Published on : Thursday, February 16, 2017
The additional voyages aboard the Insignia that has a capacity of carrying 684 passengers depart from Miami.
They include the upper-premium cruise line’s first calls to Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba, both of which are existent in the southern coast of the island. The new cruise routes that range in length from about six to 13 days are open for reservations as of Wednesday.
A Panoramic Caribbean cruise would depart from Miami on 14th November and it would continue for 10 days.
This would be followed by the week-long voyage of Hemingway Hideaway that would be departing from 24th November and would include visits to Santiago de Cuba, Cienfuegos and Havana.
This cruise line is also providing a pair of Timeless Cuba cruises that are scheduled to depart from 1st December and 8th December. The seven-day sailings would comprise two days in Havana and also a few stopovers in Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos.
The six-day Vibrant Vistas cruise would be visiting Havana would be departing Miami from 15th December.
The longest Cuba cruise of Oceania would include 13 days in the Tropics and would spend two days in Havana. The cruise would depart on 21st December. Bob Binder, the CEO and president of Oceania Cruises said that an immense demand has been observed from travellers for itineraries to Cuba and their inaugural voyages have sold out successfully.
He added that a voyage by the Oceania Cruises cruise ship is the most perfect way to explore whatever Cuba would be able to in terms of trips to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
On Tuesday, Carnival Cruise Line has declared that it has been granted approval to start sailing to Cuba from June 2017.