Pearl Seas Cruises Releases Cuba Sailing Schedule for 2019

by Daniel McCarthy
Pearl Seas Cruises Releases Cuba Sailing Schedule for 2019

The 210-guest Pearl Mist has private balconies and enrichment programs onboard. Photo: Pearl Seas.


Pearl Seas Cruises has released its catalog for 2019 sailings and it includes an expanded spring 2019 of Cuba sailings, such as its 11-night “Cuba Cultural Voyages” itinerary.

That sailing, which is one of the only itineraries in the industry to offer a circumnavigation of Cuba, visits more of the island’s ports than any cruise line. It leaves out of Ft. Lauderdale before spending two days in Havana; one day in Cienfuegos; one day in Trinidad; one day in Casilda; one day in El Cobre; and one day in Santiago de Cuba before returning back to Ft. Lauderdale.

“Cuba Cultural Voyages” will be offered regularly starting Nov. 4, 2018 and continuing through Dec. 18, 2019. Sailing the itinerary, the 210-guest Pearl Mist has private balconies and enrichment programs onboard. A daily cocktail hour, complimentary wine and beer with meals, and shore excursions are all included in its fare.

Travel agents wanting to familiarize themselves with Pearl Seas can register for its next agent webinar on Aug. 22, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. EST here. Agents can also get a taped version of its Aug. 8 webinar. Other training webinars will be available monthly for the rest of 2018.

Pearl Seas is currently offering 20 percent commission on its remaining Cuban sailings for next fall.

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