There are several cruise lines which already include Havana Cuba as a port of call, such as Fred Olsen Cruises, Noble Caledonia ,Star Clippers, Thomson Cruises and Variety Cruises. But there are many more which are planning on Cuban itineraries, with several ports of call to the country and some which will circumnavigate it.
With such a high interest from millennials wanting to travel to the country, before it becomes commercialized (44%), cruising is a great option for many who might want to experience Cuba with a series of day trips via various port locations, using the cruise ship to travel in comfort and luxury, around the country, instead of trying to see it all from land and transportation between communities.
If you are looking to Cruise Cuba, there are multiple Cruise lines to choose from, depending on your style of travel and budget.
- Carnival Fathom (Carnival Cruise Lines or CCL), which offers sailings every other week
- Celestyal Cruises, will be home ported in Havana, effective November 2016
- MSC Opera (Mediterranean Shipping Company or MSC), who is home ported in Havana through 2016
- Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) has plans on sailings to Cuba beginning in January 2017.
- Oceania Regatta and Oceania Marina (Norwegian Cruise Lines or NCL) are applying to include sailings to Cuba at the beginning of January 2017
- Ponant, has plans on sailings to Cuba beginning in January 2017.