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Hi,

I'm trying to book a cruise on Royal Caribbean through their website, but when I get to the guest info part it requires to enter a state,

But i'm not a US citizen, and selected a non us citizenship. and it can't be left blank. does it mean only US citizen can book a cruise through their site?

should I just choose a random state? wouldn't it cause problem afterwards, when boarding?

 

Thanks a lot

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Do you have a local Royal Caribbean site? I'm Swedish and we use www.royalcaribbean.se instead of .com.

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You might get more of a response if you posted on the RC website rather than on the general ask a question. 

Edited by Grandma Dazzles

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do you reside in the US or in a different country? If you are in a different country, you may not be able to use the .com site.

Your citizenship is not important in this case, but your country of residence is.

Edited by Itchy&Scratchy

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12 hours ago, Extra Kim said:

Do you have a local Royal Caribbean site? I'm Swedish and we use www.royalcaribbean.se instead of .com.

This. I'm in the UK, and if l log into 

.com it redirects to .co.uk

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1 hour ago, Sancho_proudfoot said:

This. I'm in the UK, and if l log into 

.com it redirects to .co.uk

Interesting. This only happens to me if I have been on www.royalcaribbean.co.uk before I look at .com

 

shlomi.tur welcome to Cruise Critics.

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1 hour ago, Bloodgem said:

Interesting. This only happens to me if I have been on www.royalcaribbean.co.uk before I look at .com

 

shlomi.tur welcome to Cruise Critics.

It used to be like that, but then I visited the site during the time I was onboard. Now I can use both sites.

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The state of residency matters if that would generate a state-based discount, which you would only be eligible for as a resident of that state.  It also matters for matching your booking info with your residence and ID, which have to align.  For those reasons you cannot simply enter any state on a booking - your actual residency must be provided.

 

As others have said, you need to use a website coordinated with your country of residence, or contact RCI directly, or use a travel agent.

Edited by leaveitallbehind

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