FAQ

Caribbean Poker Classic FAQ

  • May additional passengers be brought along on the cruise?

The qualifier packages include a deluxe stateroom for two. If necessary, passengers can ask for a room for four people. Extra passengers cost $650 per person including the complimentary meal plan, taxes, surcharges and gratuities.

  • Are children allowed on the Caribbean Poker Classic cruise?

Children are welcome aboard and may share your cabin with you.

  • Is there Internet access available on the cruise ship?

Pre-paid Wi-Fi is present in every room and throughout the ship.

  • What are the passport and visa requirements?

We recommend that you contact the Consular Services of the countries on your itinerary directly or visit www.royalcaribbean.com for information on passport and visa requirements.

  • How does the buy-in for the $2,500 Main Event work?

You can pre-purchase the $2500+$200 buy-in from your player account, or you can buy-in directly in the poker room, paying in cash.

  • Who directs the Caribbean Poker Classic tournament?

The 2008 tournament director is Thomas Kremser.

  • What is the dress code for the Caribbean Poker Classic?

Poker players that won packages are kindly requested to wear their branded clothing when in the poker room, especially during the $2,500 Main Event. There is no dress code for other participants in the tournament.

  • Who may enter the 2008 Caribbean Poker Classic?

Since the Caribbean Poker Classic is an open event, anyone over the age of 18 is allowed to enter the tournament. Players can also win seats via online satellite tournaments.