Azamara and Pearl Seas expand Cuba cruise options

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A dance review at the Tropicana Caberet in Havana is one of the excursions offered by Azamara Club Cruises in Cuba.
A dance review at the Tropicana Caberet in Havana is one of the excursions offered by Azamara Club Cruises in Cuba.

Two cruise lines have expanded options for travelers interested in Cuba.

Azamara Club Cruises will have additional cruises to Cuba from Miami in 2018 and 2019 featuring expanded night activities.

The itineraries range from four to 14 nights and feature longer stays in port, new onboard Cuban-themed programming and two overnights in Havana.

Azamara said two new excursions have been developed: an evening cabaret show at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba and a Jewish heritage day tour, including a visit to the Hotel Raquel, one of the most elaborately decorated lodgings in Havana.  

Other cities to be visited include Cienfuegos (with a side trip to Trinidad) and Santiago de Cuba.

Meanwhile, Pearl Seas Cruises announced four sailings to Cuba in November and December from Fort Lauderdale as well as a "full schedule" of cruises planned for 2018.

The four 2017 cruises depart on Nov. 10, 20, 30 and Dec. 12.

A new 11-day itinerary includes a new stop in Casilda, in addition to Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba and El Cobre.
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Correction: Azamara has tweaked its Cuba tour offerings.

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