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Currency Exchange

Published 03/12/2015 02:00 AM   |    Updated 02/05/2019 03:10 PM

Domestic Cruises
We do not offer a currency exchange service on board with the exception of Canadian dollars.

As a convenience for our Canadian guests, the onboard Guest Services Desk provides currency exchange for Canadian dollars to U.S dollars at the current exchange rate; there is a fee for this service. In addition, Canadian Traveler’s Checks can also be cashed. Most ports of call we visit on domestic cruises accept U.S dollars. In addition, while in port, guests may visit local banks to obtain currency exchange or use local Automatic Teller Machines (ATM) to withdraw money.

Cruises Visiting Cuba
There are two types of currencies in Cuba – CUC (Cuban Convertible Peso) and CUP (Cuban Peso). The CUC is the currency used by tourists while the CUP is used by locals. Guests can exchange money to convertible pesos (CUCs) at the terminal in Havana, as well as in hotels, banks and exchange offices for a fee.

Europe Cruises
We do not offer a currency exchange service on board. Guests can obtain Euros at the Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) on board or in port in order to withdraw the amount of money they will need, usually at a better rate than any of the Currency Exchange locations in port.

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