The requirements for no fly cruises vary depending on several factors, including the cruise itinerary, your nationality, and the specific cruise line’s policies. Generally, if you are a citizen of the United Kingdom and your cruise starts and ends in a UK port, you may not need a passport, but you will likely need another form of identification such as a government-issued photo ID (e.g., a driver’s license).

However, if your cruise involves international ports of call or if you’re not a UK citizen, you might need a passport. It’s important to check with the specific cruise line you’re planning to travel with and also verify the latest travel requirements with the relevant authorities closer to your travel date, as regulations and policies can change. And do.

We highly recommend checking with the official website of the cruise line you’re considering or contacting the relevant authorities for the most up-to-date and accurate information regarding passport and identification requirements for your specific cruise.

 

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