before travelling- the shipboard pharmacy will be expensive and may not be comprehensive).
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Not sure if you have already gone on this but I noticed when I travel on cruises you can call the number or look on the websites for documentation needed. I thought that most cruises switched to passports but I could be wrong. Good luck. Enjoy your time.
thank you . no i didnt go yet im going in october. we are going to florida next week so i went and had my 17 year old get her permit for id and my 14 year old a nondrivers license which will also work for the cruise.
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You and your dependents must now have a US Passport for travel since 9/11, even in Mexico and the Caribbean. Both parents will need to be present at the designated post office for passport applications to avoid parental abductions. I have delivered loads in Canada.
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