Mailing Postcards

Published 03/11/2015 10:00 PM   |    Updated 05/27/2015 07:14 PM

Postcards can be mailed each day when the ship is in port. Due to customs regulations, any type of mail other than postcards cannot be mailed from the ship; of course, letters and packages can be mailed from a local post office in the ports-of-call. 

The postal regulations of the various ports require that the postcards be stamped with a local stamp only (no U.S. postage). The Guest Services Desk sells local stamps. 

There is a mailbox located at the Guest Services Desk; one side is for postcards with 'Foreign Stamps'; these postcards will be mailed when the ship docks at the appropriate port-of-call. The other side is for postcards with 'U.S Stamps'; these postcards will be mailed from a U.S port only or when the ship returns to the U.S embarkation city, whichever comes first.

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