Discussion in 'Cruises' started by jobiland, Aug 11, 2015.
I would add that the ESTA clearance must be granted for anyone to travel to US, though luckily this only costs about $14 and lasts two years. As you enter the US, your passport will be stamped with a Visa Waver Program entry stamp with a date, and it will be limited to 90 days from the day you arrive.
I've never heard one could cruise to the US one way. Certainly not now with the increased security climate. At least, that's what I'm thinking. If you are buying one-way international tickets, I'd be very weary as it could set you up for extra screening or worse, being denied entry.
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