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After a thaw in relations between Cuba and the USA

- this charming Caribbean island nation is undergoing

negotiations to end the embargo the USA have imposed

on this country. For decades Cuba has been excluded

from any commerce with the USA and any cruise itineraries

departing from US ports- hence the reason why time has

stood still. It goes without saying that when the embargo

is finally lifted Cuba will be swamped by tourist, ships and

development which will have an impact on its current

under-developed charm of yesteryear.

From the comfort of a modern cruise ship - enjoy all

Havana and Cuba have to offer. Admire the Spanish

colonial architecture of 16th-century Old Havana core,

including the maritime museum in Castillo de la Real fort

and the pre-revolutionary Capitolio. 1950's Americanmade classic cars

line the city's streets and rumba

groups play in the painted alley Callejón de Hamel.

Salsa emanates from clubs, cabaret is still performed at

the famed Tropicana and the heady smell of the world

famous Cuban cigars hangs in the air.

Isla De La Juventud - translated as the Isle of Youth - is

the second-largest Cuban island and the seventh-largest

island in the West Indies. It served for centuries as a base

for pirates with buried treasure regularly found around

the island. This sleepy, laid-back place has amazing uncrowded

white sand beaches and gives the chance to

get off the beaten track - appealing to escape artists,

adventurers and committed contrarians.

ITINERARY:

Fly from London to Havana. Transfer to the ship and

spend two nights on board in port using the ship as your

hotel in the centre of Havana to explore all this city and

unspoilt country has to offer - Montego Bay (Jamaica)

- Georgetown (Grand Cayman) - Cozumel (Mexico) -

Havana (for overnight and a full day the following day on

board in port) - Belize City (for Barrier Reef) - Mahogany

Bay (Roatan Island, Honduras) - Costa Maya (Mexico) -

Isla De La Juventud (Cuba) - Havana - Disembark ship for

your overnight flight home (itinerary varies).

CUBA AND THE CARIBBEAN

ALL-INCLUSIVE DRINKS CRUISE

MSC Armonia • 15 Nights • December 2017 - March 2018 • Prices from £1579pp

Explore retro 50's Cuba from the comfort of a modern ship!

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

✥ Return flights from Gatwick or

Heathrow to Havana

✥ All private car transfers

✥ Initial Cuban entry visa (Tarjeta)

✥ 14 night full-board cruise aboard the

MSC Armonia

✥ Facilities and entertainment

onboard ship

✥ FREE all-inclusive drinks package onboard

EXTRAS:

✥ Regional flight supplements

✥ Excursions at each port of call

✥ Gratuities onboard ship

✥ **Cuban re-entry visas are available

onboard ship at $15pp per week

Take this rare opportunity to visit Havana and marvel at this country in a time warp where time seems to have stood still

in the 1950's. MSC seem to have cornered the market in finding itineraries that are a little different to the norm - which

make them highly sought after by novice and seasoned cruisers alike. Contrast the popular ports of West Caribbean such

as Montego Bay and Grand Cayman with the Latin charm and unspoilt lush scenery of Central American ports such as the

Belize Barrier Reef and Mahogany Bay.

Date Inside Outside

19 Dec 17 £2199 £2299

2 Jan 18 £1699 £1889

9 Jan 18 £1779 £1889

23 Jan 18 £1699 £1889

30 Jan 18 £1579 £1799

6 Feb 18 £1619 £1759

13 Feb 18 £1819 £1819

20 Feb 18 £1769 £1889

27 Feb 18 £1799 £1929

6 Mar 18 £1769 £1899

LAST CHANCE TO BOOK - AVAILABILITY IS RAPIDLY RUNNING OUT !

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