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Caribbean Island Now Requires a Passport

Caribbean Island Now Requires a Passport. Martinique in the Southern Caribbean now requires all US citizens to have a valid passport.. The next question is how long until other Caribbean ports follow suit.

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26 COMMENTS

  1. No need for a passport, unless you are going to a place that requires it. Or if you are one to always get sick, aka the 80 year olds who lie on the health questionnaire, and inconveniences everyone because the ship now has to divert for their "health emergency".

  2. Alot of people may not have to he extra money for a passport expecially after paying for a cruise. I'm one of them I can afford to pay payments for a cruise but am glad you don't need a passport for alot of Caribbean stops 🙂 love the video thank you

  3. This is an idiotic video. Get a passport if you are going to travel, forget all of Don’s babbling about “if you only travel occasionally,” just get a passport. There is no logical reason not to.

  4. I've mentioned his before … but repeating 🙂 … WHY are people SO AFRAID of getting a PASSPORT??? … I just renewed mine for 10 years, and I have NEVER travel anywhere but the USA, where you do not need one … it cost is peanuts … Just get Passport everyone! … all my kids have Passports as well!

  5. Thank you for the tip about Martinique. Probably make a great honeymoon stop. But first, get my passport 😊. How hard is it to get my last name changed on my passport? As hard or harder than getting INTO the DMV to change my driver's license?

  6. As usual, great advice Don. In the US, it only ends up being $11/year, at least for a renewal. Might also help if you miss a port and need to get to another that would require a passport for international arrivals and departures.

  7. Dude, I have no idea what you're talking about… You have had to have a passport to go to Grand Cayman for years. It's not a US territory. For that matter, the cruise lines have required you to have a passport to go even to the US Virgin Islands. This certainly also applies if you fly. I have been cruising to these islands since pre-9/11, and as far as I can recall, the cruise line has always required you to have a passport. Full disclosure… For many years, the only cruise line I had traveled with was Royal Caribbean. Perhaps others have differed.

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