Carnival Goes Paperless

Carnival Cruise Line on Monday launched an electronic cruise document system that operates similarly to airlines' online check-in processes. Located on Carnival's web site, the MyDocuments portal gives guests real-time access to booking information, boarding passes, luggage tags and other materials, such as a day-by-day itinerary schedule and purchased shore excursions. To gain access, guests need their booking number, last name and ship and sailing date. A printable booking summary also is available, which includes a "Things to Know Before You Go" section and printable forms for the line's "Sail & Sign" shipboard credit card system. The technology can be used with any cruise aboard Carnival. Guests can still opt to have traditional paper documents mailed to them or their travel agent 30 days before their cruise. Visit [www.carnival.com].

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