Pearl Seas Cruises Announces Itinerary and Webinar for Cuba Voyages

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Pearl Seas Cruises has announced its new cruise catalog and agent webinar for spring 2019.

The catalog includes updated information on the expanded schedule of spring 2019 dates for the ship’s 11-night Cuba Cultural Voyages: trips which will take guests to places such as Finca Vigia (the home of Ernest Hemingway), the Botanical Gardens in Cienfuegos and the art galleries of Trinidad.

The 15-minute-long agent webinars, Cruising Cuba in Spring with Pearl Seas Cruises, are designed to inform travel agents of the line’s itinerary. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at 3:00 EST. Taped versions will be available upon agent request once the showings are over, and they are planned monthly for the rest of 2018.

To register for the Cuba agent webinar, visit these links:

August 22, 2018 3:00 PM EST at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7983914960848911361

The cruise company says it’s one of the only lines that offers a circumnavigation of Cuba. They also claim it’s one of the first lines granted permission to sail that route. Currently, Pearl Seas has savings of up to $1,000 off on select new bookings for spring 2019 cruises, which sail from January to April 2019. The 210-passenger Pearl Mist operates the Cuba itineraries. The ship has private furnished balconies.

For more information, visit pearlseascruises.com.

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