Norwegian Releases Cuba Pricing


Inside cabins for Norwegian Cruise Line’s first sailings to Cuba will start at $699 per person for an inside cabin for a four-night cruise. Ocean-view cabin start at $749 per person, balcony cabins at $999 per person and suites at $1,699 per person.

In total, the cruise line will sail five Cuba itineraries from Miami, visiting Havana (with an overnight) and calling at Great Stirrup Cay. It will sail each Monday starting in May.

  0
  0
Tip of the Day
Sometimes people stop and think. They have to get over the fee. But when we tell them we are going to take the guesswork out of their entire trip and give them a cell phone on arrival that will allow them to call us whenever they want, we win.

Sean Fidelli
Daily Top List

Best Cities For First-time International Travelers

1. Barcelona

2. Lisbon

3. Copenhagen

4. Siem Reap and Phnom Penh

5. Sydney

Source: The Seattle Times

TMR Recommendations
Top Stories
Carnival Corp. Doubles Commitment To China
Carnival Corp. Doubles Commitment To China

A new deal invests $1.5 billion in a fledging cruise market expected to one day outpace the U.S..

Norwegian Cruises Talks Global Bookings
Norwegian Cruises Talks Global Bookings

Del Rio says fourth Breakaway Plus will join Joy in reaching out to the growing Chinese customer base.

Carnival Adds 13 More ‘Journeys’ Sailings
Carnival Adds 13 More ‘Journeys’ Sailings

By popular demand, more immersive and unique experiences through 2019.

Alaska Cruise Season Is On Track To Be A Record Breaker: Donna Tunney's Cruise Report, Feb. 14, 2017
Alaska Cruise Season Is On Track To Be A Record Breaker: Donna Tunney's Cruise Report, Feb. 14, 2017

TMR is thrilled to welcome Donna Tunney as a weekly columnist. Her column, which will run every Thursday, will alternate between the cruise and luxury segments. Here’s the very first installment—we hope you enjoy it as much as we did. (And feel free to welcome her by commenting on our web page!)

Norwegian Cruise Line Orders Four Next-Generation Ships
Norwegian Cruise Line Orders Four Next-Generation Ships

The ships will be delivered starting in 2022.

Carnival Cruise Line Gets Cuban Approval
Carnival Cruise Line Gets Cuban Approval

New sailings give travel agents a new opportunity to sell cruises to a new market. 

News Briefs
Advertiser's Voice
Advertiser's Voice: TRAFALGAR