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visa question for us citizen going to europe

Hi all,

I am a us citizen and have been offered a crew position aboard a boat heading to Europe. We will visit the Azores and end in Gibraltar. Aside from the standard schengen issues, are there any special visa requirements for us citizens arriving into the EU by sea? I will contact the appropriate embassies, but thought someone here could give me a quick and easy answer and/or point me to a resource.

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Nothing.

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Hi all,

I am a us citizen and have been offered a crew position aboard a boat heading to Europe. We will visit the Azores and end in Gibraltar. Aside from the standard schengen issues, are there any special visa requirements for us citizens arriving into the EU by sea? I will contact the appropriate embassies, but thought someone here could give me a quick and easy answer and/or point me to a resource.

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No guns. That stops most Americans.


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