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Even More New Options for US Citizens to Cruise to Cuba

Norwegian, Royal Caribbean Receive Approval to Sail to Cuba

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Following news that Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Limited and Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited have received approval to sail to Cuba from Florida, Pearl Seas Cruises has now gotten its own permission to do so, and Celestyal Cruises has also begun year-round circumnavigations for U.S. citizens as well.

READ MORE: Pearl Seas Announces Cuba Cruises

Since 2015, Pearl Seas has intended to sail to Cuba but has only now just been permitted to do so. Starting even before Oceania Cruises sends its Marina from Miami, the Pearl Mist will depart roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale in January 2017. The smaller 210-guest ship will offer a more intimate experience on voyages longer than what Fathom has been offering. 10-day cruises will feature not only

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