When booking a cruise, it is generally not required to use your middle name.
If your middle name is included on your passport or other form of government-issued identification, it may be a good idea to use it when booking your cruise. This is because the name on your booking must match the name on your identification, and any discrepancies could result in delays or even being denied boarding. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your name is spelled correctly and matches your identification.
Some cruise lines may have specific policies regarding the use of middle names. For example, some may require you to include your middle name if it is included on your identification, while others may not require it at all. It is always a good idea to check with the cruise line before booking to see if they have any specific requirements.
You can add a middle name or middle initial while booking online booking offline with one of our Travel Agents. Chagning or adding a middle initial or middle name after booking may incur a fee. Check with one of our agents to make any changes to your reservation.
For more information about online registration with the cruise line, visit: What information is required when pre-registering with the cruise line?
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