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On 6/19/2022 at 7:40 PM, Tiffany Weller said:

If we are unvaccinated (with approved exemption) and test negative prior to boarding the ship, are we eligible to get off ship at the  ports like St. Thomas and St. Martin?

Currently for St Thomas and St Maarten (that's where the dock is) there are no special restrictions for unvaccinated cruise passengers being allowed off ship to tour around. Not sure if the St Martin (French) side of the island has any restrictions when crossing from the Netherlands controlled side. Do KIM that these allowances and restrictions can change at ports of call in a heartbeat and at the discretion of the local government special protocols can be applied to individual ships rather than any/all making a port of call stop there.

Current "Caribbean" ports of call (that I know off) with special no disembarkation restrictions for cruise passengers: Bermuda, Bonaire, Colombia, Grand Cayman, Grand Turk,  St. Kitts, San Juan, and Tortola. All of which bar passengers over a certain age without full vaccine status from leaving the ship. There may be others as well that limit unvaccinated cruise passengers to certain select government pre-approve tours or limit them to just the secured port complex area, and it is best to consult each port's individual website &/or that country's division of tourism pages just prior to boarding.

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