Two More Cruise Lines Detail New Cuba Itineraries
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Shortly after Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited announced its approval to sail to Cuba, its Azamara Club Cruises and Royal Caribbean International brands have detailed their initial itineraries to the Caribbean island nation.
The Azamara Quest will set sail roundtrip from Miami, Florida on March 21, 2017 on an existing 13-night itinerary, available to book now, that has been updated to include an overnight visit in Havana. The Azaleas, Bourbon Street and Havana sailing will additionally feature Key West, Florida; Tampa, Florida; Cozumel, Mexico and an additional two overnights in New Orleans, Louisiana.
“Destination Immersion is the heartbeat of our brand as expressed by our overnight stay in Havana, Cuba. Our guests rely on our programs to provide authentic, interactive experiences that dive deep into the cultures of the destinations we visit,” says Larry Pimentel, President and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises.
“We’ve spent years defining and refining each voyage to enable our guests to explore their favorite ports in new ways and discover hidden gems in places they’ve never been before. Cuba has been a destination on our radar for years and being one of the first cruise lines to bring American guests to this amazing country, is an important offering that will resonate in a real way with our loyal g
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