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  1. It also limits which Caribbean islands you visit. I have to say the only rude immigration staff I have come across is in Miami and I would now avoid that port at all costs, at the end of the day they have a job to do and we may not like their paranoia but it's their country .. their rules
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  2. Loyalty rewards is a difficult topic. Do you do what, as others have said as per airlines etc., have a cut off period so only your activity for the last, say, 5 years count or do you reward long term loyalty. Is it based on night aboard ship or spend. Personally that is my gripe. As a single traveller I have to spend 'the single supplement ' more per night to get the same benefit as a individual travelling as a couple. My problem I know. Whatever the solution the loyalty benefits are no spectacular for the amount one has to pay to reach those exalted tiers.
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  3. Always used US $, but beware of the change which could be in the local currency
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  4. Especially when they ask "are you a terrorist". A friend of ours once said that you should never link American and Intelligence together in the same sentence
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  5. NO Cruise Chef - it is done ashore now and depending on how many gates the immigration personnel man will determine how long it takes. They take your fingure prints and photgraph your eyes now and it all takes time Charleston took up to 8 hours New Orleans 20 minutes New York about 30 minutes A lot will also depend on the size of the ship - it is pot luck
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