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You should check with your travel agent or, even better, directly with HAL.


I've been to Kusadasi, Turkey on a cruise and didn't need a visa - it may not be required if you're on a cruise ship (or perhaps it's dependent on what ports you'll be visiting).

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You will have to Check w/HAL. We had several visas that were charged to our shipboard account. I don't have our passport here (it's out getting a Brazil visa).


Our itinerary was slightly different from yours, so check with them.



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We have taken several Grand Cruises and have always received a packet of forms from HAL to be filled out and either mailed to Zierer or some other company of your choise that gets visas. Many countries limit the time period that a visa is valid to 3 months so the form packet is not mailed out until you get close to the 3 month period. Zierer may require photos (some contries require them), your passport and a fee to cover the country's visa charge and Zierer's labor. You can visit http://www.zierer.com to get info on the various country requirements.

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