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Traveling w/o a us passport on a cruise in the western hemisphere on Princess Cruises

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My US passport expired, so I would be traveling w/o a valid passport.

 

 

Can I enter into Cartagena or will the Colombian port of authorities would not allow me to enter?

can someone please tell me if they went recently to Cartegena on a closed loop cruise with out a us passport and was able to enter the country or not? Colombia is part of the western hemisphere and on the us.gov. map for the w.h.

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I had a passport but it was not requested to enter or leave Columbia and on a closed loop cruise is not required for US entry.

 

That said, should the unfathomable happen and you miss the boat in Colombia (or any other port), you will have a challenging time getting home without one.

 

My US passport expired, so I would be traveling w/o a valid passport.

 

 

Can I enter into Cartagena or will the Colombian port of authorities would not allow me to enter?

 

 

can someone please tell me if they went recently to Cartegena on a closed loop cruise with out a us passport and was able to enter the country or not? Colombia is part of the western hemisphere and on the us.gov. map for the w.h.

 

 

Thank you.

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Thank you...

 

 

I had a passport but it was not requested to enter or leave Columbia and on a closed loop cruise is not required for US entry.

 

That said, should the unfathomable happen and you miss the boat in Colombia (or any other port), you will have a challenging time getting home without one.

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James, when do you sail? You do know that in place of a full passport, the State Department also issues "passport cards"?

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When were you in Cartagena, Colobia? was it recently?

 

Thanks.

 

 

I had a passport but it was not requested to enter or leave Columbia and on a closed loop cruise is not required for US entry.

 

That said, should the unfathomable happen and you miss the boat in Colombia (or any other port), you will have a challenging time getting home without one.

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