A Passport Card Can Be a Great Form of Off-Ship ID

A passport card can be a great form of off-ship IDEach Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Leslie, who commented on last week’s reader tip about passport cards noting that they can also be used as off-ship ID:

“I always take my passport card along with my passport when I cruise. It’s the perfect ID to take off the ship. I keep a photo of my passport on my phone with the two, you are covered for any issue.”

Of course it’s always best to check with your ship first, but good advice. Thanks, Leslie!

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