Cuba remains hot and Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) seems to agree, announcing that it will further extend its weekly roundtrip cruises from Miami to the Caribbean nation through 2018, with 33 new voyages.
The all-inclusive Norwegian Sky will begin its 2018 Cuba cruise season in March, sailing four-day roundtrip cruises from Miami, with 32 of the cruises to include an overnight stay in Havana, as well as a call on Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas.
These new cruises will begin on March 26, 2018 and are in addition to the previously announced 30 calls that Norwegian will offer through December 2017.
“Cuba is a spectacular destination and we are seeing incredible demand from our guests to experience the beautiful and cultural-rich city of Havana and her warm and friendly people,” said NCL president Andy Stuart.
Norwegian will offer a selection of 15 half- and full-day OFAC-compliant shore excursions, where guests aboard Norwegian Sky will have the opportunity to have a farm-to-table dining experience, explore the flora and fauna of Soroa, see modern Havana in an American classic car and more.
Norwegian Sky’s four-day cruises to Cuba will open for sale on April 20.