Citing increased demand, Azamara Club Cruises is adding to its Cuban itineraries with four additional sailings for its luxury cruise brand.
In addition, Azamara announced that it has added two other ports of call in Cuba: Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. All sailings will depart from Miami with at least one overnight call in Havana.
Larry Pimentel, President & CEO of Azamara Club Cruises, says, “Interest in traveling to Cuba from both new and loyal guests is undeniable.”
“Destination Immersion is the heartbeat of our brand, so naturally we wanted to deliver authentic experiences in Cuba – from new ports to unique land discovery offerings – that truly bring the country’s rich history, culture and people to life,” he said.
All of Azamara’s Cuba cruises adhere to the “people-to-people” requirements of current U.S. travel rules for people of U.S. jurisdiction. Day and evening shore excursions include such things as Tropicana open air cabaret, a Nelson Dominguez art gallery tour and a visit to Hemingway’s Havana museum.
Azamara currently has six scheduled Cuba sailings for 2017 and 2018:
- A 10-night roundtrip from Miami departing on Nov. 20, 2017;
- A four-night Miami roundtrip departing on Nov. 27, 2017;
- An 11-night Miami to Costa Rica sailing departing on Jan. 4, 2018 (including Panama Canal and Costa Rica);
- A 10-night Miami to Havana sailing departing March 9, 2018 (two overnights in Havana);
- A seven-night Miami to Miami itinerary departing March 19, 2018;
- A 10-night Miami to Miami sailing departing March 28, 2018 (two overnights in Havana)