MSC Cruises has announced that as of December 10, 2018, MSC Armonia will add Miami to its 7-night Cuba and Caribbean itinerary, and will homeport there. With the addition of Miami, guests will be able to enjoy a richer itinerary in the Caribbean, as well as benefit from more in and outbound traveling options for their cruise. MSC will also be the only line offering a 7-night program regularly including two days in Havana, and most modern ships calling in Cuba.
MSC Armonia was the first ship in MSC’s $250 million Renaissance Program, and was recently overhauled in 2014. The ship offers a wide range of amenities for families, varied dining choices, all-hours entertainment, and more – all with a touch of Mediterranean flair.
With her new 7-night schedule, Armonia‘s guests will embark in Miami on Mondays and call in Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel before arriving in Havana on Saturday and staying through to Sunday. Upon departing Havana, the ship will return to Miami.
While in Cuba, travelers can choose from a wide range of shore experiences. The Caribbean island is a unique cultural hub, offering a distinct combination of traditions thanks to its rich heritage. The visits to Cuba comply with US Department of Treasury regulations that permit travel operators to transport approved US citizens to Cuba to engage in approved activities.
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