45 days before the cruise sails, you can check in online. Once you have completed the checkin, you can print your “SetSail” Pass, which is your boarding document. You don’t have to print it ahead of time, but it may save you time during the embarkation process! If you choose to do online check-in, you must complete it 3 days before sailing.
To check in, follow these steps:
Go to www.RoyalCaribbean.com
Click on “Log In”
Choose “Log-In to My Cruises”
Once you log in, you’ll be on your “My Cruises” page. From here, there are a couple of different ways to get to the check-in pages, but we’ll just go over one of them.
On the left-hand side, under “Your Reservation”, click “Review Travel Documents”.
Under “Online Check-In”, click the “View Status” button.
On the next page, you’ll see the Guest Name(s) for everyone in your cabin. In the screenshot below, Catherine has completed her checkin, but Elizabeth has not started. To begin a check-in, click the “Continue” button under Step 1 to start the checkin process.
The first section is “Guest Information”. This section has four steps, starting with “Reservation Information”. Your first and last name will be shown. Add your title if desired, and your middle name. If you do not have a middle name, check the box to indicate that. If your first or last name does not match your legal name as shown on your passport, contact us to have it changed. If you are a Crown & Anchor society member, or set up your membership when we confirmed your reservation, enter your membership number.
Next you will enter your personal and residence address information. Be sure to check the Citizenship, Gender, and Date of Birth fields for accuracy; we provided this information when we registered you. If it’s incorrect, please contact us.
Next you will enter an emergency contact person. This must be a person not traveling with you.
Finally you will enter your travel plans, plus information about your cruise history. You’ll have the option to sign up for Royal Caribbean’s emails.
The next section is “Onboard Expense Account”. You can set up a credit card for your onboard expenses, indicate that you will pay your expenses in cash, or decline an expense account. You will indicate which guest(s) on your reservation can charge to this account.
Next, you will agree to the “Cruise Ticket Contract”. (This page is quite lengthy, so the screenshot just shows what it looks like at the top, and then the final acceptance at the bottom. If any of the other guests in your reservation are minors, accept the contract for them as well.
Finally, you will return to the screen where you started. Now you will have the option to print your SetSail pass. Click the “Print” button in the last column under your name. If you are traveling with another member of your family, and wish to check that person in, you can click “Continue” under Step 1 and repeat the process. If any of their details are the same, you’ll be able to copy them from your check-in. On this screen, you can also print as many luggage tags as you’ll need (you need one for each bag you want delivered to your cabin). Remember that your luggage tags are unique to your cabin, so don’t share with anyone but your cabin mate!
You can print your SetSail Pass now, or wait and do it closer to the departure date. You’ll need this document for boarding. Click “Print” in the “Step 4” column under your name. On the next screen, click the blue “Print SetSail Pass” button.
Now you are checked in and ready to go! You can edit any of this information up until 3 days before the sail date. Just don’t forget to print a new copy of your SetSail Pass if you make changes.