Cruises from Royal Caribbean International will have new destinations in Cuba by 2018
by Mercy Ramos
The Majesty of the Seas and Empress of the Seas cruises will travel to Cuba starting next year with two new destinations on the Island: Santiago de Cuba and Cienfuegos, according to an announcement by the company. In a press release the aforementioned company said that the additional trips and the breadth of experiences in the new ports of the south coast "offer adventure seekers more ways to immerse themselves in the culture and history of the vibrant island." Royal Caribbean International, headquartered in La Florida, said in its information that the cities of Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba will be between four and eight night proposals aboard the Empress of the Seas, already on sale. With departures from Miami throughout the year, the itineraries of that cruise include seven nights with stops in Cienfuegos, Havana and Nassau, Bahamas; and five nights with visits to Key West, Florida, and the Cuban capital. It also offers an eight-night trip that includes the cities of Cienfuegos, Santiago de Cuba, Grand Cayman and Labadee in Haiti. For its part, the Majesty of the Seas will continue with the offers of four and five nights to Havana that include day and night stays, departing from Tampa in the months between April and October and from Fort Lauderdale in November of next year until March 2019.