Complimentary Cuba Pre-Cruise Packages From Pearl Seas

Pearl Mist

Pearl Seas Cruises has announced it is offering complimentary pre-cruise packages for new bookings on fall 2018 Cuba sailings from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The complimentary package includes a one-night premium hotel stay in Fort Lauderdale and transportation to the ship. Currently, the cruise line also has savings of up to $3,000 off per stateroom on select fall 2018 sailings and is waiving port charges and fees. The 11-night Cuba Cultural Voyages are scheduled November through December 2018, with additional sailings in 2019. All cruises are round-trip from Fort Lauderdale.

Pearl Seas Cruises said it is one of the only lines that circumnavigates Cuba and offers two days to enjoy historic Havana. The 11-night Cuba Cultural Voyage stops in Havana, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Casilda, El Cobre, and Santiago de CubaPearl Mist guests experience an all-inclusive cruise with onboard lecturers and experts, guided shore excursions, cuisine, cocktails every evening, and beer and wine served with lunch and dinner.

Pearl Mist’s 11-night Cuba Cultural Voyage follows a “people-to-people” cultural exchange program during which guests engage directly with the Cuban people at each port. Pearl Mist passengers have the opportunity to meet local musicians, historians, and artists; experience Havana in a classic American car; enjoy a pottery demonstration in Trinidad; and take a guided excursion in Cojimar, the fishing village that inspired Ernest Hemingway’s famous novel The Old Man and the Sea.

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