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  • When you port to participate in Port Adventures in Nassau or Castaway, do you carry your passports? If so, how do you keep things safe so that it will not get wet in the water?
  • - Asked by Kathy from Kansas on 12/11/2013
  • Welcome aboard, Kathy! Participating in Port Adventures with Disney Cruise Line is such a great way to add even more magic to your already amazing cruise! I hope you're finding a few that interest your family in each port!

    Some guests bring their passports or a photocopy of their passports with them into each port. We used to bring our passports themselves, but now prefer to keep them locked in the safe in our stateroom and carry a copy of the passport with us into port, just in case. As with any other belongings you bring with you, you'll want to keep them with you as you head out on your adventure. Many water-related adventures will offer guest lockers or secure areas to store their bags while they get wet. If you're on a boat, you might consider putting your valuables in plastic baggies within your larger bag to ensure they stay dry.

    I hope that helps as you begin planning these exciting adventures, Kathy! Let me know if I can help with anything else before you set sail!
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