Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that they are going to further extend their offering of weekly cruises from Miami to Cuba through 2018, with 33 new voyages on the horizon. The all-inclusive Norwegian Sky will begin her 2018 Cuba season in March, operating four-day roundtrip cruises from Miami – 32 of which will include an overnight stay in Havana as well as a call in Great Stirrup Cay.
Details on Cuba Cruises
- The new cruises will begin on March 26, 2018
- They are in addition to the previously announced 30 calls that Norwegian will offer through December 2017.
- Guests will have unlimited complimentary beverages as a part of the ship’s all-inclusive program.
In Havana, guests will have the opportunity to visit Old Havana, view incredible art, listen to the vibrant local music scene, and visit with the country’s friendly residents through people-to-people exchanges. Norwegian will offer 15 half and full-day shore excursions that guests can choose from in Cuba.
Norwegian Sky‘s sailings to Cuba will feature a stop in Great Stirrup Cay, the line’s private island in the Bahamas. It boasts while sand beaches, clear waters, beachside cabanas, and lots of watersports to enjoy. The island was recently renovated to offer guests additional pathways, seating, shaded lounge areas, and more features still to come – including a private luxury lagoon for suite and The Haven guests.
The ship’s four-day cruises to Cuba will open for booking on April 20, 2017.
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