12/23/13 - ITCM - Cuba Cruise's inaugural sailing continues to be a wild success
Nearly half-way through the first sailing and Canadian-owned Cuba Cruise
has proven to be this year's most breakthrough cruise product on the
market. As of Thursday, the Louis Cristal ship has sailed from pulsating
Havana, to historical Holguin and is now at port in Santiago de Cuba, the
island's Afro-Cuban heart. With its exclusive itinerary, world-class
entertainment and mouthwatering cuisine, international passengers have
quickly learned there's never a dull moment on Cuba Cruise.
"Cuba Cruise is as much an experience for our guests as it is for local
Cubans," says Dugald Wells, Cuba Cruise President. "In Holguin, we were
greeted by the Mayor of Antilla and crowds of Cubans from around the
province. Our hope is that we can foster friendships with Cubans at every
port, and so far, it seems very possible." On December 18, Antilla declared
a municipal holiday and festival day to honour Cuba Cruise's arrival, even
closing schools for the day.
While passengers enjoy a rare in-depth exploration of the island, they're
also pleasantly surprised by the fantastic onboard amenities. Unique to
Cuba Cruise, guests are praising the superior entertainment and nightly
a-la-carte dining service. It's truly unlike any other cruise experience
Montego Bay is the next destination on Cuba Cruise's exclusive itinerary.
It is also the second embarkation port where guests can join the cruise.
The Jamaican hotspot invites sun seekers ashore to relax on secluded
beaches, peruse infamous "Hip Strip," discover cascading Dunn's River Falls
Cuba Cruise sailings are available from now until March 24, 2013 with a
lead-in price of only $586 CAD. Cuba Cruise features Canadian imported
cuisine as well as local specialties, and explores diverse ports including
Santiago, Cienfuegos, Trinidad and Punta Frances on the Isle of Youth.
Guests aboard the 480-stateroom Louis Cristal experience Cuba's most
magnificent offerings on one comprehensive trip.
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