FAQ

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What's included in the price?

 Prices are in US $ and include training fee, Royal Caribbean's port fees & taxes, RCCL insurance, and your cruise accommodations. Gratuities NOT INCLUDED. Rates are per person for double occupancy. (2 people/room) 

    

-In addition the following are included: 

-Most meals onboard

-Some beverages onboard

-Most entertainment onboard

-Ship accommodations

-Ocean transportation

What's not included in the price?

Anything not specifically stated above is not covered.  This includes airfare, gratuities, port transfers and specialty dining.  In addition, the following are not included;  


     

-Dining in Specialty Restaurants such as Portofino, Izumi Sushi

-Dining in Johnny Rockets

-Spa and Salon   services

-Gambling (Including Bingo)

-Art Auction

-Any purchases made in the gift shops onboard

-Shore excursions

-Photographs

-Video Arcade

-Medical Services

-Internet Access

-Transfers

-Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services

-Ship to Shore   Telephone calls

-Gratuities

-Alcoholic Beverages

-Non-Alcoholic   Beverages (excluding water, lemonade and iced tea)

What are the terms and conditions?

The Terms & Conditions for the event can be found here.

What travel documents do I need to board a Royal Caribbean cruise ship (U.S. Citizens)?

 

For US Sailings - US Citizens need a copy of their official Birth Certificate and a supporting Government Issued Photo ID, Hospital Birth Certificates are not accepted (baby feet Birth Certificates). We highly recommend guest sail with their valid US Passport with 6 months validity past their cruise.

For International Sailings- US Citizens require a valid Passport and the corresponding visa required for entry and exit from the country.

It is important that the name on your reservation be exactly as it is stated on your passport or other official proof of nationality. If your name has changed since your document was issued (e.g., marriage or divorce), it is required that you update the document with the new name or provide an official supporting document (e.g., a state, county or province issued marriage license, divorce decree or legal name change document) of the name change. All documents must be the original or a notarized copy. Additionally, if you are using an identification (e.g., driver's license) and a citizenship document ( e.g., birth certificate), then BOTH documents must match the name on your reservation. Otherwise, it may result in delay or possible denial of boarding.

What should I pack?

Training Gear:  For training you must have standard Jiu Jitsu attire. Shorts that are shorter than mid-thigh MUST NOT be loose. Mouth guards are required. You are encouraged to bring 2-4 gis as you should be training a lot, and your belt must match your rank. No sleeveless shirts allowed for training. While not training, be mindful of the climate. Check the weather forecast leading up to the cruise and bring suitable attire. 

Personal Items:

We suggest that guests transport all their medications in their carry-on luggage to minimize the potential for diversion or loss of medications and advise that all medications remain in their original, labeled prescription containers.  It is also advisable to pack at least three days of extra medication in the event of an unexpected change in the itinerary of the voyage.

Clothing:

When you’re on board, the right look will vary by venue. But here are a few types of suggested attire you’ll see, grouped by occasion. Shoes should be low-heeled for deck activities. Bring a few swimsuits (so you will always have a dry one). Ashore, you’ll need comfortable walking shoes.

If you're cruising to the Caribbean, Mexico or other warm weather destinations, bring a hat for protection from the sun. If your cruise vacation will take you to Alaska, Canada & New England or Northern Europe, be sure to pack a jacket and several sweaters.

Casual: You're on vacation – relax! Jeans, shorts, tees, tank tops, polos, sundresses and blouses are all the right amount of laid back. Please keep swimwear to the Pool Deck.

Smart Casual: Think of this as a step up from your typical dinner wear. Dress to impress with jackets, sports coats, blazers, collared shirts, dresses, skirts and blouses, or pantsuits.

Formal: Make it a night out in your best black-tie look – suits and ties, tuxedos, cocktail dresses or evening gowns.

Last Night of Cruise: Bring an overnight bag for your last night at sea. Staff will collect your luggage the night before disembarkation and you will need an overnight bag to carry your nightclothes and toiletries.

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