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Cruise Lines Hit Bumpy Waters In Cuban Cruise Approvals

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Cuban cruises are all the rage in the news as Carnival Corporation’s new Fathom line has been approved to bring U.S. citizens to the Caribbean island nation and Ponant announces that it too will take Americans to Cuba. However, permission has not been granted to all cruise lines, and one peculiar restriction applies to Fathom as well.

USA Today is reporting that Pearl Seas Cruises has had to cancel several planned voyages to Cuba because it still has not received final approval from the government there. Pearl Seas, like Fathom, had begun taking advance bookings before receiving final permission in hopes that it would be received, but its approval has not materialized. So far at least three such cruises have been canceled.

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According to Pearl Seas’ website, the company remains

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