Can you get your Passports stamped at the ports?

Can you get your Passports stamped at the ports?

 

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I got mine stamped in Costa Rica and Jamaica.

Many of the ports have a place to get them stamped. 

Yep, every one Ive ever visited has a place at or near the pier for that.   I think they know some folks do it just for show...but unless its mandatory, I don't carry mine...but that photocopy thing is a great idea. Some cruises "suggest" you carry it "just in case"...in case of what?? in case you want to lose it? If its mandatory, its mandatory...if not, it stays in the safe...buy some magnets for the frig instead...

Not sure if I would want it stamped. Certain stamps are like a flare for customs on arriving home .. if you were there you will be pulled ;)

You can, but you have to look for the customs station to do it.  Was never motivated enough to do it.

Never thought about it, but I understand it can be done.

Customs at the port might do it but I never go out of my way to do it.

 

In case you are in an accident or miss the ship for some other reason.  A photocopy won't get you far if you have to fly home from a foreign country.

In the event that you do not make it back to the ship the cruise line will empty the safe in your cabin and the cabin of your personal effects and leave them with the harbour master. You would identify yourself and pick up your belongings from the harbour master

You can get it stamped just inside the ship terminal in Nassau.  I had to add extra pages to my passport so I am not looking for extra stamps.  Now you can't add extra pages to a passport.  .

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