Cruise Lines to Cuba

Carnival Cruises initiated the first cruises to Cuba in 2016, now there are seven lines visiting the island with both small and larger ships and many more diverse choices for 2017. Cruise to Cuba aboard: Pearl Seas Cruises, Carnival Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Viking Ocean Cruises, Lindblad Expeditions, Oceania Cruises and Royal Caribbean.


The Pearl Mist offers small ship cruising with just 100 luxurious staterooms all with private balconies. On your journey, you’ll engage first hand with the local tradespeople, artists, musicians and historians. Throughout your experience, an onboard Cuban educator will provide rich stories and facts that highlight the proud heritage and history of the Cuban people.

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Fort Lauderdale (FL) Round Trip – 10 Nights, 11 Days aboard the Pearl Mist.
Pearl Mist departing from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, FL. (210 Passengers)


Cruise to Havana with Carnival and explore the island’s one-of-a-kind capital joined by a tour guide who knows the way to authentic, unforgettable cultural experiences with the Cuban people.The Carnival Paradise sails from Tampa, FL on 4 & 5 day cruises. Call us for our Cuba specials and group pricing! 1-800-853-0646!

Carnival cruise to Cuba aboard the Carnival Paradise (2,052 Passengers)


The Norwegian Sky is the largest US cruise ship sailing to Cuba. The only line that offers 4-day cruises that overnight in Havana, with an All-Inclusive experience, including unlimited drinks.

Starting on May 1, 2017, Norwegian Cruise Line sails from Miami to Havana. 4-Day Cuba (Overnight) & Bahamas.
EMBARK Miami (FL); Havana (Cuba); Great Stirrup Cay (Bahamas); DISEMBARK Miami (FL) (2,450 Passengers)


Central American Shores & Cuba. From Miami, cruise to Havana, Cuba, where an overnight stay lets you immerse yourself in the newly opened country. Continue to Cozumel, Mexico, and the island nation of Belize, two renowned ports known for fascinating Mayan ruins and snorkeling in protected waters. In Key West, experience a laid-back, eclectic town where the party never ends.

DAY 1 Miami DAY 2 Havana DAY 3 Havana DAY 4 Cozumel DAY 5 Belize City DAY 6 Cruise Gulf of Mexico DAY 7 Key West DAY 8 Miami (930 Passengers)


This is Lindblad’s first journey to Cuba, which includes a three-night stay in Havana and a seven-night voyage exploring Cuba’s southern coast aboard the sailing ship Panorama II. You’ll immerse yourself in Cuba’s people, culture and its natural beauty.

Experience Cuba People-to-People on a compact, yet comprehensive Land & Sea program aboard the Panorama II. (44 Passengers)



Visit biosphere reserves, national parks and UNESCO World Heritage sites with virgin forests.  Classic cars are everywhere and Spanish colonial era, pastel-colored buildings line the streets of Havana.

Insignia features four unique, open-seating restaurants, a world-class fitness center and spa, eight lounges and bars, a casino and 342 lavish suites and luxurious staterooms, nearly 70% of which feature private verandas. (824 Passengers)


Sightseeing, Hemingway’s Havana, Walking Tours and the famous Classic American Cars await you in the newly opened doors to cruising to Cuba.

Discover Cuba’s culture, sights and sounds. Take a ride in a classic car through the historic Malecón. Explore the architecture of Old Havana, mingle with locals. Dance to live salsa at the famed Cabaret Tropicana Night Club, and catch a Latin jazz act at Jazz Café. Come Seek a place untouched by time.
The newly revamped Empress has kept its charm and numerous amenities while being specially adapted for its Cuban voyage. The large and elegant restaurants boast first-rate cuisine and service. Two swimming pools, Jacuzzis, cafes, duty free shopping, rock climbing and fitness facilities. The nightlife onboard includes a theater, Casino Royale, the Cigar Club and Boleros where guests can experience authentic Cuban culture. (1,840 Passengers)


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