There is a lot to cover when traveling to Cuba. Traveling to Cuba is not like the typical Caribbean cruise destination. If you are a US Citizen traveling to Cuba, I would also recommending checking out my other post, American Travel in Cuba for additional information. Booking and Pre-Trip Planning It all began in December of 2016. Royal Caribbean International® announced […]Read More
Royal Caribbean International® announced today that Cuba is a year-round destination for sailings onboard the Empress of the Seas®. Empress of the Seas® will depart from Tampa, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida through March 2019. See below for the 2018-2019 deployment schedule. Trader Sam’s Travel was on the inaugural Cuba Sailing from Tampa, Florida. We […]Read More
Azamara Club Cruises® has recently announced their Cuba Deployment for 2018. I just returned from a Cuba Cruise on Royal Caribbean International® Empress of the SeasSM which is the sister company of Azamara Club. A full trip report for my crusie to Havana, Cuba is forthcoming, but I wanted to ensure I shared the news of the […]Read More
Royal Caribbean International® Empress of the SeasSM embarks today, April 19th at 4PM for her inaugural sailing to Havana, Cuba. While Cuba is a few hundred miles away from Miami, guest will enjoy a 5 night itinerary. Empress of the SeasSM Inaugural Cuba Sailing Itinerary Date Ports of Call Arrival Departure Activity Wed April 19, 2017 Miami, Florida […]Read More
I will be visiting Cuba participating in a “people-to-people” exchange and decided to clear up any misconceptions regarding traveling to Cuba. Americans can plan trips to Cuba, however the purpose of the trips will have to be focused around certain activities. If you are planning on working on your tan, it will be better to plan a […]Read More
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