(This article was recently published in Cruise Fever)
Carnival Paradise – Starting in June 2017, Carnival Cruise Line will begin their first cruises to Cuba on Carnival Paradise out of Tampa, Florida. The ship will offer four and five night cruises to Cuba with some voyages including an overnight stay in Havana. The five night cruises will include a stop in either Cozumel or Key West. View Cruises on Carnival Paradise
Norwegian Sky – Norwegian Cruise Line will be offering cruises to Cuba through 2018 on the all-inclusive Norwegian Sky. These four night cruises will depart from the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami with the first trip scheduled for May 2017.
Empress of the Seas – Royal Caribbean’s first cruise to Cuba will take place in April 2017 on Empress of the Seas. The ship will relocate to Tampa from Miami and sail a variety of four to seven night cruises to Cuba.
Oceania Cruises – Oceania Cruises will offer a nice variety of six to 24 day luxury cruises to Cuba on several of their cruise ships. The cruises include multiple stops in Cuba including Cienfuegos, Santiago de Cuba, and Havana. View Cruises on Oceania Cruises
Fathom Adonia – The first cruise ship to sail to Cuba from the United States in 50 years, this new cruise line from Carnival Corporation opened the door for other cruise lines to visit the country. Adonia sails week long cruises to Cuba and 7 night cruises that stop in both the Dominican Republic and Cuba. If you want to sail on Adonia, you’ll have to hurry. The cruise line sails its last voyage on May 28, 2017. View Cruises on Fathom Adonia
MSC Cruises – MSC Cruises offers round trip cruises to the Caribbean from Havana, Cuba. However, U.S. citizens are not allowed to embark on these voyages. View Cruises on MSC Cruises