Royal Caribbean has announced that the Cuban government has granted them approval for cruises to Cuba and they plan to announce their first Florida-Cuba itineraries in the near future. At the same time, Oceania Cruises has revealed its first three inaugural voyages from Miami to Cuba. The first will depart in March 2017.
MSC Cruises is to strengthen its presence in Cuba by home-porting a second ship in Havana from the winter 2016-17 season. In a move that will quickly double the number of MSC Cruises Caribbean itineraries centred on Cuba, MSC Armonia will join MSC Opera in Havana, from November 2016, for the entire winter season.
Cuba Cruise’s M/V Louis Cristal called in Havana’s Sierra Maestra Terminal last week, wrapping up the final sailing of the Canadian company’s 2015/2016 season.
Now wrapping up its second consecutive season, Cuba Cruise has announced new details about its highly anticipated return to the island next winter. The trailblazing company has launched a brand new cruise itinerary for its 2015/2016 season, including two full days in Cuba’s vibrant capital city and a new port of call in idyllic, palm-fringed Maria la Gorda. Travellers can join the cruise in Montego Bay, Jamaica or Havana, Cuba every week from December 18th, 2015 to March 21st, 2016.
The M/V Louis Cristal docked Monday morning in Havana, capping off the last sailing of Cuba Cruise’s 2013/2014 maiden season. For the past 15 weeks, Cuba Cruise has delighted and surprised international travellers with the wonder and beauty of the Caribbean’s most eclectic island. As the inaugural season comes to a close, the Canadian company enthusiastically prepares for its second run, from December 22nd, 2014 to March 30th, 2015.
Midway through its successful inaugural season, Cuba Cruise, the niche product affiliated with Louis Cruises, is thrilled to announce new sailing details for the 2014/2015 season.
After four years of enthusiastic preparation, Cuba Cruise embarked from Havana last night for its premiere voyage circumnavigating the Caribbean island. International passengers excitedly watched from the deck as the ship sailed under the moonlit sky towards Holguin, the second port on the exclusive itinerary.
After recently announcing details on ports of call never before offered by a cruise-line or tour company in a single sailing, Cuba Cruise is excited to reveal their diverse shore excursions highlighting the magic of Cuba.
Now Europeans can access the newly-launched Cuba Cruise breaking new ground with its circumnavigation of Cuba. Finally Cuba’s fascinating but otherwise hard to reach ports are accessible to all. Each cruise includes the opportunity to visit world famous beaches, six UNESCO world heritage sites and four National Parks & Preserves, as well as in-depth exploration of Cuba’s dynamic culture