The newly designed 2015/2016 Cuba Cruise brochure is now available for digital download and in print from Celestyal Cruises. The colorful brochure combines beautiful Cuba and cruise vessel photography, with port of call highlights, new extended sailing dates and detailed deck plans. Celestyal Cruises is proud to launch its third operating season in Cuba, offering seven-night cruises that feature the authentic Cuba experience. Embarkations begin December 18, 2015 through April 11, 2016, with convenient weekly departures from both Havana and Montego Bay.
“There is a growing interest from travelers to experience the authentic Cuba,” said Pythagoras Nagos, Director of Sales, Celestyal Cruises. “Our new 2015/2016 brochure will help inspire your clients to choose new and exciting way to discover Cuba.”
The 2015/2016 brochure features details about Cuba Cruise’s newest port of call, Maria La Gorda, located in Western Cuba. The sales tool also includes a full-page description of the stunning Celestyal Crystal cruise vessel and its available cabin categories. Information about Cuba Cruise’s experiential shore excursions, from rainforest hiking to visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is also provided.
Celestyal’s Cuba Cruise experience artfully presents Cuban culture both on the ship and ashore. Guests enjoy interacting with local Cubans, dining in local restaurants, visiting working plantations and cigar factories, and exploring the rich architecture and biodiversity of the island.
It’s never been easier for Americans to visit Cuba. The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has introduced new general licenses within 12 categories of authorized travel to Cuba that require no formal application, prior permission, nor post trip report to U.S. officials. Cuba Cruise now welcomes Americans on board by offering two easy ways to travel: book a comprehensive program with a U.S. tour operator partner, like Road Scholar and InsightCuba, or book directly with Cuba Cruise and register for a People-to-People Cuba Cruise program with U.S. non-profit organization Fund for Reconciliation and Development (FFRD).