FLASH: Cuba Cruise Itineraries for 2017
If you’d like to experience Cuba before McDonald’s and Starbucks make their inevitable assault, 2017 just might be the year to make a move.
While many cruise lines have been impatiently waiting for Cuban approval, in a surprise move, Cuba approved quite a number of cruise lines in recent weeks as they’re uncertain what a Trump presidency might mean to their promising travel trade.
While many of the cruise lines have simply added a one or two-night Havana stay to one of their existing itineraries, there are a couple of respected cruise lines that have rather extensive Cuba journeys for those who prefer a Cuban deep-dive, over a light sampler.
To view the available Cuba cruises available for 2017, CLICK HERE. For some reason, Norwegian Cruise Lines is not showing up in this list, but they have 5 sailings that overnight in Havana as well.
From a price perspective, prices are going to start at $779 for an entry-level stateroom on Royal Caribbean, where the seven-night Caribbean cruises aboard Regent Seven Seas Mariner featuring Havana, Cuba start at $2,999 per person and include airfare, unlimited shore excursions, WiFi, fine wine and spirits, along with a host of other amenities.
And if you’re looking for a deep-dive with one of the more adventurous itineraries, Star Clippers sailings start at $1,320/person, where the Ponant luxury yacht sailing will appeal more to the luxe crowd and will be above that.
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