Priced from $2,109 per person, double occupancy, the seven-night cruise spends two days in Havana along with ports of call in Santiago de Cuba, Punta Frances and Cienfuegos.
Apple Vacations is using the recently renovated Celestyal Crystal for the program, which offers a variety of stateroom categories, including Inside, Ocean View and Junior Suite accommodations, a fitness room and an onboard medical center.
Passengers can enhance their sailing experience by upgrading to one of 53 balcony staterooms onboard the vessel (available for departures beginning April 14).
Pricing varies based on departure date and stateroom selection.
The cruise includes full breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, unlimited drinks and beverages, daily entertainment, escorted full- and half-day excursions as per the fully-guided "People to People" program, Cuban tourist visa, Cuban medical insurance (excluding pre-existing conditions), port charges and shipboard gratuities.
Air-inclusive packages and optional pre- or post-cruise hotel stays in Montego Bay may be purchased from Apple Vacations.