Destination Area: Caribbean Ocean/Gulf Of Mexico
Length: 10 NIGHTS
Vessel: Star Flyer


Departs:

Havana, Cuba * on December 27, 2017

Returns:

Cienfuegos, Cuba * on January 6, 2018


Prices start at $2,440. per person, double occupancy. Port charge is $335 . per passenger. Single supplement is 150% for category 2 thru 6 (other categories 200%).

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SAILING FROM CUBA'S NORTH COAST TO 4 ISLANDS SOUTH THEN RETURNING TO THE SOUTH COAST OF CUBA: 10 Night Voyage From Havana to Cienfuegos, Cuba

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  • Stroll around Havana's colorful streets and colonial architecture built in the 16th century
  • For those who are in their mid to late life notice American made cars build in 1940-50's - a touch of nostalgia
  • Snorkel among many coral reefs- especially Cayo Largo
  • Go to Playa Ancon's beaches boasting the finest sands anywhere
  • Use Star Flyer's swim platform and sail a small dinghy or paddle a kayak

Sailing from Cuba's north coast to 4 islands south then returning to Cuba's south coast.

Havana, Cuba (overnight)
Havana is the center of the Cuban government, and various ministries and headquarters of businesses are based there.

The current Havana area and its natural bay were first visited by Europeans during Sebastián de Ocampo's circumnavigation of the island in 1509. Shortly thereafter, in 1510, the first Spanish colonists arrived from Hispaniola and began the conquest of Cuba.

Shortly after the founding of Cuba's first cities, the island served as little more than a base for the Conquista of other lands.

Havana was originally a trading port, and suffered regular attacks by buccaneers, pirates, and French corsairs.

Under American influence, the city saw a new era of development. Numerous residencies, luxury hotels, casinos and nightclubs were constructed since the 1930s to serve Havana's burgeoning tourist industry, strongly reviling Miami.

There was a severe economic downturn after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and with it the end of the billions of dollars in subsidies the Soviet Union gave the Cuban government.

Neo-classical, Baroque, and colonial archiecture can be found throughout the island. The influence from different styles and cultures can be seen in Havana's colonial architecture, with a diverse range of Moorish, Spanish, Italian, Greek and Roman.

There are diverse museums, clubs and beaches for tourists to enjoy.


Havana, Cuba *
Havana is the center of the Cuban government, and various ministries and headquarters of businesses are based there.

The current Havana area and its natural bay were first visited by Europeans during Sebastián de Ocampo's circumnavigation of the island in 1509. Shortly thereafter, in 1510, the first Spanish colonists arrived from Hispaniola and began the conquest of Cuba.

Shortly after the founding of Cuba's first cities, the island served as little more than a base for the Conquista of other lands.

Havana was originally a trading port, and suffered regular attacks by buccaneers, pirates, and French corsairs.

Under American influence, the city saw a new era of development. Numerous residencies, luxury hotels, casinos and nightclubs were constructed since the 1930s to serve Havana's burgeoning tourist industry, strongly reviling Miami.

There was a severe economic downturn after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and with it the end of the billions of dollars in subsidies the Soviet Union gave the Cuban government.

Neo-classical, Baroque, and colonial archiecture can be found throughout the island. The influence from different styles and cultures can be seen in Havana's colonial architecture, with a diverse range of Moorish, Spanish, Italian, Greek and Roman.

There are diverse museums, clubs and beaches for tourists to enjoy.


At Sea


Punta Frances (Isla de la Juventud)


Cayo Largo, Cuba
Breakfast on board as we head to Cayo Largo, an island comprised of limestone, formed over millions of years from the remains of marine organisms.Visit with the scientists involved in the Coral Reef Protection.

After lunch on board, you will visit a Sea Turtle Breeding Center and Endangered Species Protection program. Time permitting, enjoy some snorkeling with coral reef & conservation experts.

Return to the S/C Panorama for dinner and departure for Casilda.


Cayo Rico, Cuba
Cayo Rico is known for the popular day trips on a catamaran to explore sandy shores and coral reefs. Diving and snorkeling are quite popular. One can also take land tours.

George Town, Grand Cayman
George Town, Grand Cayman, is the capital of the Cayman Islands, in the British West Indies. The city has a population of approximately 25,000 with plenty of diversity.

Take a tour through the charming city of George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands. Stop at the town of Hell, whose name was inspired by its unusual rock formations. Visit the Turtle Farm, an interactive sea-turtle nursery where green and hawks bill turtles are bred and raised. Explore a seemingly endless stretch of magnificent coastline at Grand Cayman's world-famous Seven-Mile Beach.


Cayman Brac
Cayman Brac is a small island that is part of the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean. It is about 12 miles long and roughly 1.2 miles wide. A bluff or "brac" runs the full length of the island and averages 140 feet above sea level. The island is home to bats, herons, wild green parrots and tropical foliage. To discover some of the island's secrets, take a taxi, bike or go by foot.

At Sea


Cienfuegos, Cuba (overnight)
Cienfuegos is a city on the southern coast of Cuba. Near the entrance to Bahia de Cienfuegos is Castillo de Jagua, a fortress erected in the 1745 for protection against Caribbean pirates.

Cienfuegos, one of the chief seaports of Cuba, is a center of the sugar trade, as well as coffee and tobacco. While sugarcane is the chief crop, local farmers grow coffee.

There is no other place in the Caribbean which contains such a remarkable cluster of Neoclassical structures.

Attractions include parks, plazas, museums and castles used to guard against pirates. There is a dolphin and sea lion lagoon and a botanical garden.


Cienfuegos, Cuba *
Cienfuegos is a city on the southern coast of Cuba. Near the entrance to Bahia de Cienfuegos is Castillo de Jagua, a fortress erected in the 1745 for protection against Caribbean pirates.

Cienfuegos, one of the chief seaports of Cuba, is a center of the sugar trade, as well as coffee and tobacco. While sugarcane is the chief crop, local farmers grow coffee.

There is no other place in the Caribbean which contains such a remarkable cluster of Neoclassical structures.

Attractions include parks, plazas, museums and castles used to guard against pirates. There is a dolphin and sea lion lagoon and a botanical garden.


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