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MIAMI — Cuba is red hot these days, with more and more cruise lines announcing new sailings to the destination. The latest cruise line jumping on the Cuban bandwagon is Oceania Cruises, which has just announced an additional series of journeys to the island in November and December 2017.
Ranging in length from six to 13 days with departures from Miami, these voyages include the line’s first calls to Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba, in addition to Havana. New itineraries are already open for reservations.
“There is tremendous demand from consumers for voyages to Cuba and our inaugural voyages to the island have been a sellout success,” said Bob Binder, President & CEO of Oceania Cruises. “An Oceania Cruises voyage is the best way to experience all Cuba has to offer with nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites, warm and welcoming people, and a burgeoning culinary scene.”
Guests will sail to Cuba onboard the Insignia, which accommodates just 684 passengers. Her 342 staterooms and suites are elegantly appointed, with 70% of them featuring a private teak veranda. Guests also enjoy four open seating gourmet restaurants onboard, and lectures by experts on Cuban history, culture and art.