Norwegian Cruise Line extends its cruises to Cuba through 2018

Norwegian Cruise Line is extending its sailings to Cuba into 2018. Norwegian Sky will sail 33 roundtrip cruises from Miami to Cuba, with 32 voyages featuring an overnight call in the capital city of Havana.

Norwegian Sky will begin her 2018 Cuba cruise season in March by offering 33 new four-day roundtrip sailings from Miami. 32 of the cruises will include an overnight stay in Cuba’s historical and culturally-rich capital of Havana, as well as a call on Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas. 

Cuba is a spectacular destination and we are seeing incredible demand from our guests to experience the beautiful and cultural-rich city of Havana and her warm and friendly people,” said Andy Stuart, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line. “We are excited to provide even more opportunities for our guests to experience this incredible destination into 2018.”

Norwegian Sky will transport guests to the very heart of Havana, offering them the opportunity to visit historical sites such as Old Havana, view incredible art and listen to the vibrant local music scene. Guests will also be able to visit with Cuba’s warm and friendly residents through people-to-people exchanges.

Norwegian Sky will also offer a selection of 15 half and full-day excursions where guests will have the opportunity to have a farm to table dining experience, explore the fauna and flora of Soroa, see modern Havana in an American classic car and so much more.

Norwegian sky’s sailings to Cuba will feature a call to the cruiseline’s private island paradise, Great Stirrup Cay. Complete with white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters for watersports and lushly landscaped beachside cabanas for exclusive island experiences, Great Stirrup Cay was recently enhanced with additional pathways, seating and shaded lounge areas to offer guests exciting new ways to enjoy the island. Upcoming new features include a private luxury lagoon enclave for suite guests and guests of The Haven.

Pictures courtesy of Norwegian Cruise Line.

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