KEELING - Answered a Question by SHEPPARD (18 Apr 08 15:46)

What is the single usage charge.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by SHEPPARD (18 Apr 08 19:15)

China most definitely, and also for Vietnam. If you are British passport holder then no to other countries. To get them you go to the approprite embassy's website, although RCI (parent company) did organise onboard visas for Vietnam this season so you may want to check with Celebrity/Azamara if they are doing likewise.

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burdon - Answered a Question by SHEPPARD (19 Apr 08 15:26)

Your cruise company should advise you onw what visa requirements you need.There is usually a note in the back of the brochure to advise you on this, some cruise lines actually sort out your visas at an extra cost.

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burdon - Answered a Question by SHEPPARD (19 Apr 08 15:26)

Your cruise company should advise you onw what visa requirements you need.There is usually a note in the back of the brochure to advise you on this, some cruise lines actually sort out your visas at an extra cost.

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SHEPPARD - Answered a Question by SHEPPARD (21 Apr 08 22:08)

As a follow up to my question dated 18/4/08 re visas,I should explain that I received a note from Celebrity who are Azamara parent company,which stated that there was a visa requirement for some of the countries visited on this cruise and I should ring their recommended visa agent TLCS Global Visa Services.Unfortunately when I rang I was told thankyou for ringing you are being charged £1 per minute.So I declined and hung up.So I am in the process of finding out!.Thankyou for your replies.

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