Norwegian Sky, Norwegian Cruise Line’s first ship to sail to Cuba, made its inaugural call in Havana earlier this week. Norwegian Cruise Line executives were onboard to celebrate the voyage, including Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings President & CEO Frank Del Rio and Norwegian Cruise Line President & CEO Andy Stuart.
The call was the first of Norwegian Sky's weekly roundtrip cruises from Miami to Cuba. The ship will sail a total of 53 four-day voyages to Cuba, with 52 including an overnight stay in the capital city of Havana. Norwegian Sky will bring guests to the very heart of the city, offering them the opportunity to visit historical sites such as Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; view art and listen to the local music scene; and visit with Cuba’s residents through people-to-people exchanges.
The all-inclusive Norwegian Sky will also call on Great Stirrup Cay, Norwegian’s private island in the Bahamas, during its four-day cruises to Cuba. Great Stirrup Cay was recently enhanced to offer guests exciting new ways to enjoy the island with additional pathways, seating and shaded lounge areas, with additional amenities still to come, including a private luxury lagoon enclave for suite guests and guests of The Haven.
Refurbished in 2013, Norwegian Sky offers accommodations for 2,004 guests with 10 dining options, an onboard spa and casino. Guests sailing on Norwegian Sky can also enjoy unlimited complimentary beverages at one of 12 bars and lounges as part of the ship's all-inclusive program.
Book any four-day cruise from Miami to Cuba and get $50 for onboard spending on all staterooms on Norwegian Sky , plus reserve cruises with 50 percent reduced deposits.