Cruises to Cuba
Located just about 90 miles south of Key West, Florida, the Caribbean island of Cuba is a new cruise destination for Americans. Citizens of most other countries were already able to enjoy this destination. Cruises to Cuba can now be arranged by traveling with a cruise line that has a "people to people" license. Only certain cruise lines are offering Cuba cruises to United States citizens.
Azamara Club Cruises has several Cuba cruises available with departures in March 2019 to December 2019 aboard Azamara Journey. Experiences will include a visit to the open air cabaret, Tropicana, a Nelson Dominguez art gallery tour, Havana by classic car along the Malecón waterfront and Hemingway’s Havana. View Azamara cruises to Cuba.
Carnival Cruises is offering Cuba cruises aboard Carnival Paradise (during 2019 and 2020), Carnival Victory (during 2019), Carnival Sunrise (during 2019 and 2020), and Carnival Sensation (during 2020). Such sailings range in length from 4 to 8 nights and include a daytime and depart from either Miami, Port Canaveral, Ft. Lauderdale, or Tampa, Florida. There are also departures from Charleston, South Carolina, New York City, New York, and Norfolk, Virginia. View Carnival cruises to Cuba.
Holland America Line offers cruises to Cuba departing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida onboard ms Veendam. Depending on the departure day, these voyages will include a stop in Havana, as well as the possibility of calls at Cienfuegos, another Cuba destination, and several Caribbean ports. Most itineraries will include extended calls in Cuba, allowing guests to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and immerse themselves in a wide array of historical and cultural adventures. Onboard, Holland America has enhanced the Cuba experience through the line's Explorations Central (or "EXC") program, featuring EXC Guides offering presentations and talks that enable guests to deepen their understanding of the Caribbean's largest island. View Holland America Line cruises to Cuba.
MSC Cruises features cruises to Cuba departing from Miami, Florida onboard MSC Armonia. Depending on the itinerary, these voyages include at least one overnight stop in Havana. Sailings range in length from 6 to 14 nights along with stops in destinations such as Jamaica, the Cayman Islnds, Cozumel, and Honduras. View MSC Cruises to Cuba.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers cruises to Cuba aboard several of their ships (Explorer, Mariner, Navigator, Splendor, and Voyager) from March 2019 to March 2021. Depending upon the ship and itinerary, these voyages include stops in Havana, Cienfuegos, and Santiago de Cuba. Your itinerary may include overnight stops in ports so that you can make the most of your time in Cuba. Sailings range from 7 to 17 nights. View Regent Seven Seas Cruises to Cuba.
Royal Caribbean Cuba cruises are currently offered on Empress of the Seas and Majesty of the Seas, with voyages for sale departing through January 2020. Each of the Royal Caribbean sailings is 4- to 8-nights long (depending on the departure date), including at least a port stop (sometimes overnight) in Havana, Cuba on one day of the cruise. View Royal Caribbean cruises to Cuba.
Norwegian Cruise Line is offering 4 to 7-night Cuba cruises aboard the all-inclusive Norwegian Sky and Norwegian Sun, departing through November 2019 (sailing round trip from Miami or Port Canaveral, and including an overnight in Havana). View NCL cruises to Cuba.
Oceania Cruises, an award-winning deluxe cruise line, is offering voyages to Cuba ports of call on select voyages departing March 2019 through August 2020.
View Oceania cruises to Cuba.
Seabourn is a luxury cruise line offering 11 to 25-night voyages to Cuba, including stops at ports like Havana, Santiago de Cuba, and Cienfuegos. Cruises to Cuba aboard Seabourn Sojourn depart from Miami, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico now through December 2019. View Seabourn cruises to Cuba.
Lindblad Expeditions, with National Geographic, offers a comprehensive Land & Sea people-to-people program. Every one of their Cuba expeditions includes a veteran expedition leader, along with a team of three staff members that are deeply knowledgeable regarding the history, cultures, and wilderness of Cuba. During a Lindblad Cuba cruise you'll travel with a naturalist/photo instructor, as well as two cultural specialists or historians.
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Highlighted Cuba Cruise Attractions
The following are just a few of the many things to do while in Cuba:
The city center of Havana, the capital city and commercial center of Cuba. Founded in 1519, Old Havana is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was one of the world's main shipbuilding sites during the 17th century. Plaza de Armas is the public square that most tourists visit while in Old Havana. Cruises to Cuba give those particating an opportunity to visit other places of interest in Old Havana that may include El Capitolio, and the Museum of the Revolution.
Museum of the Revolution
This historic museum was inaugurated in 1920, and was the Presidential Palace until 1959. The exhibits at this museum mostly focus on Cuba's revolutionary war of the 1950s, as well as Cuba's history after 1959. The Granma Memorial, housing the yacht that took Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries from Mexico to Cuba for the revolution, is located behind the museum and is an interesting place to visit for those on a Cruise to Cuba.
Also known as the National Capitol Building, it was completed in 1929 and was where the Cuban Congress operated out of until after the Cuban Revolution in 1959. Today, it's home to the Cuban Academy of Sciences and houses the world's third largest indoor statue (La Estatua de la República). Cruises to Cuba may offers participants the opportunity to visit this historic venue.