As with all holidays to foreign countries, you will need to have a valid biometric (e-passport) or machine-readable passport. Your passport must have a minimum of six months validity after the date of your return, and sufficient blank pages for entry and exit stamps (applicable to the length and ports of call in your itinerary).
This applies to British Citizen passports. If you hold a different passport then you should contact the relevant embassies or consulates to confirm your entry requirements. If you do not possess the correct documentation, you may be denied boarding, without refund of the cruise fare, subject to any fine or other costs incurred by Ambassador Cruise Line.
Visas, testing and passenger locator forms (plfs)
Visa, testing and entry requirements can change at any time, and it is your own responsibility to ensure that you check with a professionally qualified source and comply with such requirements.
The Visa Travel Company is Ambassador Cruise Line’s preferred visa, testing and entry provider. They can offer help and advice on specific requirements for Ambassador Cruise Line’s cruising itineraries as well as independent travel. For your convenience, The Travel Visa company’s online portal provides detailed visa, testing and entry information for Ambassador’s cruises, as well as online and downloadable applications.
For more information please visit https://thetravelvisacompany.co.uk/ambassador-cruise-line/ or alternatively you can call on 01270 904 907.
Disclaimer: It is important that you recheck your passport and visa requirements no later than 2 months prior to your cruise departure. The information provided on this site was correct at the time of publishing and is subject to change. It is your responsibility to travel with the correct travel documentation.