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Places to Cruise Without a Passport

TravelPulse Logo By Michael Schottey of TravelPulse | Slide 1 of 14: Look, the team at TravelPulse thinks you should have a (well-used) passport, but if you don't—for whatever reason—you shouldn't give up the trip of your dreams. Most people do not realize that there are plenty of cruises they can take without this piece of government-issued ID. 

It's always better to have a passport for emergencies, and you should check with your cruise line, travel insurance provider and travel agent before you go, but there are a host of U.S. locations which have fantastic cruise ports as well as places outside the U.S. you can enter on a closed-loop cruise which departs and returns to the same port.

Just, get your passport when you get back! 

Don't Put Off Your Trip

Look, the team at TravelPulse thinks you should have a (well-used) passport, but if you don't—for whatever reason—you shouldn't give up the trip of your dreams. Most people do not realize that there are plenty of cruises they can take without this piece of government-issued ID. 

It's always better to have a passport for emergencies, and you should check with your cruise line, travel insurance provider and travel agent before you go, but there are a host of U.S. locations which have fantastic cruise ports as well as places outside the U.S. you can enter on a closed-loop cruise which departs and returns to the same port.

Just, get your passport when you get back! 

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