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Explore Cuba's Coast | Traverse Habana Vieja | Visit Hemingway's Home | Visit a Vintage Car Garage | Explore Trinidad's Cobblestone Streets | Snorkel in Playa Sirena | Listen to the Chorus of Cienfuegos | 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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For the first time, experience Cuba’s magnificent island keys, aquamarine sea and vibrant coastal cities from a luxurious mega yacht.

From the comfort of the Voyager, you’ll have unique access to people and places the average tourist rarely sees. Engage with the vibrant people and gain a depth of the country through the most celebrated destinations and exclusive activities that embody our 16 years of experience in Cuba.

At the end of each day return to luxury aboard the Voyager and let our expert crew treat you to bespoke service. The Voyager has just 36 cabins and a clean modern design offering a sophisticated, intimate feel and a comfortable home base.

Experience the ease of only having to unpack once and simply enjoy your vacation as we cruise Cuba’s most sought after destinations for eight delightful days.

Accommodations & Deck Plan

Voyager Exterior Mega Yacht Cuba
Day 1

After clearing immigration and customs in Cienfuegos, we’ll enjoy a welcome lunch at Los Laurales with exquisite views. Afterwards, get a taste of Cuban dance with salsa lessons.

Next, enjoy a performance by the Chorus of Cienfuegos, one of the most well-known choruses in the country. Visit the Benny More School of Art for a graphic arts workshop, and take a walking tour of the city center and Parque Marti to see some outstanding examples of the 19th century Latin American architecture. Back aboard ship, you’ll participate in a cruise orientation and briefing with your tour leader. Dinner tonight will be onboard the Voyager before we set sail for Trinidad.

Meals | Lunch, Dinner

Casilda / Trinidad
Day 2

After a relaxed breakfast onboard, we’ll head into Trinidad, a meticulously preserved Spanish colonial city, sometimes called “the museum city of Cuba” because of its stately architecture, cobblestone streets, palaces, and plazas.

This morning we will walk through the town with a representative of the Office of the City Historian and interact with residents along the way. We will attend a local architect’s presentation and visit a scale model of the city.

Next, we’ll stop at the Museo Romantico located in the old palace of the Count Brunet or the Palacio Cantero Museum and take in breathtaking views of Trinidad. Visit the studio of Lazaro, a very unique woodcarver, and enjoy some more sightseeing of this UNESCO World Heritage site. After lunch at Guitarra Mia Restaurant, we’ll have some leisure time before returning to the Voyager.

Onboard the Voyager, we will enjoy a “bon voyage” cocktail  followed by dinner before we set sail for Cayo Largo.

Meals | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Cayo Largo
Day 3

After a leisurely breakfast onboard, we’ll head into Cayo Largo and visit the local clinic to discuss Cuba’s medical system with doctors and nurses. Visit a sea turtle breeding center and learn about the country’s endangered species protection program. Meet residents and discuss their way of life on this isolated key. Then we’ll visit the beautiful Playa Sirena where we will snorkel, enjoy time at the beach and have lunch at the Marina.

Return to the Voyager for dinner and set sail for Isla de la Juventud, Bay of Singuanea.

Meals | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Isla de Juventud
Day 4

After breakfast, disembark on the beach and take a short drive to the capital city of the island, Nueva Gerona.  We will visit the World Communist University and enjoy panoramic sightseeing and tour the Presidio Modelo, an abandoned Panopticon prison of Cuba where some of Cuba’s most infamous inmates were held including Fidel Castro and the Moncada rebels. We’ll enjoy lunch in Nueva Gerona before returning to the beach at the Colony Hotel where the Voyager is moored for an afternoon of leisure. 

Later this evening, dine onboard the Voyager and set sail for Havana. 

Meals | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5

Day at Sea-

Enjoy the onboard amenities as the Voyager makes her way toward Havana. Cuba’s capital, Havana is the largest city in the Caribbean. Rich in colonial history and celebrated culture, it is no wonder that figures such as Ernest Hemingway put down roots.  

Onboard the Voyager the Cruise Director and local guide will conduct informative programs and lectures about Cuba and its people, explaining the meaningful exchanges that will be taking place during the people to people program.

Meals | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6

After breakfast onboard, we’ll disembark for a walking exploration of Old Havana. Old Havana is considered one of the most impressive historical city centers in the Caribbean and in the Americas. We will stop at Fusterlandia, studio of artist Jose Rodriguez Fuster, who was inspired by Gaudi in Barcelona and Brancusi in Rome but most of all by Picasso and Dubuffet. His brightly colored mermaids, roofs, walls, benches, doorways and roosters stretch across houses and adorn the entire area.

Lunch will be at one of Cuba’s delicious paladares, followed by a stop at the Merger Art Studio to view some magnificent sculptures and beautiful paintings before we continue to the San Jose Arts and Crafts Market. Here, in an old 1885 warehouse near the pier, you will find wonderful gifts from carvings, shirts, art, music and more.

After a wonderful dinner ashore, it’s time to celebrate at the famous Tropicana nightclub show. We will overnight on the Voyager in Havana. 

Meals | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7

Disembark for a visit the University of Havana, followed by a visit to Finca Vigia, beloved home of Ernest Hemingway, where he lived for 21 years and wrote “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “The Old Man and the Sea.” Stop to enjoy a lunch at a paladar before continuing to a very unique nostalgic car garage to view just how the Cubans manage to creatively keep those old cars in such fine working condition.

Then it’s a short drive back to Havana for an exciting performance from the Havana Compass dance troupe. These gifted percussionists use drums, chairs, and anything they can find to beat out magnificent dance rhythms, weaving a colorful and exciting dance performance that you are sure to enjoy and long remember.

Back onboard the Voyager we will enjoy a very special farewell dinner.

Meals | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Havana / Miami
Day 8

After a final farewell breakfast onboard the Voyager we will disembark and travel to the airport for the return flight to the U.S.

Meals | Breakfast

Sailing direction and activities in this itinerary should be considered a sample only. Final itineraries are sent to guests one to two weeks prior to departure.

  • Eight days, seven nights aboard the luxury M/Y Voyager

  • Luxurious and intimate mega yacht experience with only 36 cabins

  • Exclusive guided people-to-people activities

  • Expert Cuban guide

  • Private Cuban driver

  • Experienced program manager

  • All meals while in Cuba

  • insightCuba travel guidebook

  • Evening entertainment and lectures while aboard the M/S Voyager

  • Certification of travel to Cuba under the U.S. Department of the Treasury general license

  • 24-hour emergency customer service hotline

  • All in-country ground transportation and airport transfers via luxury motor coach*

  • Fresh bottled water while touring

  • All entrance fees to scheduled activities and events

  • Travel health and emergency medical evacuation insurance**

  • Flight concierge service (flight cost additional)

  • Snorkeling gear onbard ship

  • Welcome and tour orientation

*Round trip transfers available for group flights only to ensure timely boarding on ship.

**Trip-cancellation coverage available for an additional fee through Allianz.

Not included: Airfare, Cuban visa, baggage fees, gratuities, and port taxes.

Cruise Cuba
DateCategory - PriceDirectionCuban Visa
 A - $6,490Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 B - $5,990Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
Mar 4 – Mar 11, 2017C - $5,590Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 OS - $8,990Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 P - $7,590Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 A - $6,490Cienfuegos - Havana$99  
 B - $5,990Cienfuegos - Havana$99  
Mar 11 – Mar 18, 2017C - $5,590Cienfuegos - Havana$99  
 OS - $8,990Cienfuegos - Havana$99  
 P - $7,590Cienfuegos - Havana$99  
 A - $6,490Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 B - $5,990Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
Mar 18 – Mar 25, 2017C - $5,590Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 OS - $8,990Havana - Cienfuegos$99  
 P - $7,590Havana - Cienfuegos$99  

Single Supplement Pricing: 

CategoryMay, Jun, OctJul, Aug, SepNov - Apr

Port Tax: Add $490.

Cruise Cuba

The ship operator requires that passengers arrive on a group charter flight to ensure a smooth arrival process.  Guests that book Cruise Cuba are automatically booked on a reserved charter flight departing early in the morning from Miami to Cuba. 

The cost of this charter flight is in addition to the tour fee and is listed on the website. You will be invoiced for both the tour fee and the charter flight. The flight cost includes, your Cuban visa, and Cuban airport departure tax. 

Please check the date of the cruise to determine arrival or departure cities. In all cases, you will need to arrange for domestic round trip airfare from your home airport to Miami. Depending on the direction of the ship, and where the cruise begins and ends the voyage, the flight will either be: 






We highly recommended flying into Miami one day before your departure date, and booking an overnight near the Miami International Airport, due to early check-in and flight times for the group charter flights. We also recommend booking your return flight from Miami to your home airport in the evening or at night to ensure that you can make your connection after arriving in Miami. 

Flight itineraries with actual flight times will be sent to guests via email approximately 30 days prior to departure.

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