Noonsite will have the best info.. but a cursory look reveals quarantines, required certificates and flat-out 'no way'... so check carefully wherever you plan to go. Look under each countrys' "Pets" category.
Jim and Deb Faughn's blog indicated that cruising with their parrot was pretty much not worth the trouble to any foreign port. Bahamas, for example, wanted them to get an animal import and export permit, plus a special passport from Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) indicating that this bird is okay to travel and not being smuggled. (Apparently this is a good idea if you've got a musical instrument with ivory, real ebony or rosewood parts in it as well...)
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