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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. has eceived approval from the Cuban government to sail to Cuba.
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. has eceived approval from the Cuban government to sail to Cuba.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.’s brands—Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises—have all received approval from the Cuban government to sail to Cuba. Beginning March 2017, the three cruise line’s will sail a collection of voyages in Spring 2017 that include calls on Cuba’s capital of Havana.

The company’s first cruise to Cuba will sail from PortMiami on Oceania Cruises’ Marina on March 7, 2017 with select Caribbean itineraries featuring Havana, and offering multiple-days at port to allow guests more time to explore Havana. Seven Seas Mariner, of the Regent Seven Seas Cruises fleet, will call on Havana during two sailings in April 2017. Norwegian Sky will also offer a selection of 4-day voyages that will overnight in Havana May 2017. The ship’s first sailing to Cuba is scheduled for Monday, May 1 arriving to Cuba on Tuesday morning. Additional departures aboard the Norwegian Sky are schedule for May 8, 15, 22 and 29, starting at $699 pp for the 4-day sailing.

Guests sailing on all three brands will have a selection of shore excursions to choose from that are in compliance with OFAC regulations. Full itinerary details and sale dates for sailings that feature Cuba will be available tomorrow, December 9, 2016, for Oceania Cruises, later this month for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and on Dec. 20, 2016 for Norwegian Cruise Line. For more information, visit nclhltdinvestor.com.