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We have compiled the most frequently asked questions from our passengers and listed them here for your convenience. If you don't see the answer you're looking for, call 1-800-334–2630 and speak to one of our knowledgeable reservation coordinators who will be happy to assist you.


Is a Passport required for this cruise? Does the ship offer Internet Service?
Can TTI help with Airline Arrangements? What About Electrical Appliances?
What about Hotel Accommodations? Are There Baby-Sitters?
What is the Physical Address for the port of Tampa? Are there planned actvities for kids?
How do I drive to the port? Tipping?
Where can I park my vehicle for the cruise? Photographic Experiences
Will I Get Seasick? Birthdays and Anniversaries
Can I use my cell phone on the cruise? What to Do With Your Valuables?
Is There a Doctor on Board? What About Towels?
Medications? Are there restrictions on traveling with an infant or traveling while pregnant?
Will I be able to use my wheelchair or scooter onboard?

Is a Passport required for this cruise? U.S. citizens are required to present proof of citizenship. The following WHTI-Compliant Documents are acceptable for cruise travel: U.S. Passport, Passport Card, State Enhanced Driver's License, Certificate of U.S. Naturalization. Also acceptable for cruise travel, U.S. citizens can show proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate issued by a government agency and accompanied by government-issued photo identification. A U.S. citizen under the age of 16 will be able to present either an original, notarized or certified copy of their birth certificate. Note: Baptismal papers, hospital certificates of birth, voter registration cards, or Social Security cards are not considered proof of citizenship. For more information, visit travel.state.gov. Passengers denied boarding are not eligible for a refund. Foreign nationals should contact their respective governments to obtain further details.

Can TTI help with Airline Arrangements? Templeton Tours can arrange airline reservations for you for the cruise. Please call us for a quote on round trip airfare when your travel plans are firm. Actual ticket price is determined at the time payment is made and tickets are issued.

What about Hotel Accommodations? Templeton Tours can arrange hotel accommodations for you before or after the cruise. We have a block of rooms at a special rate. Please call 1-800-334-2630 for details.  

What is the Physical Address forPort Canaveral?

Cruise Terminal #6
9241 Charles M Rowland Dr
Port Canaveral, FL 32920

How do I drive to the port?

Directions from Airports
From Orlando International Airport (MCO)
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is approximately 45 minutes west of Port Canaveral. Take the North Exit from the Airport, staying to the right, to S.R. 528 East (Toll Road). Take S.R. 528 east directly to Port Canaveral, Exit 54A for A Terminals (CT-5, -6, -8 and -10) or Exit 54B for B Terminals (CT-1 or CT-3).

From Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB) is located approximately 25 miles (40 minutes) south of Port Canaveral. Exit east (left) out of the airport onto NASA Boulevard and follow to U.S. Highway 1. Turn left (north) onto U.S Highway 1. Travel approximately 20 minutes on U.S. Highway 1 past S.R. 520 in Cocoa about four miles to S.R. 528 East. Exit onto S.R. 528 East and continue directly to Port Canaveral, Exit 54A for A Terminals (CT-5, -6, -8 and -10) or Exit 54B for B Terminals (CT-1 or CT-3).

From Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
The Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) is approximately 1 hour northwest of Port Canaveral. Exit the airport south to the Central Florida Greenway/ S.R. 417 (Toll Road). Go south 23 miles to S.R. 528 East.  Exit onto S.R. 528 East (Toll Road) and continue directly to Port Canaveral, Exit 54A for A Terminals (CT-5, -6, -8 and -10) or Exit 54B for B Terminals (CT-1 or CT-3).

Where can I park my vehicle for the cruise?

Click here to see a map of Port Canaveral Cruise Terminals

Parking is $17.00 per day (Vehicles & RVs), including day of arrival and day of departure. 

*Rates are subject to change without notice. Contact the Canaveral Port Authority at 321-783-7831 for the latest information.

Please note: Parking rates, terminal assignments and schedules are subject to change without notice.

Will I Get Seasick? Seasickness is very rare on ships as large as ours. All our ships are equipped with stabilizers which are designed to keep them smooth and steady in the water. If you should feel queasy, medicine is available from your cabin steward, the Information Desk or from the doctor.

Can I use my cell phone on the cruise? Yes, cell phone service is available onboard the ship. International Roaming rates will apply, so check with your cell phone service provider to determine what the charges will be. Texting is the most economical way to communicate with loved ones while cruising.

Is There a Doctor on Board? Yes, a qualified physician and nurse from our medical staff are on call 24 hours a day. Infirmary hours for medical examinations can be found onboard. A professional fee will be charged. If you should come down with a contagious disease, or even suspect a contagious disease, it is compulsory that you report it to the ship's doctor for the safety of everyone on board. Should you be on any medication, or want the medical staff to be aware of any special needs, please contact our infirmary. This will ensure they will be prepared should you need assistance. Our doctors are independent contractors.

Medications? Please carry your required medication in your pocket or purse so that it will be available when needed. Checked luggage may not be accessible at all times. If you're using any prescription drugs, vitamins or other medication on a regular basis, you should bring an adequate supply with you since these may not be readily available either aboard ship or in our ports of call. Commonly used medications may be purchased at the office of the ship's doctor.

Does the ship offer Internet Service?

Yes, there are 2 options to stay connected while onboard.

1. Wireless Internet Access (Wi-Fi)
All you need is a wireless device with wifi capability.

2. Wired (Internet Cafe)
Internet stations are available onboard, the location of which vary depending on the ship.

Prices for internet access vary and are subject to change. Log on to the to the wi-fi network using your device, open your browser and follow instructions to log on.

What About Electrical Appliances? Bring them with you by all means. Staterooms are equipped with both North American standard, 110 volts AC and standard European 220/230 volts AC outlets.

Are There Baby-Sitters? Babysitting is offered. Babysitting fees apply: $6.75 USD per hour plus an 18% gratuity, per child

Are there planned activities for kids? Carnival's Camp Ocean offers a complete childrens program for ages 2-11 to include all sorts of adventures as they explore daily fun activities such as arts and crafts, movies, scavenger hunts, and more!. Penguins, the youngest campers, ages 2 to 5, Stingray group is ages 6 to 8, and the Shark group is for ages 9 to11.

Tipping? Gratuities will be billed in addition to the cost of your cruise. The gratuities are for the following personnel:

  • Dining Room Maitre d'
  • Dining Room Head Waiter
  • Dining Room Waiter
  • Dining Room Assistant Waiter
  • Room Steward

Other personnel, such as Bar Waiters, Bellboys and Deck Stewards should be tipped as service is rendered.

Photographic Experiences Remember to keep smiling! You never know when the Ship's Photographer may take a candid picture of you. The photos will be on display and are available for purchase. Special requests can be made by appointment and are available for a fee. If you like taking your own pictures, film for cameras is on sale in the duty-free shop. One-day developing service is available on board ship. See the Photo Gallery Office for details. Please see Photographic Experiences for more information.

Birthdays and Anniversaries If you're going to celebrate a birthday or wedding anniversary during your cruise, please let the Maitre d' know.

What to Do With Your Valuables? Staterooms have safes where you can store your valuables. Safety Deposit boxes are available at the Guest Relations (Purser's) Desk. This service is free of charge unless the key is lost. A nominal fee will apply for any lost keys. Safety deposit boxes are available on a first come first serve basis.

What About Towels? Towels are supplied on deck by the pool, so please don't bring any up from your stateroom.

Will I be able to use my wheelchair or scooter onboard? Yes, the standard door width is 25 inches for staterooms. There are staterooms designed to accommodate guests with mobility disabilities and other disabilities. Please inform Templeton Tours if you have any special needs requirements, 1-800-334-2630.

Are there restrictions on traveling with an infant or traveling while pregnant? Yes, the cruise line does not accept bookings for infants 6 months or younger on the date of sailing, or from women who will be 25 or more weeks pregnant prior to the conclusion of the cruise.

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