Norwegian Cruise Line has announced they will be extending their offering of weekly roundtrip cruises from Miami to Cuba aboard Norwegian Sky through December 2017. Together with the five cruises in May, these 25 additional voyages, which begin in June, all feature an overnight stay in Cuba’s capital of Havana.
Norwegian Sky will operate four-day cruises from Miami each Monday, stopping in Havana and Norwegian’s private island Great Stirrup Cay. The ship will dock right in the heart of Havana, giving guests the chance to visit Old Havana, view beautiful art, and listen to the vibrant local music scene through people-to-people exchanges. The cruise line will offer a selection of 15 half and full-day OFAC-compliant shore excursions, where guests can have a farm-to-table dining experience, explore the flora and fauna or Soroa, see modern Havana in a classic car, and more.
As part of Norwegian Sky‘s all-inclusive program, guests sailing aboard the ship will enjoy unlimited free drinks as well. The four-day cruises to Cuba will open for sale on February 21.
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