What are the dates for Summit at Sea 2016?
Wednesday, November 9 to Saturday, November 12
Do I need a passport in order to board the ship?
Yes. In order to board the ship, you must present a valid passport as part of your pre-boarding security screening at the Port of Miami. No one will be able to board without a passport - no exceptions.
In order to board, you will need:
Valid Passport (cannot expire prior to 11/30/16)
All Visa, Green Card, and immigration documentation for non-US citizens. Please speak to your local consulate regarding proper documentation to travel in the US and Bahamas.
Your Summit at Sea boarding confirmation. We will send this to you a few weeks prior to the event via email.
Any medication and other important personal items needed for multi-day travel.
Are you offering any Summit chartered flights to Summit at Sea this year?
Yes! Start your Summit at Sea journey in the air with a curated travel experience exclusively for Summit passengers onboard a private Delta flight from JFK to MIA. For booking instructions, click here.→
When should I arrive in Miami?
We recommend arriving no later than 2p on Wednesday, November 9. This arrival time will ensure ample time for you to embark, get settled, and dive into the first day's programming.
What airport should I fly into?
We recommend flying into Miami International Airport (MIA) which is a 20 minute drive from the Port of Miami or Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL), a 60 minute drive from the Port of Miami.
Are there pre and post events taking place in Miami?
Yes! We will have an informal meet and greet opportunity on Tuesday, November 8 and a formal post-event on the evening of November 12. We recommend a Sunday, November 13 departure for those who wish to partake in the post-event experience.
Do you have recommended hotels in Miami?
We recommend booking a room in the South Beach area for those participating in our pre-event meet up and post-event as it will offer easy access to our programming. For those just sailing with us, we recommend hotels in close proximity to the Port of Miami.