The Hemingway International Nautical Club of Cuba announces its reopening

The Hemingway International Nautical Club of Cuba announces its reopening


CubaPLUS Magazine

The Hemingway Club of Cuba will restart its operations in accordance with the provisions of the country's authorities, with the aim of promoting the island's nautical activities, among the attractions most demanded by foreign visitors.

According to the information released this Thursday by the entity, the established sanitary measures and biosafety protocols will be applied to all crew members and their vessels that arrive at the marinas as of the announced date.

In this regard, Commodore José Miguel Díaz Escrich, added that as recently reported by the Minister of Tourism, Juan Carlos García Granda, as of November 7, the quarantine will be eliminated from all yachtsmen who arrive in their boats.

In the meantime, From the 15 th of that month, the PCR test will not be required upon arrival, but an international vaccination certificate or a negative PCR will not be required more than 72 hours before traveling.

Likewise, the presentation of the Traveler's Declaration of Health (Affidavit of Health) will be required for all those who arrive on the island and, in addition, the mandatory use of masks will be maintained, both in the facilities of the marinas and in the rest of the country.

During the 30 years of work, completed on May 21, the club has developed a great job within nautical sports and tourism in collaboration with the institutions responsible for these activities in the country.

The Club is also the organizer of one of the most important competitions held annually at the international level of the specialty: The Ernest Hemingway Swordfish Fishing Tournament, in homage to he who was a great lover of this sport and of Cuba.