Oasis of the Seas Passport Requirements & Travel Information
The Oasis of the Seas Passport Requirements are simple: all travelers are required to have a valid passport. This includes those who are citizens of the United States and Canada and who want to enter the United States via land, air or sea. US citizens who will be experiencing sea and land crossings while they are sailing to destinations in the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Mexico or Canada could be eligible for an exception to this requirement.
As long as these United States citizens are traveling on Oasis of the Seas closed-loop cruises that begin and end in the same US port, they can re-enter the country using other citizenship documentation. A birth certificate or picture ID issued by the government, a certificate of naturalization or a consular report of born abroad certificate are all acceptable forms of documentation.
In spite of this exception, Royal Caribbean, the cruise line company that oversees the Oasis of the Seas, recommends that every traveler arm themselves with a valid passport prior to boarding one of their ships. Doing so could significantly reduce the amount of complications and delays that could arise if a traveler must fly back to the United States prior to the end of the cruise. A passport also facilitates a smooth entry back onto the ship should the traveler miss it at one of its ports.