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Adventure travel Blog post December 8, 2016
Classic Cuban apartment dwellings in Havana.

Courtesy of Adufilms

Classic Cuban apartment dwellings in Havana.

Sailing soon from the U.S. to Cuba: ships from Norwegian and Royal Caribbean

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It’s full steam ahead to Cuba for two of the world’s major cruise companies.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings and Royal Caribbean Cruises, both Miami-based, signed agreements Wednesday with the Cuban government just minutes apart to take passenger ships to the island nation.

All three of Norwegian’s lines — Norwegian Cruise Line, premium line Oceania Cruises and luxury line Regent Seven Seas — and two Royal Caribbean brands — Royal Caribbean International and high-end line Azamara Club Cruises — will sail from the U.S. to Cuba in the near future, the companies said.

Previously, the only U.S.-to-Cuba sailings stopped only in the island nation, aboard Carnival Corp.’s Fathom brand.
Walter Christen's insight:

This is great news for people who want to take a cruise to Cuba. It is on my bucket list for the culture and people of this island nation.  The trips will be people-to-people exchanges, one of the 12 categories of travel under which Americans can visit Cuba.





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