Published on : Thursday, March 16, 2017
Cuba is striving hard to meet the increasing demand of visitors from all over the world who are attracted to the country’s pristine marine environment for excursions, diving, fishing and other marine related activities.
Spokesmen for nautical companies Marlin S.A. and Logisprint, from Cuba and Spain, respectively, recently announced the forthcoming launch of the Cayetana catamaran, to cruise the coastline of Havana – a city visited by more than one million travellers per year.
The vessel, with a capacity for 100 persons, will sail five times a day from the city’s old quarter to the opposite end, and will provide bilingual (Spanish-English) on- board entertainment, Marlin director, Francisco Díaz said.
The director explained that in bad weather conditions, the catamaran will tour the Havana bay area only. Marlin is a company affiliated to the Cuban Ministry of Tourism.
According to sources, the Cayetana catamaran will sail under the name Los albatros de La Habana.