Travel

What travel documents do I need?

A valid Passport or Passport Card is required to attend Holy Ship!, as you will be traveling outside of the country. Every year, several people are denied boarding due to improper or insufficient documentation. A Passport not only ensures boarding but it allows for a smooth check-in process. You can renew or apply for a Passport online. 

Non-US citizens should check with their local authorities to confirm the travel documents required.
When and where do we board the ship?

Boarding is from 11:00am - 3:30pm on the day of departure from Port Canaveral in Cocoa Beach. You MUST be on the ship no later than 4:00 PM or risk being denied boarding. We set sail at 6:00 PM. NO EXCEPTIONS!

What airport should I fly into and how far is it from Port Canaveral?
We recommend flying into Orlando International Airport (MCO). The drive is approximately 50 minutes, give or take depending on traffic. Plan accordingly!
Is airfare or airport transportation included in the cost of the cabin?
No. All passengers are responsible for booking their own airfare and transportation to the port.
When should I schedule my flights?

For arrival we recommend getting the earliest flight you can or coming in the night before as flight delays are more common during this time of year.

For departures from Orlando International Airport, Norwegian Cruise Lines recommends booking a flight after 1:30 PM to allow enough time to get off the ship and pass through customs.

Beats at Sea, LLC is not be responsible for anyone who misses a flight, book at your own discretion. 

In addition to my bathing suit, what else should I pack?
  • Passport
  • Sunglasses/ Hat
  • Sunscreen/ Aloe
  • Bugspray
  • Reuseable Bottle/ Cup
  • Rain Gear
  • Warm Clothes
  • Camera
  • Ear Plugs
  • Your favorite festival gear
Can I bring a camera?

Small handheld cameras without interchangeable lenses are acceptable for personal use only. Commercial use of photography and video is strictly prohibited. No professional photography equipment may be used including DSLR’s and drones. Due to artist requests, the recording of any Holy Ship! performances is prohibited. Any recordings found will be confiscated.

What should I NOT pack?

No illegal substances or paraphernalia, alcohol, non-alcoholic beverages, food, weapons or pets. The use of illegal drugs is strictly prohibited on Holy Ship!. All local, federal and state laws pertaining to drug use and/or possession must be respected.

Can we bring water onboard?
No. But you can pre-purchase a case of water to be delivered to your room. This can be done through your NCL Account once you receive your booking information closer to the event.
Can we bring our own alcohol on the ship?

No. Norwegian Cruise Lines does not permit any food or beverage to be brought onboard and reserves the right to refuse the sale of alcoholic beverages to anyone. Alcoholic beverages purchased in the ship's gift shops or in ports of call will be retained by Norwegian Cruise Lines until the end of the voyage.

Can I bring medication onboard?
Medication must be checked in with the ship prior to boarding. You cannot carry more than what is needed for the length of your cruise. You must have the prescription with you and carried in the original bottle.
How many pieces of luggage can I bring?

There is no limit to how many bags you are allowed to bring onboard, however be mindful that storage space in cabins is very limited. Both carry-on and checked bags must go through security. Make sure your luggage is tagged with the Norwegian luggage tags you will receive at the port.