New Onboard Programming for Fathom’s Cuba Cruises

adoniaFathom has announced new onboard activities for travelers on the Adonia on the company’s Cuba cruises. In addition to the new programming, the line is also now offering travelers exclusive access to Cuban-made merchandise from a local design store, Clandestine, onboard the ship. 

Fathom’s onboard team of Experience Guides will offer travelers insight into topics ranging from local customs and currency to Cuban dance before they arrive at their destination. New onboard programming includes introductory seminars to the destinations of Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba, as well as deeper dives into pre-1950s Cuban history, Havana’s architectural heritage and Cuban coffee. 

Guests can also lead more about the music and art of Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba, and shop handcrafted products from Cuban entrepreneurs at Clandestine. Available items include clothing, toys, handbags, posters and other design products. The gift shop is the first store outside of Cuba to sell Clandestina products.


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