Cuban Government have given approval to cruise lines to sail Cuba
I’m not sure about you but Cuba is on my bucket list of places to see, so the recent news that the Cuban government are allowing cruise lines to sail from Cuba or visit as a port of call is fantastic!!
Currently Royal Caribbean have announced that they will be deploying two cruise ships to Cuba. Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas have also had approval from the Cuban government.
The Luxury Oceania Marina 1,258 passenger ship will offer stops at Havana on select Caribbean itineraries. Many will be for more than one day.
Another luxury liner; Regent Seven Seas will have the Mariner 700 passenger ship offering two cruises visiting Havana in 2017.
The Norwegian Sky, a 2,004 passenger ship will offer 4 night sailings from Miami to Havana throughout May 2017. These will be overnight stays in Havana.
Excursions offered by all ships will be focusing on Cuban culture, as well as Art and History. Due to the strictness of the Cuban government, this is a must for all cruise lines excursions. US citizens have been told they are not allowed to just engage in purely tourist activities whilst on their visit to Cuba, they must engage in activities intended to enhance contact with the Cuban people – Very strict don’t you think?
We are hoping to receive full details for the dates and itineraries at the end of December. Check back for more information!
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