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2 hours ago, CruiserBruce said:

 

Perhaps for Montenegro, but for Croatia, we had to show them ashore.


Our ship was boarded by immigration who looked at all passports in the pursers office and we were able to just get off onto the tenders and come ashore.  I do have a stamp from Croatia, actually a few of them.

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4 hours ago, CruiserBruce said:

 

Perhaps for Montenegro, but for Croatia, we had to show them ashore.

 

We didn't, it was all handled by the ship.

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I did port stops in Croatia last month...Dubrovnik and Zadar...and in neither place did we have to show passports. Our ship made no mention of needing to have them. I checked with my husband in case my memory was faulty and he agreed, no need to have passports ashore.

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