Pearl Seas Cruises expands Cuba schedule, adds new port

Casilda joins the roster of ports on Pearl Mist's Cuba circumnavigations Casilda joins the roster of ports on Pearl Mist's Cuba circumnavigations

Pearl Seas Cruises will operate four Cuba sailings from Port Everglades in November and December and a full schedule is planned in 2018.

Starting this fall, Pearl Mist will introduce an 11-night itinerary with an additional stop at Casilda.

The ship will continue to offer an immersive itinerary that circumnavigates the island and stops at Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, El Cobre and Santiago de Cuba.

As part of this people-to-people cultural exchange, passengers will have opportunities to engage with musicians, historians and artists. They also can explore Havana in a classic American car, see a pottery demonstration in Trinidad and take a guided excursion in Cojimar, the fishing village that inspired Ernest Hemingway’s 'The Old Man and the Sea.'

The intimate size of the 210-passenger Pearl Mist enables a very personalized and all-inclusive experience of Cuba, according to Timothy Beebe, vp, Pearl Seas Cruises.

Pearl Mist's autumn cruises are scheduled to sail Nov. 10, 20 and 30 and Dec. 12. The line is including a complimentary pre-cruise package and transportation to the ship with all its 2017 fall Cuba sailings.

Posted 08 August 2017

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